Mar 032012
 

Mochilote wrote some tutorials on how to write applications for the Amstrad CPC. In his tutorials he uses different technologies, e.g. he explains how to use the Z88dk C compiler, the SDCC C compiler or the Pasmo Z80 assembler. All tutorials are available in english and in spanish. In the new section of his homepage you currently find the following tutorials:

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
May 282011
 

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.

Changes:

  • bugfixes for IX/IY register handling
Jan 132011
 

After his tutorials on how to use SDCC with the Amstrad CPC, Norecess released a 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.

[UPDATE]
Version v1.1 was released and fixes bugs with IX/IY registers and adds _multiply and _abs at the end of the source.

[UPDATE]
Version v1.2 fixes another minor issues with IX/IY registers, adds better support for #< and #> and adds only needed C lib code to the end of the file.