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Apple I core

Postby RobertK » Fri Apr 13, 2018 6:47 am

I just noticed on Gehstock's GitHub repository that he has brought a first version of an Apple I core to the MIST.

I don't quite know how to use the Apple I, but at first sight it does what is expected.

@Gehstock: thanks once more for keeping the MIST project alive.

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Re: Apple I core

Postby DrOG » Fri Apr 13, 2018 10:59 am

It has already an own topic here:

viewtopic.php?f=117&t=33511

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Re: Apple I core

Postby RobertK » Fri Apr 13, 2018 11:11 am

MIST-only owners do not check the MISTer section very often... :)

Thanks.

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Re: Apple I core

Postby JackZielke » Sun Apr 15, 2018 12:38 am

As a MiSTer-only owner I had never come over here before either. :D
I came for an Apple 1 post. Was not disappointed.

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Re: Apple I core

Postby ericgus » Sun Apr 15, 2018 3:18 am

RobertK wrote:MIST-only owners do not check the MISTer section very often... :)

Thanks.


Yea I can say as a MiST owner I have never looked at the MiSTer forums since it was split off on its own...

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Re: Apple I core

Postby JackZielke » Mon Apr 16, 2018 11:01 pm

If someone modifies the code to be able to load text files as if they are being typed in I will convert some more software. While I can not test or use this, I anticipate being able to do so at some point...

Right now I have two copies of microchess and I have no easy way to tell which is newer or if they are just completely different. =]

https://linuxcoffee.com/apple1/software/

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Re: Apple I core

Postby DrOG » Tue May 08, 2018 4:19 am

Hi!

Just now discovered a "serial transfer" version of the core in Gehstock's GitHub repository. There's an 'off *.on' option in the menu, selecting that you get into the file browser. How should it work? (Sorry for my ignorance but I'm absolutely no familiar with the orginal system).

Sorry for double post, I wrote the same to the MiSTer topic of the core, not sure which one should I use (I own only a MiST, but main infos are in the another topic).

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Re: Apple I core

Postby Gehstock » Tue May 08, 2018 6:53 am

.Serial Setup
Depending on the board you can use serial to communicate with the Apple 1, some boards require a toggle to be set to select between PS/2 input and UART input. The UART by default will be set to 115200 (8/N/1).

A very basic hardware flow control is implemented. You should turn on CTS support as this will allow you to cut and paste code into the Woz Mon without the Apple 1 missing any bytes.




I know nothing about this Machine and can't Test. Never See this Core in Action

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Re: Apple I core

Postby Gehstock » Thu May 10, 2018 10:48 pm

Try Serial Transfer with another FPGA Board, without succsess. Same for the ORAO Core. Maybe i was wrong

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Re: Apple I core

Postby DrOG » Fri May 11, 2018 3:41 am

The main problems are in my opinion that nobody who is familiar with original systems (Apple One and Orao) is interested to help porting these cores, and without a working MiST it's near impossible to complete these (or add similar) functions.

As usually, I'm very grateful for your tireless effort making these cores better!

Thank you, and have a nice weekend! :cheers:

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Re: Apple I core

Postby ericgus » Fri May 11, 2018 3:52 am

Gehstock wrote:I know nothing about this Machine and can't Test. Never See this Core in Action


Gehstock, did you ever try to directly contact lotharek at lotharek@lotharek.pl about repairing your MiST?


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