Hello Michau, >> to get the most out of such a cartridge, I think it would very useful to >> adapt your IEC kernal extension for all three available adress ranges. >> It would then be possible to use the extension together with for example >> calc result. > > Yes, the cartridge just would need to be able to boot another > cartridge after it initializes itself. But hopefully Calc Result and > other cartridges do not overwrite the kernal vectors, otherwise they > would disable the IEC routines. > The Calc Result Cart does not boot. It just contains data / code that is used by the program. >> Also, as I already mentioned, adding bank 0 to the ram check would be >> nice. >> Adding the CBM-II DOS Wedge (http://sourceforge.net/projects/cbm2wedge/) >> would make it even more useful I think. >> My assembler programming skills are not sufficient for doing so. > > My cartridge already contains this wedge :-) > How is it activated ? Are there other things included ? Chrstian -- Christian Dirks Toast_r@Idealine.info Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2012-05-12 22:00:30
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