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Old 09 August 2013, 23:33   #1
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Found the Asm-One Manual on Archive.org

Someone must have uploaded it recently

Get the PDF here.

(Stingray mentioned a text version, I've asked him to please upload it. Good for reference on a floppy or CF card!)

With the System Programmer's Guide it's almost all you need to learn to code demos.

Reading these books is better than HRM - HRM is mostly for reference and doesn't contain any examples.

My "ASMSKOOL" is now up to part 9 and I've actually got stuff moving on the screen by now. I'm taking it very step by step.
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Old 09 August 2013, 23:39   #2
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Nice find Photon, thanks for sharing. Also your video tutorials are very helpful.
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Old 10 August 2013, 15:04   #3
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My "ASMSKOOL" is now up to part 9 and I've actually got stuff moving on the screen by now. I'm taking it very step by step.
this is outstanding! wow-experience after couple of minutes. what a cool tutorial. thanks for this
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Old 11 August 2013, 02:32   #4
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this is outstanding! wow-experience after couple of minutes. what a cool tutorial. thanks for this
Pff I think my voice sounds crap, and I talk too fast. Sometimes I get technical about simple things - as soon as I explain a rule, the exceptions pop into my mind and I feel I have to explain some more of the "big picture" in order to not oversimplify. Even though it's important to be accurate, I'm conscious of it and keep more to the point now.

But I'm glad you enjoy it of course, and I will continue it - it's completely improvised, so I don't know what will be in the next part, but the plan is to show all the steps until there is a demo running with music and graphics. (So when the time comes I'll show how to draw gfx in DPaint and convert it, and how to make a tune and use the playroutine and so on.)
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Pff I think my voice sounds crap, and I talk too fast. Sometimes I get technical about simple things - as soon as I explain a rule, the exceptions pop into my mind and I feel I have to explain some more of the "big picture" in order to not oversimplify. Even though it's important to be accurate, I'm conscious of it and keep more to the point now.

But I'm glad you enjoy it of course, and I will continue it - it's completely improvised, so I don't know what will be in the next part, but the plan is to show all the steps until there is a demo running with music and graphics. (So when the time comes I'll show how to draw gfx in DPaint and convert it, and how to make a tune and use the playroutine and so on.)
I'm following it too Great work on it.
 
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Stupid question but where can you download Asm One?
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Old 12 August 2013, 11:35   #7
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Here: http://www.amigacoding.com/index.php/680x0:AsmOne
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Thanks Phantom - will give the Photon tuts a go
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Old 12 August 2013, 21:17   #9
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I've found a German text version of the ASM-One manual mentioned above. For everyone who's interested...
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Old 13 August 2013, 02:04   #10
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Stupid question but where can you download Asm One?
I've uploaded the small version I made to Coppershade.org, V1.02+.

This and Asm-One 1.20 (couldn't get a link before because the webpage was down) are used in the tutorials, so far at least.

Asm-One V1.48 and Asm-Pro can probably be used too, maybe even Seka V3.2, without many differences.

It's a matter of what works on your unexpanded A500, accelerator, or emulator. Try them all and see which works best. They're all basically the same.
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I would just like to say thanks to Photon for his great tutorials.

I haven't done any Amiga programming involving custom chips in ages, it was fun to try it again after all this time, even if it is just a spinning ball

[ Show youtube player ]

Still have to figure out the blitter though ...

Cheers!
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Thanks for the links Photon
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Now there are two more Asmskool episodes, and I've started on the blitter. I've uploaded the Project Directory with the sources for all tutorials, so you can jump in at any step. Go to coppershade.org and get the necessary files and manuals, then click on to Youtube.

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Old 21 January 2014, 03:43   #14
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thanks photon, it's vry well done, and an excellent idea
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Old 21 January 2014, 19:20   #15
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Are the vids available for download instead of using YouTube?
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Nope, the files are big. Ytconv.net might be able to make them smaller.
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Old 22 January 2014, 01:27   #17
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I've been enjoying the videos since finding an Amiga 1000 system on craigslist last week. Keep up the great work, and your voice is fine. I'm up to lesson 12 and learning a lot. Being new to Amiga and not knowing the go-to apps, even the DeluxePaint part was helpful.

Thank you!
 
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Have had to come in and say thanks as well Photon for the great series.

Assembler was the main language I used back in the day but never for demos, only for utilities. Not having access to any books (was poor back then) I had to go by magazine tutorials and whatever I could find on coverdisks or from friends. No-one I knew used C so assembler it was.

Learning loads! Have downloaded all the videos onto my PC so I can access when offline and yes, they're big I've commented on YouTube as YesiPleb
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since you downloaded them can you Share?
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since you downloaded them can you Share?
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Isn't the link in the first post? It works here.
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