ZX-IDE Tutorial for programming assembler and ZX BASIC

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bru65pag
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Re: ZX-IDE Tutorial for programming assembler and ZX BASIC

Post by bru65pag » Tue Apr 10, 2018 8:18 am

I found the reason. It's an extended ASCII code (F7 in my case) that creates the issue.

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Re: ZX-IDE Tutorial for programming assembler and ZX BASIC

Post by flodi » Mon Jan 14, 2019 3:25 pm

I'm new to ZX81 Assembly, new to ZX-IDE and I'm also trying to use it on Mac through Wine :mrgreen: That said, I have a problem. I load the ZX81 demo found in the package and I try to compile, but I get an error: https://d.pr/i/qhzl7l

Please help :oops:

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Andy Rea
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Re: ZX-IDE Tutorial for programming assembler and ZX BASIC

Post by Andy Rea » Mon Jan 14, 2019 8:06 pm

Should be

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6 x ZX81, 1 x TS1500 , 1 x +3e, 1 x timex 2040 printer, 1 x timex 2020 cassette deck, siclair printer and some spectrum

luke_nm
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Re: ZX-IDE Tutorial for programming assembler and ZX BASIC

Post by luke_nm » Wed Oct 23, 2019 8:41 am

Hi PokeMon,

I've had a play around with ZX-IDE in windows, and it works great! Thanks for developing such a useful tool!

I am interested in running FASMW-ZX on the Linux CLI, so I can compile from a script. I found an old copy of the sources on the FlatAsm board, but that seems to be an older version (2014) compared with the one posted here (08/2017), except the version posted here doesn't include the source.

I tried compiling the 2014 version for Linux (with a few fixes), but it Segfaults. I think that it is maybe because the FlatAsm version is too old. I was able to get the Windows CLI version compiled (also with a few fixes), and tested to work under Wine.

Is it possible for you to post the latest sources, and/or compile a CLI version - I'd prefer a Linux native CLI, but am happy to use Wine, I'm happy to try to get it to compile if you don't have time, although I don't know anything about x86 assembly.
Do you have a public source repository, eg. GitHub?
Do you mind if I post the source code to GitHub?

Thanks again for such a useful tool!

Cheers,
Luke.

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