[Coco] Fooling around with assembly in RS-DOS environment
ooogalapasooo at aol.com
Sat May 7 09:38:06 EDT 2016
The Vcc 201 should work the same in Phoenix IDE as older versions of Vcc. Nothing was changed in the cmd line structure (that I know of).
At the moment, there is a lull in the VCC development as the 2 programmers working on it have been busy, so until they can get back at it, it will remain as it is for now. We have a massive rewrite setting in the wings that will be the first step in moving to a multi platform build. That build is setting idle until it can be finished up. Hopefully, the programmer who is doing the conversion will be able to get back at it soon, but his job has cut his time from being able to work on it.
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Subject: Re: [Coco] Fooling around with assembly in RS-DOS environment
>>Does anyone have any pointers to documentation on how to use the program?>>At least initially, what I am most interested in is how to use it to>>write, run, and>>debug assembly language programs.>>I'm also curious if it is possible to get PhoenixIDE to use VCC 2.xinstead>>of the VCC 1.41 that ships with it.Have you pinged Roger Taylor, the author????---- Coco mailing listCoco at maltedmedia.comhttps://pairlist5.pair.net/mailman/listinfo/coco
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