ON BREAK NEXT causes the compiled program to hang. How do you disable BREAK?
I guess this is not an issue running as an EA5, only when running with the XB loader.
ON BREAK NEXT does not compile to a meaningful instruction. The next release will give two different ways of running from XB; one with the current ability to BREAK and CON and the other to run as it does in EA5 with no BREAK possible.
Meanwhile, If it bugs you enough this should work (I haven't tested this!):
The first line of the compiled code should be this:
Change the RUN to RUNEA and save
Assemble, load and save the program as XB.
Change the XB loader to CALL LINK("RUNEA") and save
(edit) Another way that might work (again, not tested!):
Include CALL LOAD(-31931,64) which should do the same as ON BREAK NEXT
(edit again) I pictured the CALL LOAD being within the program and compiled, but it would work equally well running in BASIC in the one line loader program right after CALL INIT
Edited by senior_falcon, Today, 8:19 AM.