Hello Silverdr, Monday, June 2, 2014, 10:18:12 PM, you wrote: > > On 2014-06-02 at 02:24:48, Julian Perry (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote: >> I have Inside Commodore DOS - will scan, clean up, and send to you. > Thank you. You can find it at https://farm4.staticflickr.com/3835/14335219982_0076a521d1_o.jpg . I'll post up a tiff later (Flickr decided to convert to jpeg, even though I told it not too- still the resolution is enough to overcome that anyway. I'm afraid my copy is rather "Well loved", and as a result it may not be up to your requirements. >> (At the time, I actually had the book unbound, copied out to a >> ring-bound copy, and reassembled!) Whilst the disassembly contained >> some errors, > If you remember or marked, or can easily find where the errors were > - your inputs would be highly appreciated so that we can correct > them in the finished conversion. We are now only beginning chapter > five of this book so it’ll still be some time before the “original” > conversion is finished but once done - it would be great to have the > material ready for updating and correcting the errors. Had a look, my comments are in the ring-bound version that I wasn't able to lay my hands on. from memory, the main errors lay in some supposedly unused ZP memory locations that actually WERE used. .... .... >> Are you after the scans of any other "Tomes of wisdom", in particular? > Since I started the “Project 64 Reloaded” and it yielded already > some good results, I shall be looking for every position that makes > it to the project’s repository. It’s not like “just about anything” > it is rather about those truly remarkable ones. For the 64/1541 > these are the four I believe are “must haves”: > - Mapping The Commodore 64 > - Commodore 64 Programmer’s Reference Guide > - Das Große Floppybuch zur 1541 > - Inside Commodore DOS My C64 bible was the "Commodore64 whole Memory Guide". The only reference copy I can find is at http://www.amazon.com/Tim-Arnot/e/B00CTN47CS/ref=ntt_dp_epwbk_0 . Little more than a bound fixed-pitch dot-matrix printout, it was a dry, raw, detailed & annotated description & disassembly of every memory location & register in the C64. a PRG on steroids, so to speak. Since it seems rare as rocking-horse crap - any suggestions on how I might go about scanning it? Julian Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2014-06-03 13:00:04
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