Copyleft (K) 2008, Jose Rodriguez-Rosa (a.k.a. Boriel) http://www.boriel.com
All files within this project are covered under de LGPL3-like LICENSE (Read http://www.gnu.org/licenses/lgpl.html).
You can create closed-source (even commercial ones!) programs with this compiler (a mention to this tool will be welcome, though). But you are not allowed to release the compiler itself as a closed Source program.
If you modify this project (the compiler .py, .asm or whathever) files in any way you MUST publish the changes you made and submit your contribution to the community under the same license.
This is a very little help file.
For DOCUMENTATION in English go to the ZX BASIC Wiki: http://www.zxbasic.net
For help, support, updates meet the community at my forum: http://www.boriel.com/forum/zx-basic-compiler
Go to the ZXBasic download page http://www.boriel.com/wiki/en/index.php/ZX_BASIC:Archive and get the version most suitable for you.
This tools are completely written in python, so you will need a python interpreter (available on many platforms).
Just copy them in a directory of your choice and installation is done. :-) For Windows users there is also a binary .MSI installation, which does not need python installed.
These are some people who has contributed in a way or another. I consider some of them co-authors (Britlion, LCD) of this project.
Andre Adrian [adrianandre AT compuserve.de] from which I ripped the 32 bits Z80 MULT and DIV routines. See: http://www.andreadrian.de/oldcpu/Z80_number_cruncher.html
Matthew Wilson [matthew AT mjwilson.demon.co.uk] and Andy [fract AT zx-81.co.uk] from comp.sys.sinclair for their help on ROM FP-CALC usage.
Mulder http://www.worldofspectrum.org/forums/member.php?u=1369 from World Of Spectrum for finding the nasty PRINT AT bug and the GTU8 bug. See: http://www.worldofspectrum.org/forums/showthread.php?p=278416&posted=1#post278416
Compiuter http://www.speccy.org/foro/memberlist.php?mode=viewprofile&u=73 from Speccy.org for finding a bug in PRINT OVER 1 routine.
Britlion http://www.boriel.com/forum/member/britlion/ for his HUGE contribution (both in optimizations, ideas and libraries).
LCD http://members.inode.at/838331/index.html Author of the BorIDE, which has also made many contributions to the project.
There are several more contributions (e.g. Thanks to them for their intensive testing!). And thank you all (the entire community) for your interest!
If you have contributed in some way to this project, please, tell me so I'll add you to this list.