I have a binary file (asm program) that I've been using AppleCommander to place onto a DSK image, which I can then load into AppleWin. The program runs as I'd expect it to, but to use it I need to "BRUN <program>" from the initial Applesoft prompt. I know that the HELLO program on the disk is executed on boot, and that INIT can place the current BASIC program as the HELLO program and thereby run that program on boot. However, I'd like to run my binary file at boot up as if it were HELLO.
I was hoping that would be as easy as naming the startup program HELLO, but no luck. I also can't see a way to call BRUN from a BASIC program, so I'm a little stuck on how to get it to run without writing some type of bootstrapper in place of whatever DOS 3.3 is doing.
Any ideas on how to get the behavior I'm looking for? Thanks!