[Coco] Printing from Disk Extended Color Basic (via Drivewire)
barry.nelson at amobiledevice.com
Thu Dec 22 04:41:03 EST 2016
Well, you could try it from Burke & Burke RSB, that is software that runs the DECB interpreter under OS9/NitrOS9. It patches DECB to use the OS9 print device. It is not likely to work with machine code programs, but it might work for BASIC programs.
> Brett Gordon beretta42 at gmail.com <mailto:coco%40maltedmedia.com?Subject=Re%3A%20%5BCoco%5D%20Printing%20from%20Disk%20Extended%20Color%20Basic%20%28via%20Drivewire%29&In-Reply-To=%3CCAK2%3Ds2qA3jSsQBqSE4KJP7tLsoeQDd-q7h_5mmkrCqC3kydhFw%40mail.gmail.com%3E>
> Thu Dec 22 00:23:29 EST 2016
> Should be able insert new conin and conout ram vectors. Redirect to new
> code that handles -2 by sending it to dw rather than bitbanger. pass all
> other device nos to the regular routine. sdcsos, yados, hdbdos all have dw
> vectors to call on to do the noodly stuff for you. I think Mr. Linville
> went over the strategy in one of the podcasts about his thermal printer.
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