[Coco] CASM V3.0 Now Available

Roger Taylor rtaylor at bayou.com
Thu Apr 8 19:47:46 EDT 2004

Chet, I am eagerly looking forward to seeing or hearing anything about your 
Project-X game for the CoCo 3.

I also added support for your CASM cross-assembler to Portal-9 but haven't 
tested it yet.  I just downloaded your assembler and will be testing some 
tonight.  Boisy's in-the-works cross-assembler has also been added.  You 
can have a project that has mixed source code formats and tag each file to 
be assembled by whatever assembler you want out of the three that are 
hard-coded into the IDE.  It's as simple as choosing the assembler from the 
drop-down listbox.

At 10:02 AM 4/8/2004 +0000, you wrote:

>I posted the 3.0 alpha of CASM after making several additional changes.
>As it stands now CASM pass the current set of regression test comprised
>of a single 150k source file. All source files should compile just fine
>with the exception of those using the CCASM namespace and union
>Since several sections of code have changed between 2.5 and 3.0 several
>internal assembler errors have been added as special asserts. This will
>cause the assembler to dump an error, line number, filename, and the
>expression that failed and will then exit. If you encounter any of these
>please let me know and provide the offending source so I can get it
>If you downloaded 2.5 you will noticed that the source files have been
>split up considerably and are now more logically seprated. Several
>additions have been made in the way of typedefs and enums. This is in
>preparation for running it through LINT and to provide better
>typechecking on more robust compilers. I'm looking to a way to minimize
>the amount of work it might take to get this compiling on the CoCo. I
>had 2.5 running on Level II at one point so I know it's possible.
>You can get it on the download pages at http://www.oarizo.com
>Questions, comments, general discussions can be posted to the group or to
>me directly via email. Keep in mind that I'm usually WAY behind on my
>emails and I have a built in FIFO buffer in my email client so it might
>take a while for me to reply.
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Roger Taylor

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