Re: git repository

From: A. Fachat <>
Date: Fri, 27 Dec 2013 01:38:38 +0100
Message-ID: <2234021.RjWYxFz8Yq@euler>
Hi Spiro,

is this project still ongoing?

You have hereby permission to put the PET BASIC 1 ROM disassembly from into 
the your system. Just to start the PET ROM section :-)
Comments mostly in the IEEE section (which I analyzed to build the VICE BASIC1 
patch to enable IEEE488 on those emulated machines)

I would give you permission to the others at too, but I 
don't know where they are from...

I had always wondered, if not a database-based solution would be better for 
that than a git solution, at least for visualization - but didn't have the 
time to implement one myself.


On Sunday 23 June 2013 14:57:15 Spiro Trikaliotis wrote:
> > Hello Tod,
> * On Fri, Jun 21, 2013 at 09:19:29PM -0500 Tod D. Ihde wrote:
> > On 6/21/2013 2:13 PM, Spiro Trikaliotis wrote:
> > >If wanted, I could put a git server on my web. Additionally, I could put
> > >my reversed sources on the web. I fear people are starting this over and
> > >over again. Instead of everyone doing it on his own (and stopping
> > >somewhere in between), it would be good if people could cooperate.
> > 
> > I set up a git repo on my server for a project I was working on; if
> > you did set one up on yours, I'd love to mirror yours to mine.
> Ok, here you are:
> Currently, only git access is possible, that is, the command
>   git clone cbmrom.spiro
> will create the directory cbmrom.spiro with the current snapshot of the
> git.
> I am willing to put other commented disassemblies of ROMs there,
> provided that I get permission from the respective author (of the
> disassembly, that is) to do so.
> Even uncommented disassemblies are welcome, especially for machines
> and/or devices not currently included (that is, any PET machine and
> peripheral, Bxxx, Pxxx, C16 / C116 / Plus/4, unknown ROM variants, C128,
> ...
> If anyone wants to help adding commentary to the existing (or future)
> sources, you're highly welcome.
> Regards,
> Spiro.

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