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20 minutes ago, retroclouds said:

 

Please create a new topic for this. This sticky thread is dedicated to TI-99/4a development resources in general. Thanks.

Ok, sorry.

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Maybe is interesting, i think the Macro Assembler AS is a great tool.

I compiled the source for win and mac without trouble. 

The assembler support a huge set of cpu, also the tms.

I compiled and linked for the Tomy Tutor without a problem.

 

john.ccac.rwth-aachen.de:8000/as/

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On 5/26/2019 at 11:34 PM, artrag said:

This is a graphic tool specific for V9938

 

https://github.com/bferguson3/msx2tools

 

It supports tile modes, bitmap modes and multicolor sprites

I downloaded it but I have no idea how to run it... can I run it on my Imac or Win10 computers?

The example pictures look promising I must say.

 

Edit. I solved it, I found the exe files for win10. 👍

Edited by Nick99
Github is not my favourite site...

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Minor change to the XB Notepad++ user-defined language file.  The problem of GOSUB being interpreted as the head of a folding SUB/SUBEND section, I made a quick peruse of the Npp manual and moved SUB and SUBEND to the "folding in code style 2" which requires separators around the keywords.

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Not sure whether I posted this before, but here is R. A. Green’s GPL Manual (for his GPL Assembler) that I edited to make it easier to use (at least for me):

 

RAG_GPL_Manual.pdf

 

...lee

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