email@example.com (Andre Fachat) wrote: > In VICE, only the 2001 must be overworked, because it's IEEE488 in the ROM is > completely broken (well at least load/save), so I have to hack VICE > to catch this. Yes, the 1.0 ROMs could not load/save from disk. Only tape. And it has some timing bugs there too. Btw, for proper emulation of the 2001, you should make a character ROM with (for upper/lowercase mode) the upper and lowercase characters swapped. When they swapped those in the 30xx machines, all programs with lowercase characters broke. And they turned Li into lI, which looks a lot worse ;-) > I hope at least that the stuff about 8096 in PETio.doc is enough, because > then the 8096, ie. $FFF0 register seems - to my testing :-) - be fully > functional. It should be. Another thing. This weekend I got a 8032 (a square one, finally) with some kind of graphics board. Unfortunately I did not write down the company name it had printed on it. But I don't think it was a VisMem board (it didn't say so, at least). Also unfortunately the machine does not work. I guess I should try the board in another machine and hope that that works. > Have a look at the next release! I certainly will. > Andre -Olaf. -- ___ Olaf 'Rhialto' Seibert rhialto(at)mbfys-dot-kun.nl "I would be dead in \X/ a week if I didn't do /something/. I'd be splattered all over the walls."
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