- Oct 21, 2012
Χαράς Ευαγγέλια για τους coders! Μακάρι να ήμουν....
Από το επίσημο site...
CBM prg Studio Version 3.10.0 is released.
What Is It?
CBM prg Studio is a Windows IDE which allows you to type a BASIC or machine code program and convert it to a '.prg' file, which you can then run in an emulator or on real hardware. It also includes character, sprite and screen editors and a fully featured 6510/65816 debugger.
The following machines can be developed for:
What CBM prg Studio isn't is a front-end for tok64, cbmcnvrt, bastext or any other tokeniser/detokeniser/assembler. It's all been written completely from scratch.
- Commodore 64 (and SuperCPU)
- Commodore 128
- Commodore VIC 20
- Commodore 16
- Commodore Plus/4
- Commodore PET BASIC 2 machines, e.g. PET 2001
- Commodore PET BASIC 4 machines, e.g. PET 4000/9000
New features in v3.10.0:
- Increased sprite include limit to 256.
- ‘Memory overwrite’ error is now a warning.
- Use CTRL+[ and CTRL+] to go to previous/next label definition.
- Sprite Editor:
- Added new functionality to scratchpad.
- Functions can act over a range.
- Character Editor:
- Rotate character 90 degrees.
- Option to load last edited project automatically.
- Using space(s) with screen code builder.
- Wrong menu after creating a project.
- Occasionally throws an exception when closing and opening the project explorer, project information and output windows.
- ‘User’ palette settings not saved/used.
- ‘User’ tools menu not created properly.
- Generate and launch could use wrong filename.
- VIC 20 memory configuration not set properly in emulator.
- Tabs with different zoom levels would crash when changing tabs.
- Uppercase PETSCII chars not generated properly.
- IncBin wrongly reporting file too large.
- Floating point value 0.0 not generated correctly.
- Renumber not working for certain uppercase keywords.
- Character code multiplier limited to 255.
- Compress should ignore comment lines.
See the help for a complete list of new features and fixed bugs.
- SID Tool:
- Incorrectly reporting that the tool was still open when quitting CBM prg Studio.
Note In this version, each target machine can have its own default project directory. If you are upgrading from a previous version (before version 2.5.1) of CBM prg Studio you may be asked to set up your project directories again. Your current projects will not be affected.