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Started by Habi, 00:22, 03 March 16
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Quote from: Prodatron on 00:58, 03 March 16I am really impressed! Especially "Ana Rosa" will help me a lot!
Quote from: TFM on 16:52, 03 March 16Oh, you need a real PcW16? I got a spare one, for postage.
Quote from: Munchausen on 18:13, 03 March 16I bought a second pcw16 specifically for prodatron some time ago. I haven't sent it because I was trying to figure out how to connect the IDE drive (if there's going to be a symbos port we would like IDE right?) I was part way through reversing the schematics WRT the missing ICs, but haven't had time to look at it for a while due to real life.
Quote from: TFM on 18:36, 03 March 16Ok, you first then. So I don't have to bother my dad to put it in a box and bring it to the post office. I honestly don't know about the PcW16's IDE features. Was there an official hardware, or something homebrew. (Shouldn't be a problem to connect an X-MASS IMHO).
Quote from: PulkoMandy on 07:18, 04 March 16The PcW16 has a lot of unused features. Not only the half IDE port, but also the VGA output with CPC-compatile 27 color palette and a few more things. Clearly the ANT project was still in the developer team mind, but as far as I know that never reached production.
Quote from: Trebmint on 11:22, 04 March 16Wow thanks for the PcW16 emu, booted it up last night and was taken back to when I was doing some dev work on it when it came out. Weird filing system, and a tricky to use OS, but a nice machine. Symbos on this would run very nicely
Quote from: Munchausen on 14:31, 04 March 16There is CP/M for it as well.
Quote from: Trebmint on 14:35, 04 March 16I've never been that keen on CP/M Tbh, and I'm part of the Symbos team and I'm still working on Unify. I know this machine is something Prodatron would like to port too, so this emu is an amazing thing for this goal
Quote from: greatxerox on 23:25, 08 March 16i really like cp/m box.what is this pre-release, it's Win32 ?
Quote from: Habi on 02:12, 13 March 16Thank you! Yes, it's Win32.
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