I updated my Code::blocks (a powerfull open source development environment) template, which allows you to compile the “Hello world!” example of Norecess’ SDCC tutorial. The main changes are the update of SDCC2Pasmo and ManageDSK to the latest version. I also added an example file ‘defines.h’ which shows how to create multi-line assembler defines. I also defined the BREAKPOINT keyword, which you can add in your source code. WinApe will automatically start its debugger if it has to execute this byte sequence. You can download it from Norecess’ website and at the end of this post.
- added SDCC2Pasmo v1.5
- added ManageDSK v0.20
- added defines.h to show definition of multi-line assembler definitions
- added example BREAKPOINT (for WinApe breakpoints) and MODE definitions
This is an example project for the Code::Blocks IDE to create Amstrad CPC applications with the SDCC compiler. It create a simple "Hello world!" application in Mode 0.
|Date:||September 4, 2011|