Inline PASM, WOW!
I am reviewing pages 16 and 17 of the Spin2 manual, and all I can say is "WOW!"
If this works as easily as it appears in the manual, this is amazing. You can take those time critical parts of your code and write them in PASM, inline within the object. And it appears that you can do it easily even allowing access to the local variables.
I am excited to optimize some of my objects using this!!
The documentation is, as usual, very terse. Which is good. I need time to digest the syntax but am very excited to try it!
Are flags cleared when entering in-line PASM? Also, regardless of how they are manipulated in the in-line PASM, when returned back to spin, it won't cause problems with the interpreter?