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Building MS-DOS 2.00's DEBUG (version 2.30) (Announce)

posted by cm(R) Homepage E-mail, Düsseldorf, Germany, 05.10.2018, 09:13

> I've been using MS-DOS player to stage stuff.. and building debug seemed
> straight forward..
>
> call m DEBASM
> call m DEBCOM1
> call m DEBCOM2
> call m DEBCONST
> call m DEBDATA
> call m DEBEQU

DEBEQU.ASM is actually an include file used by some of the other files. You needn't assemble it on its own, nor link it. But it doesn't do any harm to do that anyway.

> call m DEBMES
> call m DEBUASM
> call m DEBUG
> ..binlink @deblink
> ..binexe2bin debug.exe debug.com

http://www.bttr-software.de/forum/forum_entry.php?id=15115 Your backslashes are missing.

> C:projdos2v2.0source>type m.cmd
> ..binmasm %1 %1.obj %1.lst %1.crf
>
>
> and it appears to run 'okay'
>
> -uprojdos2v2.0source>..binmsdos debug command.com
> 0B61:0100 E9CD0B JMP 0CD0
> 0B61:0103 0000 ADD [BX+SI],AL
> 0B61:0105 0000 ADD [BX+SI],AL
> 0B61:0107 0000 ADD [BX+SI],AL
> 0B61:0109 0000 ADD [BX+SI],AL
> 0B61:010B 0000 ADD [BX+SI],AL
> 0B61:010D 0000 ADD [BX+SI],AL
> 0B61:010F 0000 ADD [BX+SI],AL
> 0B61:0111 0000 ADD [BX+SI],AL
> 0B61:0113 0000 ADD [BX+SI],AL
> 0B61:0115 0000 ADD [BX+SI],AL
> 0B61:0117 0000 ADD [BX+SI],AL
> 0B61:0119 0000 ADD [BX+SI],AL
> 0B61:011B 0000 ADD [BX+SI],AL
> 0B61:011D 0000 ADD [BX+SI],AL
> 0B61:011F 0000 ADD [BX+SI],AL
> -g
>
>
> TeleVideo Personal Computer DOS Vers. 2.11
> (C) Copyright TeleVideo Systems, Inc. 1983
> (C) Copyright Microsoft Corp. 1981, 1982, 1983
>
> C:PROJDOS2V2.0SOURCE>exit
>
> Program terminated normally
> -q
>
>
> So yeah.... I'm using Microsoft MASM v3, and the included Microsoft Link 2.
> MS-DOS Player has flags like -e to reduce the environmnet, -m to restrict
> free memory enable or disable EMS/XMS and my favorite is to 'bind' an exe
> to run on Win32/Win64.

https://emulationrealm.net/downloads/file/3251-ms-dos-player Link for the record, I didn't find any more definitive source. Seems to be under GPL v2-only.

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