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Old 20 April 2020, 20:33   #21
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Well, now I'm back trying WinUAE with different assembler packages, and lha has always fought me every inch of the way.

If I start a new drawer System:asm/barfly and have barfly.lha on pc: (a pc directory) then cd to System:asm/barfly I do a left-mouse-menu "execute command" lha x pc:barfly.lha it acts like it's unloading the archive and says it's successful, but not to where I'm logged to: Does lha have any documentation?
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Old 21 April 2020, 06:17   #22
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That, then smells like Asm-One to me. Of AsmPro 1.18 and Photon's AsmTwo 0.96w2 which one do you like?
I prefer to use vasm on my host system but AsmPro is good in KS3+ and AsmTwo is good for low memory and/or earlier kickstarts.

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If I start a new drawer System:asm/barfly and have barfly.lha on pc: (a pc directory) then cd to System:asm/barfly I do a left-mouse-menu "execute command" lha x pc:barfly.lha it acts like it's unloading the archive and says it's successful, but not to where I'm logged to: Does lha have any documentation?
If you open the CLI/Shell and run LhA with no arguments it should print out a synopsis of its usage. Not sure what software is creating your "left-mouse-menu" but it must be running the command in a different working directory. My first guess would be somewhere in the ram disk. Try just running these commands from the CLI/Shell:

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cd System:asm/barfly
lha x pc:barfly.lha
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Old 21 April 2020, 08:54   #23
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I prefer to use vasm on my host system but AsmPro is good in KS3+ and AsmTwo is good for low memory and/or earlier kickstarts.
yes, so far I like vasm the best, but I need a debugger for it.
thank you, that seemed to iron out the first few lha issues I tried!
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Old 21 April 2020, 10:18   #24
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Depending on what you want to do, there is a very powerful low-level debugger in Aminet, COP. It can debug code parts other debuggers cannot reach, such as supervisor level code or the exec scheduler. It is not very easy to use, though.
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Is COP traping 68k vectors while running in the background and show itself if a program crash like the setexcept command in the action replay?
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