Proper way of recompiling and loading slush into a tini.
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Posted By:   Sebastien_Taylor
Posted On:   Thursday, May 17, 2001 03:05 PM

I have made a few modifications to slush and was wondering what the proper way of compiling my code and loading it onto the tini. What I have tried is using TINIConv then loading slush.tbin from JavaKit, which works but, how do I tell it which bank to load into? It seemed to have figured it out on it's own, how?
Are there any docs anywhere that have details on modifying slush and how explicitly tell JavaKit where in memory to load .tbins?

Re: Proper way of recompiling and loading slush into a tini.

Posted By:   Tim_Rohaly  
Posted On:   Monday, July 23, 2001 04:08 PM

It sounds as if you are doing it the right way.
The .tbin file format includes, as part of its header,
the bank number the file will be loaded into. The
default is bank 7, where slush and any user programs
usually go. TINIConvertor automatically chooses bank
7 and the .tbin file format when you specify the -l switch,
you can modify this default using the -t switch;
beware that any value other than 7 will overwrite the TINI OS.

The Slush.txt file in the docs directory
of the TINI code distribution contains some instructions on
rebuilding slush.

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