Source code of Atari ST intro "Oh No! More Dots" available

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Source code of Atari ST intro "Oh No! More Dots" available

Postby Strider » Fri Jun 08, 2018 7:32 pm

Hi there,

The source code of the "Oh No! More Dots" intro released at Very Important Party 2018 by MJJ Prod is now online.
It includes the dot routine by Gloky - good luck to understand his code :mrgreen:
So, in case you're interested, you can grab it here: https://github.com/stephane-perez/atari/tree/master/moredots
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Re: Source code of Atari ST intro "Oh No! More Dots" available

Postby Mug UK » Sat Jun 09, 2018 8:18 am

Nice one :)

I also like the other code in the repo and the "load and depack" routine sounds useful.
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Re: Source code of Atari ST intro "Oh No! More Dots" available

Postby BoNuS » Sat Jun 09, 2018 8:23 am

Is there a easy way to download the whole package at once ?
http://bonus.home.xs4all.nl/
2 x Falcon 030 - a mint Atari TT - Mega STE - 2x STE - 1x Mega 2 - 2x STFM - 1 x STF - 3x SC1224 - 2x SM124 - 1x SM125 2x Portofolio+interface
- 3x 1435 monitor - 1 x Ult.Ripper cardridge - Mega 1,2,and 4 ( just to much Atari stuff)

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Re: Source code of Atari ST intro "Oh No! More Dots" available

Postby ThorstenOtto » Sat Jun 09, 2018 10:18 am

BoNuS wrote:Is there a easy way to download the whole package at once ?


Just navigate to the top level directory (https://github.com/stephane-perez/atari) and click on the clone or download link. There you can download the whole repo as zip file. Or just clone it using git, if you have installed it.

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Re: Source code of Atari ST intro "Oh No! More Dots" available

Postby BoNuS » Sat Jun 09, 2018 10:41 am

ThorstenOtto wrote:
BoNuS wrote:Is there a easy way to download the whole package at once ?


Just navigate to the top level directory (https://github.com/stephane-perez/atari) and click on the clone or download link. There you can download the whole repo as zip file. Or just clone it using git, if you have installed it.


Aha, didn't see that. Thanks !! :D
http://bonus.home.xs4all.nl/
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- 3x 1435 monitor - 1 x Ult.Ripper cardridge - Mega 1,2,and 4 ( just to much Atari stuff)

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Re: Source code of Atari ST intro "Oh No! More Dots" available

Postby Strider » Tue Jun 12, 2018 6:52 pm

Mug UK wrote:Nice one :)

I also like the other code in the repo and the "load and depack" routine sounds useful.


Thanks!

The 68K for the multi-depacker was coded by STGhost and I don't know if it was spread at the time. I used it very often. Too bad the comments are in French but the code is understandable... well I presume so :wink:
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