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trying to identify a rom...

Didier Derny
I'm trying to identifiy an eprom type to try to read it

the rom is made by mos technology

24 pin

datecode: 3680   (the 4000/8000 were not  sold at this time ?)

label:  Edex 2.0


my wild guess is to say it was for the commodore 3000  not found the
schematics I guess it's equivalent to 2001N

on the schematics  I found rom  6332  any datasheet any where ?

what differences between a 2332 and a 6332  ?







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Re: trying to identify a rom...

Francesco Messineo
On Wed, May 17, 2017 at 10:16 PM, didier derny <[hidden email]> wrote:

> I'm trying to identifiy an eprom type to try to read it
>
> the rom is made by mos technology
>
> 24 pin
>
> datecode: 3680   (the 4000/8000 were not  sold at this time ?)
>
> label:  Edex 2.0
>
>
> my wild guess is to say it was for the commodore 3000  not found the
> schematics I guess it's equivalent to 2001N
>
> on the schematics  I found rom  6332  any datasheet any where ?
>
> what differences between a 2332 and a 6332  ?


I've never heard about 6332. 2332 is the classic 4k ROM, pin
compatible with 2532 EPROM type (NOT 2732).
Is there anything else under the label? There must be a part number too.

Regards
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Re: trying to identify a rom...

Didier Derny
there are no other marking on the top

on the bottom there is a number: 41203  made with some ink

I know roughly what is in this eprom but I'm not sure about the machine
nor the rom type

its a basic extension  but never seen this version 2.0 is probably the
version of the basic with which it was used


On 17/05/2017 22:21, Francesco Messineo wrote:

> On Wed, May 17, 2017 at 10:16 PM, didier derny <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> I'm trying to identifiy an eprom type to try to read it
>>
>> the rom is made by mos technology
>>
>> 24 pin
>>
>> datecode: 3680   (the 4000/8000 were not  sold at this time ?)
>>
>> label:  Edex 2.0
>>
>>
>> my wild guess is to say it was for the commodore 3000  not found the
>> schematics I guess it's equivalent to 2001N
>>
>> on the schematics  I found rom  6332  any datasheet any where ?
>>
>> what differences between a 2332 and a 6332  ?
>
> I've never heard about 6332. 2332 is the classic 4k ROM, pin
> compatible with 2532 EPROM type (NOT 2732).
> Is there anything else under the label? There must be a part number too.
>
> Regards
> Frank IZ8DWF
>
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Re: trying to identify a rom...

Francesco Messineo
If it was on a PET, it's either readable as 2532 or (much less probable) a 2716.
Frank

On Thu, May 18, 2017 at 8:56 PM, didier derny <[hidden email]> wrote:

> there are no other marking on the top
>
> on the bottom there is a number: 41203  made with some ink
>
> I know roughly what is in this eprom but I'm not sure about the machine nor
> the rom type
>
> its a basic extension  but never seen this version 2.0 is probably the
> version of the basic with which it was used
>
>
> On 17/05/2017 22:21, Francesco Messineo wrote:
>>
>> On Wed, May 17, 2017 at 10:16 PM, didier derny <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>>
>>> I'm trying to identifiy an eprom type to try to read it
>>>
>>> the rom is made by mos technology
>>>
>>> 24 pin
>>>
>>> datecode: 3680   (the 4000/8000 were not  sold at this time ?)
>>>
>>> label:  Edex 2.0
>>>
>>>
>>> my wild guess is to say it was for the commodore 3000  not found the
>>> schematics I guess it's equivalent to 2001N
>>>
>>> on the schematics  I found rom  6332  any datasheet any where ?
>>>
>>> what differences between a 2332 and a 6332  ?
>>
>>
>> I've never heard about 6332. 2332 is the classic 4k ROM, pin
>> compatible with 2532 EPROM type (NOT 2732).
>> Is there anything else under the label? There must be a part number too.
>>
>> Regards
>> Frank IZ8DWF
>>
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Re: trying to identify a rom...

