From: Gabor Lenart (lgb_at_lgb.hu)
Date: 2005-04-21 08:02:21
Hi Steve, On Wed, Apr 20, 2005 at 06:02:29PM -0600, Steve Judd wrote: > Gabor, > > Out of curiosity, why not use a 65816? It does most of the things you > mention. It can do 24-bit addressing directly, or you can specify which :) yes, you're right, however it's the "8 bit theory": it's not the PC world "don't fast enough? buy faster processor. out of memory? Buy more memory". I would like to solve things with MINOR modofications only. Exchange the CPU is not in this area ;-) > 64k bank to be used for programs and/or memory addressing. Zero page can > be relocated anywhere in bank 0, so you can have multiple zero-page areas. > You can also move the stack around, etc. It's implemented via registers > in a pretty straightforward way. Sure, I know 65816 programming, but thanks for your advice anyway :) - Gábor Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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