> One question: Is it still possible to use std I/O routines now? Standard I/O (I think I only use CHKIN/CHKOUT & CHRIN/CHROUT now, maybe serialbus routines also) is used unless disk image is created. For one-drive D64 dissolve both read and write are custom, for two-drive just the write is custom. > The reason I ask is that I have the kernal replaced with one with > IEEE488 routines and a custom loader would not work. Why not test it?:-) -Pasi -- "Humor is such a subjective thing, don't you think, Mollari?" -- Cartagia to Londo in Babylon 5:"The Long Night" - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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