Re: [cc65] Autostart ROM VIC-20 or C64 template project?

From: Jim Brain <>
Date: 2013-06-28 21:01:58
On 6/28/2013 10:39 AM, Oliver Schmidt wrote:
> Then something is pretty wrong with your setup. Maybe you moved the 
> binaries after builing them or there are several versions mixed. I 
> can't analyse this further.
I did move the files after compilation.  From my unix days, I always 
compile in home directory and do a make install or copy the files 
afterwards.  Force of habit.

Obviously, if CC65_HOME had not been set, I would have noticed the error 
immediately, but it was set, and so it worked fine in the new dir.

That's fine, I just recompiled it after putting the entire dir where it 
would finally live.  The CC65_HOME no longer needs to be set.

I did notice during testing that both my old copy of cygwin cc65 and my 
new copy (compiled in the correct dir) show the following when first run:

sh-4.1$ cl65 -t c64 hello.c
cygwin warning:
   MS-DOS style path detected: C:/tools/cc65/include/stdio.h
   Preferred POSIX equivalent is: /cygdrive/c/tools/cc65/include/stdio.h
   CYGWIN environment variable option "nodosfilewarning" turns off this 
   Consult the user's guide for more details about POSIX paths:
hello.c(6): Warning: Implicit `int' return type is an obsolete feature
hello.c(8): Warning: Control reaches end of non-void function

Just FYI.

Since I don't normally develop in the shell, I'd prefer the Windows 
native bins work, but this will work for now.  I'm curious if anyone 
else has dloaded the files from the "getting started" on Windows 7 64 
bit and if they see a similar issue.  I can create a new VM of Win7 
64bit with a fresh OS install to test, but would love to know if it only 
exists on this machine or not before I do that.

Thanks for the help

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Received on Fri Jun 28 21:02:08 2013

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