Anyone developing Tube enhanced software?

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Re: Anyone developing Tube enhanced software?

Post by fordp » Thu Jun 22, 2017 6:49 pm

I wrote 2 Tube enhanced software titles back in the 1980's for my 32016 second processor that I donated to Hoglet.

The first was a DTP printing program that read in the whole page in to RAM and printed it sideways on the printer in A5 format.

The second was a hacked version of a commercial PCB package. It was crap so I rewrote a lot of it for the Copro.

I still may have both pieces of software somewhere.
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Re: Anyone developing Tube enhanced software?

Post by RobC » Fri Jun 23, 2017 8:33 am

fordp wrote:I wrote 2 Tube enhanced software titles back in the 1980's for my 32016 second processor that I donated to Hoglet.
There's very little 32016 software left so I'd love to see these.

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Re: Anyone developing Tube enhanced software?

Post by trixster » Sat Jul 01, 2017 12:50 pm

Lardo Boffin wrote:
Elminster wrote:I suspect using the api will probably more important than ever now co pros are so easy/ cheap to get.

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