Re: [stella] COmpiler questions

Subject: Re: [stella] COmpiler questions
From: "Andrew Davie" <atari2600@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 26 Nov 2003 10:03:34 +1100
The maintainer of DASM has been known to lurk on the [stella] list.  If
you're having DASM-related problems, it's highly likely you will get them
solved quickly.  DASM is the assembler of choice (note: it's an assembler,
not a compiler) for all the '2600 development I know about.  DASM provides
'2600 programming support files at

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Patrick Lichty" <voyd@xxxxxxxx>
To: <stella@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, November 26, 2003 8:17 AM
Subject: [stella] COmpiler questions

> Hello, all.
> For instance, I have been using DASM for my experimentation, but I'm
> inferring that there are many mroe options for a compiler that I'm just
> thinking of. Have been to a ton of sites over the past 6 months, and I'm
> sure I've seen the other choices, but I'm drawign a blank.
> Therefore I have two questions:
> 1a: WHat other good, rigorous 2600-compat assemblers are there, and what
> everyone using? Recommendations?
> 1b: If this has been covered in depth, please send me to an existing FAQ.
> 2: I have teh great decompile of River Raid by Activision from biglist.
> someone give me a hint as to which compiler deals with it the best, as I
> can't seem to recompile it from DASM, or is this one of those fun little
> things that had extra chips in the cartridge, etc?
> Thanks,
> Patrick
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