Got a few questions.
1. What did Tony's Geneve 1.00 eprom code do with respect to the SCSI card? Will 0.98 code (not sure if that is what I have), locate LOAD/SYS on the DSK1 subdirectory of the SCSI controller and load MDOS?
2. What kind of space do you have left in the CLI memory range for new code? I suspect very little. Can it handle a new command ("TI") and parse with a command line option with a call to a UTIL library routine?
3. What kind of space do you have in the memory mapped range that holds the UTIL library?
What I am looking at doing, is replacing the Swan/RSBug code with the EXEC code.
Then, from the command prompt, one would type "TI MYWORD" and it would parse the option, and filepath, then a subsequent call to a new library routine would move from pages >F0 and >F1 in the Eprom the EXEC code to two available ram pages. Might not need the parse code in the CLI as I would have to follow if the code moved from the Eprom can pick it up.
I've not verified, but I am assuming the EXEC code can not be run from ROM on the Eprom. I have around 13,900 bytes I can use that could also be loaded with something other EXEC, however, that is the one program I think most people would use.