Monthly Archives: November 2015

TAPClean 0.32 released

After having accidentally released 0.32-pre10 a couple of days ago, I’ve released TAPClean 0.32 again today, which is essentially 0.32-pre11 promoted to a release. The release process occurred because I am now adding support for MSX tapes ­čÖé So far … Continue reading

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Second DC2N4-LC ready

This morning I managed to finish the build and testing of the second DC2N4-LC. It will soon be en route to its destination ­čÖé

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Initial implementation of the MSX Tape scanner in TAPClean

Tonight I managed to start the implementation of the MSX tape┬áscanner in TAPClean in order to validate files and extract data from them. For the time being I added support for Header files with┬áextraction of the filename. I plan to … Continue reading

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IECHost fast transfer finished

I┬áhad a chance to finish the first iteration of the fast two-bit protocol to quickly transfer data between IECHost and a Commodore drive over the IEC bus! Here’s a snippet of my drive code (the “Hello World server”): ; Main … Continue reading

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DC2N4-LC boards received

Today I received my DC2N4 Low Cost boards and once again I could not resist the temptation to assemble one!

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My own Tiny C2N Monitor fully assembled

Here it is, the little companion to DC2N version 1 or to the C2N itself, if you wish, fully assembled. It actually sticks out of a C64 enough to be seen while standing in front of┬áit. I definitely prefer it … Continue reading

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Tiny C2N Monitor tested successfully

The Tiny C2N Monitor board was successfully tested as per below: 9 DIY kits will be made available shortly. Stay tuned!

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