Didier Derny
Hi,


I tried to read it as a 2532  I get 2k of FF and 2k of real code
(visibly 6502 opcodes)

but I tought it was a 4k eprom


On 18/05/2017 21:21, Francesco Messineo wrote:

> If it was on a PET, it's either readable as 2532 or (much less probable) a 2716.
> Frank
>
> On Thu, May 18, 2017 at 8:56 PM, didier derny <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> there are no other marking on the top
>>
>> on the bottom there is a number: 41203  made with some ink
>>
>> I know roughly what is in this eprom but I'm not sure about the machine nor
>> the rom type
>>
>> its a basic extension  but never seen this version 2.0 is probably the
>> version of the basic with which it was used
>>
>>
>> On 17/05/2017 22:21, Francesco Messineo wrote:
>>> On Wed, May 17, 2017 at 10:16 PM, didier derny <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>>> I'm trying to identifiy an eprom type to try to read it
>>>>
>>>> the rom is made by mos technology
>>>>
>>>> 24 pin
>>>>
>>>> datecode: 3680   (the 4000/8000 were not  sold at this time ?)
>>>>
>>>> label:  Edex 2.0
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> my wild guess is to say it was for the commodore 3000  not found the
>>>> schematics I guess it's equivalent to 2001N
>>>>
>>>> on the schematics  I found rom  6332  any datasheet any where ?
>>>>
>>>> what differences between a 2332 and a 6332  ?
>>>
>>> I've never heard about 6332. 2332 is the classic 4k ROM, pin
>>> compatible with 2532 EPROM type (NOT 2732).
>>> Is there anything else under the label? There must be a part number too.
>>>
>>> Regards
>>> Frank IZ8DWF
>>>
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Re: trying to identify a rom...

Francesco Messineo
On Thu, May 18, 2017 at 9:34 PM, didier derny <[hidden email]> wrote:
> Hi,
>
>
> I tried to read it as a 2532  I get 2k of FF and 2k of real code (visibly
> 6502 opcodes)

it might be a 2716 then. Or have a broken address line. If it reads
real code when A11 is low, then it's more likely a 2K ROM (A11 pin on
the 2532 is an output enable active low on the 2716).
If it reads real code with A11 high, I would suspect a partial failure.

>
> but I tought it was a 4k eprom
>
>
> On 18/05/2017 21:21, Francesco Messineo wrote:
>>
>> If it was on a PET, it's either readable as 2532 or (much less probable) a
>> 2716.
>> Frank
>>
>> On Thu, May 18, 2017 at 8:56 PM, didier derny <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>>
>>> there are no other marking on the top
>>>
>>> on the bottom there is a number: 41203  made with some ink
>>>
>>> I know roughly what is in this eprom but I'm not sure about the machine
>>> nor
>>> the rom type
>>>
>>> its a basic extension  but never seen this version 2.0 is probably the
>>> version of the basic with which it was used
>>>
>>>
>>> On 17/05/2017 22:21, Francesco Messineo wrote:
>>>>
>>>> On Wed, May 17, 2017 at 10:16 PM, didier derny <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>> I'm trying to identifiy an eprom type to try to read it
>>>>>
>>>>> the rom is made by mos technology
>>>>>
>>>>> 24 pin
>>>>>
>>>>> datecode: 3680   (the 4000/8000 were not  sold at this time ?)
>>>>>
>>>>> label:  Edex 2.0
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> my wild guess is to say it was for the commodore 3000  not found the
>>>>> schematics I guess it's equivalent to 2001N
>>>>>
>>>>> on the schematics  I found rom  6332  any datasheet any where ?
>>>>>
>>>>> what differences between a 2332 and a 6332  ?
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> I've never heard about 6332. 2332 is the classic 4k ROM, pin
>>>> compatible with 2532 EPROM type (NOT 2732).
>>>> Is there anything else under the label? There must be a part number too.
>>>>
>>>> Regards
>>>> Frank IZ8DWF
>>>>
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Re: trying to identify a rom...

Gerrit Heitsch
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On 05/18/2017 09:34 PM, didier derny wrote:
> Hi,
>
>
> I tried to read it as a 2532  I get 2k of FF and 2k of real code
> (visibly 6502 opcodes)
>
> but I tought it was a 4k eprom

It could still be a 4K (EP)ROM, but it could also mean that only half of
it is used. Unprogrammed EPROM cells read as FF.


