Is there a limit to the size a program or group of programs can be in Pnut even if the program doesn't exceed cog memory?
I have 2 ASM programs: Blink, and Move6 . Both functions have an "org 0" directive at the start. The initialization code does as well.
the initialization code "fits" in 4 longs.
Blink is a small program that "fits" in 14 longs and runs in cog 3
Move6 "fits" in 264 longs and runs in cog 2
everything together with the variables at the end of the program "Fits" in 356 longs.
However, if I try to add even a single new instruction, into ANY of these 3 functions, something "Breaks" and the code doesn't work any more.
Even a 'nop' anywhere causes it to fail.
Is there something I haven't done to/for Pnut? Am I at a limit? Is there another assembler that others are using that doesn't have these limits?