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Old 04 August 2017, 17:30   #81
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Yeah, I know that's the book to have, but I think it's too big and excessive if I print that (the original book has smaller dimensions and possibly also thinner paper than 80g). I was looking for something less detailed, i.e. a quick guide which would just provide a more general overview of the registers and memory layout. Then if I want to study the details on something specific, I can go into this book and find the relevant information.

When I was studying, it was very helpful to have various 'cheat sheets' around, like these:
https://wch.github.io/latexsheet/latexsheet-a4.pdf
https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/r...df/refcard.pdf
etc.

So was hoping that someone had made something similar for the Amiga HW. Ok, maybe not just as a single sheet since that would be a bit too compacted, but you get the idea.
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Old 05 August 2017, 00:45   #82
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Maybe Photon's cheat sheet? http://coppershade.org/helpers/DOCS/
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Old 05 August 2017, 01:00   #83
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Maybe Photon's cheat sheet? http://coppershade.org/helpers/DOCS/
Thanks, that was exactly the kind of quick reference I was looking for.
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Maybe Photon's cheat sheet? http://coppershade.org/helpers/DOCS/
Nice!
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Is there any way to define a standard source directory (assign) for AsmTwo?
I already looked at coppershade.org but didn't find info about it...
(AsmOne uses the Sources: assign IIRC)
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As AsmTwo is based on the original AsmOne code I suppose it works the same way.
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If you use the backup+assemble+run function (Help key), AsmTwo expects an AsmTwoTemp: assign. This is optional. Apart from that it makes no assumptions about how you want to organize your source files.

AsmTwo \f\794\v SOURCES:\ does the same (where 794 is your workspace size in KB).

You can script all actions on start like this, Asm-One 1.48 seems to add its own BootUp parameters to this and AsmPro seems to pop up its settings requester and doesn't support it.
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IAsmPro seems to pop up its settings requester and doesn't support it.
ASM-Pro supports startup parameters too, it will only open the settings requester if preferences have not been saved yet I think (no popups here). F.e. ASM-Pro \r sources:bla.s\a\j\ would load, assemble and run bla.s

Last edited by StingRay; 17 April 2018 at 12:50. Reason: ugh, there's no "settings register" :)
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