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N: device for RespeQt?

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Wouldn't it be nice to port Fujinet's N:-device to RespeQt?

 

Even if I can go online with RespeQt (mounting e.g. D2: to a folder which in Linux is mounted by HTTPFS to access Internet-URLs as files), I cannot use this to send "post" requests. But according to the N:-device manual sheet (so far) it even uses XIO commands to send "post" requests to HTTP-servers (those which hold data not present in the URL). Just for this the N:-device is too important to bundle it with one specific hardware only.

 

I mean, it's fully SIO driven, so no technical barrier not to implement it into RespeQt, no ROM-patch needed, and additionally it offers such many possibilities.

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I think this is a great idea, I don't know how portable the code is though it is open and online I believe. So probably worth a try, if only I had time...

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I was thinking about this too. It makes sense to integrate FujiNet code into RespeQt... now if only I had time too.

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On 11/16/2020 at 6:27 AM, atarixle said:

Wouldn't it be nice to port Fujinet's N:-device to RespeQt?

Yes, it would be nice and it should be possible ...  🙂

 

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