The ancient version of gpasm (a cross assembler for PIC) compiled after I updated the paths in the makefile.
I do wonder why an assembler would need to be linked against socketlib though?
I can't really test this one, I've never done PIC assembly and there's no way to program such things from a Raspberry Pi.
Just to see if it works, I guess.
I mean, I am tne guy who recompiled ECCE for 32bit RISC OS.
Just last year, someone was actually looking for PIC tools under RISC OS. And it turns out that gpasm hasn't been updated in a decade anyway, so this code isn't as outdated as I thought.
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