This is a functional Commodore 64 development environment with demonstration C and ASM programs. A Makefile is provided and the VICE emulator is used to run the system for testing.How to Run Programs
Once VICE loads, at the BASIC prompt:
Once the program loads, you can type:
to run the program.
To load the C program, replace the first
LOAD with this:
You can also type your BASIC programs directly into the emulator, for example:
10 PRINT "HELLO WORLD" 20 GOTO 10 RUN
Hit the Escape key to stop the program running.Save & Load (requires fork!)
Once you have written a BASIC program in the emulator, you may want to save it.
myprogs.d64 disk is loaded as drive 9 in the emulator for this purpose.
Let's take this BASIC program:
10 PRINT "HELLO WORLD"
Once saved, you can load the program again after a restart:
LOAD "HELLO",9 LIST
Also have a look at the
README.md as this offers a build toolchain to deal with
asm and and
cfiles that get compiled and inserted in a virtual disk.
You can load the programs with
LOAD "ASMPROG",8 or
LOAD "CPROG",8 followed by
RUN to start them...
... and all of this without
READY. LOAD PRESS PLAY ON TAPE LOADING... READY. RUN