[Coco] New website is live!
robert.gault at worldnet.att.net
Tue Dec 4 18:05:45 EST 2007
Ty S wrote:
> Thanks for all of the kind words, everyone! It feels great to be back in
the CoCo groove, despite my only hardware being a stock CoCo3 and a CCR-81.
I've been pondering over creating a 6809 (dis)assembler & monitor in
the thought of the execution speed is scaring me. :) (I have no way to use
EDTASM without a disk system, and money is a little tight right now.)
my CCR-81 has served me well thus far. : D
There is always the EDTASM cart. If you can't get the real thing, you
can find an image of the cart on the Internet, burn an EPROM, and create
your own cart.
Of course your best bet, is to run Disk EDTASM in an emulator. You can
transfer the results to your real Coco via tape if you have an SB-16
sound card. You can make life easier still by using RainbowIDE on your
PC as it supports most of the Disk EDTASM syntax. You will still need to
transfer results by tape.
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