Re: Multi-ROM built, what now?

From: MikeS <>
Date: Mon, 3 Jun 2013 11:46:46 -0500
Message-ID: <B4A1EA926F664022B676650EC3F6D419@vl420mt>
BASIC7, definitely!

Has it ever been ported to the C64?

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Steve Gray 
  Sent: Monday, June 03, 2013 8:27 AM
  Subject: Re: Multi-ROM built, what now?

  What no votes for porting the Plus/4's "3+1" software? ;-)

  I think BASIC7 would be my choice. For sheer impressiveness I'd say what about GEOS?! (is it even feasible?)


    From: "Baltissen, GJPAA (Ruud)" <>
    To: "''" <> 
    Sent: Monday, June 3, 2013 2:20:33 AM
    Subject: Multi-ROM built, what now?

    Hallo allemaal,

    Yesterday I sent an email from home but this morning I didn't see it in my box. So once again...

    I finished building the hardware enabling me to choose a ROM combination. This can be done using an extra 6522. This also means I can implement a ROM that needs more than the standard 16 KB using the paging method. But now the question: where can I use it for?

    I have give it a thought myself and had some ideas but none that brought me in the "YES !!!" mood:
    - using the experience I have with 1541IDE to couple a harddisk directly to a VIC-20. 
    - a Pascal or C interpreter/compiler instead of of BASIC
    - integrating BASIC 7.0 
    - LUnix or André's GeckoOS

    I'm also busy with soldering an ISA interface so the software for coupling a harddisk directly to a VIC-20 has to be programmed anyway but then I will use the memory available on the ISA bus. As I will use a 65816 as well, no paging needed.

    So your input is more then welcome !!!

    Then especially for Boisy: where can I get your PCB? The VIC-20 has a 6502 so replacement shouldn't be a problem. TIA!

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      / /  |_/    Groetjes, Ruud Baltissen
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