Re: [cc65] size of .enum?

From: <silverdr1wfmh.org.pl>
Date: 2013-04-02 11:10:31
On 2013-04-02, at 10:32, Ullrich von Bassewitz wrote:

>>> Anyway, .res needs a constant, because the linker cannot change what is in an
>>> object file. Or in other words, the assembler cannot allocate a currently
>>> unknown number of bytes somewhere.
>> 
>> I understand. What do you believe to be the best approach in such situation,
>> except manual counting of all the defined variables every time?
> 
> There is no other solution than to define a constant somewhere, so yes,
> manual counting is required. To make sure nothing goes wrong, I would place
> the constant into an include file and check it via .assert in the module that
> has the actual variables.

I see. I am wondering if I don't get better out with getting back to defining all the variables' addresses as constants.. I would then only have to know the value of the last one (first one is known).

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