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Re: cutting and pasting to and from commodore emulators [message #415840] Mon, 01 August 2022 10:05
Anonymous
Karma:
Originally posted by: KP KP

On Monday, January 27, 2003 at 3:26:47 PM UTC-8, dogshu wrote:
> On Mon, 27 Jan 2003 13:33:41 +0200, Marko Mäkelä wrote:
>>>> >>> "Jim" == dogshu <dog...@sdf.lonestar.org> writes:
>>
>> Jim> Are there any emulators which allow me to paste text directly
>> Jim> into them?
>>
>> The X11 version of CCS64 1.09 that I created in 1997. Also, the
>> Windows version of Yape should allow copying text from the screen to
>> the clipboard.
>>
>> Marko
> Thanks, that is definately useful. So you know, new
> distributions use gcc 3.2, which is incompatible with
> C++ binaries compiled from earlier gcc versions. You
> may want to consider distributing linux binaries.
> I'm considering using ccs64 as my main "play around
> with code" platform, but I'm having trouble figuring
> out how to configure it. I tried putting this line
> in /etc/X11/Xresources:
> ccs64.speed: 50
> but it doesn't seem to work. What is the correct way
> to write that line?
>
> thanks,
> Jim

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