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Old 02 June 2010, 11:35   #21
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I will when I get my PC repaired, I have nothing on the laptop
Hi bippym,
Any news about your PC??
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Old 20 September 2010, 13:48   #22
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Another one:

http://www.angelfire.com/planet/redbladenz/index.html
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Old 09 March 2011, 16:47   #23
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Updated first post wirh easy568k website. Some newbies will find it useful I am sure
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Old 10 June 2011, 23:18   #24
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All you need to start Amiga ASM programming (software and examples):
http://jetsetskippy.blogspot.com/201...resources.html

Newbies (like me) may find this useful; didn't check the fine material, though.
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Old 26 June 2011, 15:14   #25
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Few Amiga programming books:
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Old 31 January 2012, 23:06   #26
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It came to my attention an interesting all-in-one package to have a quick ASM/C dev environment.
Basically it's the vasm/vbcc toolchain plus winuae (without ROMs, that is):

http://www.pouet.net/topic.php?which=8593
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It came to my attention an interesting all-in-one package to have a quick ASM/C dev environment.
Basically it's the vasm/vbcc toolchain plus winuae (without ROMs, that is):

http://www.pouet.net/topic.php?which=8593
you meen this? http://eab.abime.net/showthread.php?t=62945
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Old 08 February 2012, 17:04   #28
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Definitively. Thanks for pointing it out, I didn't notice ;-)
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Old 01 March 2012, 23:19   #29
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Please post any links to Assembler (68k) resources in this thread with a breif explanation of what is there and i'll whack em in this first post

I'm surprised that typo has been there for so long without anyone noticing. Or has it just been left for prosperity?


Also, I'd recommend adding the Danish Assembler Course (available in English and Dutch) which helped me learn the finer points of ASM programming over a year and a half ago (I only just noticed that it doesn't appear to be in this thread):

http://www.palbo.dk/dataskolen/maskinsprog/


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Old 03 March 2012, 01:54   #30
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Been trying to get the issues of Svenska Hemdator Hacking 1990-1991 to scan my assembler school series there. Airline lost them and my record collection moving home from England at one point and don't remember the issue nos. so if someone finds them they could scan them I guess. Hope to bring something online niceties in this matter soon.
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Old 02 August 2012, 15:49   #31
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It came to my attention an interesting all-in-one package to have a quick ASM/C dev environment.
Basically it's the vasm/vbcc toolchain plus winuae (without ROMs, that is):

http://www.pouet.net/topic.php?which=8593
Does anybody have that asmguide.zip (containing Assembler Guide (1of2).adf
Assembler Guide (2of2).adf) i'm rather intrested in it.
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Old 02 August 2012, 17:15   #32
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You can still get many 68k programming manuals from Freescale:

https://www.freescale.com/webapp/sea...mparison=false

search for "68000 manual" or similar keywords
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Old 18 March 2013, 14:38   #33
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Found the following course online. It's wright state university!

http://psi.cse.tamu.edu/teaching/lecture_notes/

Scroll to the bottom!
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Old 24 March 2013, 01:22   #34
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A good looking 68k ASM guide. The author does megadrive programming, but this is pure 68k http://mrjester.hapisan.com/04_MC68/
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A good looking 68k ASM guide. The author does megadrive programming, but this is pure 68k http://mrjester.hapisan.com/04_MC68/
Disagree strongly, and the very scarce examples were confusing. I happened to click on "The ADD instruction" and the author goes into some silly talk about base16...
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Now I have read it fully I am inclined to agree.. He explains the usage of a few commands, but there are no real examples or tutorials.

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Old 28 July 2013, 21:05   #37
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My video tutorials ("ASMSKOOL")

Several years ago I intended coppershade.org to be a site that talked about the Amiga 500 in general and specifically would have a series of articles called "ASMSKOOL", with videoclips of effects and how they work.

I got sidetracked by other projects, such as the 68000 instruction and custom chip register database and interactive function which is nearly finished and will work as a complement to the tutorials. (btw, since Oracle and AmiOracle are already taken, you're welcome to suggest a name for it )

The clips will eventually make it to coppershade.org, but they are and will also be available on Youtube, on my channel ScoopexUs.

As of this writing, there are 9 parts:

[ Show youtube player ]
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The idea is that you start from scratch with part 1, and gradually build up a demo with effects and music. (When we need graphics or music, I intend to show how to use DPaint and Protracker, and so on.) As of part 9, it's displaying a bitmap with a pattern, a moving copper bar, and a moving sprite smiley. So you could say it's very gradual.

The reason is that I've tried to explain everything I code, so even for these simple examples I hope I not only deliver the lines of code but also give a correct picture of how all the hardware interacts.

I've absolutely focused on a pedagogical and hands-on approach for the beginner, like in my Amiga coding article series for a Swedish computer mag 22 years ago.

Apart from catering to beginners, I also address the differences to high level languages and other platforms, for coders who come from there.
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I'll avoid links are they mostly became broken links for example posts #24 and #25 better make copy of them just in case.
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Old 29 July 2013, 22:08   #39
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Thank you for the vids, Photon! I'll take them with me to the beach (on the phone, that is) for my summer 68k refresh.
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this link is broken from the first post:
http://www.algonet.se/~davsjo/amigaasm.html

Thanks Photon for the vids tuts they were really good... can we have some more?
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