Some thread somewhere recently, which I cannot find again, said that some form of BOOT supported the Corcomp 'CLOCK' device strictly through the DSR.
Which version of the menu program was that?
I implemented a 'CLOCK' device in the TIPI DSR, that is compatible with the example usage of the Corcomp Clock manual. However with the menu program found in the TIMXT / 9640 Menu system that comes with a PDF doc saying the Corcomp clock is supported, I get some pretty weird behavior.
1st, if loaded with CALL TIPI("TIPI.F18A.BOOT"), I get no clock display.
2nd, if loaded from DM2K that was loaded by CALL TIPI("TIPI.DM2K.DM2K") I do get a garbled clock display... in the middle of the screen, without any parsing of the record returned by my "CLOCK" dsr.
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I'm just fishing for if there is any program that would benefit from a "CLOCK" device that is DSR level compatible, and if so, which programs, so I can test.
The corcomp manual implies a DISPLAY record of 3 comma separated strings.
Field 1: day of week, I am assuming that in the 80s, in the US, 1=Sunday.
Field 2: date mm/dd/yy -
Field 3: time hh/mm/ss
If it doesn't work via DSR with existing software, then I don't want a device in the way during the DSRLNK process.