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Old 23rd Jun 2019, 12:06 am   #1
Karen O
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Default Retro computer homebrew: Orton SC/MP emulator with NIBL

Hi All,

Well, here's my latest SC/MP emulator. This one approximates the SC/MP at chip level, i.e. you could build a system with real SRAM, EPROM, I/O ports etc.

It includes a boot facility which copies up to 4k bytes into low memory. Thereafter this memory is write protected so behaves like ROM. I use this to load NIBL into a 32k byte SRAM.
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Old 2nd Jul 2019, 10:55 pm   #2
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Default Re: Retro computer homebrew: Orton SC/MP emulator with NIBL

Nice - I really must learn about managing PIC chips as this seems a great way to play with NIBL on real hardware.
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