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Old 27 January 2011, 15:17   #1
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Need help compiling RNC MC68000 source

There are four different files which seem to give different results upon an assembling attempt through ASM-One (v1.20)...

RNC_1.S = produces the following error:
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Pass 1..
** Illegal Operator
   45   ELSEIF
RNC_1C.S = appears to assemble okay.


RNC_2.S = produces the following error:
Code:
Pass 1..
** Illegal Operator
   233  getrawREP
RNC_2C.S = appears to assemble okay.


So at least two of them can survive an assembling without choking out an error, but how best to compile them? It expects me to give a BEG and END address. Bear in mind I only recently used ASM-One for the Stack Up one-file tutorial, and that source had clear headers to go by ('start' and 'theend'). Here though, I've got nothing in comparison.

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Old 27 January 2011, 16:30   #2
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RNC_1.S = produces the following error:
Code:
Pass 1..
** Illegal Operator
   45   ELSEIF
Change the ELSEIF to ELSE to fix this error.

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RNC_2.S = produces the following error:
Code:
Pass 1..
** Illegal Operator
   233  getrawREP
This is a macro IIRC which also has an "ELSEIF" statement, change it to ELSE, if you get another error (if memory serves me right, there are several macros used), change all ELSEIF's to ELSE.
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Thanks for that. Now........ how best to compile this? At least I *think* they're supposed to be written as binaries. I need a beginning and end field somehow.
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how best to compile this?
Compiling will be impossible. You can assemble these sources however!

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At least I *think* they're supposed to be written as binaries. I need a beginning and end field somehow.
May I ask what you actually want to do? (Well, I have a "slight" feeling I know it already) To write a binary, just add a label at the beginning of the source and one at the end (e.g. RNC_START; RNC_END). Then assemble the source and use Asm-One's "wb" command (w.rite b.inary), ASM-One will ask for "BEG" and "END", just use the labels you just created here, i.e. BEG = RNC_START, END = RNC_END.
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Compiling will be impossible. You can assemble these sources however!
Ooooh you know what I meant.

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May I ask what you actually want to do? (Well, I have a "slight" feeling I know it already) To write a binary, just add a label at the beginning of the source and one at the end (e.g. RNC_START; RNC_END). Then assemble the source and use Asm-One's "wb" command (w.rite b.inary), ASM-One will ask for "BEG" and "END", just use the labels you just created here, i.e. BEG = RNC_START, END = RNC_END.
Should I put RNC_START at, say, line 90 of RNC_1.S and RNC_END below the little arrow at the very end of the file?
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You still able to suggest anything in regards to labels? Thank you.
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