bsnut wrote: »
I know that everyone is getting the simulator to work. I normally don't work with the command prompt and I am having a little brain fart:blank:. I am wondering if someone point me in right why with the command prompt commands and know its like ridding a bike,but I seem to have fallen off.
help - Print the available commands
dump file - Dump the contents of a file in hex
type file - Print the contents of a file
run file - Load and run Spin binary file in a new cog
run0 file - Load and run Spin binary file in the current cog
dir - Directory listing
exit - Exit the program
Dave Hein wrote: »
@jazzed, I added #include <sys/types.h> to interp.h and changed BYTE, WORD and LONG to use uint8_t, uint16_t and int32_t. That's works great for both linux and Windows. I'll make those changes for the next version also.
rosco_pc wrote: »
Shouldn't LONG be changed to uint32_t?
The Microsoft site provides a lot of useful information
idbruce wrote: »
Did you download a trial version?
One Developer License
Qt Desktop Single Operating System
Do GUIs exist on multiple platforms that would look similar and at least run the same code?
int main(int argc, char *argv)
QApplication app(argc, argv);
QPushButton hello("Hello world!");
That is a wonderful case of wishful thinking.
In order to achieve a GUI within a reasonable amount of time and with a reasonable amount of effort, a programmer must make choices as to which platforms he intends to support
That being said, I wish you success with your project Heater.
reasonable amount of time and with a reasonable amount of effort
You are the creator and it is your canvas, paint whatever picture you desire