Derek wrote: > Q68 Advanced Notice > --- > > PCB Photograph available at: > > http://qlforum.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=2=2082#p18729 > > Features: > > - Operating System: SMSQ/E > - CPU: 68000 compatible > - Speed: 40Mhz > - RAM: 32 MB > - SDHC: Two fullsize slots, hot plugging > -
Hi all, I am trying to get my head around EasyPtr (again). I have been playing with the new ability to create resizable windows. This turns out to be not terribly difficult, and I was able to create a resizable version of the calculator from Norman Dunbar's tutorial without suffering too much.
Peter wrote: > I hope to be able to comment more about the Q68 at a later time, right now > let me say thanks to... > > ... Laurence Reeves and Tony Firshman for releasing Minerva as free QL > operating system, motivating me to develop the Q68 at all > > ... Richard Zidlicky for bringing Minerva
Op 8/09/2017 om 19:59 schreef Daniel Baum via Ql-Users: Hi all, I am trying to get my head around EasyPtr (again). I have been playing with the new ability to create resizable windows. This turns out to be not terribly difficult, and I was able to create a resizable version of the calculator
Hi François, Thanks for the pointer to Dilwyn's tutorial. It is helpful but it doesn't contain what I was looking for. I did eventually find the answer here: http://www.qlforum.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=3=1027 The solution involves PEEKing the window definition table, which is effective, but not
Evening Daniel, Re assembly language and writing extensions, my eBook has a few chapters on that. Help yourself to http://qdosmsq.dunbar-it.co.uk/downloads/QLToday/QL_Assembly.pdf. If you need to return two values, or four, then take a look at the DJTOOLKIT sources at
Hi Norman, I am familiar with your excellent Assembly Language book. I will take a look at the toolkit that you mention; it certainly sounds as if it could be used as a template for what I am looking for. Come to think of it, I have actually never written any assembly language on the QL, as far
This might be handy too then, it's the official 68000 programmers manual, covering all the cpus: http://www.nxp.com/docs/en/reference-manual/M68000PRM.pdf Have fun. Cheers, Norm. -- Sent from my Android device with K-9 Mail. Please excuse my brevity.