Started by arnoldemu, 19:13, 14 October 10
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Quote from: CP/M User on 03:59, 15 October 10I think Brian Watson maybe able to help out with this - though I think he only had the Discs themselves (not Disc Images). I'm hoping (for the sake of the programs I'm been creating and the website) that CP/M v2.2 is to some extent the same - in that it can run the programs I've been generating. All I know is it works with the CP/M v2.2 supplied on the Turbo Pascal Disc and CP/M v2.2 from Side 4 of the CP/M Plus Disc set. Unfortunately I don't know how to get a hold of Brian, he has been on comp.sys.amstrad.8bit so you can reach him there if all else fails.
Quote from: TFM/FS on 19:43, 15 October 10Disassemblies of "old" CP/M COM files are nice, but the source is already out there... (but in poor 8080 menomics, so to have it in Z80 is more beautifull). EDIT: Just one good point to start is http://www.znode51.de/indexe.htm
Quote from: TFM/FS on 19:43, 15 October 10Well, you guys should use the Z system instead of CP/M Plus, this provides Unix like power for the CPC. I'm talking about Z3Plus not NZCOM. Named Directories, Shell stacks, Error handler, History and and and...
Quote from: TFM/FS on 19:43, 15 October 10Disassemblies of "old" CP/M COM files are nice, but the source is already out there... (but in poor 8080 menomics, so to have it in Z80 is more beautifull).
Quote from: arnoldemu on 11:05, 17 October 10I don't think the sources for the CPC specific COM files are out there or of the CPC BIOS?For the digital research stuff yes.
Quote from: arnoldemu on 11:27, 17 October 10I am only interested for the cpc side of it.I am also interested to know if the newer cpm type environments can be used on a cpc, and if so if there are some boot discs out there to see them running. but that is about it.
Quote from: CP/M User on 13:38, 20 October 10TFM/FS wrote: Sure, CPC only also for me Well, I used the Z3Plus system (and a bit the NZCOM) with the CPC. The last Wordstar was using the TC capabilities, which means text had attributes and so on. It's like working with unix on a CPC. You have all that abouve mentioned stuff. I still have the Z3Plus running on my Dobbertin HD20 hard disc with all that named-directories and so on. It's kicks ass and you don't want to use trash like M$-DOS any longer. Z3P _is_ superior. However I had to focus on other OS then... I can try to get some DSKs together. On the other hand you can get all the CPC related stuff form CP/M sites. Just need a bit of searching... ;-)Obviously the sites you know and the sites I know are completely different! The and Illusive CP/M Games Disc from Robot PD remains forever hidden - maybe the games on it are that bad or bug ridden their scared to reveal it!!
Quote21100* VDEThe commercial quality word-processor (file length up to 60k) in both its original and revised "ZDE" forms, plus a PD spell-checker. 21101 Express Writer and Bradford, two word-processors with high quality printout options. 21400* PrintmasterIngenious poster and card design package, with an integral font and clip art library. Easy to use and capable of superb results. 21600 GigaCADGraphical CAD system from Germany. CP/M 2.2 only 22000 Miscellaneous utilities including date-stamping, print processing, and easy menu creation. 22100* Filesweep utilitiesA set of intuitive file utilities, including the classic Newsweep (NSWP) and enhancements such as Maxisweep. If you can use ParaDOS, you can use these. 22101 Sector editors and extended format utilities, including PC and PCW disc readers. Not PCW 22300 File crunchers, providing a highly space-effective way of archiving your spare files. 22301 File crunchers. 22400 Two front-ends: the excellent GUI of Geno (CP/M 2.2 only) and the Unix-like command line of SUnix. 23102 The SmartModem terminal and CRR (CP/M Read and Reply off-line reader). 23103 Kermit and UUCP file transfer, plus the CPC-Modem terminal program. 23205 XRAS bulletin-board system. 24100* ZBASIC and MBASICTwo alternative versions of BASIC. ZBASIC is a cut-down version of a fast commercial BASIC compiler, while Microsoft's classic MBASIC is the program with which the manufacturers of Windows first made their name. 24200 XLisp 24300 JRT Pascal disc 1 24301 JRT Pascal disc 2An interpreted version of the language with extensive documentation. 24302 Small C 24400 Z80disFlexible Z80 disassembler. 24401* Dazzlestar, arguably the most fully-featured disassembler available for Z80 systems, plus powerful assembler ZSM.
Quote from: CP/M User on 08:22, 23 October 10I've been having a rummage through the znode51. Somewhere I got the impression it was all CP/M based, though there's some AMSDOS based stuff on there, along with Kev's Extensive Guide to Firmware, amongst other Hardware information for the CPC. About the most interesting thing on that is an Invaders game for the CPC done for CP/M. Unfortunately there's no source, it's all done using Text anyway!
Quote from: redbox on 20:16, 24 October 10Problem with CP/M is always that it uses some of the specific hardware routines depending on the platform it's running on, but it's interesting none the less.
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