[NTLK] Finally can talk about it......
m.melcher at robowerk.de
Fri Jan 7 10:25:08 PST 2022
> On 7. Jan 2022, at 15:03, Michael Rebar <michael.rebar at gmail.com> wrote:
> Months of issues that derailed my learning to code on Newton have been resolved!
Very sorry to hear that. Unfortunately not unsurprising. Reminds me of the time where he claimed that he alarmed the local police department to arrest me because I would not return a sample in time that he wante me to reverse engineer for free.
I hope you will have a chance now to get into development. If you are insterested in NewtonScript, you can get a start on the Einstein emulator which includes a tiny builtin developer environment: http://messagepad.org/Newton_Installs.html#Windows
If you want to go the C/C++/ARM route, you can used the developer setup for Classic MacOS on BasiliskII: http://www.unna.org/view.php?/development/NewtonDev
If you don;t want the hassle with MPW on Classic MacOS, you can either emulate MPW and all Newton tools (compile, assembler, linker) using mosrun: https://github.com/MatthiasWM/mosrun
Last option I want to suggest: certain versions of the gnu compiler and assembler can crosscompile for the ARM SA110, but I don;t remeber which one exactly :-)
Either way, enjoy!
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