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CE Development Environment

Started by ACagliano, August 09, 2016, 11:50:12 PM

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ACagliano

As someone starting to transition from normal 83+/84+ assembly development to 84+ CE development, I am curious what software you guys who develop for the CE use to assemble and link programs for the 84+ CE. Thanks in advance.
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DJ Omnimaga

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Wouldn't SPASM-ng work? https://github.com/alberthdev/spasm-ng It seems like it includes CE includes files and I'm sure it's not monochrome-only anymore. Otherwise I don't know of any other non-C alternative. That's unless you didn't mean ASM in particular, in which case TI-Planet CE C project builder would be a good solution.
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ACagliano

I downloaded spasm-ng and set up the directory structure as instructed on ez80 heaven. Now I'm trying to make a build script. Does spasm have a default directory it looks in for source files and includes, or can you specify your own?
  • Calculators owned: TI-84+ CE

Unicorn

I'm not sure, but you could look at someone else's project, like ICE by PT_, that has a build.bat

(I'm also a complete novice at ASM-type programming, so maybe I'm wrong) :P
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ACagliano

Quote from: Unicorn on August 20, 2016, 06:47:19 PM
I'm not sure, but you could look at someone else's project, like ICE by PT_, that has a build.bat

(I'm also a complete novice at ASM-type programming, so maybe I'm wrong) :P
I'll check it out, but keep in mind, im on a *nix system, not Windows. So scripting isnt the same.

Last question, any recommendations for a good C tutorial?
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