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@Asmusr Here's the cleaned up Parsec source code in 9900 assembly and GPL that can be assembled with XDT99.  I reformatted the source and fixed the OCR transcription errors in the DATA statements so that the generated binaries match those of phm3112.   Any OCR errors in comments still remain, and could be cleaned up if/when @Ksarul or @urbite locate their versions without the cut-off comments.

parsec.asm parsec.gpl

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1 hour ago, PeteE said:

Here's the cleaned up Parsec source code in 9900 assembly and GPL that can be assembled with XDT99. 

Thank you, that must have been a lot of work. 🙂

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23 minutes ago, Asmusr said:

Thank you, that must have been a lot of work. 🙂

Worth it to preserve a working piece of 994a history.

 

Now what are your plans for it?

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27 minutes ago, PeteE said:

Worth it to preserve a working piece of 994a history.

 

Now what are your plans for it?

@PeteE I would like to add your reworked source files to the 1st post in this thread. Is that ok with you?

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3 hours ago, PeteE said:

Worth it to preserve a working piece of 994a history.

 

Now what are your plans for it?

Nothing concrete, but maybe it would be possible to make some improvements by taking advantage of the big ROM carts we have available today?

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6 hours ago, retroclouds said:

@PeteE I would like to add your reworked source files to the 1st post in this thread. Is that ok with you?

Yes, absolutely.

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10 hours ago, PeteE said:

@Asmusr Here's the cleaned up Parsec source code in 9900 assembly and GPL that can be assembled with XDT99.  I reformatted the source and fixed the OCR transcription errors in the DATA statements so that the generated binaries match those of phm3112.   Any OCR errors in comments still remain, and could be cleaned up if/when @Ksarul or @urbite locate their versions without the cut-off comments.

parsec.asm 144.13 kB · 7 downloads parsec.gpl 112.47 kB · 8 downloads

One note--the comments were cut off at the 80-column point on the original printout, so no further recovery of the ends of those lines is possible without access to the original files in TI-990 format (which we don't have). My copy was rescued from a dumpster at Almelo, Holland when TI cleared out their 99/4A lab there. A Dutch TI user saw something he recognized on his way out of the facility on the day they filled the dumpster, so he stopped to take a look. He filled the entire back of his station wagon with everything he could fit into it and took it home. Unfortunately, when he got back the next morning, the dumpster had already been emptied, so most of the stuff from that lab was lost forever (his car was only big enough to rescue a small fraction of what was in the dumpster in the first place, but it was good that he was at the right place and time to rescue as much as he did).

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On 11/27/2021 at 10:15 PM, PeteE said:

@Asmusr Here's the cleaned up Parsec source code in 9900 assembly and GPL that can be assembled with XDT99.  I reformatted the source and fixed the OCR transcription errors in the DATA statements so that the generated binaries match those of phm3112.   Any OCR errors in comments still remain, and could be cleaned up if/when @Ksarul or @urbite locate their versions without the cut-off comments.

parsec.asm 144.13 kB · 16 downloads parsec.gpl 112.47 kB · 18 downloads

Awesome Youre GIF

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