Started by FloppySoftware, 01:06, 23 September 21
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Quote from: GUNHED on 14:00, 23 September 21Looks good. But why to reinvent the wheel? We have all of that and more in the ZCPR System. You may know Z3Plus for CP/M Plus. If not ... it's really worth taking a look at it.Oh, there's nothing on youtube
Quote from: norecess on 20:21, 23 September 21I looked at your website, it looks nice.I'm curious, do you program everything on the real machine ? I noticed you were using SmallC + your own text editor..
Quote from: GeoffB17 on 21:10, 23 September 21Interesting.I've downloaded the SX.COM and this works on my (enhanced) PCW, but it does very little. I guess that I need to download the various *.sx files? Get them one by one?Not clear what I need for basic functionalityThe benefit of this system is that it runs on top of CP/M, and does not need any mods to the system. The ZCPR (etc) systems need to replace the existing CP/M I understand?I use the HiSoft ED80 text editor, which works well, I'll see how this operated within this process?Thanks.Geoff
Quote from: GeoffB17 on 21:10, 23 September 21The benefit of this system is that it runs on top of CP/M, and does not need any mods to the system. The ZCPR (etc) systems need to replace the existing CP/M I understand?
Quote from: GeoffB17 on 23:08, 23 September 21Hello,Thanks for the extra info.No problem with the commands being external, I assume it's the usual trade off between performance and TPA size.I downloaded the SX.COM OK, but the other files don't have a visible d/l option - or am I missing something? I'd like to get the *.x and the *.sx for now. A better batch system would be useful.Performance may well not be an issue if everything is loading of one of the uIDE drives?Geoff
Quote from: GeoffB17 on 01:45, 24 September 21Furrther playing...Now determined that it's the .sx files that don't have an option to download, but the .x files will do so. I'll assume that the text files have the problem, any binary ones will download OK?Copied through some of the .x files, and thied how things operate. Things seem to work OK with C: and J:, so no problems with the uIDE etc. Certainly seem faster with the uIDE than direct floppy. Both seem OK though.Tried to get the redirect to work. Tried ls c0: >m0:dir.txt and this seemed to try to do what it was supposed to do, no result appeared on the screen, but I get an Error - Bad File Name message.Also tried cpm ed80 test.txt which correctly went into ed80, all fine, but on exit while test.txt was created I got a prompt showing sx -r profrst.sx which is nothing that I'd entered - maybe this is a temp bat file that the cpm process has created? But should it show in this way?Anyway, looking VERY interesting. Useful to be able to mix the 'unix' and the cpm commands.More playing...Geoff
ls *:txt > files.lst
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Quote from: GUNHED on 01:38, 24 September 21Back to SamaruX. Looks like the key features are the Unix like appearance.
A>SX LS -AL *.TXT | MORE
Quote from: m_dr_m on 15:30, 29 September 21Amazing project and very neat site.Piping and scripting, wow!Does it have auto-completion like Symbos shell?By the way, how does MESCC compare with SDCC and LLVM-Z80?
Quote from: FloppySoftware on 08:33, 24 September 21For the rest RTFM if you are really interested.
Quote from: DoctorCPC on 09:42, 30 September 21your Amstrad PCW projects are great. i shared this links at turkish Retro Computers forums. and i will share this information at my CPCUserClub web site. really great Amstrad PCW projects. I love Amstrad CPC, Amstrad PCW and Amstrad NC
Quote from: GUNHED on 23:13, 29 September 21It's always a great idea to Read The FutureOS Manual.
Quote from: FloppySoftware on 10:35, 30 September 21Of course everything goes around your OS.
Quote from: GUNHED on 15:06, 30 September 21Do you have any kind of humor? If not please don't tell me RTFM, because that's offensive.Actually I posted here a bit, because I wanted to support your work. But your behaviour is not acceptable. So for future do your stuff alone.
Quote from: GUNHED on 19:16, 30 September 21Sorry accepted
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