  Gerrit





>
>
> On 18/05/2017 21:21, Francesco Messineo wrote:
>> If it was on a PET, it's either readable as 2532 or (much less
>> probable) a 2716.
>> Frank
>>
>> On Thu, May 18, 2017 at 8:56 PM, didier derny <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>> there are no other marking on the top
>>>
>>> on the bottom there is a number: 41203  made with some ink
>>>
>>> I know roughly what is in this eprom but I'm not sure about the
>>> machine nor
>>> the rom type
>>>
>>> its a basic extension  but never seen this version 2.0 is probably the
>>> version of the basic with which it was used
>>>
>>>
>>> On 17/05/2017 22:21, Francesco Messineo wrote:
>>>> On Wed, May 17, 2017 at 10:16 PM, didier derny <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>>>> I'm trying to identifiy an eprom type to try to read it
>>>>>
>>>>> the rom is made by mos technology
>>>>>
>>>>> 24 pin
>>>>>
>>>>> datecode: 3680   (the 4000/8000 were not  sold at this time ?)
>>>>>
>>>>> label:  Edex 2.0
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> my wild guess is to say it was for the commodore 3000  not found the
>>>>> schematics I guess it's equivalent to 2001N
>>>>>
>>>>> on the schematics  I found rom  6332  any datasheet any where ?
>>>>>
>>>>> what differences between a 2332 and a 6332  ?
>>>>
>>>> I've never heard about 6332. 2332 is the classic 4k ROM, pin
>>>> compatible with 2532 EPROM type (NOT 2732).
>>>> Is there anything else under the label? There must be a part number
>>>> too.
>>>>
>>>> Regards
>>>> Frank IZ8DWF
>>>>
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Re: trying to identify a rom...

Francesco Messineo
On Thu, May 18, 2017 at 9:45 PM, Gerrit Heitsch
<[hidden email]> wrote:

> On 05/18/2017 09:34 PM, didier derny wrote:
>>
>> Hi,
>>
>>
>> I tried to read it as a 2532  I get 2k of FF and 2k of real code (visibly
>> 6502 opcodes)
>>
>> but I tought it was a 4k eprom
>
>
> It could still be a 4K (EP)ROM, but it could also mean that only half of it
> is used. Unprogrammed EPROM cells read as FF.

well, of course might be a fully working 4K ROM with only half of it
programmed :)
I forgot this case :)

Frank

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Re: trying to identify a rom...

Didier Derny
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sorry I was wrong it's definitively not an eprom but a rom produced by
mos technology

I'll try to get more information from the author....


On 18/05/2017 21:45, Gerrit Heitsch wrote:

> On 05/18/2017 09:34 PM, didier derny wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>>
>> I tried to read it as a 2532  I get 2k of FF and 2k of real code
>> (visibly 6502 opcodes)
>>
>> but I tought it was a 4k eprom
>
> It could still be a 4K (EP)ROM, but it could also mean that only half
> of it is used. Unprogrammed EPROM cells read as FF.
>
>
>  Gerrit
>
>
>
>
>
>>
>>
>> On 18/05/2017 21:21, Francesco Messineo wrote:
>>> If it was on a PET, it's either readable as 2532 or (much less
>>> probable) a 2716.
>>> Frank
>>>
>>> On Thu, May 18, 2017 at 8:56 PM, didier derny <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>>> there are no other marking on the top
>>>>
>>>> on the bottom there is a number: 41203  made with some ink
>>>>
>>>> I know roughly what is in this eprom but I'm not sure about the
>>>> machine nor
>>>> the rom type
>>>>
>>>> its a basic extension  but never seen this version 2.0 is probably the
>>>> version of the basic with which it was used
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> On 17/05/2017 22:21, Francesco Messineo wrote:
>>>>> On Wed, May 17, 2017 at 10:16 PM, didier derny <[hidden email]>
>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>> I'm trying to identifiy an eprom type to try to read it
>>>>>>
>>>>>> the rom is made by mos technology
>>>>>>
>>>>>> 24 pin
>>>>>>
>>>>>> datecode: 3680   (the 4000/8000 were not  sold at this time ?)
>>>>>>
>>>>>> label:  Edex 2.0
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> my wild guess is to say it was for the commodore 3000 not found the
>>>>>> schematics I guess it's equivalent to 2001N
>>>>>>
>>>>>> on the schematics  I found rom  6332  any datasheet any where ?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> what differences between a 2332 and a 6332  ?
>>>>>
>>>>> I've never heard about 6332. 2332 is the classic 4k ROM, pin
>>>>> compatible with 2532 EPROM type (NOT 2732).
>>>>> Is there anything else under the label? There must be a part
>>>>> number too.
>>>>>
>>>>> Regards
>>>>> Frank IZ8DWF
>>>>>
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Re: trying to identify a rom...

