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Editing RSC files outside of your Atari

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The only ways I know how to edit GEM resource files (*.RSC) are with programs that run on your Atari machine (or in an emulator, of course).

But, is there any modern software out there which would let me edit them outside of the Atari environment? Combined with m68k-atari-mint-gcc, I'm hoping to be able to cross-compile an entire project and iterate upon the resource file entirely from, say, my Mac.

 

Edit: I should specify I'm looking specifically for a graphical app.

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Very unlikely that any of RSC editors for Atari were converted for some other platform.

Of course, you can edit, build RSC structure with Hex editor, for instance 🙂

Just use emulator - and it will work faster than with real Ataris .

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18 hours ago, dressupgeekout said:

The only ways I know how to edit GEM resource files (*.RSC) are with programs that run on your Atari machine (or in an emulator, of course).

But, is there any modern software out there which would let me edit them outside of the Atari environment? Combined with m68k-atari-mint-gcc, I'm hoping to be able to cross-compile an entire project and iterate upon the resource file entirely from, say, my Mac.

 

Edit: I should specify I'm looking specifically for a graphical app.

Of course there is one: ORCS.

 

Download it at Homepage Thorsten Otto - Downloads (tho-otto.de)

However there is no Mac version, only native TOS and Win32/64.

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4 hours ago, Atariforce said:

Of course there is one: ORCS.

 

Download it at Homepage Thorsten Otto - Downloads (tho-otto.de)

However there is no Mac version, only native TOS and Win32/64.

Huh, fascinating. I gave it a quick spin on my Windows computer, it seems to work. Didn't do anything too interesting with it just yet. I do wish it was available for Unix-like systems, though.

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