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PostPosted: Thu Aug 02, 2007 9:11 pm 
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Devia: Actually I don't - only used TASS for six months or so before going crossdev with ca65, and thus I'm rather lowtech. But sure, <-6 seems nice. :-)


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BTW, there's no macro TASS version of TAR since I don't have the sources to the macro assembler. If anyone is interested in disassembling the original turbo macro assembler (preferably ca65 format), I could then make a macro version. I don't have the time to do the disassembly myself now, so feel free to speed up the process :D


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Looks really really nice and might take away some pain when developing on the real machine (most of all accidently corrupted source code by overwriting/crashing). However, things saved from the TASS included into RR look broken wenn loaded in this TASS and vice versa. Export source by <- w and import it with <- e again works though between both versions.
I'll do some more tests this evening, if it works together well with 64net stuff. Could be my favourite rom then, as i liked the AR itself.


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bitbreaker wrote:
However, things saved from the TASS included into RR look broken wenn loaded in this TASS and vice versa. Export source by <- w and import it with <- e again works though between both versions.

readme.txt wrote:
Savefiles are not compatible with ordinary TASS. You need to use the write and enter commands in order to import old sources. I was planning to fix this but since I don't have that much time in the near future I thought it's better to release this version as soon as possible.


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Taking care of Readmes is for beginners :-)


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