Ethan Dicks wrote: > > The KERNEL stubs I have written only support jumps into the 4.0 ROMs. I > haven't had the time to support older ROMs, yet. I do want to, because the > ultimate goal of this project is to prove a high-school friend wrong when he > said that his Apple ][ was better than my PET because , "your PET will never > play Zork." My first PET was a 32K model 2001 w/graphic keyboard. I still > have it. > I had this really cool idea a month ago, but with most of them, nary the time... Make datafiles of all the various ROM contents, then with a cross-locator program; plug in an entry point and what ROM it is from and then make the locator match the code (by scanning up say 5 to 30 'command' bytes and finding suitable matches on the other 'ROMs') thus find the alternate ROMs' entry points. I've converted programs with this very method manually but I don't have the space to have two different model PETs side-by-side running Supermon to do the searches... Comon now, this shoud be a cinch, any takers? - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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