At 11:18 PM 5/10/01 -0700, you wrote: >Hi All, > Yesterday I successfully fired up a c64 compatible >machine that has none of the original Commodore chips. Woohoo! > I've recreated the CIA's, PLA, and VIC(I haven't >tried the SID yet) in programmable logic. It also >uses a 65c816 that is asynchronous to the video, ps-2 >mouse, keyboard, vga monitor, iec serial port and >sdram. It figures. I finally get the CIA cloned and able to be fit in a CPLD and you announce that you cloned the whole damn machine. :) > At the risk of upsetting people on this list I would >like some feedback on what people would like in a next >generation C= compatible machine. My main concern is compatibility, compatibility, compatibility. Short of that...modern ports. Specifically, I like your idea of ditching the user port. How about a built-in Geocable interface if you haven't done so already? > I will post some pictures tomorrow evening on my web >site after I dig out the web cam. I can't wait! Congratulations!!!!!!!!!!!! ::::: Dave Ross / Dr. Watson "Yesterday's technology :: === firstname.lastname@example.org today...for a better :: === tomorrow!" ::::: http://www.enteract.com/~watson - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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