Sipke de Wal, xgistor, SC/MP, TI59
ajp166 at bellatlantic.net
Thu Sep 28 16:04:30 CDT 2006
>Subject: Re: Sipke de Wal, xgistor, SC/MP, TI59
> From: "Ethan Dicks" <ethan.dicks at gmail.com>
> Date: Fri, 29 Sep 2006 07:44:44 +1200
> To: "General Discussion: On-Topic and Off-Topic Posts" <cctalk at classiccmp.org>
>On 9/28/06, Tony Wills <ajwills at paradise.net.nz> wrote:
>> Re Sipke's xgistor.ath.cx website and his National Semiconductor SC/MP
>> (Scamp) CPU emulator, thanks for the replies I've had so far. I've
>> collected up many of the files formerly from his site and created an "echo"
>> of his site...
>> The SC/MP page is now complete (http://xgistor-echo.ath.cx/scmp.htm), but
>> I've seen no sign of his SC/MP emulator and would dearly love to see a
>> copy. The emulator was in a file called Scmp09.zip 1.3MB
>Thanks for doing this. I did have a look and did not happen to snag a copy
>of the emulator in years past, but I probably should have, given that I have
>multiple INS8073 systems.
The 8073 is extended over the Sc/mpII. The flavor I have is the
the isp500 (pmos) and The 8073 which has Nibble BASIC.
>Since folks are digging around for SC/MP stuff, does anyone have a
>disassembler? I'm trying to dig into some INS8073 firmware and would
>rather not a) do it by hand with an instruction set listing, or b) write a
>disassembler from scratch. I'd prefer a UNIX-compatible disassembler,
>but could use a DOS one if that's all there is out there.
Never seen one. The only assembler I'd ran under ISIS.
I'd love to get an assembler and a few tools for the 8073 to play with
it more outside of basic.
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