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Does this generate the ASM source? There was a similar tool by DWedit a few years ago but I think it only ran on Windows 98 or lower. There was also http://asmtools.omnimaga.org/ but it provides the ASM code in hexadecimal form. Hopefully your tool is useful to many coders
Hmm... So what did you need this for anyway?
No, I meant like a couple of days ago you wanted to know if there was a tool that could complete this job...
I am not sure, whether i should strip more of the header. Do TI-OS Asm programs have any extra Asm header in the data part?If so, i would need to look for that.
Quote from: DarkestEx on January 24, 2016, 06:38:17 pmI am not sure, whether i should strip more of the header. Do TI-OS Asm programs have any extra Asm header in the data part?If so, i would need to look for that.There's the 2 byte header at the beginning of the program, you need to strip that as well. It's a token that allows the OS to be recognized as an assembly program (it causes a syntax error when you run it normally and the os checks for it when you run it with asm().
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