Is there anyone who develops on windows? Which emulator do you use to test the code? Do you use scripts?
qwe wrote:The problem was the file with extension TOS, now files with PRG extensions have autostart working properly.
qwe wrote:Just another question, which parameter do you use with VASM and VLINK?
vasmm68k_mot.exe -Ftos -no-opt -nosym -o mywork.prg mywork.s
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vasmm68k_mot.exe -DVASM_ATARI -nocase -maxerrors=20 -devpac -m68000 -no-opt -nosym -Ftos -o %~n1.TOS %1
Cyprian wrote:you can easily auto run also TOS programs. Just add "#Z 00 C:\YOUR_APP.TOS@" line to your DESKTOP.INF file.
leonard wrote:Filesystem is a good way to go.
But I personaly prefer my own toolchain, generating directly a bootable MSA disk. I already release it with sample. Just run a .BAT and you get the complete MSA disk file containing a demo, ready to use. I don't use vasm but "as68", a 68k assembler by the famous Ziggy Stardust!
When MSA is ready, I just run SainT emulator, press F11 ( reset ) and that's it! ( SainT has an insternal debugger ).
tool chain here:
qwe wrote:If the kernel can be usefull as a technique to reduce the amount of memory used by a program, where can we find its documentation?
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