Re: Basic compilers on PET?

From: Nicolas Welte (
Date: 2000-10-27 13:43:07

Marko Mäkelä wrote:
> On Mon, 16 Oct 2000, Larry Anderson wrote:
> > Maybe its either DTL Basic or Austrospeed? not sure how old Austrospeed
> > (Blitz in the US) is, but that's the only one I know that gives any sort
> > of line number reference when an error or break occurs.
> If you or anyone else is interested, I can send a copy of one of the
> programs.  It was quite difficult to get the whole software to run on
> VICE: true 8050 drive emulation has to be enabled, or otherwise
> (apparently due to some bugs in the disk and/or relative file handling of
> VICE) the program fails.

I'd like to have a look at them. BTW, I think I also encountered that
VICE bug, when I tried to run C64-Superbase from an emulated 8250 or
SFD1001. File access inside Superbase only worked with true drive
emulation switched on. My "customer" was not very happy about this,
because he only has a slow and old PC that is just able to run VICE at
100% without drive emulation.

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