Steve Gray
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If you send me the 2K of code I can run it through the "platform identifier" of my disassembler. It should confirm what cbm machine/ it's for.

Steve


From: didier derny <[hidden email]>
To: [hidden email]
Sent: Thursday, May 18, 2017 3:08 PM
Subject: Re: trying to identify a rom...

there are no other marking on the top

on the bottom there is a number: 41203  made with some ink

I know roughly what is in this eprom but I'm not sure about the machine
nor the rom type

its a basic extension  but never seen this version 2.0 is probably the
version of the basic with which it was used


On 17/05/2017 22:21, Francesco Messineo wrote:

> On Wed, May 17, 2017 at 10:16 PM, didier derny <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> I'm trying to identifiy an eprom type to try to read it
>>
>> the rom is made by mos technology
>>
>> 24 pin
>>
>> datecode: 3680  (the 4000/8000 were not  sold at this time ?)
>>
>> label:  Edex 2.0
>>
>>
>> my wild guess is to say it was for the commodore 3000  not found the
>> schematics I guess it's equivalent to 2001N
>>
>> on the schematics  I found rom  6332  any datasheet any where ?
>>
>> what differences between a 2332 and a 6332  ?
>
> I've never heard about 6332. 2332 is the classic 4k ROM, pin
> compatible with 2532 EPROM type (NOT 2732).
> Is there anything else under the label? There must be a part number too.
>
> Regards
> Frank IZ8DWF
>
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Re: trying to identify a rom...

Didier Derny

I think I finally got it  4k by plugin the rom on a SYM1

it is in sym1 paper tape format, I have to convert it




On 18/05/2017 22:03, Steve Gray wrote:
If you send me the 2K of code I can run it through the "platform identifier" of my disassembler. It should confirm what cbm machine/ it's for.

Steve


From: didier derny [hidden email]
To: [hidden email]
Sent: Thursday, May 18, 2017 3:08 PM
Subject: Re: trying to identify a rom...

there are no other marking on the top

on the bottom there is a number: 41203  made with some ink

I know roughly what is in this eprom but I'm not sure about the machine
nor the rom type

its a basic extension  but never seen this version 2.0 is probably the
version of the basic with which it was used


On 17/05/2017 22:21, Francesco Messineo wrote:
> On Wed, May 17, 2017 at 10:16 PM, didier derny <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> I'm trying to identifiy an eprom type to try to read it
>>
>> the rom is made by mos technology
>>
>> 24 pin
>>
>> datecode: 3680  (the 4000/8000 were not  sold at this time ?)
>>
>> label:  Edex 2.0
>>
>>
>> my wild guess is to say it was for the commodore 3000  not found the
>> schematics I guess it's equivalent to 2001N
>>
>> on the schematics  I found rom  6332  any datasheet any where ?
>>
>> what differences between a 2332 and a 6332  ?
>
> I've never heard about 6332. 2332 is the classic 4k ROM, pin
> compatible with 2532 EPROM type (NOT 2732).
> Is there anything else under the label? There must be a part number too.
>
> Regards
> Frank IZ8DWF
>
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Re: trying to identify a rom...

Steve Gray
Interesting. My identifier showed a mixture of PET BASIC 2 and BASIC 4 jsr calls and a few c64 calls.
BTW, found/fixed a couple small bugs so make sure you get V1.02a release.

