Category Archives: Retrocomputing

Random thoughts on Commodore machines and new gizmos for them

IECHost GUI client version 3.5 released

Version 3.5 of the IECHost GUI client is now available within my Software page.

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Updates and a fully built Tiny C2N Monitor for sale

I am nowhere near catching up with my emails, but I thought it’d be useful to build a Tiny C2N Monitor to get back in my old routine. Details of the unit for sale are available here. More to come … Continue reading

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A number of software updates

Along with officially releasing TAPClean 0.38 on Sourceforge, I made version 0.40 of TAPClean Front End and version 3.4 of the IECHost GUI client available within my Software page. Enjoy!

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A few updates for 2019

First of all, happy new year to everybody! As I commented before, I might not have many opportunities to work at my own projects due to my current work load and travel. However, back from the holiday break I’ve immediately … Continue reading

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TAPClean planned update postponed

I had planned to release an update for TAPClean today, ahead of Christmas, but it turns out I forgot to add one file from my development clone to SF’s repo. Unfortunately, I haven’t got access to the missing file where … Continue reading

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TAPClean updated

A few weeks back, Pawel brought a couple of tape dumps to my attention, both using a loader very similar to Biturbo, but with a signature, “MMS”, that made him think of MMS, a famous coder from Poland. I’ve finally … Continue reading

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A few updates

For those who are wondering why I am slow to reply to requests, I shall say that I’ve been quite busy at work, in the process of changing the infrastructure technology used for our application stack. Unfortunately, my responsiveness might … Continue reading

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