Started by ronaldo, 13:59, 11 May 15
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Quote from: ronaldo on 19:01, 31 July 15The only thing I've found on your code is that you have to use __at() both in definition and in declaration of the variables. However, I think SDCC may have already warned you about that .
Quote from: mr_lou on 19:22, 31 July 15I want a utility that runs on Linux that'll convert my SKS file into the hex data needed for CPCtelera.
Quote from: ronaldo on 19:47, 31 July 15Maybe we should ask @Targhan and hope for him having time for such a deal .
.equ PLY_UseFades , 0
.equ PLY_UseFades , 1
make cleanall && make
Quote from: ronaldo on 19:01, 31 July 15Wow, @mr_lou, you seem to be having a chat with yourself . Lucky you are finding the problems and solving them. Maybe you should consider uncrossing them and add some edits on your own findings to let them be useful for others having same problems .
Quote from: ronaldo on 12:24, 04 August 15Yes, that's normal. It's my fault not to warn you on the documentation.Fades are turned off by default on the version of Arkos Tracker included with CPCtelera. This is done to save some CPU cycles and memory, as Fades are used occassionaly.
Quote from: EgoTrip on 16:02, 08 August 15Cygwin can fuck off.
Quote from: ronaldo on 15:27, 06 August 15And here you are a video with a the new example included: smooth 1-pixel movement on mode 0 .
Quote from: ronaldo on 17:46, 08 August 15If any of the options is not good for you, you can use other alternatives to CPCtelera. We are lucky to have lot of great programmers and plenty of software (Pasmo, SDCC, CPCRSLib, Z88DK, CPC BASIC, etc). You only have to chose the one that works better for you .
Quote from: AMSDOS on 11:40, 09 August 15It looks impressive, though was wondering how you tackled the 1-pixel movement?
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