> On 2016-01-22, at 16:15, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > >>> In any case - as written already - if only PEEKing the locations is >>> needed, then this isn't even needed at all. >> Hm? If you want to grab a Byte from the C64 memory, then you still need >> to take over the bus and unless you don't care about crashes, you need >> to do it by the book. > > if you actually want to read from the internal RAM .... but if all you want is > knowing what was written, you can just connect some latches in parallel and > get the value(s) from that instead (for ranges where you get a write enable on > the expansion port). Exactly. Also - to make it even simpler - AFAIR (well - it's been ages ago) I didn't even monitor the R_W - just latched the values whenever address-bus bit pattern matched. -- SD! Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2016-01-22 17:00:10
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