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Old 30 May 2008, 08:48   #1
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Amiga Assembly sources - Please help!

Hello,

do anybody kwons a site where I can find examples in Assembly of source codes for intros or intro effects
like sinus scroll, scroll text, plasma ect.?
Whould very appreciate it because I only have found on
Aminet AsmCourseSrc1.lha from Cool-G and there are
very few examples.

I am looking for a site explaining these effects with
sources or any ex Amiga sceener willing to send me these
sources.

Many Thanks in Advance
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Old 30 May 2008, 10:47   #2
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If you can find a CDROM called "Scene Storm" there are various fragments of effect code on there that would be useful
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Old 30 May 2008, 16:40   #3
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Hello

There you can find something interesting.
http://www.amigau.com/c-programming/...semblertut.htm

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Old 30 May 2008, 16:43   #4
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Unfortunately I lost all my source code and demos about 3 months ago when I had a hard drive crash and lost about 80gig of stuff.

Ive uploaded my stuff quite a few times though into the zone for other people so if anyone can reupload the files I would be grateful to get them back too!
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Old 30 May 2008, 19:52   #5
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I've got some links to sourcecodes on the amigacoding wiki I maintain:
http://www.amigacoding.com/index.php/680x0:Sourcecodes
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Old 30 May 2008, 21:28   #6
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Nice site Spellcoder, however you could add links to the rest of the RKMs, eg. the AmigaDOS Manual, User Interface Style Guide, etc. which are available to download from http://amigan.netfast.org/
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Old 30 May 2008, 21:39   #7
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BigByte, good luck getting it back. If I'd have seen that, I'd have leeched it but unfortunately I didn't... Does the zone get archived at archive.org, or in any way whatsoever?
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Scene Storm Cd Volume 1

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If you can find a CDROM called "Scene Storm" there are various fragments of effect code on there that would be useful
Today arrive to me the CD SCENE STORM VOLUME 1,

it seems very cool

this is the content:

PARTIES - Demos, intros, graphics and music from all the big
scene events of the last few months.
SLIDESHOWS - Superb graphical demonstrations.
DEMOS - All the latest and greatest demos from around the world.
INTROS - Compact but quality examples of skill from scene groups.
MUSIC DISKS - Superb music presented in fine style.
MAGS - Up to date disk mags and charts for your consumption.
CODING - Megs and megs of quality source code for programmers.
AMI EXPRESS - Doors and add ons for your /X Scene BBS.
MODULES - Wicked mods taken from the latest demos for you to listen
to & load into your tracker. Guest artists also featured.
UFO - The UFO Scene in all its mystery.
ASCII - Collections from the famous Ascii-Scene groups to browse
and use on your own BBS.

Daniele

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Nice site Spellcoder, however you could add links to the rest of the RKMs, eg. the AmigaDOS Manual, User Interface Style Guide, etc. which are available to download from http://amigan.netfast.org/
Is this site broken? I get a lot of "Internal Server Error" when clicking on some things, other times "you are looking at old version of website please wait while redirected" which goes to some blog that seems to have some kind of html badness and other times error 403

a pity, seems to be some interesting stuff there that can't be got at



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Old 25 June 2008, 15:06   #10
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IMHO one of the best scene sources is at Aminet, and it's in Italian languange
http://aminet.net/dev/asm/CorsoASM-ITA01.lha
http://aminet.net/dev/asm/CorsoASM-ITA02.lha
http://aminet.net/dev/asm/CorsoASM-ITA03.lha
http://aminet.net/dev/asm/CorsoASM-ITA04.lha
http://aminet.net/dev/asm/CorsoASM-ITA05.lha
http://aminet.net/dev/asm/CorsoASM-ITA06.lha
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Old 25 June 2008, 16:55   #11
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@BigByte: Sorry to hear about your hard disk crash.

You kindly supplied me with a .zip file in which there were loads of .adf images containing your source codes and as luck would have it I kept hold of it.

So, hopefully it'll cheer you up a bit to see that .zip file posted to The Zone.

It's a privilege to be able to return all that code to its rightful owner!
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WOOOHOOOO!!!! Now that is a result! Big grins all round!
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Old 28 June 2008, 09:05   #13
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came across this last night
seems like some good assmbler stuff

http://www.algonet.se/~chaozer/assembler.shtml
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Old 28 June 2008, 09:40   #14
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We have some assembler resources right here on the forum

http://eab.abime.net/showthread.php?t=21516

Thanks to bippy for collecting these informations
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check out the sources i released just the other day http://eab.abime.net/showthread.php?t=37706
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Old 14 July 2008, 17:31   #16
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hi all

I am new to assembler programming. I have Devpac 3, Winuae.

I also installed the Developer hardfile from :
http://amiga.sourceforge.net/amigadevhelp/

direct link:
http://www.innoidea.hu/subsites/amig...les/gcc111.zip

This gives a complete developer environment I have been looking for YEARS !

Which asm tool is best ? I also have Devpac 3

I cannot find in the hdf, where the include files are to update them to the 3.9 NDK.

Please can some one tell me how to update the includes if i installed Devpac 3.

Please could someone give me access to the zone !

Amiga needs a complete upto date developer environment, this hdf is a godsend to develope software, ready for when natami comes out.

Can some knowlegable person update all the *needed* software and include 'a way to' easily update C, asm, includes by an installer ?

thanks
 
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Amiga needs a complete upto date developer environment, this hdf is a godsend to develope software, ready for when natami comes out.
I can't help but chuckle.

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Can some knowlegable person update all the *needed* software and include 'a way to' easily update C, asm, includes by an installer ?
No offence but if you really want to code for real you should be able to update your environment without the need of any installer.
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Thanks Graham, btw i am working on Amos pro manual in html - would anyone find it of use ?


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I can't help but chuckle.



No offence but if you really want to code for real you should be able to update your environment without the need of any installer.
That would be great if there WERE ever any documentation to update C includes and asm includes to OS 3.9.

I guess ppl are happy using 10+ different C compilers, assemblers etc rather than one complete developer suite, correct programming style guide.

Also proper tutorials, not code fragments all over the internet.

chuckle all you may it wont help the Amiga programming situation.

Im sure you can prove me wrong with the include docs and pragma info :-)
 
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I guess ppl are happy using 10+ different C compilers, assemblers etc rather than one complete developer suite, correct programming style guide.
I am using exactly one Assembler and exactly one C-Compiler (if required).

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Also proper tutorials, not code fragments all over the internet.
Google is your friend, there is A LOT of info to be found!
Edit: I'm not sure what you need exactly, what exactly do you want to do?


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chuckle all you may it wont help the Amiga programming situation.
The "ready for when natami comes out" bit made me chuckle.

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Im sure you can prove me wrong with the include docs and pragma info :-)

Include docs? What's that supposed to be? If you mean the Autodocs, check here.

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