newbie building a scratch-built computer (River)
bfranchuk at jetnet.ab.ca
Fri Aug 3 19:56:42 CDT 2007
Tony Duell wrote:
> If you're talking about designing a new processor (and thus an instruction
> set)_, I agree. But if you;re using a fairly common microprocessor, then
> I am sure you can find some kind of assemblre for it (to run under an
> emulator for a microcomputer based on that procrssor if need be).
But on this list you get but find out other machines than the standard 8080/Z80
6502/6800 crop of cpu chips. Since you can't find the chips any more from other
less common computer systems I don't expect the software is out there at all.
Ben alias woodelf.
PS. (wish list)Can the Cubix 6809 system run the open source of OS/9? That would make
a nice homebrew with a small IDE drive.
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