Steve



From: didier derny <[hidden email]>
To: [hidden email]
Sent: Thursday, May 18, 2017 4:34 PM
Subject: Re: trying to identify a rom...

I think I finally got it  4k by plugin the rom on a SYM1
it is in sym1 paper tape format, I have to convert it



On 18/05/2017 22:03, Steve Gray wrote:
If you send me the 2K of code I can run it through the "platform identifier" of my disassembler. It should confirm what cbm machine/ it's for.

Steve


From: didier derny [hidden email]
To: [hidden email]
Sent: Thursday, May 18, 2017 3:08 PM
Subject: Re: trying to identify a rom...

there are no other marking on the top

on the bottom there is a number: 41203  made with some ink

I know roughly what is in this eprom but I'm not sure about the machine
nor the rom type

its a basic extension  but never seen this version 2.0 is probably the
version of the basic with which it was used


On 17/05/2017 22:21, Francesco Messineo wrote:
> On Wed, May 17, 2017 at 10:16 PM, didier derny <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> I'm trying to identifiy an eprom type to try to read it
>>
>> the rom is made by mos technology
>>
>> 24 pin
>>
>> datecode: 3680  (the 4000/8000 were not  sold at this time ?)
>>
>> label:  Edex 2.0
>>
>>
>> my wild guess is to say it was for the commodore 3000  not found the
>> schematics I guess it's equivalent to 2001N
>>
>> on the schematics  I found rom  6332  any datasheet any where ?
>>
>> what differences between a 2332 and a 6332  ?
>
> I've never heard about 6332. 2332 is the classic 4k ROM, pin
> compatible with 2532 EPROM type (NOT 2732).
> Is there anything else under the label? There must be a part number too.
>
> Regards
> Frank IZ8DWF
>
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Re: trying to identify a rom...

Didier Derny
Hi

I finally got the 4k by using my SYM1, but it's actually in sym1 paper tape format
I have to convert it then I'll send you the final image

Edex is relying heavily on the $E000 rom, each time commodore modified this rom
they had to produce a new edex

have a nice day :)

--
didier




On 19/05/2017 03:10, Steve Gray wrote:
Interesting. My identifier showed a mixture of PET BASIC 2 and BASIC 4 jsr calls and a few c64 calls.
BTW, found/fixed a couple small bugs so make sure you get V1.02a release.

Steve



From: didier derny [hidden email]
To: [hidden email]
Sent: Thursday, May 18, 2017 4:34 PM
Subject: Re: trying to identify a rom...

I think I finally got it  4k by plugin the rom on a SYM1
it is in sym1 paper tape format, I have to convert it



On 18/05/2017 22:03, Steve Gray wrote:
If you send me the 2K of code I can run it through the "platform identifier" of my disassembler. It should confirm what cbm machine/ it's for.

Steve


From: didier derny [hidden email]
To: [hidden email]
Sent: Thursday, May 18, 2017 3:08 PM
Subject: Re: trying to identify a rom...

there are no other marking on the top

on the bottom there is a number: 41203  made with some ink

I know roughly what is in this eprom but I'm not sure about the machine
nor the rom type

its a basic extension  but never seen this version 2.0 is probably the
version of the basic with which it was used


On 17/05/2017 22:21, Francesco Messineo wrote:
> On Wed, May 17, 2017 at 10:16 PM, didier derny <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> I'm trying to identifiy an eprom type to try to read it
>>
>> the rom is made by mos technology
>>
>> 24 pin
>>
>> datecode: 3680  (the 4000/8000 were not  sold at this time ?)
>>
>> label:  Edex 2.0
>>
>>
>> my wild guess is to say it was for the commodore 3000  not found the
>> schematics I guess it's equivalent to 2001N
>>
>> on the schematics  I found rom  6332  any datasheet any where ?
>>
>> what differences between a 2332 and a 6332  ?
>
> I've never heard about 6332. 2332 is the classic 4k ROM, pin
> compatible with 2532 EPROM type (NOT 2732).
> Is there anything else under the label? There must be a part number too.
>
> Regards
> Frank IZ8DWF
>
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Re: trying to identify a rom...

