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Post subject: Which assembler with Vampire? Posted: Wed 23 Nov 2016 11:51
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Hey!

I havent coded anything for decades, but figure Id try to make my old sources work as a start now that my V600+usb keyboard makes the desktop enviroment very userfriendly.

Out of curiousity, which assembler is the best to be used with Vampire?
I just tried to install Asm-One v1.48 downloaded from Aminet, but it hangs the system. The LimpidClock is still running, but everything else is frozen.

I downloaded DevPack 3.18 from EAB server, and it works fine.

Just curious to hear what setups you coding wizards use.


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Post subject: Re: Which assembler with Vampire? Posted: Wed 23 Nov 2016 13:17
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I personally use Devpac 3.18 which fits well my needs (and exigences). CPUMon is coded using it for example.

For your ASM One issue, mine works well. Maybe i have a more recent version than yours or maybe/probably it just opens in the PAL screen (?)

Do you have PAL monitor connected to the native Amiga RGB and then check with ASM One ? The LimpidClock still running indicates this at least.

We also use VASM which is the more up-to-date ASM compiler, and is also compatible with Devpac.


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Post subject: Re: Which assembler with Vampire? Posted: Wed 23 Nov 2016 13:25
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You are probarbly correct with regards to ASM One screen switch. I have enough screens in my homeoffice, so Im only using programs that will go thru the HDMI.
Makes sense when you mentioned it. I tried 900x600, and then it crashed. When I had PAL screens it probably went nonRTG, which is why I couldnt see it.
Pretty obvious when I think of if :oops:


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Post subject: Re: Which assembler with Vampire? Posted: Wed 23 Nov 2016 13:31
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But nevermind, ASM-One or Pro can open in RTG screens. There is a ScreenMode selector.

Devpac 3.50 was French only but 3.18 is international that's why i also use this one (aheem, well i'm french but i like keeping english language when speaking about coding).


And yes i also use 99% of my Vampire in RTG mode. But with MUI PSI tool it is possible to extend capacities of the system to push some apps on the other public screen (PAL or DblPAL for example). Is that useful ? i don't know, at least that's funny :)

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Post subject: Re: Which assembler with Vampire? Posted: Thu 24 Nov 2016 10:24
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I'd suggest to have a look at VASM. I personally use ASM-Pro on a regular basis for quick'n'dirty tests but that one is limited to standard 68k instructions.

Apollo-specific code can be generated with the next VASM. Phx made the necessary additons to VASM in order to support new Apollo instructions and AMMX. VASM-Apollo is currently in Beta but will be released at the latest when Gold2 goes public.

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VASM with AMMX extension support went public: http://sun.hasenbraten.de/vasm/index.php?view=source

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