I have DASM set up on my Mac enough to complain at me.
I have dasm in the "bin" folder. Simply stating "dasm" just brings up a unrecognized file.
"open dasm" brings up the list of commands and works, till I try to do a command string, then it just breaks.
So I have dasm and the source.asm in the same "bin" directory. I drag dasm into terminal, then I drag the assembly code into terminal, then I type what I believe you should type after that -f3 (format 2600 I presume) then -name.bin for a output binary.
And I get this. Can someone help me on what is happening or needs to happen?
Doctors-Air:bin doctorclu$ /Applications/Atari/DASM/bin/dasm /Applications/Atar
i/DASM/bin/JOUST5JU.asm -f3 -joust.bin
DASM 2.20.11 20140304
Copyright © 1988-2008 by various authors (see file AUTHORS).
License GPLv2+: GNU GPL version 2 or later (see file COPYING).
DASM is free software: you are free to change and redistribute it.
There is ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law.
Usage: dasm sourcefile [options]
-f# output format 1-3 (default 1)
-oname output file name (else a.out)
-lname list file name (else none generated)
-Lname list file, containing all passes
-sname symbol dump file name (else none generated)
-v# verboseness 0-4 (default 0)
-d debug mode (for developers)
-Dsymbol define symbol, set to 0
-Dsymbol=expression define symbol, set to expression
-Msymbol=expression define symbol using EQM (same as -D)
-Idir search directory for INCLUDE and INCBIN
-p# maximum number of passes
-P# maximum number of passes, with fewer checks
-T# symbol table sorting (default 0 = alphabetical, 1 = address/value)
-E# error format (default 0 = MS, 1 = Dillon, 2 = GNU)
Report bugs to firstname.lastname@example.org please!
Fatal assembly error: Check command-line format.
Edited by doctorclu, Sun Feb 19, 2017 2:48 AM.