Started by litwr, 20:48, 21 May 20
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Quote from: mr.freeze on 20:06, 29 May 20Thanks. But It's been a long time since I gave up Windows.
Quote from: mr.freeze on 19:05, 31 May 20Thanks, I eventualy managed to load the image onto I: with the JS emulator.But it always gives me a "oshibka sintaksisa" whatever I type. I typed "I:", "DIR", "EP", "EP.COM".But I'm not even frustrated as I've learned some cyrillic letters and two russian words using a transliteration table and a dictionary.Now, I'm wondering what would be the hardest for me. Learn some Russian or installing Windows to use the Windows emulator
Quote from: mr.freeze on 16:39, 09 June 20It supports separate compilation! Units are saved as .epi files and use the same syntax as TP4 (unit/interface/implementation/uses).However, when I try to compile the unit to disk, it gives me an error 24: out of memory. The test unit is small and there is enough space left on the disk. It works when I compile it to memory but it is quite useless then.The next step is to extract the documentation files and send that to Deepl for translation. The encoding is KOI8-R apparently.Edit: The section 9.2 (Moduli) in EP9.TXT is about units I think.
Quote from: mr.freeze on 16:28, 11 June 20Ah yes .EPU, not .EPI. I'm losing my Latin.I managed to compile successfully a unit with empty interface, implementation and main sections and to compile a program using this unit.But if I add a procedure or a constant, it gives a memory full error or it seems to loop indefinitely. I've experienced that on the JS emulator and the Linux one with the 1.1 and 2.0 ROMs.
Quote from: mr.freeze on 19:51, 11 June 20Could you reveal your source?
Quote from: mr.freeze on 20:39, 11 June 20I see. What's the 5th point?
Quote from: mr.freeze on 18:56, 16 June 20I find the 5th point annoying, especially when units doesn't work. Nevertheless, it's still a very interesting compiler and it lets me learn at least 12 russian words!I took a closer look to the emulator, the version for Linux. It has a 8080 debugger and even a tool to cheat at games!EP.COM takes 37890 bytes and EP2.COM 45312 whereas TURBO.COM of TP3 takes 39671 bytes and is less capable. What's the difference between EP and EP2? Each one are announcing a 2.0 15/03/91 version for CP/M 8080.I didn't yet manage to compile the tool to read the disk image with Free Pascal under Linux.
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