At 02:58 PM 5/11/01 +0100, you wrote: >changed somewhat in recent months. There are many more Americans here now, >who talk about expensive peripherals and what they would like to see in >new designs and how much they'd be prepared to pay for it, but very little >in the way of actual technical contributions of their own. By that I mean >things they've actually implemented themselves. That's comp.sys.cbm type >material, not cbm-hackers. You asked for it, you got it. http://www.enteract.com/~watson/Watson6526 This is the URL where you can download the current VHDL design for my 6526 clone. It's not fully tested, it's not fully documented, and it's not a complete 6526 (no TOD clock), but it's something, and it's by an American (fancy that). :) I had hoped to use this code to produce chips that people could plug into the 64 motherboard in place of the original silicon, but it looks like that's going to be cost-prohibitive. But that doesn't mean I can't get the code out there for whatever people want to use it for. Maybe, also, this will give a suggestion of the type of work Jeri is most likely doing, albeit on a lot more complex level. After all, I've been doing this in my spare time. It sounds like she has a lot more of that than I do. :) Comments/suggestions welcome. ::::: 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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