Re: [cc65] Spring Commodore EXPO 2004 News

From: Ullrich von Bassewitz <>
Date: 2004-03-13 11:20:57

On Sat, Mar 13, 2004 at 08:09:25AM +1030, Todd Elliott wrote:
> Hate to disappoint C fans everywhere, but I used straight 6502 ASM under
> the cc65 programming suite for my geoPublish programming efforts.

So Adam Dunkels will win the "biggest 6502 application written in C" award for
Contiki again in 2004? :-)

> Basically, I'm patching geoPublish a bit, improving some code here and
> there. I would estimate that I have rewritten around 5Kb of 6502 code for
> geoPublish. At 99Kb, geoPublish has a lot of code, and the cc65 suite
> makes it more manageable. For example, I use DA65 to disassemble some
> individual VLIR records of geoPublish and by large, it does do a good job!
> The ca65 assembler is powerful and quick enough for me to add/modify
> certain code for geoPublish and to create new versions.

Thanks for the info.

> Thank you for your efforts in coding cc65! It can certainly cut down
> the development cycle of even huge GEOS projects, rendering them to be
> mere hobbyist programming pleasures. :)

Thanks! I have to admit that I have been a bit lazy the last few months. I
will try to do better.

> Now, if there was a GEOS splitter function, it'll be otherwise perfect. :)

Ahh, yes. I remember the discussion:-)



Ullrich von Bassewitz                        
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