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PostPosted: Tue Apr 24, 2007 11:58 am 
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That is an interesting project aswell, although I feel in this particular case I don't intend to build on an existing ROM. Although it would be cool to have the option to chose between for instance TFC and AR style monitor plug-ins ...


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Hmm, what about asking CountZero to give away the source? I hurts a bit that someone spends his time on disassembling something of which a source exists (I have it). Well, unless Fix really wants to disassemble this thing for educational purposes ;)


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source code sharing takes away all the fun :P


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Hmm, what about asking CountZero to give away the source? I hurts a bit that someone spends his time on disassembling something of which a source exists (I have it). Well, unless Fix really wants to disassemble this thing for educational purposes ;)


I have sent him an e-mail long time ago, no answer...
So maybe he didn't get the mail, but I think he don't want to give the source.

So you have his source ?

Guess CZ did disassemble the AR Cart himself :-)


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hannenz wrote:
i am planning to do my own rr-rom - totally from scratch

That's cool and the idea sounded nice. Too bad you deleted your hard drive. Is there anyone doing anything towards what is discussed in this thread?

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i don't intend to include a special (1541-) fastlload since i have installed 64er-DOS anyway and don't need any speed-up.

So you were just making the ROM for yourself?

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save the whole REU-Content via a rs232 line to a null-modem-connected PC

Well, of course this should be doable also using the RR-Net.

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this is how dW intends to use the flash filesystem on his super snapshot clone.

Who is dW and what is this clone?

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I'm totally for a 100% modular framework. ROM "CORE" which supports plugins and program flashing. Native commands could be %FLS for showing a list of currently flashed programs.

Limited modularity is provided by the FlashROM being divided into 16K sectors that can be erased and programmed independently. The upcoming version of my utility ROM will allow the user to flash a single program of his/her choice into the upper 32K half of the ROM bank occupied by it. Normally that space is unused because the ROM is 32 kilobytes.

However, in practice a ROM that allows the user to freely plug components in and out, would have to re-create (a major part of) itself every time changes are made and then reflash pretty much everything. As for the new commands, I definitely want to see a proper BASIC extension like TFR does and not any start-with-special-character getchar-hack.

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 29, 2007 3:16 pm 
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FMan wrote:
hannenz wrote:
i am planning to do my own rr-rom - totally from scratch

That's cool and the idea sounded nice. Too bad you deleted your hard drive. Is there anyone doing anything towards what is discussed in this thread?

Not that I know of, currently..


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this is how dW intends to use the flash filesystem on his super snapshot clone.

Who is dW and what is this clone?

dW/Style, check this thread for full info: http://retrohackers.org/forum/viewtopic ... 77&start=5


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As for the new commands, I definitely want to see a proper BASIC extension like TFR does and not any start-with-special-character getchar-hack.

Why not. What's the benefit of using BASIC extension and how is it done?


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Well, handle the commands like the BASIC interpreter does. It is just lame to use a hack. :lol:

Latest posts in the snapshot clone thread in October... another dead project. :?

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