[Coco] HDB-DOS is now FREE
Boisy G. Pitre
boisy at tee-boy.com
Sat Jan 21 09:04:51 EST 2012
I'm making arrangements for CoCoROMs to be on Wes Gale's www.opencoco.net as a project. That will be the official hosting place for the repo. As soon as we rectify a few technical issues I'll put it up there and let you know.
OpenCoCo supports GIT instead of Mercurial. That will be the only difference.
BTW, have you ever made progress with your assembler in making it fully mamou compatible? I would really like to get behind one assembler in the community and yours seems robust.
Boisy G. Pitre
On Jan 20, 2012, at 2:06 PM, William Astle wrote:
> On 12-01-20 12:47 PM, Steven Hirsch wrote:
>> On Fri, 20 Jan 2012, William Astle wrote:
>>> The HDB-DOS and Coco ROMs now have a public mercurial repository at
>>> the following site:
>>> The repository can be browsed normally in your web browser as well as
>>> accessed via mercurial.
>>> There is also a tarball with the initial contents of the repository
>>> for those of you who do not want to mess about with mercurial and want
>>> to download the whole thing.
>> Suggestion: You might want to post a one-liner showing folks exactly how
>> to checkout the mercurial repository?
> Indeed. Good point. I've added that one-liner to the above linked page. Anyone who doesn't want to follow the link:
> hg clone http://roms.coco.l-w.ca/hg cocoroms
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