RE: [stella] Stella 2.0 alpha 1 available

Subject: RE: [stella] Stella 2.0 alpha 1 available
From: Glenn Saunders <mos6507@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 25 Jun 2005 20:35:32 -0400
Andrew, your suggestions are so fantastic.  You took
the words right out of my mouth.  It's exactly the
kind of stuff I want.

I really like the idea of marking up the sourcecode to
configure the debugger.  If you do hotkey
compile-and-loads into Stella from TextPad or some
other editor that has command-line utilities like
that, then DASM basically becomes an extension to the
debugger, and it helps minimize the requirements of
the debugger user-interface.  Stella would not have to
disassemble at all because it has the original
sourcecode it can cross-reference.

If Stella displays a copy of the commented sourcecode
in its window, then it would only need to also put the
line number on the margin and if you wanted to make an
edit you could flip back to our text editor and go to
that line number.

Of course, at that point, it's a small leap to just
give Stella an integreated (color coded) text editor. 
DASM itself can still be an external program.

I can say for myself I never use anything more than
the basic cut/copy/past/search/replace stuff in

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