[Coco] [Color Computer] Contiki OS
gene.heskett at verizon.net
Sun Mar 27 20:58:43 EST 2005
On Sunday 27 March 2005 17:48, Phill Harvey-Smith wrote:
>James Dessart wrote:
>> On 27-Mar-05, at 4:18 PM, Ben Jimenez wrote:
>>>I've noticed a os called the Contiki and that some
>>>coco users are trying to port it to the coco. I was
>>>wondering if the assembler below might be of some help
>>>in this? I'd like to see this done and I've visited
>>>the sourceforge website but am uable to join the
>>>cc6309 (think thats it) group.
>> Talk to John Hogerhuis, he's the project admin. The compiler needs
>> to be ready before Contiki can be implemented.
>What's it written in ? ASM ? C ? or some other HLL ?
>From what I've read on it, much of it was for the commie 64 &
variations thereof originally.
>>>Has anyone else worked on developing a os for the coco?
>> There's NitrOS-9 that Boisy Pitre works on, along with Allen
>> Huffman, and a few others (sorry I can't remember all of you)
Thats all right, we know whowe are :)
>No probs :), I recently did a bit of work porting NitrOS-9 to the
>Dragon, so if Contiki was ported to the CoCo, would prolly have a
> crack at that too. The basic difference was the difference between
> the way the CoCo and Dragon access their disk controlers.
Can you elaborate on that Phill? I've not seen much ink on the disk
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