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- IDE DSR v14 is available for download. A bugfix, one change and adding support for the BQ4802 clock chip.

 

- Dm2k V3.0 is available for download. Added some direct commands instead of the fctn-6 method, lowercase characterset, possible to add the CRU address of the device before the source and destination path (like Force Command). Special feature for those people with different kind of storage devices in their system whith all the same device names. Now you can skip over the first one that is always found. If CRU address is not entered then Dm2k functions as before. Also DSK0. is now allowed.

 

- Ti99Dir v7.2a is available for download. Converting all selected files now between TI <-> PC instead of one by one. Showing the file header in the editor window when viewing a file hexadecimal as requested by Beery.

 

See www.ti99-geek.nl

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4 minutes ago, F.G. Kaal said:

- Ti99Dir v7.2a is available for download. Converting all selected files now between TI <-> PC instead of one by one. Showing the file header in the editor window when viewing a file hexadecimal as requested by Beery.

 

See www.ti99-geek.nl

Thanks for the update for TI99DIR.  Much appreciated.

 

Beery

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@F.G. Kaal  , DM2K will only properly load in the Geneve "GPL" environment if the BASIC GROM banks are loaded.  However, not every GPL setup uses BASIC; some replace the two GROMs with menus, etc.

 

I believe the two banks correspond to GROM 1 and GROM 2.   What routines if any is DM2K using that depend on the GROMs? 

 

Edit: Beery informed me that DM2K will load without the BASIC groms if the EA cart is used.  This leads me to suspect the menu program loader is at fault.

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I have made binary files for use with the FG99 board for Fred's IDETest program attached in this message.  For anyone that will be building their own IDE boards.

 

 

IDE_TEST.bin

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Nov 13th 2020: New version available at www.ti99-geek.nl

 

Dm2k v3.1: Prevention for adding spaces and dots while renaming filenas and/or directories or creating directories. After 20 years this program exists somebody created a directory named '.' and by his surprise he couldn't delete this directory. But you can rename files/directories with spaces and or dots in the name though.

 

Editor/Assembler V r6 module; By request from Wolfgang added a 40 and 80 character/line debugger. This makes debugging in text mode 1 and 2 of a program easier. Also convert lower case to upper case when antering a debugger command. And instead of using fctn-9 for cancel it is now also possible to use the . (dot) for cancel like in Easy Bug of the Mini Memory. I found that I was so used to that . key I just had to add this.

 

UberGrom version 2.2 just contains the above mentioned programs.

 

 

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4 hours ago, F.G. Kaal said:

Nov 13th 2020: New version available at www.ti99-geek.nl

 

Dm2k v3.1: Prevention for adding spaces and dots while renaming filenas and/or directories or creating directories. After 20 years this program exists somebody created a directory named '.' and by his surprise he couldn't delete this directory. But you can rename files/directories with spaces and or dots in the name though.

 

Editor/Assembler V r6 module; By request from Wolfgang added a 40 and 80 character/line debugger. This makes debugging in text mode 1 and 2 of a program easier. Also convert lower case to upper case when antering a debugger command. And instead of using fctn-9 for cancel it is now also possible to use the . (dot) for cancel like in Easy Bug of the Mini Memory. I found that I was so used to that . key I just had to add this.

 

UberGrom version 2.2 just contains the above mentioned programs.

 

 

Thank you @F.G. Kaal for adding the 40 and 80 column debugger into Editor/Assembler V. 
 

This EA .bin file is a very smart development environment for doing assembly on the real TI-99/4a.

 

And for your information the Guy who was creating a dot directory on the IDE I think that was me too.

It was my mistake, so sorry for the additional work.

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Wolfgang,

  How are you running E/A V r6 (classic99, finalgrom, something else)?

 

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Here is the .DSK for the DM2K v3.1

 

To be opened with     ➡️ Editor/Assembler   ➡️ Option 5 (RUN PROGRAM FILE)   ➡️  DSK1.DM2K

 

DM2K_v3.1.dsk

 

 

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18 hours ago, dhe said:

Wolfgang,

  How are you running E/A V r6 (classic99, finalgrom, something else)?

 

I run it with my FG99. 

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On 11/13/2020 at 6:09 PM, wolhess said:

And for your information the Guy who was creating a dot directory on the IDE I think that was me too.

It was my mistake, so sorry for the additional work.

Doesn't matter Wolfgang ...

Always interesting how this works; For years everything is fine and then suddenly there is a problem that pop ups. The problem was always there but nobody had noticed it. So it is true that that there is always one more bug! ;-)

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