[cc65] Re: Windows command line args

From: Spiro Trikaliotis <ml-cc651trikaliotis.net>
Date: 2005-03-31 17:56:16
Hello Uz,

* On Wed, Mar 30, 2005 at 09:14:37PM +0200 Ullrich von Bassewitz wrote:
> No, because you used cygwin and its shell.

Ok, good, I understand.

In fact, there is a difference now:

  C:\home\trikalio\o65test>\Programme\cc65\bin\ca65.exe *.a65
  ca65.exe: Don't know what to do with `1571.a65'

  C:\home\trikalio\o65test>\Programme\cc65-old\bin\ca65.exe *.a65
  Fatal error: Cannot open input file `*.a65': No such file or directory


Thus, the expansion of wildcards works now (no, I did not expect the
command-line to work at all).

> BTW: Did anyone test the installer? I have some feedback from Oliver,
> but he is opposed to installers in general, so this doesn't really
> count:-) It would be a pity if I had to remove the installer for the
> next release, because no one has tested it.

What exactly is the installer supposed to do? I just tested it on a
plain XP SP 2 in the following way:

- downloaded cc65-snapshot-win32- and unzipped it
  into a directory
- double-clicked on install.vbs; the installer installed the files into
- No PATHs were added, and no other environment variables were
- Anyway, Start/Programs/cc65 exists with 3 entries: cc65 Announcement,
  cc65 documentation (which does not work), and "remove cc65".
- removing using "remove cc65" seemed to work.

Anyway, I do not see any sense in this installation. What do I gain in
contrast to just unpacking everything in a directory?


Spiro R. Trikaliotis
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