DTV v1

Turbo Macro Pro Sep'06/Style

Release Date: Sep 30, 2006
Platform: C64, DTV v1, DTV v2
Type: tool

Style releases Turbo Macro Pro Sep'06, the complete package with the entire Turbo Macro Pro suite of assemblers, now at v1.2. Main features added in this package include IDE64 compatibility, illegal opcodes, PTV/Hummer opcodes, a status line switcher, and a new "TMPPREFS" utility that replaces the preferences (BA+p) menu in the assembler. The most significant bug erased in v1.2 is a proper fix for the infamous line zero block-kill crasher that dates back to the original Omikron assembler.

Must See DTV/Style

Release Date: Nov 12, 2005
Platform: DTV v1
Type: demo

Style releases Must See DTV, the final version of the first demo for the DTV (v1), originally shown and released at SWRAP 2005 on September 17. The demo is a showcase of the “cblast” technique invented by Six/Style, and offers a glimpse of some of the new effects possible with the DTV. Enjoy!

Turbo Macro Pro Oct'05/Style

Release Date: Oct 29, 2005
Platform: C64, DTV v1, DTV v2
Type: tool

Style releases Turbo Macro Pro Oct'05, the complete package with the entire Turbo Macro Pro suite of mods, now at v1.1. The most notable additions to the TMP suite: new DTV v2 (PAL DTV or PTV) mod using 512k of the PTV's himem; major DTV mod bug fix; .include fixed in all versions; list-labels output to SEQ fixed; list-labels-vice added to output labels in VICE monitor compatible format; 2mhz/VIC blanking during assembly.

Must See DTV 90%/Style

Release Date: Sep 17, 2005
Platform: DTV v1
Type: demo

Turbo Macro Pro+DTV v1.0a/Style

Release Date: Dec 15, 2004
Platform: DTV v1
Type: tool

A minor update (v1.0a) to Turbo Macro Pro+DTV, mainly bug fixes. Use this version instead of v1.0, but get the v1.0 file anyway so you also have the full documentation...

Turbo Macro Pro+DTV v1.0/Style

Release Date: Dec 5, 2004
Platform: DTV v1
Type: tool

Style releases Turbo Macro Pro+DTV, a powerful new version of our ruling Turbo Assembler mod series. TMP+DTV takes advantage of the 64k extra hi-mem in the DTV to enable a rapid code-test-code cycle with nearly full use of the DTV's c64-mem by swapping banks. Load object files and assemble directly to the hi-mem, start your project, then return back to the editor+source which was safely preserved in hi-mem.

Code like you mean it - on the metal! TMP+DTV: A little bit of Style in the palm of your hand.

Coding c64? Check it out...

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