> Instead, I'll toss away the 4 first bytes from the pucrunch -c0 header > and replace it with a byte that specifies a "warp address". For a game > residing at $2000-$3fff and $a000-$bfff, this byte would be $40, > indicating that at $4000, the destination address will warp to $a000. As a bonus there is a certain symmetry between a wrap address and a warp address, also in the literal sense. :-) > I'd like to be able to uncompress non-cartridge games as well. If they are basic games, you have to call those two basic routines (equivalent to CLEAR, I think) to set the variable pointers right after setting the basic end address. -Pasi -- "Narns, Humans, Centauri .. we all do what we do for the same reason: because it seems like a good idea at the time." -- G'Kar to Sakai in Babylon 5:"Mind War" - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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