There is not much in this update. First of all, you’ll see a few improvements to the UDG Editor that DamienG requested.
Second, while making a few fixes about the SimpleCON device, a bug is also fixed.
But if you came here via BasinC’s own update check reminder, congratz (to both of us)! it’s good right =) Please leave a comment. Do you think basinc will benefit from improved internet functions? And mention your own ideas. (if you are not–don’t forget to enable update check under Tools > Basinc Options > Basinc Network).
Download latest release here: Portable Download ZIP File, with examples and fonts etc. –Extract to any folder and run.
Download Installer Exe Automatic light install and Uninstall (InnoSetup) -Note: inno didn’t include autoback folder so you have to manually add it to installation folder or disable auto backup in options (or you get errors every 3 minutes)
// Added - UDG Editor Window, "Save" file option, CTRL+S, CTRL+O shortcuts, keeps track of open file and notify if there is a pixel modified as * in the title bar.
// Fixed - SimpleCON register couldn't be displayed as text because it was initialized as 0, now it is spaces.
// Changed-SimpleCON window was popping up in every character output. Now it only pops up when linefeed.
// Fixed - Profile window was showing wrong token in strings. (reported by: lippmaje)
// 1.79.2 (19.05.2022)
// Added - Basin Update Check (disabled by default, enable in Options)
How to manually install?
Just unzip the file somewhere you have write access to. (basin keep backups your programs automatically in autoback folder).
How to upgrade?
Unzip this archive into a *new* folder. Carry your old “basinc.ini” file so your settings could be retained.
This archive does not include a basinc.ini configuration file, it will not overwrite it. But it has include snippets file. Be careful not to overwrite your old snippets.dat file.
// 1.79.2 (19.05.2022)
// Added – Basin Update Check (disabled by default, enable in Options) – basin can now notify updates.
// 1.79.1 (19.05.2022)
// Added – BasinC Snippets
// Changed – SimpleCon behaviour. Not port 1515 commands sets the byte *then* increment the index. Port 1259,0 feeds the line to the log instead of 255. See examples folder.
// 1.78 (24.10.2021)
// Fixed – IF x THEN REM couldn’t parsed by basinc, now patched, but may present new issues, due it’s just a workaround.
// Fixed – When you execute a direct command, basic was corrupted temporarily. It’s fixed by removing a wild syntax cropper.
Well, this one is again just a quick update. Some bug fixes and minor improvoments.
A visible addendum is Project Notes Editor. It’s just a workaround to add remarks/comments to your project. Note that comments will only saved with BAS files.
Also I’ve added keyboard toggle options for tool windows. For more information please see the changelog below.
BasinC Emulator 1.77 – Download
A reminder: This archive does not contain basinc.ini file. You may copy your old ini file into basinc 1.77 folder or basinc will create a new ini file for you.
Do not merge old basinc folder with this one. Create a clean folder for this version to work.
If you desperately need your old preferences, just rename your old basin.ini file as basinC.ini and copy it into new basinc 1.7 folder. Basinc will upgrade your ini file as it exits. Some of your preferences may be lost in the process.
// BasinC v1.7 20.11.2017
// Added new toolbar buttons
// Added toggle breakpoint navigation buttons (see view menu)
// Added auto backup feature. Basinc saves your work in the background every 3 minutes.
// it keeps 10 copies going back up to 30 minutes in /autoback folder.
// To turn this feature off, use: Options > Filing > Auto Backup
// Changed – Basinc now requires basinC.bin and basinC.ini rather than old basin.ini.
This release is an untested alpha release (ok, actually, every basin release might be marked as Alpha).
Not worth for 1.7 glory, you may see some icons missing and some functionalities reduced because I planned to make them better, yet failed to complete all the work. Basinc demands more time that I don’t have.
The project is not abandoned. V1.7 will hit the sinclair basic scene someday in the future 😀
btw. I can accept fancier toolbar icons. Comment or email me if you are interested.
Snaptotap is *the* converter for Zx Spectrum snapshot formats for modern day user.
Snap to tap converts your zx spectrum memory images into standard code blocks where you can then load from *any* source and resume your zx spectrum program from where you left.
As they are ready to run, compressed and auto-decompressing memory images, you can transfer code blocks to/from +3 disk images, sdcards, over serial network connections, tapes, microdrives or any other media.
The only downside is this method only works for 48k images for now.
SnapToTap Version 2.4 Windows Binary Portable release (no installation required) Download (220kb zip file)
Here is a tutorial converting a SNA snapshot into +3 disk image: Watch tutorial (11MB xvid codec avi file)
Also, please read “usage.txt” file inside the archive.
For technical description please see the old version enrty:
Sadece çemberin içindekilerin haberdar olduğu bir bilgisayar Jupiter Ace. Yaratıcıları Richard Altwasser ve Steve Vickers. Altwasser, Zx Spectrum, Zx81, zx spectrum +3 ve birkaç amstrad makinesinin de tasarımını yapmış biri. Vickers ise zx80/81 rom’unu yazan ekipten. Bunlar zx81’in çılgın satışlarından etkileniyorlar. “Yahu bu makineyi biz yaptık, sinclair ekmeğini yiyor biz maaşa talim ediyoruz.” mantığından yola çıkarak Jupiter Ace’i tasarlıyorlar.
Please read the readme and what’s new file in the archive.
Please note, if help doesn’t show up, you should unblock the chm archive. Just go to the basinc directory, right click “basin.chm” file and choose “Unblock”.
Changed – Version information changed to more standard “version.revision” form.
Changed – Autostart bas files is now disabled by default (options>files)
Fixed – Snapshot loading
Fixed – Broken Ulaplus behaviour (aowen)
Fixed – Broken Sinclair stripes when using double size fonts (paddy)
Fixed – Missing Border icons on Screen Paintbox (paddy)
Fixed – Token Table Index (paddy)
Fixed – String parsing bug. Eg. “LOAD STR$ n CODE” was parsed as “LOAD STR$ ncode” (paddy)
Fixed – Ulaplus port read fails
Added – “Export Tap…” option to File menu. (quickly saves basic as a tap file)
Added – UlaPlus Palette Editor for editing colours in ULAplus registers. (see tools menu)
Added – Indenting. Warning: EXPERIMENTAL – press F2 to enable/toggle. (see options menu)
Added – New functionality test / usage bas programs (see Examples>BAS>Basinc folder)
Added – Autostart, Save with autostart options are now retained between sessions.
Added – Spanish language for main screen. (by Sergio Baldoví)