In this article we’ll have a look at how to install ROOL DDE correctly on different RISC OS releases to make sure it works to the best of its capabilities.
Tag Archives: Programming on RISC OS
RISC OS: Using the Acorn / ROOL Desktop Debugging Tool DDT (part 2)
This is the second part or the Acorn / ROOL Desktop Debugging Tool (DDT) introduction. In this article we’ll have a look at what are and how to set breakpoints during our debugging session.
RISC OS: Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (part 1)
With this post we start a relatively long journey of experimentation with AI and ML on ARM processors using an Operating System (OS) that is extremely minimalistic and supports Cooperative Multitasking: RISC OS.
RISC OS: Using the Acorn / ROOL Desktop Debugging Tool DDT (part 1)
This is the first part of an introductory tutorial to one of the first RISC OS Desktop Debugging Tool (DDT) available in the original Acorn Desktop Development Environment suite (DDE) and now on the RISC OS Open DDE.
RISC OS: Introduction to the ARM AIF object file format
In this post we’ll see some details about the ARM Image File Format (or AIF) useful to new RISC OS software developers when coding with Assembly and/or compiled languages.