CoCo3 FLEX? was Re: [Coco] DECB on the COCO -
jdaggett at gate.net
jdaggett at gate.net
Sun Sep 11 16:34:33 EDT 2005
off that site is a SWTPC emulator that has also with it a disk
management program for windows that will read the *.dsk files and
import and extract files to *.dsk format.
On 10 Sep 2005 at 17:23, Stephen H. Fischer wrote:
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> Finally a site that I can download FLEX files.
> And a ZIP of them all in one file. Wonderful!
> Thanks a lot.
> So now I can if I wish, start writing the DECB PreProcessor in the
> PreProcessor Language bootstrapping with the FLEX Basic PreProcessor.
> I have thought about the "AWK" version but not too much about it's
> version in DECB Preprocessor Language. I still am undecided and will
> not make a decision until I can run FLEX on the emulator. Any problems
> and I go back to the "AWK" version.
> Again I note that the FLEX Basic Preprocessor is not in the file set
> upon first scan.
> If someone knows or discovers which of the various CoCo Flex DSK's is
> the best one to run FLEX on Jeff's emulator, please tell me.
> I do not have knowledge about 50x, never had any.
> After checking, I may not have to backup or format any FLEX disks as
> they may be in the ZIP.
> Stephen H. Fischer
> jdaggett at gate.net wrote:
> > Willard
> > CoCo Flex09 can be downloaded from the FUFU list:
> > http://www.evenson-consulting.com/swtpc/fufu_downloads.htm
> > this is from the SWTPC Flex repository. The Coco stuff probably
> > works on a Coco 1 and 2 only. Bu t th esources are available and can
> > be hacked and reassembled.
> > james
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