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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.

DJ Omnimaga

August 11, 2016, 08:21:38 am #1 Last Edit: August 11, 2016, 08:23:33 am by DJ Omnimaga
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.

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?

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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