> > > Two remark about emulators: > > - you don't wear out the original machine > > - IMHO develloping software for the C= is done > > easier on a PC; HD, 80 > > That's only true if you're using a 6502 > cross-assembler in the PC environment. If you want to > do your development in the C-64 environment (as I do) > you're stuck with 40-columns. > Or cc65, which has a nice serial I/O API. Then test this under Linux with VICE. > > I don't believe the advent of emulation has encouraged > much new development for the C-64. Development is tied > to hardware. Emulators are really good for playing old > games. > > I won't be happy until I can connect my Super-64 to my > cable modem and browse the web with full graphics. > That will only happen with new hardware. Until then, > I'm stuck with this cursed, icky Windoze box. > This is like the continuation of where Commodore left off... Bryan - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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