pceas [options] infile.asm
Show segment usage. This option displays the memory usage of your program. Here's a typical output for the -s/--segment option:The -S/--fulsegment displays the section types for each banks. For example, we'll have for the BANK 0 of the previous example:
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segment usage: USED/FREE ZP $2000-$201E [ 31] 31/ 225 BSS $2200-$27A0  1441/6751 BANK 0 5902/2290 BANK 1 0/8192 BANK 2 0/8192 BANK 3 0/8192 BANK 4 0/8192 BANK 5 0/8192 BANK 6 0/8192 BANK 7 0/8192 BANK 8 800/7392 ---- ---- 7K 65K TOTAL SIZE = 72K
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BANK 0 5902/2290 CODE $E000-$E802  CODE $E900-$F800  DATA $FFF6-$FFFF [ 10]
- -l n
Listing file output level. n value must be between 0 and 3 (included). The default level is level 2.
- 0 - completely disable the listing file even if the LIST directive is used in the input file
- 1 - minimum level; code produced by DB, DW, DEFPAL, DEFCHR and DEFSPR will not be dumped.
- 2 - normal level; only code produced by DEFPAL, DEFCHR and DEFSPR will not be dumped.
- 3 - maximum level; all the code is dumped in the listing file.
Force macro expansion in the listing file, even if the MLIST directive is not seen in the input file.
Add include path.
- --cd Create a CD-ROM track image.
- --scd Create a Super CD-ROM track image.
- --over(lay) Create an executable "overlay" program segment.
- --dev(elo) Assemble and run on the Develo Box.
- --mx Create a Develo MX file.
- --srec Create a Motorola S-record file (wikipedia).
Display help message.
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Label Addr Bank ----- ---- ---- _cs 207a f0 EFFECT_CODE_BANK 0001 f0 _hrdw_memcpy_rts 225a f8 roto_x_unrolled_1 0000 f0 _hrdw_memcpy_dst 2256 f8 _u 2037 f8 line.col.src.1 306a f0 txt_data_end a2ce 06 vgm_status 2013 f8 irq_2 e0f1 00 ARG_REG 0001 f0 mapbat_top 2261 f8 psg_noise 0807 f0 joybuf 222b f8 irq1_jmp 2202 f8 DEVELO 0000 f0 rotoVsyncProc 5e3c 01
- bank - Select a 8KB ROM bank (0-127) and reset the location counter to the latest known position in this bank.
- org - Set the location of the program counter. The thirteen lower bits of the address inform the assembler about the offset in the ROM bank and the third upper bits represent the page index.
- equ - Assign a value to a symbol. The character = has the same function too.
- db - Store one or more data bytes at the current location.
- dw - Store one more data words at the current location.
- ds - Reserve space at the current location. This space will be filled with zeroes if this directive is used in the CODE or DATA group.
- byte - Same as .db.
- word - Same as .dw.
- rsset - Set the internal counter of the RS directive to a specified value.
- rs -
- include "file"
Switch program input to the file specified in the parameter of the include directive. The code from file is assembled as if it followed the point of the .include; when the end of the included file is reached, assembly of the original file continues. Every variable, label, routine declared before the include point will be available to the included file. Note that includes can be nested. PCEas supports up to 7 nested includes. You can control the search paths used with the '-I' command-line option.
- macro - Start a macro definition.
- mac - Same as macro.
- endm - End a macro definition.
- endmacro - Same as endm
Increment listing counter.
This directive (in conjunction with .nolist) controls whether or not assembly listings are generated. Whenever .list is called an internal counter (initially at zero) is incremented. On the other hand, .nolist decrements this counter (until zero). Assembly listings are generated if this internal counter is greater than zero.
The verbosity of those listings is controlled by the -l/--listing command line option.
Decrement listing counter
- mlist - Allow macro expansion in the listing file.
- nomlist - Stop expanding macros in the listing file. This directive won't have any effect if you use the '-m' command line option.
hu, cd, scd, acd, supergrafx discussions.
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Note I'll start with the usage. Sections/commands will follow.
I downloaded the code a few days ago then tried to compile the code with Visual Studio 2008. There were a few small problems, mainly had to comment the #include of <strings.h>, not available on VS2008 but not needed for the code anyway, and think what to do with <getopt.h>, also not available, but I just found a replacement after a small search