Zemu, was VAX ADVENTURE, was Re: RL02 problem
henk.gooijen at oce.com
Tue Apr 25 04:53:06 CDT 2006
OK, thanks Johnny.
I have a day off, but that's for working in the garden.
This evening (when my back is hurting) I will change the hex values to octal.
If somebody could make the SYSTEM.MLB avalilable in a .zip file, would that
be sufficient to solve the second issue ?
Van: cctalk-bounces at classiccmp.org namens Johnny Billquist
Verzonden: di 25-04-2006 11:07
Aan: cctalk at classiccmp.org
Onderwerp: RE: Zemu, was VAX ADVENTURE, was Re: RL02 problem
"Gooijen, Henk" <henk.gooijen at oce.com> wrote:
> I tried the latest Zemu (2003) to compile under RT11XM.
> I don't know how to capture the command file result output in the CMD
> except by making a screen shot, converting it to .gif, but I can not send
> that to the CC list ...
> I get 3 errors from ZIO and 19 errors from ZMEM.
> They all seem to have a problem with an operand field construction
> or #^0E,-(SP). And in ZRT I get a .LIBRARY /SY:SYSTEM.MLB/ file error.
> I seem to remember that these were exactly the problems I had back then.
> It loks I am still stuck ...
Okay... Two problems.
The first one is easy. You're just using an old enough version of
MACRO-11 that it don't understand hex values.
^Xnn just means hexadecimal. Convert to octal and replace, and that
problem is solved.
#^X0E -> #16
The second problem, the SYSTEM.MLB is harder for me to tell.
Try to just comment the line away, and see what (if any) errors you get.
This is code Megan wrote, so it's a bit more unfamiliar to me.
But all it is, is just macro definitions that (I guess) more recent
versions of RT-11 provide for you.
If we just locate those macro calls, we can either write the macros
directly into the code, or perhaps live without them, instead.
This shouldn't be hard to fix really.
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