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Re: NESICIDE

Post by thefox » Wed Nov 14, 2012 12:38 pm

OK, now we can agree to disagree.
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Re: NESICIDE

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Re: NESICIDE

Post by FLAVIO » Thu Nov 15, 2012 2:59 pm

how do I create a simple game?

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Re: NESICIDE

Post by cpow » Thu Nov 15, 2012 3:09 pm

FLAVIO wrote:how do I create a simple game?
You can start with the NROM Hello World template. Select Project->New Project. In the Template combo box select "NROM Hello World", pick a path for where you want the project created, and click OK. That autopopulates a project for you with all that's necessary to get a simple project compiled that prints HELLO WORLD to the NES screen.

I'll be releasing version 1.031 within hours that should alleviate some of the pathing and tooling concerns brought up in this thread.

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Re: NESICIDE

Post by FLAVIO » Thu Nov 15, 2012 4:41 pm

nesicide 1 or 2 which I download?

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Re: NESICIDE

Post by tepples » Thu Nov 15, 2012 4:45 pm

Most Windows users will be downloading nesicide-win32.msi from the Google product page.

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Re: NESICIDE

Post by FLAVIO » Thu Nov 15, 2012 5:46 pm

ok

and now what do I do more?

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Re: NESICIDE

Post by FLAVIO » Thu Nov 15, 2012 5:50 pm

and now what do I do more?
to create a simple game?

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Re: NESICIDE

Post by tepples » Thu Nov 15, 2012 7:20 pm

Have you ever made a simple game for the PC or Mac before?

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Re: NESICIDE

Post by Jsolo » Tue Nov 20, 2012 9:21 am

Just a heads up, I'm still using NESICIDE, cpow!

So far there really has been only one thing that keeps bothering me.
Is there an option to sort the file listing in the project viewer by name?

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Re: NESICIDE

Post by cpow » Tue Nov 20, 2012 12:24 pm

Jsolo wrote:Just a heads up, I'm still using NESICIDE, cpow!

So far there really has been only one thing that keeps bothering me.
Is there an option to sort the file listing in the project viewer by name?
There isn't, but I'll add it to the list. Thanks for the heads up!

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Re: NESICIDE

Post by cpow » Tue Nov 20, 2012 8:57 pm

Version 1.031 (windows build only) is out.

ChangeLog:
1. Fixed portability issues. CC65, and GNU Make are added to the path automatically. Removed the obsoleted batch file.
2. Included CC65 libraries for C=64 and NES, and the CC65 default source that is used to build them. When stepping if your NESICIDE project hasn't yet been set up to find those source files you it'll ask you to point to them and it'll remember where they are.
3. Fixed bugs reported by Eugene.S:
nes-emulator.exe remembers ROM path most recently used.
open-with in Windows Explorer context menu now works as expected.
4. Added a NROM Hello World C-language template project to the New Project options. It's not the best example, but it seems to work. I'll take any comments or suggestions for improvement.
5. Fixed problem that made the register binary-view debuggers not editable.
6. Fixed problem causing the cursor position text to overwrite the other widgets [instead of being thrown down to the status bar] in the Cartridge CHR Memory inspector.

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Re: NESICIDE

Post by cpow » Wed Nov 21, 2012 12:50 am

I forgot I also:

ChangeLog:
1. Added support for soft versus hard emulator resets. Emulator now passes mapper 28 automated tests entirely.
2. Updated Code Editor to QScintilla 2.6.3 snapshot.

Problems:
There is an issue with the Scintilla editor regarding annotations and the vertical scrollbar. Mixed-mode C source files do not display proper scrollbar. If you're working on a C project it's recommended [for now] to turn off mixed-mode annotations. I upgraded to the latest QScintilla but this problem is still present.

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Re: NESICIDE

Post by Eugene.S » Wed Nov 21, 2012 9:44 am

White borders in fullscreen-mode also fixed.
But i have serious problems with 1.031:
http://youtu.be/27smzoCodRw

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Re: NESICIDE

Post by cpow » Wed Nov 21, 2012 10:32 am

Eugene.S wrote:White borders in fullscreen-mode also fixed.
But i have serious problems with 1.031:
http://youtu.be/27smzoCodRw
Sorry Eugene.S. I'm not understanding what the problem is. I tried Bucky O'Hare (E).nes and it seems to work. Unfortunately I'm not familiar with Bucky O'Hare so I can't tell if you're showing that the game locks up the emulator at some point [if so, which stage/point?], or if you're showing something else?

When I tried the game I had to sit through five minutes of dialogue. Did you enter a passcode to skip that? If so, what passcode?

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