Hello! email@example.com wrote: > Are you interested in a physical card with the implementation of the 8088 coprocessor that you can plug into your existing CBM II or > something else? Yes, exactly. > The cores are available for the 8088 (how good they are of course is another matter...) but not for the 6525 and 6526 chips (although > these appear to fairly straightforward). I notice that the firmware and reverse-engineered schematics are available for this board. The > 8288 and 8284 are not straightforward, and the 8087 will be virtually impossible (without a significant amount of time and effort) > although I rather suspect that most of the available software does not use the 8087 maths coprocessor as it was an expensive item back in > those times. 8087 did not work in the original board anyway, so me can safely omit it. > I can't help thinking this is not going to be too easy - but let me chew it over for a while... Sure, let me know! Regards, Michau. Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2012-04-22 22:00:05
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