bidouiller, on Mon Sep 27, 2010 4:10 PM, said:
I have the impression that you do not know what a source program?
everything you mention contains no source code.
I am a programmer in my spare time is a pity because I tried to recompile the progamme to be compatible at least 32 bits
In the literature it is referred to the source code compiler DJGPP but not software.
Otherwise, I wondered if the emulator blueMSX wrong sooner or later integrated emulation ADAM since the only difference is the size of ROM and controls access to floppy disk or tape?
If I could know what key on a AZERTY keyboard where the character # and * to be nice
Everyone here, that has tried to help you, knows what the "source code" for a program is, unfortunately programmers do not always make the source code for their programs available. Therefore when they stop developing their program, it makes it hard for others to pick-up and continue development... since you are a programmer, I'm sure you understand this dilemna.
If the source code for ADAMem is not available on Marcel de Kogel's website, than unfortunately it was probably never released. Maybe someone has it and will make it available if they see this thread.
The source code for ADAMem SDL by Geoff Oltmans is available on his webpage... it is for v1.1
I think the source code for blueMSX is available, but unfortunately the developers have not had the time to add ADAM emulation. The Coleco emulation is tremendous and the special controllers are said to be next to be implemented.
Also, the source code for M.E.S.S. is readily available and ColecoVision emulation is very good. ADAM emulation is good, but missing a lot and buggy.
And again, the ColecoVision/ADAM Hand Controller Keypad Buttons: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,*,0,# are emulated on the Windows QWERTY Keyboard as: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,-,0,=
In fact all ColecoVision emulators use this key assignment. Now if you are running ADAMem (any version of it... ADAMem, ADAMem SDL or Virtual ADAM), when you boot a ROM, DISK IMAGE or DDP IMAGE the emulator defaults to ADAM Keyboard emulation, so you have to press the "F9" PC Windows Key to switch the emulator into Hand Controller Emulation. If you do not do this, the Hand Controller Keypad will not be functional.
Hope this helps!