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Reloc-aid   [2009]

Reloc-aid Released by :

Release Date :
4 November 2009

Type :
C64 Tool

Hermit relocator

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Credits :
Code .... Hermit of Samar Productions, Singular

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User Comment
Submitted by Hermit on 5 November 2009

If you use new C64 with newer CIA-chip (6526A or 6526B), Reloc-aid will only work with a new (1 cycle longer) timing.
I uploaded the new version, that uses 9 value for oneshot timer ($dc04) instead of the previously used 8 cycles, which worked only in VICE (with default old-model settings) and on old C64 machines.

I tested it, and this new Reloc-aid version still seems to be staying compatible with the old C64 equipped with old CIA (6526).
User Comment
Submitted by Hermit on 4 November 2009
And suddenly (hopefully in time) I made a minor fix for Indirect-JMP addressing.
(Three people should download it again!...sorry, I was in hurry.)
User Comment
Submitted by Hermit on 4 November 2009
Now I uploaded the 'tool' which may be helpful not for only me, but for some of you too. I've written texts about it before in a topic at coder-forum..there you may read more than in the readme.txt.

Hermit Reloc-aid

If you have any question about usage, feel free to ask at hmtmade@gmail.com

If you experience bugs, you can notify me.
I must notify you that only the played subtune will be relocated, unless you listen to the others with new accuset+init while making mask (PASS1).. if you don't set it (byte $082d - 'clrtg') to clear the target area before listening a single subtune.
If you have success, I'll be glad that I could help.

BTW, consider using a cross-tool, if you would prefer that. Guys say in the topic, with reassemblers they can do the relocation easily.

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