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Hi together,

 

Now, we have the source codes and binaries of:

 

1.) Action 3.6
2.) Basic XL 1.03
3.) Basic XE 4.2
4.) Integer Basic 1.00 C
5.) Mac/65 with DDT 3.6
6.) The Writer's Tool 2.25
7.) Tiny C+ 1.1

So, who is making a OSS 7 in 1 cartridge of this for the real hardware? ;-)

 

Maybe even better a flash cart, so always the new version can be used. :-)))

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I know santosp (Panos) did an amazing job on his 5 in 1 OSS cart. Not sure if he has time do do it once more.

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I've already got one of Steve Tucker's excellent Action! repro carts and just ordered a MAC/65 cart (yeah, I'm a sucker for dead programming languages and the 8-bit cartridge form factor) ... But I'd totally be up for something like that.

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I have both versions of santos 5-in-1 carts and love them. I would love to see him create a new one with the final versions of the languages with all the fixes implemented.

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The EPROM is soldered in in mine (and all of them IIRC). It was a clearance issue with the case.

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I believe that there are both SpartaDos stacked and non-stacked versions of OSS language multicart project files for the AtariMax 8Mbit flash carts. They're available in the AtariMax forums.

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Wouldn't the Ultimate Cart or Unocart be more flexible?

Yes, that's why I have an OSS directory on my Ultimate SD Cart. I can put every version of everything OSS made in there.

 

I am not knocking the 5 in 1 at all. I just wished they had found a low enough profile socket to use.

 

Personally, I would have used press-fit socket pins like we did on the Sweet-16. That only raises the chip a couple mm higher than being soldered in. The only difference is that you need your PCB to have larger than normal holes for the pins. It looks like Michael used them on the TK-II as well.

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My only complaint about the Sweet 16 was using such soft gold on the pins; removing it more than once or twice means that pins break off.

 

(If anyone is looking for a FTe Sweet 16, please let me know).

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Personally, I would have used press-fit socket pins like we did on the Sweet-16. That only raises the chip a couple mm higher than being soldered in. The only difference is that you need your PCB to have larger than normal holes for the pins. It looks like Michael used them on the TK-II as well.

Yep that is what I did on the piggy-backed version of TK-II, but not on the all in one stereo board. I needed to be able to insert a signal in-between on that one, hence the more conventional approach with the staggered double pin headers. Using the press fit pins really maintains a very low profile. In fact it's so low, that in certain machines I had to add a machine pin socket to raise it up and get some extra clearance. Any luck on finding a new source for those pins?

 

- Michael

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Hi together,

 

Now, we have the source codes and binaries of:

 

1.) Action 3.6

2.) Basic XL 1.03

3.) Basic XE 4.2

4.) Integer Basic 1.00 C

5.) Mac/65 with DDT 3.6

6.) The Writer's Tool 2.25

7.) Tiny C+ 1.1

 

So, who is making a OSS 7 in 1 cartridge of this for the real hardware? ;-)

 

Maybe even better a flash cart, so always the new version can be used. :-)))

Would you please post links to information regarding the Integer BASIC and the tiny C+?

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Sorry, did assume, you aleady knew.

 

https://atariwiki.org/wiki/Wiki.jsp?page=OSS%20Integer%20Basic

 

https://atariwiki.org/wiki/Wiki.jsp?page=C#section-C-OSSTinyCCopyrightC1978TinyCAssociates1982OSSInc.ThomasA.GibsonAndScottB.Guthery

 

In case you also missed the new versions from 2016 of these:

 

https://atariwiki.org/wiki/Wiki.jsp?page=Basic%20XE

 

https://atariwiki.org/wiki/Wiki.jsp?page=Mac65

 

too.

 

Still missing:

 

•) Assembler Editor Cartridge Source Code

•) Atari Macro Assembler and Program Text Editor (AMAC) Source Code

•) OSS EASMD Source Code

•) OSS BASIC A+ Source Code

•) BUG/65 Source Code

 

or:

 

https://atariwiki.org/wiki/Wiki.jsp?page=Rarity%2010

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1.) Action 3.6
2.) Basic XL 1.03
3.) Basic XE 4.2
4.) Integer Basic 1.00 C
5.) Mac/65 with DDT 3.6
6.) The Writer's Tool 2.25
7.) Tiny C+ 1.1

 

Links to all of the above would be nice. I would love to load a directory on my Ultimate Card filled with them.

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