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Old 05 December 2020, 15:03   #9
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Originally Posted by bloodline View Post
Personally I think you should use the includes, as the function offset might change in a future OS version, and you would only need a simple recompile to work again, if you use the include.
Function offsets can't change without breaking binary compatibility. No decent OS version should do that.
Anyway, this is OT. Please don't resurrect that flame war.

Originally Posted by bloodline View Post
Also what about porting your software to a system which is source compatible with AmigaOS (but not necessarily binary compatible)? Though I appreciate that if you have written in 68k assembly then that’s probably nothing you would care about.
Which system ? I can't see any that's worth porting code to and doesn't have a 68k compatibility layer.
Anyway, this is OT as well. If you want to discuss that, PM me.
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