I keep on working on this program, so much fun letting the old KIM-1 experience come alive again.
0.13.1 brings tape support in the KIM-1 way: you enter the start address, end addres and tape ID and strat the tape save at location 1800, load from 1873.
A popup appears to choose file to laod/save form, while the KIM-1 waits for the laod and save to finish. Success or failure is reported as the KIM-1 monitor does: 0000 (OK) or FFFF (not OK) as address.
Also the main screen has seen some updates, the console is bigger and one can choose fore and background colior.Many VT100 cursor control works now, more to come.
Tasting and building now on Windows, Raspberry PI OS and Ubuntu.
– color managing in Console to allow reverse video, coloured characters, more VT100/ANSI ESCape support.
– add tape file support to the general memory laod and save routines, also in the Convert 8 bit hex formats program.
– thinking how to add 6532 timer support
Enjoy and tell me what you think!
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