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Project 64 Reloaded update [message #254967] Wed, 11 June 2014 09:10 Go to next message
Aaron Daughtry is currently offline  Aaron Daughtry
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Thanks to your help guys - the first cover has now been fully restored:

http://e4aws.silverdr.com/project64/mapc64/

and became part of the project’s repository as fully scalable, editable
SVG (included when you download the archive or when you check the repo
out.

Obviously I don’t expect anyone to have ideas about what Pantone®
colours they used back then but this can be easily adapted if/whenever
this information becomes available (which I doubt ;-)

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SD!
Re: Project 64 Reloaded update [message #255117 is a reply to message #254967] Thu, 12 June 2014 12:04 Go to previous messageGo to next message
The Doctor is currently offline  The Doctor
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Nice job.

One book I have looked for unsuccessfully for many years -


http://www.computinghistory.org.uk/det/13848/What%27s%20Real ly%20Inside%20The%20Commodore%2064/



On Wed, 11 Jun 2014 15:10:04 +0200, SD! <email@domain.com> wrote:

> Thanks to your help guys - the first cover has now been fully restored:
>
> http://e4aws.silverdr.com/project64/mapc64/
>
> and became part of the project’s repository as fully scalable, editable
> SVG (included when you download the archive or when you check the repo
> out.
>
> Obviously I don’t expect anyone to have ideas about what Pantone®
> colours they used back then but this can be easily adapted if/whenever
> this information becomes available (which I doubt ;-)
Re: Project 64 Reloaded update [message #255161 is a reply to message #255117] Thu, 12 June 2014 19:25 Go to previous message
Aaron Daughtry is currently offline  Aaron Daughtry
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>> Thanks to your help guys - the first cover has now been fully restored:
>>
>> http://e4aws.silverdr.com/project64/mapc64/
>>
>> and became part of the project’s repository as fully scalable, editable
>> SVG (included when you download the archive or when you check the repo
>> out.
>>
>> Obviously I don’t expect anyone to have ideas about what Pantone®
>> colours they used back then but this can be easily adapted if/whenever
>> this information becomes available (which I doubt ;-)

> Nice job.

Thanks.

> One book I have looked for unsuccessfully for many years -
> http://www.computinghistory.org.uk/det/13848/What%27s%20Real ly%20Inside%20The%20Commodore%2064/
>

Scans are available, of course. But this book seems to be basically a
commented ROM disasembly. I believe we have already better ones and
already in pure source code text/plain (which we plan to add to the
repository too) so except checking if some comments are not better
written there, I don't see much of added value in processing this one.
OTOH we're currently processing the "incdos". It goes quite fine so
far. I believe the headaches will start when we get to the ROM Appendix
;-) Once incdos reaches 1.0 - we may think of another book to process.
You're of course more than welcome to join ;-)

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SD!
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