NESASM3 - Reset code compiled to wrong location

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Re: NESASM3 - Reset code compiled to wrong location

Post by Banshaku » Wed Jan 16, 2019 5:30 pm

If your project is big, I would say ca65 is useful for segment management since you just need to define the name of the segment and the linker will put it a the right place in the rom. The only issue is to learn how it works at first but after that it's quite simple actually.

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Re: NESASM3 - Reset code compiled to wrong location

Post by Punch » Thu Jan 17, 2019 11:01 am

Pokun wrote:The bank statement was finally removed in a later Pceas fork, as it really isn't that useful and only gets in the way when you are assembling something that isn't the standard HuCard. Nesasm also has some forks, but I don't think any of them totally removed the bank limitation.
What fork is that?
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Re: NESASM3 - Reset code compiled to wrong location

Post by Pokun » Thu Jan 17, 2019 2:44 pm

I guess this (future-proofing: download link and source) must be the latest one. It has lots of improvements over the old PCEAS2 fork from various people. Just grab "pceas.exe" from the "bin" directory.

I can't find a list of changes but I know that he added "<", ">", and "^" as aliases for "LOW()", "HIGH()", and "BANK()" functions at some point. He also added a "-pad" option I think (pads ROM to the next power-of-2 size). Also the fix in PCEAS2 didn't work properly but should be fixed here.

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