Hi gang, On Nov 10, 2013, at 3:46 PM, email@example.com wrote: > Does JiffyDOS speed up reading/writing or only LOAD/SAVE? JiffyDOS specifically speeds up the transfer of data bytes on the Commodore serial bus. For compatibility reasons commands are sent using the stock Commodore protocol, but all actual data transfers (both in and out of the computer) are sped up unless the peripheral in question does not speak the JiffyDOS protocol. > Also, looking for a standalone Jiffy protocol implementation I found [SJLOAD] but doesn’t seem to find the SAVE counterpart, even if it’s been mentioned in some discussion threads. Does anyone know of its whereabout? As far as I know it’s only got “load” in the name because that’s the most common use case. I was under the impression that it is a (perhaps minimally) complete implementation and can both read and write data at JD speeds. Does its home page actually, explicitly claim otherwise? Regards, Gordon -- The world’s only gsteemso Agitator-in-chief for the Seattle Retro-Computing Society http://www.seattleretrocomputing.com/ Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2013-11-11 02:00:02
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