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Sharing doesn't work. (I can access my file's code from share links but everyone says they can't)
Specifically, when he shares the link and we open it, it'll just show our list of programs, rather than the program he tried to share.
When I create a DCS7 assembly program with the normal ASM header located at https://dcs.cemetech.net/index.php?title=ASM_Header, I get 45 errors.
https://pastebin.com/8DW7sncp
clevor wrote:
When I create a DCS7 assembly program with the normal ASM header located at https://dcs.cemetech.net/index.php?title=ASM_Header, I get 45 errors.
https://pastebin.com/8DW7sncp
This is an incompatibility between the official dcs7 include file and SPASM: turns out SPASM doesn't let you define a macro with the same name as a symbol, so the way it defines shortcut macros for some GUI functions is problematic.

I've patched the dcs7.inc that sourcecoder provides to avoid this problem; you may need to clear your browser's cache to get the new version.

Code:
diff --git a/content/SDK/Mono/dcs7.inc b/content/SDK/Mono/dcs7.inc index 91fb494..80f29c7 100644 --- a/content/SDK/Mono/dcs7.inc +++ b/content/SDK/Mono/dcs7.inc @@ -41,7 +41,10 @@ Cn2_Int_RecBuf =SavesScreen+5+2                                              ;86F3h  ;+270: cn2_int_sendbuf  Cn2_Int_SendBuf =SavesScreen+256+5+2+7                         ;87FAh +; TASM and SPASM don't allow macros to have the same name as other symbols +; (which for these macros the symbols are defined later).  #ifndef TASM +#ifndef SPASM  #define PushGUIStack(xx,yyyy,zzzz) ld a,xx \ ld hl,yyyy \ ld de,zzzz \ call PushGUIStack  #define PopGUIStack() call PopGUIStack  #define PopGUIStacks(xx) ld b,xx \ call PopGUIStackS @@ -61,6 +64,7 @@ Cn2_Int_SendBuf =SavesScreen+256+5+2+7                                ;87FAh  #define PushGUIStacks(xxxx) ld hl,xxxx \ call PushGUIStacks  #define GUIFindThis(offset) ld a,offset \ call GUIFindThis  #endif +#endif  iversion              = $4083 irandom =$4086
Thanks for taking care of this, Tari!
I keep having a minor issue where some parts of text in a string will get turned into other tokens because I'm using lower case letters, for example, the pi in Spirit gets changed into S(pi symbol)rit
Use Sp\irit to prevent this from happening. SourceCoder will try to save space by changing strings to tokens but using a backslash will force SourceCoder to keep the string of lowercase letters as is.
aroanent wrote:
I keep having a minor issue where some parts of text in a string will get turned into other tokens because I'm using lower case letters, for example, the pi in Spirit gets changed into S(pi symbol)rit

Just include a backslash.

For example:
p\i will be parsed as the letters “p” and “i” rather than the pi symbol.

This can be used for any token you want to be parsed as individual letters, not just pi. For example,
“sin(“ can be written as “s\in(“ in sourcecoder if you do not want the actual sin( token.

The placement of the backslash doesn’t matter, as long as it’s within the word and not on the front or end of it.

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