Nicolas Welte wrote: > The sources should all be available on the homepage of Thomas Winkler, It seems the file FE3Firmware.zip contains full source code to the menu system: http://vc20final.t-winkler.net/zip/ I've read about even more advanced cartridges for VIC-20 and of course other Commodore computers, so the stream never ends. The question is just which ones fill an economical purpose enough to make a production run and which are just one-off projects. There is even a PET device that hooks it up to a network through the IEEE-488 bus. That one has a rather small Flash ROM but instead of a memory card thus depends on a master computer to load files from. I suppose most kinds of expansions either have been made or have been dismissed as pointless. I don't know what would be feasible and useful. The infamous Z80 cartridge for the C64 comes to my mind. Has there been other CPU families interfaced, and would there be any benefit from e.g. adding an ARM co-pro like some of the Beeb people have done to their BBC Micros? In any case, nice work by Marko! Best regards -- Anders Carlsson Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2012-01-31 13:00:03
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