Started by FRAGKI-2012, 01:30, 28 March 13
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Quote from: TFM on 22:57, 07 June 16Ok, this is clear! You need to change the BASIC loader in a way that every LOAD command will be changed into an RSX, since the loaded parts are part of the ROM(s). The program can't apply AI to any BASIC program. So one has to change loaders in BASIC with the hand.Let's say the BASIC loads a Binary at &9000 then replace this line in the BASIC program to an RSX command (for example !LOADBIN). And use the same name for the Binary in the ROM. Also use the correct loading address.Is this clear in my broken English, or do I need to go more into detail?EDIT: Look at the ROMs I posted, they can serve as an example. Look at the BASIC loader.
Quote from: TFM on 23:22, 28 March 13Ok... in quick... Install Softbrenner ROM in an MegaFlash or CPC emulatorInsert Disc with "Munch.", the 15 KB fileStart Softbrenner with !SBType "M" for Make ROMPress "X" for add RSXMove black bar over file "MUNCH." (ok, it is there already)Press RETRUN to load fileNow you see a RSX command, that can be changed. Press DEL just once to delete the pointOn the screen you see "!MUNCH", press ReturnPress "2" for "load file into RAM and autostart"Press Return twice to admit the load and autostart addresses of the filePress N for No autostart after resetNow press "S" for save ROMAnd that's it you have your ROM!!!
QuoteOne last thing remains to do: You must adapt the checksum. That can be done with the small basic program "checksum.bas"
Quote from: SuTeKH/Epyteor on 23:09, 06 September 18[oops... wrong thread!]
QuoteIt's all done (snip) here:
QuoteI really like Softbrenner, the only 'missing thing' is that it doesn't add the checksum to &FFFF. But since it was made for the ROM-RAM-Box they didn't think about adding a checksum when saving a ROM. But I guess we can life with that, since it can be done by hand easy.
Quote from: mr_lou on 20:03, 18 September 13Ok, got the Softbrenner ROM working, but have to give up anyway.Can't do this using any emulator on Linux it seems (?). Caprice doesn't let me save files to disk. Whatever files I save is gone from the DSK again after a reset.And Arnold doesn't seem to support adding additional ROM files.I guess I'll have to wait till there's time and room for me to setup my CPC+ somewhere.
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