BatLib is actually the app version of SpriteLib with more things that it can do. It is designed to give much more control and functionality to BASIC programs through editing RAM, reading data in programs, sprites, custom fonts, and even playing sounds. There are currently 61 commands, but many are still in there beta forms, so the syntaxes have not been finalised. I tried making notes next to the commands that I plan to change. There is an example program included. The source at the moment is all hex, but I am working on fixing that.
|Example/FontWalk 3 Demo 2.gif||112.2 KB|
|Example/FontWalk 3/FONTWALK.8xp||460 bytes|
|Example/FontWalk 3/MAPEDIT.8xp||473 bytes|
|Example/FontWalk 3/Readme.txt||3.1 KB|
|Example/FontWalk 3/Str0.8xs||4.2 KB|
|ZINSTALL/A (hex).8xp||272 bytes|
|Notes From Zeda.txt||450 bytes|
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- BatLib (published 9 years, 12 months ago; 2011-01-17 19:35 UTC)