**From:** Rainer Buchty (*rainer_at_buchty.net*)

**Date:** 2007-05-22 15:25:14

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On Tue, 22 May 2007, Scott McDonnell wrote: > Aren't we assuming that only one cartridge at a time is being used? Can you safely assume that? Think of IDE or CMD interfaces, SuperCPU etc. Would you unplug that for the sake of some other peripheral? > But, yes, it should be possible to decode the $DE00-$DEFF and > $DF00-$DFFF addresses even further using a bit more complex circuitry. Decoding is cheap these days. Just use some GAL or CPLD. It only becomes complex if all you have is a bunch of 74138 and 139. > Of course, this is a bit complex for just a text description, I think > and a CPLD would be better suited to handle this. PnP for the C64... I wonder if something like that is possible without breaking too many legacy applications. Rainer Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list

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