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Hi all. I've started trying to understand disassemblies (specifically, pokecrystal), and I want to try out some things and do some testing, but I can't for the life of me figure out how to "reassemble" an edited pokecrystal disassembly. I must be missing something, there should be a program that does it, right? Any recommendations? Also, I apologize if this is a fairly newbie question, but we all start somewhere, right? :)
You just need to follow the instructions in INSTALL.md.
Ok...I followed all the instructions...and now I have a new program on my computer that is supposed to convert a disassembly into a rom file? The instructions diddnt make clear how to actually use it to convert an edited document I have saved into a playable rom...could you elaborate?
If you did everything the instructions said—installing cygwin with the right packages, downloading rgbds, and cloning pokecrystal—you should be able to build the ROM just by going to the pokecrystal folder and typing "make" in cygwin.
Hey, I read your question and I got the exact same error you did :0 all you did to fix it was type "git submodule init" and "git submodule update"?
When I type in cygwin "git submodule init" or "git submodule update" I get this error:
fatal: Not a git repository (or any parent up to mount point /cygdrive/c)
Stopping at filesystem boundary (GIT_ DISCOVERY_ACROSS_FILESYSTEM not set)
What does this mean? How do I solve this? I'm clueless :(
Maybe you forgot to install the additional packages: make, git, python, and gettext, for Cygwin(?)
Last edited by YORAMRW (2016-08-20 05:37:06)
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