From: Patrycjusz R. Łogiewa (silverdr_at_inet.com.pl)
Date: 2005-08-18 23:36:04
On 2005-08-18, at 20:22, Richard wrote: >> >> [...] Regarding the PET/CBM, one >> can make an interface to be plugged on its expansionport. >> > > Well, if it comes down to "you can always make your own board", then > I'm still limited by available time. Making the board wouldn't probably be that difficult as writing the firmware for it... As far as I perceive the coding style of the current main IDE64 programmer - I think it's not written with portability in mind and even if it was it's still handcrafted assembler code, which is certainly not written by Marko... > I am looking for something that > I can *purchase*, something that's already manufactured that I can > plug into the CBM and into a PC for transferring files. So far I have > only found pointers to other people's designs, but no hardware that > can be purchased. Money I got. Time I don't got. This is usually either or choice and many people can relate to this ;-) -- Save the internet, append -inurl:blog to all google searches! Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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