This is a developing story, but it looks like the source code for ORCA/C may legitimately be heading for hosting on GitHub. This may mean the patches for ORCA/Pascal and other Byte Works products are also going to be made available as well. UPDATE: And here it is, the source code. And YOINK it’s gone. […]
UPDATED POST: 07/30/15 I’ve converted all of the art for Space Ace into animated gifs and created Mac and PC based tools to convert the GIFs into Iigs format data. The tools are built against Burgerlib and the 65816 code is built with a modified version of a65816. Both Burgerlib and a65816 will be updated […]
Juiced.GS, the longest-running print publication dedicated to the Apple II, will extend its record in 2016 when it publishes its 21st volume. Subscriptions and renewals are now being accepted for four more quarterly issues of news, reviews, interviews, and how-tos! Prices remain unchanged from recent years: $19 for customers in the United States, $24 in […]
Geoff Weiss has updated the premier IIGS RAM verification utility MegaMemoryTester to version 2.1 — you can get it from the program’s support site here: http://mmt.gwlink.net/
Jeremy Rand has updated his 2015 Hackfest winning entry A2Sudoku to version 1.2 — you can get a .DSK image directly from here: https://github.com/jeremysrand/a2sudoku/releases/download/1.2/a2sudoku.dsk The main change is that when you enter a value, any scratch values in cells in the same column, row or sub-square are automatically updated. So, if you enter a “5” […]
Saturday’s report is brought to you by third year attendee Mike Whalen. So, as I write this at 11:18pm on Saturday, July 18 2015. KansasFest is well and truly over. There no ifs, ands, or buts about it. It’s over, Johnny. It’s over! NUTHIN IS OVUH! YOU CAN RELIVE THUH DAY!! Well, okay, I suppose […]
This episode features a special huge circle of podcasters around a single microphone at KansasFest 2015, where we reflect on KansasFest, relative merits of the Apple II, the CoCo, Atari 8-bits, and Commodores, and on the phenomenon that is KansasFest. We also make a couple of attempts at Carrington’s choose-your-own-adventure door decoration, and talk about […]
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Thanks Mac enthusiast dude… nice to have your blessing there.