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scasm tutorial

Hi to all,
i am designing city sceneries for cfs2, and i am searching the scasm tutorial made sometimes ago by Andreas Klisch, can someone inform me about how can i get it or other useful tutorials on the same argument?
More, i have a specific question: i am designing apis of urban blocks using Eod 1.0.25 and Citybuilder by Jens Wilke, in order to achieve better frame rates, but i am getting out of range error from Scasm for a large (100+ Kb) macro, in the reference of Scasm i have found that similar cases require an intermediate jump in the code: how can i apply it??
Thanks and Regards,


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It's a very long time ago I used that tutorial. I tried to search on the internet for it, but it seems all links to it are broken. I don't have an offline copy myself I am afraid.

I am also not aware of other SCASM tutorials. There are very few people nowadays who still make their scenery directly in SCASM.

Can you post your exact error? I think it is a line buffer overflow error. That can be solved by adding this command at the top:

Set( LINBUF 20000 )

The exact value (20000) might need to be even higher sometimes.