Fox: Oh, also, it could be good for quick data table editing as well... If you are too lazy to grab a hex editor and find it simpler to open a file that way... (Etc.)
Today at 12:49:55 PM
Fox: Yes, armips will definitely work for me, I think... Perfect compiler. (I think.) You just drag the .asm file right on the executable, and the rest is done for you. (Perfect for doing code patches on Golden Sun as well.) (So long as the filename(s) in the listed inside the .asm file matches the filename of the ROM(s) you want to edit.)
Today at 12:20:26 PM
Fox: So is Kain on Stealth mode? He's been gone for nearly five months. (Conspiracy theory time?! :D)
Fox: "No$gba supports debug info in .ELF, DWARF2, and .SYM formats. " = So I guess that would be sym files? (sym=symbol?)
Yesterday at 08:46:12 PM
Fox: @"The second optional parameter, -sym, allows you to specify a file to output all the labels to. This can be used with no$gba for easier debugging." = Going to need to check the format of that out, as it could affect how I so things. :)
Fox: Yeah, Atrius used two languages. The DLL is coded in the C++ thing... (And I'm not sure which files I'll need yet... - Probably none for the exportation/ROM rebuild/compile ...)
October 26, 2016, 07:45:10 PM
Seto Kaiba: well this is embarrassing, after looking through the source code its all CPP hahaha. well that's embarrassing. Should make your job easier though fox
October 26, 2016, 05:48:15 PM
Seto Kaiba: mike pollock's facebook is pretty open tbh, you can just be his friend and put stuff on his wall and stuff. very friendly guy. I want to see his rates but I might hire him for the next KS video I do
October 26, 2016, 05:44:22 PM
Lord Squirtle: Oh hey, I didn't realize you two knew each other; nice!
Fox: One look at gcc source codc, and I'm lost... So yeah, I guess it would take a lot longer as should have been expected...
October 25, 2016, 06:26:40 PM
Fox: @1: Huh? Since I'm not sure what you are getting at, I can see that executing code, and displaying it in asm are two different things.... I just want the asm, and VBA source code could work for that. But I was being more generic. (Even though, you still have to format it properly for easy editing.) @2: Yes, it is a lot of code, but I think M&L has even more... (Or at least it feels like it.) @3: Yeah... On and off every now and then.
October 25, 2016, 04:18:41 PM
Seto Kaiba: It's more about the structure of rational thinking more than just fallacies. Fallacies are a result of a failure in rational thinking