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So, I'll go first! I've changed build.bat to make AS output the errors to a separate file (s2.log) using the -E switch, instead of outputting them in the console. AS will delete the file if there are no errors, so it is possible to test the presence of this file to determine if there were build errors/warnings. Having the errors in a file makes it easy to see all the errors, because the console may cut off the start of the errors if there are too many. It will also make it easier for starters to share their errors. Is this a good idea?
Another change I'd like to see is having the code split to several .asm files. If you've worked with the modified version of Hivebrain's Sonic 1 disassembly targetting AS, you may have remarked that when the messages appear, they can be lost (because the console's output is cut off) when there are a lot of files processed after that error. I believe outputting the error messages to a separate file will solve this problem and allow us to split the code without too many worries. What do you think?