exxos wrote:The stos file on there is one I created, it has the patched compiler which works with all TOS versions, has the updated compiler acb aswell and is the one I used also. There are various extensions on the site. We are always on the look out for stos stuff which can go on the site aswell.
distantminds wrote:someone needs to deliver the definative "build" of STOS with working editor and compiler for -all- tos versions. part of the stigma attached to using the program is i'm sure down to this kind of non compatablity issue...
PaulB wrote:Apparently some guy has made an authorised stos 2.07 that will allow progs compiled or not to run on the ST, STE, Falcon and TT. It's in beta 3 stage and hasn't seen an update in a long while but he says it works on most stuff.
PaulB wrote:So did you try this? If not why not cos if it works it would solve all your dual coding problems. Just compile and the executable should work on all machines including Falcon and TT.
PaulB wrote:Sorry mate. Wouldn't have pointed you in that direction if I'd known it was a dud. Seems the guy who did it promised more that he could deliver.
exxos wrote:Forget AnthonyJ's stuff!!!
I don't know why people are having such problems with this. I used this setup for years.
The compiler is patched and comes up "patching table" when you compile, it compiles all the TOS tables to work on any TOS version, not just the one its "fixed" too.
I will download the STOS file I uploaded, it was a direct copy and should be the final build of STOS, if you start mixing it about with other stuff then you will really screw things up. I tested all this years ago, there even is a bug fix to replace the draw functions on the ST so they work with the falcon.
Leave it with me and I will see if I can suss out why people are having all these problems. It should run on the falcon with no problems at all, though I can't test it on a real falcon as its been in bits for the past few years pending CT60 update.
exxos wrote:I just tested the files out I put on the STOS site, cant spot anything wrong there at all. compiled fine and ran ran under steem tos 104.
exxos wrote:you guys haven't deleted the DAT files out of the COMPILER folder have you ? Those are all the TOS tables for each TOS version, the compiler reads in all those files when patching..
exxos wrote:Please dont get involved with patching PRG files with STOSFIX or messing about with anything else, there really is no need for anything like that anymore if they are compiled with the new compiler.
exxos wrote:I don't know why it would not work for your guys, I used that setup for years and it worked on my ST, STE, Falcon perfectly.
exxos wrote:I will see if I can hunt out the origional floppy I was sent with all this stuff on. There are a pile of extensions which are not in the PD yet, I have been unable to contact Antony Hoskin over this, so I am going to put his stuff in the PD soon. Please forget AJ's stuff, it really is aweful.
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