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Old 06 December 2005, 17:06   #1
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Want to code again, Need K-SEKA

I used to do assembler many many years ago and now i want to refresh my old skills. I have kickstart 1.2 and thats what i like but i need the old K-Seka I think bec it looks like all the other assemblers like Asmone, PHxxass, Devpack ,Barfly or whatever need kickstart 2.0 and above. I also read that alot of people dont think much of this assembler and i guess its true when it comes to newer Amigas . I used the PROMAX version of Seka and I was quiet happy with that one. So if there is anyone that has this piece of software I would appreciate it extremely much
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Old 06 December 2005, 17:24   #2
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http://thomas-rapp.homepage.t-online...masterseka.lha

This is not the original Kuma Seka but an advanced version created by some demo coders IIRC.
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Old 06 December 2005, 17:55   #3
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Geee thanx ALOT Thomas. I will try this and see if I can revive some of my old skills (Its 15 years ago now but i still remember some of it).
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Old 06 December 2005, 18:56   #4
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Found some more Sekas. (Kefrens-Promax Version)
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Old 06 December 2005, 21:28   #5
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I seem to remember that Promax made a Seka that was a great improvement. Then he made AsmOne, which supported macros, debugger and all kinds of stuff. I think AsmOne 1.01 (still have the great manual, since I bought it the week after it came out ) is supported in Kick 1.2. It definitely works in 1.3 and definitely does not require 2.0!

It's great to hear that some people get bitten by the nostalgia bug and wants to code 'the good old way' I can really recommend AsmOne 1.01, since that's what I used to code my 'comeback' (lol) Scoopex demo a year back! B)
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A story about the early ASM-one years.

http://www.euronet.nl/users/jdm/documents/asminfo.html
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(still have the great manual, since I bought it the week after it came out )
It´s a treasure all in all ASM-one sold only about 500 copies!
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Old 08 December 2005, 13:50   #8
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I have to thank you all, I really appreciate it. I think I will use my whole X-mas vacation just coding and remember good old times with my Amiga !! Maybe I will try AsmOne 1.01, do you have a copy Photon ?? :-)
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