Aug 262013
 

Norecess released a new and fully rewritten version of his HxC Floppy Emulator Manager. It contains a new user interface, better support for the HxC floppy emulator, some critical bug fixes and the possibility to exit to BASIC. If you already own a HxC floppy emulator, this tool is a must have for you. You can download it from Norecess homepage.

Changes:

  • completely rewritten using Phactory IDE
  • compiled against latest SDCC 3.X (was 2.X)
  • new user interface (thanks Ced!)
  • added better support of HxC device (detection, release..)
  • returns to BASIC instead of resetting the machine

HxCFloppyEmulatorManagerV3

Jun 092013
 

Condense released a new demo called Phortem. It contains very nice effects, very colourful pixel art (and a lot of them), trackmo style, great transitions and a music loader. They also detect if you use an Amstrad Plus and choose another colour palette for it. Watch it on real hardware – if possible. You can download it from Pouet.net (don’t forget to vote) and at the end of this posting.

Amstrad Plus version:

Phortem by Condense
Phortem by Condense
2013_phortem_(condense).zip
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Feb 262012
 

Norecess released an update to his nice utility which makes it possible to use the Pasmo assembler instead of the in SDCC included ASZ80 assembler. This allows you to use a more familiar (Maxam style) assembly syntax. You can download it from Norecess’ homepage. You can also find my SDCC example project for the Code:Blocks IDE and a small coding tutorial on his page, too.

Changes:

  • Bugfix for IX / IY register handling.
Feb 062012
 

Norecess released an update to his nice utility which makes it possible to use the Pasmo assembler instead of the in SDCC included ASZ80 assembler. This allows you to use a more familiar (Maxam style) assembly syntax. You can download it from Norecess’ homepage. You can also find my SDCC example project for the Code:Blocks IDE and a small coding tutorial on his page, too.

Changes:

  • source compatibility with ASM codes generated by SDCC v3.1.0
Dec 172011
 

Norecess, known for his demos and tools, released the source code of the Windows version of SDCC2Pasmo. SDCC2Pasmo is a small assembly syntax converter, which allows you to use Maxam style assembly syntax, which is compatible with the Pasmo, WinApe or Maxam assembler, in the SDCC ANSI C cross-compiler.

The command-line usage is: SDCC2Pasmo sdcc_output.asm pasmo_compatible.asm

You can now download the code from Norecess’ productions section on his website.

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