+karri Posted January 5, 2017 Share Posted January 5, 2017 (edited) I tried to collect the tools into one place at bitbucket.org/atarilynx. There is a repository lynx/tools/bll = the BLL repository. You need to add an environment variable BLL_ROOT to point to the right place. lynx/tools/cc65 = the C compiler/linker lynx/tools/lynxer = the tool for creating carts when using BLL or newcc65 lynx/tools/lyxass = the old assembler used with the BLL kit lynx/tools/newcc65 = the very old C-compiler that wastes space and has bugs If you want to set up everything for Ubuntu or Raspbian there is a simple way to do it. cd lynx/tools sudo make -f Makefile.deb It will compile all tools and install them into proper places. Actually this script generates installation packages that could be exported and later be installed by the standard installers. But the creation of the packages happen to leave the stuff installed. So as a side effect running the package creation script will also install everything. What we still need to do is to make a simple installation script for other popular OS like Windows. In addition to that there is user contributions in lynx/contrib lynx/contrib/multicart = contains code for using the SD multicart by SainT lynx/contrib/ottelo = an Othello clone written in BLL that fits into 1024 bytes there is also a version that is a few bytes larger that plays an old Finnish kantele tune in the background. My daughter was practicing on this tune when I wrote Ottelo for a 1k competition years ago. The tune is written using abcmusic. I also hope to add lynx-snd.s there. It contains the Chipper run-time code. Edited January 5, 2017 by karri Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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