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Old 06 December 2005, 19:30   #61
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I have found three (thousand is to much ) different sekas and one patched asmone assembler in my disk collection.Are there more sekas out there? If so, let me take a look or upload them.

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Old 26 December 2005, 06:53   #62
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Best combination ever: Asm-One/Pro and ReSource! You can do everything (well, almost) with these two.
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Old 24 May 2007, 16:44   #63
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bla bla bla

I have Seka3.2 somewhere, I'll try to dig it up.

I got so fed up with asm-one/pro I started writting my own assembler. Unfortunatly I didn't get round to finishing the new ea mode parser or hunk saver. On a different note asm-one source looks very much like seka resource before promax worked on it.


Along the same lines we also though all non-system debuggers sucked so we also wrote our own. I dont suppose many people know it, we mostly used it ourselves for doing trainers.


I was never compelled to do my own resourcer though

Must be a flaw in my personality coding everything for myself, like servlet container, pop3/smtp/imap server, helping with LogicBBS, AR4, DMS aso.

Never finishing anything... bla bla bla
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Asm-One is my favourite, I think v1.49RC1 is the latest version at the moment. Asm-pro is the way to go if you've got a graphicscard. Sadly AsmPro has a few bugs (some 68020 instructions simply won't compile), and it hasn't been updated for a very long time.
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Old 29 May 2007, 13:54   #65
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Originally Posted by StingRay
Best combination ever: Asm-One/Pro and ReSource! You can do everything (well, almost) with these two.
I heartily agree.

And yes, Conan/RBS, many groups Resourced Seka and made their own versions. Promax was the one who was professional about it. He really put a lot of time into making it much more useful, and so his Asm-One was well received by many coders.
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