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By ro

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19-07-2004, 11:06

good to see the l80 command trick worked for ya!
Still having 18 plus files for a project might be a bit overdun, don't ya think?

check google for "msx wbass2" and end up at the programmer's homepage to download the whole darn thing.

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@ Aurora (borealis??);
No, you should read a bit better (okay, i was hinting instead of actually telling).. i DO program in split files, and yeah I write BIG projects.. not your hantsypantsy little programs (know your history, check www.thefuzz.nl) Wbass is not great in handeling big sources, so spliting up is the only option (actually it's better that way!! it pushes the programmer to do module asm!)

Linking files DOES take more time than actually ASM the source and immediatly testing it (and that's the real strength of Wbass2) I do NOT use rel.linking (although wb2 does support that, to answer your question Microtech) Each and every module (file) stands alone and the command entries (e.g. jumpers at the start of the module or a command driven function-table).. .still sometimes I wish WB2 had a bit more source space to work in (only about 18k).

Well, we're not here to discuss which assembler is beter etc (hey, wasn't that a MRC poll just recently?!?!)

Well, Micro hope you succeed on your "little" (only 18 source files?!?) project.
cheers.ro

By ro

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19-07-2004, 11:07

wbass2 is basicly an assembler.. No C support there (iirc)

true. It's all ASM here (assembler, dis-assembler, monitor and text editor)

By anonymous

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19-07-2004, 11:18

No, you should read a bit better (okay, i was hinting instead of actually telling).. i DO program in split files, and yeah I write BIG projects..

Erh... even when re-reading your first post, I can't even find a *hint* in that direction.
Must be my bad Smile

Each and every module (file) stands alone and the command entries (e.g. jumpers at the start of the module or a command driven function-table)..

That's an option, too. Still, I just like the idea of compiling several C and ASM files into OBJ files and then linking them together to 1 executable. Matter of personal preference, I guess.

By ro

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19-07-2004, 11:28

true, we all have our prefs. oh well, I've been told so many times before I suck just b'cuz I still use (an enhanched version) of WBass2. Sad

and indeed, my hint was not that obvious. but ok. nevermind.

By IC

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19-07-2004, 11:34

here it is once more ro: you suck Wink

By ro

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19-07-2004, 11:45

don't tempt me IC, I'm just one click away to push that "moderator alert" thingy! LOL. Yeah, well good thing I suck, makes you look good. doonnit?

By IC

Hero (557)

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19-07-2004, 12:13

Haha! there's hope for me afterall Wink

By MicroTech

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19-07-2004, 16:58

Well, Micro hope you succeed on your "little" (only 18 source files?!?) project.

Thanks ro, if you wish I can send you an example by mail (I've no file-hosting).
but I can't find an e-mail address to send you

P.S.: if MRC could host the file for me, it would be an honour for me to share my project with the MSX community Smile

By snout

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19-07-2004, 18:51

MicroTech: Of course we can! Just send it in to downloads@msx.org and we'll do the rest! :)

By ro

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19-07-2004, 19:59

and there ya go, we're awaiting on your upload mt. (little hint maybe?)

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