.CATD DEC CATBLOCK+8 \ Decrement sector number from 1 to 0 DEC CATBLOCK+2 \ Decrement load address from &0F00 to &0E00 JSR CATL \ Call CATL to load disc sector 1 to &0E00 INC CATBLOCK+8 \ Increment sector number back to 1 INC CATBLOCK+2 \ Increment load address back to &0F00 .CATL LDA #127 \ Call OSWORD with A = 127 and (Y X) = CATBLOCK to LDX #LO(CATBLOCK) \ load disc sector 1 to &0F00 LDY #HI(CATBLOCK) JMP OSWORD .CATBLOCK EQUB 0 \ 0 = Drive = 0 EQUD &00000F00 \ 1 = Data address = &0F00 EQUB 3 \ 5 = Number of parameters = 3 EQUB &53 \ 6 = Command = &53 (read data) EQUB 0 \ 7 = Track = 0 EQUB 1 \ 8 = Sector = 1 EQUB %00100001 \ 9 = Load 1 sector of 256 bytes EQUB 0 \ 10 = The result of the OSWORD call is returned here COPYBLOCK CATD, P%, CATDcode ORG CATDcode + P% - CATDName: CATD [Show more] Type: Subroutine Category: Save and load Summary: Load disc sectors 0 and 1 to &0E00 and &0F00 respectivelyContext: See this subroutine in context in the source code References: This subroutine is called as follows: * Elite loader (Part 1 of 3) calls CATD
This routine is copied to &0D7A in part 1 above. It is called by both the main docked code and the main flight code, just before the docked code, flight code or shup blueprint files are loaded.
Variable CATBLOCK is local to this routine
0 = Drive = 0
Label CATL is local to this routine
Configuration variable: OSWORD = &FFF1
The address for the OSWORD routine