I'm using fuse-emulator on Ubuntu. In a book of type-in programs, some are spread across multiple files. There is a "loader" (usually setting up graphics or some machine code parts) which ends with
load "". On cassette, this would then load then next program that would normally be the main code for the program.
Is there a way to accommodate this in Fuse? I've tried replacing the empty string with the name of the next file to load but Fuse seems to get stuck and repeats "Program: (original program)".
I save/"compile" the listings to
.TAP format using zmakebas utility.
As an example
10 PRINT "loader program" 20 LOAD "part2"
saved as "part1.bas", converted to .TAP with
zmakebas -a 10 -n "part1" -o "part1.tap" part1.bas
10 PRINT "main program" 20 PRINT "finished"
saved as "part2.bas" and converted with
zmakebas -a 10 -n "part2" -o "part2.tap" part2.bas
but I can't seem to get the second file to load.