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By HansO

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08-08-2005, 19:41

Didn't MCCE have the rights for TP on MSX? As far as I know I have an original lying around somewhere...
At any rate there was a manual that came with it... Maybe it floats around the internet nowadays.

MCCE indeed had the rights for TP on MSX. And made version 3.3, lots of MSX support added in that version. The programmer, Frits Hilderink, also known of the NLMSX emulator, made TP 3.3f public domain and ithe compiler is now published, with the manual in the diskimage, on my website http://www.hansotten.com - MSX Software - Pascal compilers

By thinlizzy

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16-08-2005, 18:00

I did program in pascal for msx. I do remember there was short memory for applications...

By Tanni

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16-08-2005, 19:08

I did program in pascal for msx. I do remember there was short memory for applications...
I also did program in Pascal (Turbo Pascal) for MSX. In TP, you can compile to the memory, which is fast, but restricts the program size, especially if the whole sourcecode is also in the memory. You at least need to have a very small sourcetext with include files, if you want to compile to the main memory. You can select compilation to the disk, so you can have rather big .com files. Maybe you must set the end address to a higher value, too. There's also the possibility to load parts of the code during runtime.

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