Hallo allemaal, Thinking it over and over again I decided to stop with the IDE-project. The main reason is very simple: it will cost me a lot of time, time which I don't have so much. So my only contribution for the moment will be the interface itself. Because the time needed, I would have to give up several other projects which I'm working on, some of them I already put a lot of work in and I don't want to loose that. One of them would be PC-Disk3 and PC-Flop. The last project is connecting the PC (LPT-port) to a C= thru a 1541-board only using the I/O-pins normally used to steer the stepping-motor and head. So with the exception of some sockets, connector and wire, no additional HW is needed. Like with connecting an IDE direct to a C= or thru a 1541-board, the core of the software for the PC is the same for both projects. I said "for the moment" as I still can contribute to the IDE-project if there is anyone willing to take it over from me. Something for you Levente? You always will get support on the HW, no doubts about that. For the SW, PC-Flop uses a 1541-board. This simply means that the same research has to be done for this project as for the 1541/IDE-project. Our ways would go apart the moment we have reached the jump-table I mentioned in earlier mails. I hope I haven't disappointed anyone but sometimes you have to make choices in life and you don't have to like everyone of them. Groetjes, Ruud - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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