-- Sent from mobile device. Please have understanding. On 8 September 2017 14:38:47 EEST, "Baltissen, GJPAA (Ruud)" <email@example.com> wrote: >Hallo Patryk, > > >> If I may (rather strongly ;-) suggest - for standard ROMs like the >BASIC it would be really good to use the "standard" naming as defined >in e.g. the "Mapping" book: > >My very first thought: why? Basically for two things: - source code compatibility, which includes - includes compatibility - potentially easier cross reference > >Funny thing, I used this standard naming just until some days ago. >Precisely: when I started the disassembly of the 8032 ROM. From the >beginning on I was more or less annoyed by the abbreviations used by >Commodore like "FA" for "current device number". Hey man, we don't >live in the '80s anymore where bytes were more expensive than gold :) >So I decided to replace all names by, IMHO, more decent ones. And you >are lucky that I restricted my self to names with a maximum of 14 chars >:) It does not matter much if it is six or eight or fourteen. More if it is consistent and compatible with existing informational and programming material. Obviously you can create a new standard naming but it will take a while until the relevant material is rewritten to use it. Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2017-09-08 18:03:02
Archive generated by hypermail 2.2.0.