RE: Diskcopy

From: Baltissen, GJPAA (Ruud) (
Date: 2004-09-09 10:00:47

Hallo Spiro,

> If you look at the IEC code (I did so in the C64 kernal), you see that
> each byte is not send immediately, but it is send delayed.
> What do I mean:
> .......

Yep, I know what you mean. I encountered this feature in the sources of SC
as well and always have wondered what the reason for this delay was. Now I
think I understand.

The first thing I asked myself if this is a feature I must use in CBM-HD as
well. IMHO i don't need it as I know exactly what I have to transfer and
therefore know when to activate EOI. Could you, having an excellent
knowledge of the inners of the 1541, confirm this please?

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