The alternative, of course, is to stick such stuff in a library directory, possibly even the library directory.lcww1 wrote:That's smart - I like it! I think I'll organise my Econet along these lines. Thanks for sharing
Back at school, we had the original Solidisk sideways RAM boards, which accepted all writes to &8000-BFFF regardless of which bank was selected. This meant that if you gave a ROM image &8000 as load address and &D9CD as execution address, *imagename would load it and hit break, which was kinda handy.
Also, don't forget that there's the BOOT user, where shift+break does a *I AM BOOT. Back in the day, most sites offered a menu with a variety of useful stuff. Installing ANFS in sideways RAM is a good candidate for including in BOOT's menu.