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Daisy-Dot source code!

Yesterday, 4:24 PM

Roy Goldman sent me the source code for Daisy Dot II, and also the complete registered version of Daisy Dot III (which I don't think was online before.)

 

I have uploaded these to Internet Archive and now, here!

 

and this manual https://archive.org/...tIIIUsersGuide/ ... he also sent a couple more manuals that still need to be scanned.

 

--Kevin

 

Attached File  Daisy Dot II Source Code.atr   90.02KB   16 downloads

Attached File  Daisy Dot III Disk 1 Side A.atr   90.02KB   20 downloads

Attached File  Daisy Dot III Disk 1 Side B.atr   90.02KB   20 downloads

Attached File  Daisy Dot III Disk 2 Side A.atr   90.02KB   20 downloads

Attached File  Daisy Dot III Disk 2 Side B.atr   90.02KB   21 downloads

 


Xformer emulator running on MacOS!

Sun Mar 24, 2019 8:35 PM

If you (like me ) are a MacOS user who has been just a little bit jealous of the Xformer 10 emulator (which only runs on Windows) for its ability to run multiple virtual Ataris at once. . . well, I got it running on my Mac!

 

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The trick is PlayOnMac, free software that lets you run some Windows software (without a Windows license.) It does some WINE magic, I'm not sure, but it works. https://www.playonmac.com/en/

 

Xformer isn't one of the built-in installable apps, but the "Install a non-listed program" feature worked!

 

Get Xformer 10 here: http://www.emulators...e/xformer10.zip

 

-Kevin


Theses about the Commodore 64

Thu Mar 7, 2019 5:12 PM

New old theses with source code! Schematics!

 

Microcomputer I/O For A Real Time Automatic Equalizer using a Commodore 64

https://archive.org/...omaticEqualizer

 

Assembly Language Debugging Hardware/Software For The Commodore 64 Computer

https://archive.org/...odore64Computer

 

Data Acquisition Based On Commodore 64

https://archive.org/...tionCommodore64

 

-Kevin


Renderific, an SVG renderer

Mon Mar 4, 2019 3:44 PM

Here's Renderific 1.0, a program I wrote in Turbo BASIC XL that displays SVG files on the Atari 8-bit. With a 1020 plotter, it can plot them too.

 

It's slow, it's a buggy in places, but it mostly works. This was just a fun little project.

 

https://github.com/savetz/Renderific

 

Attached File  renderific-10.atr   90.02KB   50 downloads

 

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-Kevin


Two theses about the VIC-20

Thu Feb 14, 2019 6:27 PM

Commodore frands: Here are TWO Master's theses about connecting things to the VIC-20. A VIC-20 COMPILER FOR CONTROL SYSTEM and MODULAR PROCESS CONTROL SYSTEM, both written in 1985 at University of Pittsburgh. 

 

Let us know if you discover anything interesting in those documents.

 

-Kevin