The SYM-1 monitor, Supermon, is described in the Reference manual
Written by Manny Lomas, of TIM and RAP fame.
Two versions of the monitor were shipped, Version 1.0 and Version 1.1.
Version SY1.1, the second release of Supermon, is described in a separate manual.
|Appendix M describing the version 1.1 Monitor enhancements and listing.|
The ROM contains Supermon, the machine monitor, the audio cassette functions and the boot ROM function (vectors asn such aare cleverly loaded into RAM by some hardware tricks with protected RAM at upper memory.
Written by Manny Lomas, of TIM-1 and RAP fame. RAE is an optional ROM.
An assembler and editor in 8K.
| RAE-1 Reference manual. Version of 1980.
Scan by Rob Ward.
|RAE-1 Reference manual. Version of 1981|
- RAE V1.0 first ROM at B000 RAE V1.0 02-0023A
- RAE V1.0 second ROM at E000 02-0024A
- RAE V1.0 first ROM at B000
- RAE V1.0 second ROM at E000
- RAE notes 1
- RAE notes 2
- RAE notes 3
RAE Reference cards, click for larger view.
9600 baud patch, Disassembler for RAE, RAE to ASCII converter, Cross referencer, all in RAE source format
SYM-1 XRAY Extended RAE, manual and listing
|SYM-1 XRAY Extended RAE, manual and listing|
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