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Started by spyffe, July 26, 2020, 05:14:29 pm
Quote from: neko68k on July 27, 2020, 05:55:56 pmyou're gonna have a bad time finding software. the vector archive has been gone for so long even internet archive doesn't have it.
Quote from: spyffe on July 29, 2020, 01:59:26 pmQuote from: neko68k on July 27, 2020, 05:55:56 pmyou're gonna have a bad time finding software. the vector archive has been gone for so long even internet archive doesn't have it.Hi Neko68k! Thanks for your reply, I really appreciate pointers from the more long-standing forumers, since I'm just getting started.I haven't yet had a chance to play with Ko-Window more, but I did find two interesting URLs.https://www.vector.co.jp/vpack/filearea/x68/http://most.bigmoney.biz/g0org/x68tools/I don't know how extensive the original Vector archive you were talking about was, but both of these have enough freeware to get me started. (The Vector link has GCC, and "Bigmoney" has a very fat kowin folder.)
Quote from: megatron-uk on August 01, 2020, 06:29:18 pmThe only time I used vi or vim and it didn't recognise cursor keys was when accessing a Unix box over a dedicated serial terminal which didn't have an appropriate termcap entry. Yes, very annoying!
has.x -e -w -u -i hello.s -o hello.o
path a:\;a:\sys;a:\bin;a:\etc;a:\xc;a:\xc\cc;a:\xc\bin;a;\win;a:\soft\gcc142;a:\soft\has309set include=A:\XC\INCLUDEset lib=A:\XC\LIBset GCC_LIB=.l
set include=A:\XC\INCLUDEset lib=A:\XC\LIBset GCC_AS=a:\soft\has309\has.xset GCC_LINK=a:\soft\hlk301\hlk301.xset GCC_LIB=.lset GCC_OPTION=LFIOAMset HAS=-u -wset SILK=-x -l