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PostPosted: Wed Mar 11, 2020 11:02 pm 

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Easy68k is open source and that is great !

The source is on github but as a zip file. There is an existing pull request from Chris Johnston from 2018 to extract that zip, and have a proper source tree. That would be very helpful indeed.
My request is then: do you intend to approve that PR or, if not, what are the options to contribute enhancements in a way they can be merged into EASy68k ?
I can of course setup my own repo but it would really be better if people could just fork it and then submit PRs to the main repo (normal github process).

I would like to try to make some enhancements. E.g. be able to output object code for the Atari ST range of computers, improve the editor, add options to the assembler, etc. I'm not extremely familiar with C++ but I know C and I worked as a Delphi developer for a few years and the IDE looks exactly the same.
I setup a VM on my pc and can compile it already, I've started reading the assembler's code (and everything makes sense so far).
Thank you!

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