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Z80 Assembly Coders Comeback
Posted by Nick on 9 January 2000, 03:45 GMT

The Z80 Assembly Coders, a group who primarily programs for the Z80 processor, have returned with a new website and some new programs. They have also added three new members to their staff. New programs include 83 Disassembler, BugOS (a new shell for the TI-86), The Genetic Code, and Stunt Copter. In the next month, Z80 Assembly Coders also plans to release an RPG named Cuendillar for the TI-83. Cuendillar is slightly based on "The Wheel of Time" by Robert Jordan. It contains a huge map, 12 towns, many caves, a boat, smooth scrolling, day and night, and much more! The Z80 Assembly Coders is temporarily located at z80.us.fornax.com until some preferences can be set up on www.zed80asm.org. We'll let you guys know when the domain gets up. We look forward to seeing more quality programs from the Z80 Assembly Coders in the near future!

 


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Re: Z80 Assembly Coders Comeback
WarHawk376  Account Info
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yay

     9 January 2000, 03:52 GMT

Re: Z80 Assembly Coders Comeback
deuist Account Info

Aren't there enough OSes for the 86?

     9 January 2000, 04:09 GMT


Re: Re: Z80 Assembly Coders Comeback
amicek  Account Info
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who says you can't improve on what has already been done?

amicek

     9 January 2000, 05:22 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Z80 Assembly Coders Comeback
meingts Account Info

Of course then there's the question of which shell to use. Especially if you're new to the scene.

     9 January 2000, 05:32 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Z80 Assembly Coders Comeback
ikecam  Account Info

ticalc used to have a good 86 shell comparison page, but I don't think it exists anymore, and if it does, it would be hoplessly out of date.

     10 January 2000, 02:37 GMT

Re: Z80 Assembly Coders Comeback
George Smith  Account Info

Hmmm, BugOS acts *ALOT* like Rascall (my favorite 86 "shell")

     9 January 2000, 04:30 GMT

Re: Re: Z80 Assembly Coders Comeback
Cpt.Ginyu

Rasscall should step a side. Arron Curtis Yet Another Shell is where its at now. Until another 85/82 emulating shell comes forward with support for programs over 8k YAS will reighn supreme!

     9 January 2000, 06:53 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Z80 Assembly Coders Comeback
Cpt.Ginyu

Boy was I wasted last night when I wrote that comment. I apologise to all the rascall v.9 users out there.

     9 January 2000, 17:38 GMT

Re: Re: Z80 Assembly Coders Comeback
Alexander Liemen
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The only thing where it acts like rascal is the about/help screen which in fact is taken from rascal v0.9.

     9 January 2000, 20:23 GMT


Re: Re: Z80 Assembly Coders Comeback
ikecam  Account Info

Except that it doesn't do half the cool stuff Rascall does.

     10 January 2000, 02:43 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Z80 Assembly Coders Comeback
Alexander Liemen
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Wait for BugOS v0.9 :)

     10 January 2000, 16:25 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Z80 Assembly Coders Comeback
ikecam  Account Info
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Are you planning 85 emmulation and so forth? I hope so, because BugOS is the best looking interface I've seen since Rascall (Damn it, Shepcar, you were so close. Why didn't you just finish the freakin' thing? Oh well, it's still cool.)

     11 January 2000, 04:25 GMT

ti86 = (ti83 + ti85 + more)
Ciaran McCreesh  Account Info
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Hmmm, why doesn't anyone write a shell for the 86 that can emulate the 83(+)? It's dead easy to do, I've written the code but I can't be bothered to stick an interface on it so I've never released it.

Are these guys Linux users, as I think? Hope so. They'll know about real code if they do. Must read the source...

Ciaran McCreesh
http://www.asm86.cwc.net/ for a ti86 assembly tutorial.

     9 January 2000, 18:08 GMT

Re: ti86 = (ti83 + ti85 + more)
ikecam  Account Info
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You should send your code to someone making a shell.

     11 January 2000, 21:26 GMT


Re: ti86 = (ti83 + ti85 + more)
Justin TerAvest  Account Info
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I, myself am a linux user. (Not one of those stupid people who only uses KDE either). I can't speak for anyone else in the group, though.

     15 January 2000, 04:42 GMT

Re: Z80 Assembly Coders Comeback
Tim Timaster  Account Info
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Yeah!
I'm downloading the disasm!!!
this looks pretty cool!!!

     9 January 2000, 18:41 GMT


Re: Re: Z80 Assembly Coders Comeback
Cpt.Ginyu

Thats great Jar-Jar.

     10 January 2000, 22:25 GMT

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