> If Jeri will include a 65816 option in the board, it will make things > easier for programmers who depend on the '816. I'm hoping she will try > it :-) The more I think about it, the less enticing a 65816 option seems to me, of course I have a Super CPU :-) If Jeri includes a 65816, it needs to be able to replace the SCPU as well as work *with* it. I.e. if a SCPU is present, the card should switch itself into a video accellerator mode instead of a whole-system accellerator, and let the SCPU do the job it was designed for. If a SCPU is NOT present, the card should be able to replace it, and run programs designed for the SCPU without modifications. After all, it's probably easier to add a video driver to a program than it is to rewritre the program to run under a different environment. -- ___________________________________ _____ _____ | _///@@@| | | email@example.com /'//ZZ@@|____ | | |'''/ |'/@7 | | http://home.kscable.com/natedac |`'| `~~' | | | `| .--. | | C64/C128 - What's *YOUR* hobby? | `\____|___\ | | \_ | | |___________________________________ \_____| _____| - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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