« BYTE "PIOU!"+128 »
« BYTE "GLOIRE !" OR &80 »
In some cases, it could be convenient to apply the operator to each bytes. Possible?
Not yet! I'm not sure which syntax to choose.
In my opinion, the most obvious choice would be BYTE ("PIOU!")+128. Another possibility could be that BYTE "PIOU!"+128 adds 128 to each byte, and BYTE "PIOU","!"+128 only to the last one.
But you maybe have better syntax in mind :)
I like the second option, but I'd rather introduce some more powerful mechanisms.
If invoked on a string, applied on each byte separately.
FUN translate x
If x >= &20
return x - &1f
elif x = 0
!! error unexpected value < &20
Ability to invoke a RSX (or a 'plugin'?) to process all or part of the code.
Needed anyway for automatic compression.
That should be it. Official version next week should be identical but including updated doc on disk.
For the next features I need to change some of the infrastructure. So don't expect anything new for some time. Thanks all.
RC5 is the real deal.
Todo before official release:
* Waiting for Hicks confirmation.
* Improving user guides online (I won't do that).
* Converting online guides to CPC files.
Basically, or assemblerally, that's the exact RC5 version + guides on the disquette.
Hardcore users may wait a few days for Erratic Endeavour Beta 1.
Hardcore users may want to check Erratic Endeavour Beta 2
I have to pause. So, as Wilhelm Reich used to say in Shanghai, « Be the change you wanna see in Orgams. »
In the other hand, don't forget to vote for your favorite features-to-be.
To whom it may concern, I've split the 'mon' source into four:
* monhelp: helpers routines (e.g. trans-ROM calls)
* monui: display-related routines.
* mon: monogams command themselves.
* trui: Trace UI.
It's never been easier to participate and add your own stuff.
New editor shortcut: CONTROL-%. Pretty handy if you ask me.
Ast has detected a bug (#E8, cannot BRK/ disassemble anymore) on EE beta (2 and 4).
Has everyone else tried this beta? Do you encounter this bug?
Due to bug #E8 and #EB, I do not recommend using EE beta 4.
The whole team is working diligently to propose a stable beta.