Hallo Jeri, I'm offering my help. My backgrounds: I studied computer-HW and worked with HW until the Gulf-war. (No kidding, some lunatic shot a granate right thru our office in Kuwait. This and the after affects caused the company I worked for to go bankrupt :( ) I focused on SW, mainly Oracle, but kept interested in HW. But practically I'm still used to think in gates and working with standard TTL-IC's. > I am having a hard time deciding where to plug this thing in. I > actually started the project AS a super C64 on a chip or two. Mostly my > design has been around VIC compatible registers on a much faster buss. If I > hack this into a C64 then I'm stuck with that configuration(memory map) in > the S-C64. Personally I like to see first something that could replace the original VIC-II. The knowledge gained with this design (and other sepperate designs) could be used to build your S64. But, to be honnest, I don't understand your remark "I'm stuck with that configuration(memory map)". Please explain. > Any help people can give with the original VIC internals will be very > helpfull. Sorry, I don't know anything about the video-part at all. I even don't know the words "copper" and "blitter". I have been busy designing a REU using standard TTL-IC's. Maybe this is a part I can focus on. The problem probably will be how to translate my idea's in something you can use for your VHDL. Groetjes, Ruud - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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