Re: [cc65] suppress output after .error/.end

From: thefox xofeht <>
Date: 2011-01-10 05:07:32
On Sun, Jan 9, 2011 at 9:12 PM, Ullrich von Bassewitz <> wrote:
> Yep, and that's why I've added .fatal as a new pseudo op. Syntax and usage is
> the same as .error, but assembly is terminated after the command was
> encountered.

Cool, that works for me, and logic is definitely there. Unrelated to
the whole .warning/.error/.fatal ordeal however I must say I find it
unintuitive that using .end in an .if block produces an error (despite
being harmless). Maybe I'm using it for the wrong purpose? So out of
curiosity: what kind of use cases are there for .end?

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