Tag Archives: retrocomputing

EasyFlash, EasySDK, and EasyAPI

In the last couple of days I’ve been tinkering with Thomas ’skoe’ Giesel’s EasySDK code that he published here a while back. I wasn’t able to find an example that would show how to embed the EasyAPI (EAPI) binary in a cartridge … Continue reading

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TAPClean updated

Those of you who closely follow the development of TAPClean might have noticed that I’ve been doing some improvement work on the code in order to address an excellent finding submitted to me by Ziggy72: The loader previously referred to … Continue reading

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IFFL System published

Having extended Cadaver’s IFFL System a while back, I decided to publish my work on GitHub. My extensions include: Added 1-bit transfer support for using sprites while loading. Added optional buffer-less block receive support (RECEIVE_BUFFER = 0 saves 254 bytes … Continue reading

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IECHost clients updated

Version 2.9 of the IECHost GUI client and version 1.6 of the IECHost CLI Utilities were published within my Software page. Details of what’s changed in this version are provided within each package, through the changelog.txt file. Additionally, I am … Continue reading

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A good reason to be careful when giving a GTK+ widget focus

While running my IECHost client under Linux I noticed that something was bugging me: If the application was launched and a key pressed or released before the directory listing drawing area had been shown, an assertion failure would be reported … Continue reading

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IECHost GUI client: issue tracker

In order to coordinate development efforts on the IECHost GUI client, following Tomse’s suggestion, I’ve set up a project on Hosted Redmine. My choice fell on the hosted version, as opposite to running my own instance, due to a number … Continue reading

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Update ahead of the Easter break

The feedback on the IECHost GUI client for mass-dumping purposes has been patchy: I got bits and pieces in terms of feature requests but haven’t managed, among other things, to get hold of Graham (the author of WarpCopy64). Therefore, I … Continue reading

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