Steve Gray
One of the reasons I wrote my disassembler was to be able to take some of the nice PET option roms and get them to source code so some of the things could be used with my Editor ROM project and ColourPET. Also, I was thinking of adapting some PET games for colour. It took a while, but I think my disassembler is finally good enough to make these things much easier, although I won't call it finished just yet ;-)

Steve



From: didier derny <[hidden email]>
To: [hidden email]
Sent: Friday, May 19, 2017 3:49 AM
Subject: Re: trying to identify a rom...

Hi

I finally got the 4k by using my SYM1, but it's actually in sym1 paper tape format
I have to convert it then I'll send you the final image

Edex is relying heavily on the $E000 rom, each time commodore modified this rom
they had to produce a new edex

have a nice day :)

--
didier



On 19/05/2017 03:10, Steve Gray wrote:
Interesting. My identifier showed a mixture of PET BASIC 2 and BASIC 4 jsr calls and a few c64 calls.
BTW, found/fixed a couple small bugs so make sure you get V1.02a release.

Steve



From: didier derny [hidden email]
To: [hidden email]
Sent: Thursday, May 18, 2017 4:34 PM
Subject: Re: trying to identify a rom...

I think I finally got it  4k by plugin the rom on a SYM1
it is in sym1 paper tape format, I have to convert it



On 18/05/2017 22:03, Steve Gray wrote:
If you send me the 2K of code I can run it through the "platform identifier" of my disassembler. It should confirm what cbm machine/ it's for.

Steve


From: didier derny [hidden email]
To: [hidden email]
Sent: Thursday, May 18, 2017 3:08 PM
Subject: Re: trying to identify a rom...

there are no other marking on the top

on the bottom there is a number: 41203  made with some ink

I know roughly what is in this eprom but I'm not sure about the machine
nor the rom type

its a basic extension  but never seen this version 2.0 is probably the
version of the basic with which it was used


On 17/05/2017 22:21, Francesco Messineo wrote:
> On Wed, May 17, 2017 at 10:16 PM, didier derny <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> I'm trying to identifiy an eprom type to try to read it
>>
>> the rom is made by mos technology
>>
>> 24 pin
>>
>> datecode: 3680  (the 4000/8000 were not  sold at this time ?)
>>
>> label:  Edex 2.0
>>
>>
>> my wild guess is to say it was for the commodore 3000  not found the
>> schematics I guess it's equivalent to 2001N
>>
>> on the schematics  I found rom  6332  any datasheet any where ?
>>
>> what differences between a 2332 and a 6332  ?
>
> I've never heard about 6332. 2332 is the classic 4k ROM, pin
> compatible with 2532 EPROM type (NOT 2732).
> Is there anything else under the label? There must be a part number too.
>
> Regards
> Frank IZ8DWF
>
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Re: trying to identify a rom...

André Fachat

Am 19. Mai 2017 8:07:48 PM schrieb Steve Gray <[hidden email]>:

> One of the reasons I wrote my disassembler was to be able to take some of the nice PET option roms and get them to source code so some of the things could be used with my Editor ROM project and ColourPET. 

>

although I won't call it finished just yet ;-)


When I extended the recomment utility / disassembler I added a formatted html output mode with links for jumps, just to give you an idea for features :-)

Regards
André

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Re: trying to identify a rom...

Steve Gray
Hi,

Yes I've seen examples of your html output. Nice idea.

Steve



From: André Fachat <[hidden email]>
To: [hidden email]
Sent: Saturday, May 20, 2017 4:13 AM
Subject: Re: trying to identify a rom...

Am 19. Mai 2017 8:07:48 PM schrieb Steve Gray <[hidden email]>:
> One of the reasons I wrote my disassembler was to be able to take some of the nice PET option roms and get them to source code so some of the things could be used with my Editor ROM project and ColourPET. 
>
although I won't call it finished just yet ;-)

When I extended the recomment utility / disassembler I added a formatted html output mode with links for jumps, just to give you an idea for features :-)
Regards

André