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Uhmm, hey Guys ('n Girls)
After my 3 month hacking-break I have forgotten something...
How do I write .bat fils correctl to apply ASM to my ROM?
I tried: "WallJump.asm xkas.exe SMW.smc"
and also : "xkas.exe WallJump.asm SMW.smc"
But I know I have forgoten something in front of all this...
And after it,too...

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You can just use Xkas GUI to apply asm patches.
The correct way would be:

Xkas patch.asm romname.smc
@pause


though the @pause isn't really needed, its just so you can see any errors.
Originally posted by lolcats439
You can just use Xkas GUI to apply asm patches.

Please. Don't. It's actually inefficient, outdated (?) and known to be buggy.


That'll do it actually, but if you want you can add "@pause" to the end of it to make it so it doesn't close immediately. Doesn't really matter.
Originally posted by Maxx
Originally posted by lolcats439
You can just use Xkas GUI to apply asm patches.

Please. Don't. It's actually inefficient, outdated (?) and known to be buggy.


How is it buggy (or inefficient)? It's worked perfectly for me so far.
Thanks, (searching for name...) Ladida (HA! When I've seen the picture I've thought of Ladeeeeedaaa or something!), and thanks for the Xkas GUI tip, but I have already known its excistance and its buginess and its outdatiness(?!).

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Though Noobish has fixed the regular insertion bugs, the free space algorithm is faulty, and thus may miscalculate free space needed. Plus you're depending on the fact that xkas GUI is 100% sure of what are hijacks and what is free space, which both use org. In any case, it'd still be better to use standard xkas, it's more dependable, and gives you the command prompt experience you'll need to run other tools.

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Originally posted by Ultimaximus
Though Noobish has fixed the regular insertion bugs, the free space algorithm is faulty, and thus may miscalculate free space needed. Plus you're depending on the fact that xkas GUI is 100% sure of what are hijacks and what is free space, which both use org. In any case, it'd still be better to use standard xkas, it's more dependable, and gives you the command prompt experience you'll need to run other tools.


Oh, so just the freespace setter is buggy? I agree, but that's really the only thing wrong with it. I always use slogger and set the freespace manually, then patch with Xkas GUI.

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