MEMU auto-type

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MEMU auto-type

Post by AndyKey » 07 Jul 2013 14:33

In response to requests from Claus and Dave, MEMU now has an auto-type feature.
Can be used to specify auto-start keystrokes on the command line.
Can be used as a means to "type in" large MTX BASIC programs for which you have a file with a listing.
Note that some listings require massaging before they become sequences of keystrokes which type themselves back in.
Note particularly the use of ASSEMbly code in MTX BASIC programs.

Still, probably quite useful, and still probably quite a lot easier than typing in listings.

Enjoy.

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Re: MEMU auto-type

Post by Dave » 07 Jul 2013 20:22

Wheeee!

Thanks Andy!

Did you have to do anything "fancy" to work with the MTX syntax checking the BASIC lines as you enter them?

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Re: MEMU auto-type

Post by Dave » 07 Jul 2013 21:14

Hi Andy,

I don't know whether it's just my machine, but there is a small gremlin in there.

Using Claus's Egg Catcher listing off FaceBook.

It misses the first line every time - maybe MEMU needs a small wait before opening/processing the file?

Line 211 fails every time, it looks like the long line before it, 210, has not finished being error checked before the next line is loaded - it misses the first two characters (21) and loads the data into line 1 instead.

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Re: MEMU auto-type

Post by AndyKey » 20 Nov 2013 21:19

Yeah.
Can adjust the default end of line delay if required.
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