[Coco] MON09 monitor binaries available to FEST! attendees -- [dave09 at dunfield.com: Re: distribute binary versions of MON09?]
John W. Linville
linville at tuxdriver.com
Sun Mar 29 08:53:03 EDT 2009
In yesterday's presentation I mentioned using "monitor" programs to
aid development of CoCo software. Some of you even got a little demo
at my table of MON09, the monitor available from Dunfield Development
Unfortunately, I didn't thoroughly investigate the source license
of MON09 before starting my project. (Let that be a lesson to some
others on the list...) I cannot give anyone the sources to my MON09
port to the CoCo. However...
I contacted Dave Dunfield and asked his permission to distribute
the binary version of MON09 ported to the CoCo at the CoCoFEST! this
weekend. Dave was nice enough to agree to the letter of my request.
If you are a CoCoFEST! attendee and are interested in having a good
monitor program to run on your RS232 Pak (or Roger's alternative)
then let me know today! I will be happy to help you out!
P.S. Those interested in writing CoCo code in C (or assembly) and
needing a good toolset should investigate the Dunfield offerings.
They are reasonably priced and provide good tools for the 6809 and
several other "vintage" and/or "small" processors. I'll be happy to
help you find the Dunfield website if you need.
----- Forwarded message from Dave Dunfield <dave09 at dunfield.com> -----
> From: Dave Dunfield <dave09 at dunfield.com>
> Organization: Dunfield Development Services
> To: "John W. Linville" <linville at tuxdriver.com>
> Date: Sun, 29 Mar 2009 08:02:31 -0500
> Subject: Re: distribute binary versions of MON09?
> Sorry for the late response (had an emergency this past week
> with one of my clients) - I hope by "next weekend" you
> didn't mean "this weekend".
> You may distribute the modified binary image of MON09 for the
> Coco at the Chicago CoCoFEST. You may NOT distriute any of my
> source code (modified or otherwise) at any time. You must also
> clearly identify the image as NOT "free software", and ensure
> that the recipients understand that they may NOT subsequently
> redistribute it.
> This is not an unlimited distribution license - Permission is
> granted for distribution at the upcoming Chicago CoCoFEST only.
> You may not distribute the image after this event.
> Dave Dunfield
> dave09 (at) Dave Dunfield
> dunfield (dot) Firmware development services & tools: www.dunfield.com
> com Collector of vintage computing equipment:
----- End forwarded message -----
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