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  1. For who want to try, LiteDOS 3.b is up. 🙂 http://www.mr-atari.com/Mr.Atari/LiteDOS/
  2. Clowns and Balloons can be compressed nicely, loading time goes from 18 to 14 seconds. 🙂
  3. LiteDOS 3 will be available next year. Still coding on certain routines..... Exporting LiteDUP to a separate file. If you want to try/test, a work-in-progress is available on request if you pm or e mail me.
  4. For the R: handler, just drop a line if you need help. I have send you a couple of version to try. But until now, no feedback. Relocation is a bit of a pita, you have to use MEMLO and update the loaded driver accordingly. Then move it to the position of MEMLO, avoiding overwriting your own code or someone else, then adjust MEMLO to the new values. If BASIC or other software has already booted, they need to be cold initialized to except the new boundaries. I have an ESP8266 R: version that is relocatable, but the buffer is 256 bytes (fixed) and you did not want that. Grtz.
  5. Like I said, "Fake error-message" Any RTS back to LiteDUP with Y negative, will result in Error-(value_Y) message. Cosmetic bug.
  6. No, it's a RTS back to DUP. JMP($0A) points to DUPDUP "Fake error-message" ;------------------------------------------------------------------- ; LOAD FILE ;------------------------------------------------------------------- DUPLOA JSR BLOAD ;RETURN (RTS) HERE WHEN NO RUN-ADDRESS ;------------------------------------------------------------------- ; DUP ENTRY, CHECK ERRORS ;------------------------------------------------------------------- DUPV JSR DUPBAD ;SHOW ERROR-CODE DUPDUP LDA #EDBUF&$FF ;ALL IO, EDBUF STA ICBAL LDA #EDBUF/256 STA ICBAH
  7. No, it's not a bug, and it does not hang either. TBXL jumps back into DUP with Y set to 168. LiteDOS sees Y<>1 as an error..... Plus LiteDOS/DUP does not opens E:, assuming a clean gr.0 layout, this leaving the screen set to the last application. Sneak preview: LiteDOS 3.00 will have LZ4 decompression build-in the file loading routines. There will be a LiteDUP available that runs separate from LiteDOS. The "DUP" inside LiteDOS will be available for loading and directory listings only. I expect to have this uploaded December or early 2020. 🙂
  8. Technical reference notes. Pages 150-152
  9. I have send you the 512 byte bootstrap-code for the SIO2WiFi R:Handler. Success !
  10. Ok, fixed, current download will give you 38k free RAM. In the LiteDOS zip-file you find 2 other TBXL versions, compiled at $1100 and $1200. This is for users who want to reserve RAM for other things, like drivers or own usage. Again, Thanks to DMSC for the TBXL-versions. GOBO: Thanks for the report.
  11. Yes, you are right. Somehow the version of TBXL I have put on the download does not want to start. Very strange..... I will remove the download an upload a new one later this weekend. In the mean-time, here is the TBXL loading at $1000 I got from DMSC. That should have been on the disk and works just fine. Again, very strange.... tb-10.com
  12. Ok, I will check. Been away for some time (on my hols), I did not check AA for a while. If needed, here is a version compiled by DMSC at $0c00 for LiteDOS-XS You can take/use the compiler and runtime from the 2.08 disk. Plans are to upload the read-only version of LiteDOS soon. It can read only, so for games/apps that need to load files, or as gamedos. Memlo will be $0a00 for this version. Need to shuffle some routines around to make it work with overwriting programs, avoiding the loading routines.... Grtz, Sijmen. tb-0C.com
  13. 19k2 goes 🙂 Here is a patched FAST-IO were SELECT-1 (default) uses OPEN R: with baudrate $0F. Meaning for my ESP-driver to use 19k2. Short video.... MOV08295.MPG PLATOTERM-LITE-ATARI-1.3-NOTOUCH-FASTIO-19k2.rom R-ESP.ATR
  14. I forgot to mention the AUX-codes for these baudrates. They are $08 though $0F, $08 being 600 baud and $0F 19k2 So you need to use $0F, for selecting 19k2. Your buffer can start as low as $900 Actually my driver only checks the lower 3 bits, so 8 available baudrates, those obscure <300baudrates are not supported.
  15. Small update: Added 1800 and 19k2 Moved 300 and 600 baud to keys "H" and "BSP" Keys 1-2-3-4-5-6 are now baudrates 1k2-1k8-2k4-4k8-9k6-19k Default on OPEN R: is 2400 baud, internal 256 byte buffer So, let's see if PLATO can do 19k2 R-ESP.ATR
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