[Coco] asm

Gene Heskett gheskett at shentel.net
Sun Feb 18 02:04:20 EST 2018

On Sunday 18 February 2018 00:12:30 Barry Nelson wrote:

> > phil pt
> > Sat Feb 17 23:05:11 EST 2018
> >
> > When trying to run asm is the proper commands ?
> >
> > asm filename 1 -o filename.asm #50k
> The command is:
> asm file.asm o=outputfileincmdsdir l #50k
> Where the l is optional to output a listing to standard output and
> #50k represents the amount of ram to use. The outputfileincmdsdir
> represents the name of the compiled binary in /dd/cmds.


And I usually use a -w132 for the output listing and redirect it to the 
drivewire printer in order to get as much or all of the comments in the 
printout as I can. A bash script picks it up and send it to a 19 PPM 
Brother B&W laser in landcsape mode, a $110 printer when I bought it new 
several years ago. And its still working like new. On at least its 4th 
toner refill, so its done at least 25 reams of paper.

Cheers, Gene Heskett
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