Re: [stella] BAStella Language Reference V0.000000001

Subject: Re: [stella] BAStella Language Reference V0.000000001
From: "Ronald A. Laski, Jr." <rlaski@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 21 Nov 2001 02:25:54 -0600
There was an ANALOG (or was it ANTIC - I'm almost 100% it was ANALOG) that published a program called mini-COMP (or something). It was written in Atari BASIC (for the 8-bit computers) and compiled a subset of Atari BASIC into 6502 machine language. It also included one or two example programs with the article. I don't have my magazines handy but: more than likely has it. I'm sorry I can't remember which issue. I thought you might want to peruse this article as a jumping off point. The interesting thing to me about this article is that the program and system it ran on WAS the target machine as well. (Heck, I'm even pretty sure I typed it in as well :)


At 09:04 AM 11/21/2001 +0100, you wrote:
At 19.42 20/11/01 -0800, Roger Williams wrote:

Pong, Combat, and Space War.  BAStella allows a surprising degree of
creativity for its ease of use

Expect a flood of "limited edition" homebrew carts ;-) Anyway, I like your idea.

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