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Conversation Between cooley and Melash
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  1. Melash
    September 7th, 2009 02:39 PM
    Melash
    I have a ton of ideas for great programs that could be made for the GameBoy Color...I might send you a PM later, if you don't mind.

  2. cooley
    September 6th, 2009 04:54 PM
    cooley
    Yeah, sure do!

  3. Melash
    September 6th, 2009 04:32 PM
    Melash
    Ah...I see what you mean. Just wondering, do you use VisualBasic for your programming?

  4. cooley
    September 6th, 2009 02:41 PM
    cooley
    If I do make one, it would be the exact as score_under's version because #dynamic is HARRRD to code. It basically take about 1000 lines at least. HackMew can make one, but he's not a hacker of Gold so...Unless he makes just the compiler and I can do the rest, like commands and command recognition when compiling. But since he's a really busy person, I won't ask.

    Basically this is what needs to happen.

    create a "Commands.txt" or any extension file.
    Make the program read the whole script, then start at line one.
    At line one, it would search the commands.txt file for the rightful command.**
    Then write the Hex value to the ROM, and any other parameters.***

    **For this to be possible, you have to write it in a format like:

    47|Loadfont|Loads Font into RAM|No parameters

    ***Once it finds it. It should split it into 4 parts. And it writes whatever is in part one to the ROM (47).

    Phew... Hopefully you understand now how hard it is

  5. Melash
    September 6th, 2009 02:32 PM
    Melash
    Hmm...I've never really used PKSV, so I'm not sure how much it would help, or if I would use it. It seems to be a great start, but I really think a whole new editor could be very useful...

  6. cooley
    September 6th, 2009 02:29 PM
    cooley
    I don't have enough knowledge to make a completely new script editor...
    But I did compile Hex to a .Txt file based on what was in the textbox, but unfortunately it wasn't that good.

    This is how it would work:

    #org 0x125A00
    faceplayer
    loadfont
    2writetext 0xZZZZ
    closetext
    loadmovesprites
    end

    When you're done, you click Done or Okay. Then it will replace the ZZZZ with real offsets based on what the starting one is. in this case it'll be 0x125A09

  7. Melash
    September 6th, 2009 02:19 PM
    Melash
    Really? I think I could help you out with that, by sharing ideas and giving you any offsets or information you need. Also, do you mean making a completely new program, or one that helps PKSV. I think it would be really great if you were to make a good scripting program, and even made it compatible with GoldMap. You should also ask hackers on this site to get any suggestions and whatnot.

  8. cooley
    September 6th, 2009 01:28 PM
    cooley
    Oh okay. I was going to make a program that helps make scripts in PKSV, like dynamic scripts or something.

  9. Melash
    September 6th, 2009 12:49 PM
    Melash
    No, I don't. I use Hex for pretty much everything. I've looked at PKSV once, but it seems to be easier to just open up a file in a hex editor and do it that way.

  10. cooley
    September 6th, 2009 12:21 PM
    cooley
    Hey, no problem. Can I ask you something though? Do you script with PKSV?


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