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BippyM 17 March 2013 18:15

Notepad++
 
Guys,

Here is a notepad++ config for Amiga68k.

I have most of the hardware names in, and it picks up hardware register offsets ($dffxxx)

Made a start with library names, but there's literally about a dozen in. I'll add them as and when I use them!

Any suggestions or idea's for improving will be welcome.

You will need to setup your default view properly. I can attch this too if anyone wants it. Just say!

nb. I have setup Notepad++ because it is free and relatively easy to setup.

Vikke 17 March 2013 20:03

Quote:

Originally Posted by bippym (Post 875438)
Guys,

Here is a notepad++ config for Amiga68k.

I have most of the hardware names in, and it picks up hardware register offsets ($dffxxx)

Made a start with library names, but there's literally about a dozen in. I'll add them as and when I use them!

Any suggestions or idea's for improving will be welcome.

You will need to setup your default view properly. I can attch this too if anyone wants it. Just say!

nb. I have setup Notepad++ because it is free and relatively easy to setup.

Thank you for this one. I had to change some colors to match my likings.
The HTML export from Notepad++ is a lot better than from Sublime Text 2.

BippyM 17 March 2013 20:07

I keep making changes. CUSTOM added for the custombase address. This is just so I can use the names for the copper generation.

I have been studying your code quite a bit, and mine is looking similar. Although I am trying to avoid looking at your sources for my picture display

Vikke 17 March 2013 20:30

Quote:

Originally Posted by bippym (Post 875472)
I keep making changes. CUSTOM added for the custombase address. This is just so I can use the names for the copper generation.

I have been studying your code quite a bit, and mine is looking similar. Although I am trying to avoid looking at your sources for my picture display

It isn't surprising if your code will look similar. I will later on show how you can use the Blitter to copy data in chipmem, and also how to get the CPU to copy faster with unrolled loops.

BippyM 17 March 2013 20:32

I am planning on attempting the blitter myself once I have it running. Right now I have my head in the rkm to fidure it out for myself.

Vikke 17 March 2013 20:42

Quote:

Originally Posted by bippym (Post 875479)
I am planning on attempting the blitter myself once I have it running. Right now I have my head in the rkm to fidure it out for myself.

Good, the best way to learn is by doing it by yourself. That is how I learned to code on the Amiga some 25 years ago.
Just remember that if your graphicsdata is in Fastmem, then you can't copy it with the Blitter.

BippyM 17 March 2013 20:44

all gfx will be in chip, as will anything else required by the custom chips.

Currently I am attempting to work without having my gfx. I am at my mother-in-laws remote connected to my pc. Winuae doesn't like this too much!!

I'll be home later and will create a simple graphic to test and play with

Akira 17 March 2013 20:56

Thanks, I will implement all useful changes in my definition with the colours I like :)

BippyM 17 March 2013 20:59

Akira,

Do you have a screenshot of yours? I'm interested in how you set the colours etc so they are pleasing on the eyes without being 'too much'

Vikke 17 March 2013 21:25

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Here is how my Notepad++ setup looks like.

It is the Black Board theme and with Amiga68k-syntax, some colors (and all background-colors) changed.

EDIT: The code is from the next tutorial, perhaps some clues about what is coming :)

Akira 18 March 2013 12:25

Your looks pretty cool bippy, it's just that others i downloaded were eye cancer ;P But not yours!

Here's how mine looks like (without your changes):
http://eab.abime.net/attachment.php?...3&d=1363015127

BippyM 18 March 2013 12:30

Re: Notepad++
 
It's very colourful.

:)

ascp 05 May 2013 12:23

I must also say that the editor jEdit has good m68k-editorsyntax support out of the box. Not amiga-specific though.

phx 06 May 2013 12:09

Quote:

Originally Posted by Akira (Post 875640)
Here's how mine looks like (without your changes):
http://eab.abime.net/attachment.php?...3&d=1363015127

Hmm. Either this editor doesn't support TABs, or had been misconfigured, or the author doesn't like well-aligned source texts. :)

Thorham 28 August 2014 03:42

Here's FrexxEd:

http://s13.postimg.org/k10v2bx6v/frexxedshot.png


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