On 11/11/2014 3:11 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > On Tuesday 11 November 2014, 22:05:54 email@example.com wrote: >> On 2014-11-11 22:01, The Doctor wrote: >>> On 11/11/2014 05:56 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: >>>> even back in the days when commodore was still an active company, >>>> every decent programming book contained the full kernal (and >>>> sometimes also basic) sourcecode/disassembly with comments. it >>>> becoming a problem 30 years later is >>> If this is the case, it might be fruitful to go searching for e-copies >>> of some of these books. Perhaps they're available at archive.org or >>> something (like, for example, Lou Sanders' books are). >> This is the case but the disassembly done by (seemingly late..) Lee >> Davison is by far the best ever. And we have it already in text/plain >> format. > imho having it in some format that can be assembled into an actual binary is a > must these days - as that is the only (sane) way to make sure it doesnt > contain errors. > I'm highly in favor of this, for the reasons noted. I'm also in favor of this being stuffed in git somewhere and cloned all over. I agree with Nate that atrophy kills a lot of this stuff, but if it were all in a nice packaged solution that could be cloned on a regular basis, it would never die. Jim -- Jim Brain email@example.com www.jbrain.com Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2014-11-12 04:00:02
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