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Old 05 July 2012, 00:55   #21
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I'd try to email Mr Oakvalley via his member profile here.
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Old 05 July 2012, 11:59   #22
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Hi guys,

I found 2 items matching "gfa ass.." :-)
Packed them up and uploaded here http://www.stone-oakvalley-studios.c...s/gfa_pack.zip

Came from my kind of organized collectio:
Amiga_Random_ADF\GFA Assembler v1.5+ (Wb).adf
Collection_The_Boiler_Room\T1A\GFA_ASS.adf

Have fun :-)
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Old 05 July 2012, 12:20   #23
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Hello StoneOakvalley,

you made my day! This is really awesome! I hope this masterpiece of software will be widespread now




Forgot to say thanks to kamelito for your nice finding


+++ Last question now is ... Is GFA Assembler v1.5 for Amiga the latest version released? +++

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Old 05 July 2012, 21:24   #24
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Your welcome , please put it in the EAB FTP.
It was very close to lost it forever...
While searching it yesterday I found that the latest Atari ST version is 1.5 so I suppose that the latest Amiga version is also 1.5.
Can you cross assemble for Atari?
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Old 05 July 2012, 22:00   #25
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EAB FTP? Where is that to find? Just know the Zone.

The adf's from StoneOakvalley contain...

GFA-Assembler v1.4 and GFA-Assembler v1.5 for Amiga !!!

:::::::::::::::::::

GFA-Basic v3.52 for Amiga also seems to be the latest version.

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So what's left now? Maybe a PDF-manual for GFA-Basic and GFA-Assembler, that's only available for Atari ST.

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Cross assemble for Atari? You mean, if I can code for Amiga and then port it to Atari ST?

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Old 05 July 2012, 22:04   #26
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Have a look here: http://eab.abime.net/showthread.php?t=43633

gfa_pack.zip has been added to 'Commodore_Amiga/App/Disk'.
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I think that the Atari GFA assembler doc should be enough, for GFA it has already been asked here so do so search. I meant programming Atari ST on the Amiga that assemble Atari ST exe, like the Atari version can build Amiga exe. Kamel
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EAB FTP? Where is that to find? Just know the Zone.

The adf's from StoneOakvalley contain...

GFA-Assembler v1.4 and GFA-Assembler v1.5 for Amiga !!!

:::::::::::::::::::

GFA-Basic v3.52 for Amiga also seems to be the latest version.

:::::::::::::::::::

So what's left now? Maybe a PDF-manual for GFA-Basic and GFA-Assembler, that's only available for Atari ST.

:::::::::::::::::::

Cross assemble for Atari? You mean, if I can code for Amiga and then port it to Atari ST?
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Actually the "GFA Assembler v1.5+ (Wb).adf" disk is also seen as "GFASS.adf" in this BBS collection as: Collection_The_Boiler_Room\T4A\GFASS.adf

Only 1 byte difference between those disks.

The "Amiga_RandomADF" collection I have I found on usenet/easynews many years ago. It seemed to be quite disorganized and was probably from a private guy uploading his stash.


Other:
I have currently been working on a search engine project for the massive Amiga collection I have (and more) on this site:
http://www.stone-oakvalley-studios.c.../?page_id=3012

Here is for example all hits for "gfa" in the entire Aminet SET CD (52 pcs) collection as a beta output from that engine :-)
http://www.stone-oakvalley-studios.c...fa_export.html

In some weeks I might have the database ready for the massive Amiga collection I have online, it's about 8.3 million entries regarding filenames :-)
Aminet Set CD are about 2.0 million. Both bases should be useful when hunting stuff like this, especially when the filename is known.

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Old 06 July 2012, 07:49   #29
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Nice here's one for C64
http://search.cbm8bit.com/?advanced=1 (source cbm awesome)
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Old 07 July 2012, 12:30   #30
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Hello again,

the adf's supplied by StoneOakvalley revealed that there are 2 versions inside of the adf's. These are ...

GFA-Assembler v1.4 German
GFA-Assembler v1.5 German

So, what's left now?

GFA-Assembler in English language! So, the hunt continues again!

Maybe there are some here from Great Britain who decided to buy or to collect GFA software like GFA-Assembler in English. Different versions are welcome.

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Old 07 July 2012, 17:03   #31
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well grab the Atari english version rip the text and use an hex editor to localize the german version
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