C set seems incomplete

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Par Jin

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23-05-2018, 21:29

The question is... MSXclib and MSXAlib works on OpenMSX emulator?

Par Manuel

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23-05-2018, 22:02

What is the relation with the emulator?

Par Wolverine_nl

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23-05-2018, 22:38

OpenMSX works with 99,99% of all things, it emulates a MSX machine, so you can do practically everything you can on a real machine, plus you can speed up the compile time Wink

Par Jin

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23-05-2018, 23:33

Im gonna show what happens when i do all the compiling process with MSXAlib Big smile soon

Par Jin

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24-05-2018, 06:23

Well done! Now it works Big smile

Par Manuel

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24-05-2018, 07:24

Please tell us what the problem was and how you fixed it...

Par Jin

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24-05-2018, 07:41

Well, i had to open all the files one by one and save them as (documento de texto sem formatação)

in english could be, simple text document? (common text, without formatation?). eliminating all those annoying "^J" symbols...

So i was able to use .bat, .h and .c files properly.

I have generated .REL files succesfully. (msxalib.REL and msxclib.REL)

finally the last step was to edit the examples found on GITHUB that contains screen commands to add (TINY) before the number.

for example: screen(5) to screen((TINY)5)

only with that i could see examples like line.c and putspr.c working properly...

https://uploaddeimagens.com.br/images/001/433/254/full/Line_...

Par Jin

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24-05-2018, 07:49

3 days to realize... now, finally msxclib is working. Big smile

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h-AswlbTXmc&feature=youtu.be

Par MicroTech

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24-05-2018, 09:34

Seems to me an end of line terminator problem.
I found similar issues when moving a text file from unix/linux to Windows/MS/MSX-DOS world and viceversa: the first uses ^J (0x0A) while the latter ^M^J (0x0D 0x0A ).
Here a more detailed explaination.

Par Wolverine_nl

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24-05-2018, 10:54

whats text-editor are you using to program? on MSX akid or on PC with a Notepad++ or similar?
I use Programmers Notepad myself. And sometimes an IDE.

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