Atari VCS Programming in Xcode, Revisited

I’ve finally updated my Xcode Tools for Atari VCS Development, such that syntax coloring works in Xcode 3.1. Apple keeps changing the specifications for it, so every version I have to figure out how it works again and retool. This is just a pointer post for those of you who keep track of such things.

Atari VCS Programming in Xcode

Software that makes it easier to make Atari games on your Mac

Download forMac OS X Leopard, Xcode 3.1 60 kb – Mac OS X 10.5 Download forMac OS X Leopard, Xcode 3.0 56 kb – Mac OS X 10.5 Download forMac OS X Tiger 69 kb – Mac OS X 10.4 Don’t you wish programming Atari VCS games on OS X was easier? I’m sure it’s a question that keeps you… read more

Atari VCS Programming in TextMate

An easier way to make Atari games on your Mac

Download the TextMate Atari VCS Support Installer (Mac OS X 10.5+, 60k) Several years ago I was really getting heavily into Atari VCS programming—for teaching, for art, and for research on Racing the Beam. VCS programming is notoriously hard at first, but like anything once you get the hang of it, it feels natural. What never felt natural, however, was… read more