[Coco] TVBUG Assembler Source Needed
John W. Linville
linville at tuxdriver.com
Tue Aug 2 16:24:43 EDT 2016
It seems to be in the Files section of the "APF Consoles and Computers"
Yahoo group as "tv-bug-orig_asm.txt.gz"...
The hardest obstacle will be recreating the 6846 ROM, I/O,
Timer. Without an exact replacement, you will need to rewrite any
parts of TVBug that depend on that chip (e.g. for keyboard access).
P.S. Yes, I have a working Micro Chroma 68 board. If anyone else does,
I would love to hear from them!
On Tue, Aug 02, 2016 at 03:52:57PM -0400, William Carlin wrote:
> Used the PDF from this source:
> Extracted the pages for the source listing and then converted to a MS Word
> format (to force OCR of the source code). The result is good but not
> exact. I see some zeros are construed as the letter 'O'. Since the source
> listing is landscaped and "two column" I think it would take just as long
> to copy/paste everything into the proper order as it would to type the
> listing in manually. Regardless, I am going to send you the resultant Word
> document to your listed email address so you can inspect it for yourself.
> On Mon, Aug 1, 2016 at 11:04 PM, Kip Koon <computerdoc at sc.rr.com> wrote:
> > Hi Guys,
> > I'm looking for the Source Code to Motorola's Micro Chroma 68 TVBUG monitor
> > program in Assembler Source Code form. I want to try my hand at creating
> > some form of the Micro Chroma 68 from scratch. I have Motorola's Micro
> > Chroma 68 Manual in pdf form, but I'd rather not have to type the whole
> > program from scratch. :) The binary is only 2KBs, but the assembler
> > output
> > listing is hundreds of lines long. If anyone has any information, tips,
> > ideas, suggestions, etcetera on how to secure a copy of this software as
> > well as the system itself, please let me know. Thank you all in advance
> > for
> > any help you can give.
> > Kip Koon
> > <mailto:computerdoc at sc.rr.com> computerdoc at sc.rr.com
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