Re: [cc65] Hidden64 SPAM

From: Johan Kotlinski <>
Date: 2011-05-08 11:01:08
I have some feedback already, about the hmemmove function... I see that you
switch/unswitch the hidden RAM inside the loop. Maybe it would be simpler
and more efficient to switch in the hidden RAM at hmemmove entry, and then
just forward the call to cc65 memmove?


On Sun, May 8, 2011 at 2:54 AM, Joseph Rose <> wrote:

> I am sorry about the SPAM, but:
> I recently published Hidden64 on cc65's contibs site.  Hidden64 is a way of
> handling the RAM under the kernal ROM and I/O of the C64 that is more
> direct, and perhaps more efficient, than cc65's em managers.  Hidden64
> allows you to access such RAM (hidden RAM) almost as if it were any
> regular memory.  Functions are provided to access a byte or word from
> anywhere in hidden RAM in one call.  Memory and string functions are
> supplied to access and manipulate strings and other data in hidden RAM.
> Limited load/save functions are also provided.  Try it out!
> ---------------
> Joseph Rose, a.k.a. Harry Potter
> Working magic in the computer community
> BTW: This is magic, so I'm hereby removing "or at least striving to" from
> my signature.

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