Out of date tools?

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AlterAnubis
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Re: Out of date tools?

Post by AlterAnubis » Fri Mar 31, 2017 12:54 pm

FrankenGraphics wrote:the first paragraph is for using asm6. Place it in your folder containing asm6 and your asm file. Run it from there.

the rest is for error handling specific to ca65 (and not a complete batch file for baking a program with ca65). They shouldn't be written together.
Thank you I got it fixed and it worked. Same with putting code into the .asm file that acctually works

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Re: Out of date tools?

Post by FrankenGraphics » Fri Mar 31, 2017 1:26 pm

Cool, congratulations! That's all there is to setting up asm6.


in cc65/ca65, should you wish to switch, it's a little more complicated. Code is expected to be organized in a number of so called object files (pieces of code or data, could for example be organized in banks or smaller chunks), which another program called a linker (in this case ld65) will stitch together into one cohesive binary. the cc65 suite gives you more control over how the code is written and assembled, but at the price of a fiddlier setup.
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