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etxmato
08-21-2007, 08:27 AM
Hello,

Just wondering if anyone at 'Zophar' is interested to add my new (windows) 1802 Emulator to this site. My emulator emulates the fairly unkown COMX-35 computer from the early 80s and also some other 1802 based machines like the Cosmac Elf, Studio II and Cidelsa.

Current version is 0.8.3 and I'm still working on improvements, mainly on additional HW support for the COMX like disk support, printer and other.

The emulator is now stored on the Dutch COMX pages: http://www.comxclub.hobby-site.com. Emulator and all pages are in English but some of the SW we have included in the emulator and on the site is in Dutch.

Cheers, Marcel.
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Reaper man
08-21-2007, 01:00 PM
> Hello,

Hello, and welcome to the forums. Sadly, the site as it is now is an archive and nothing shall be added/updated, but feel free to submit it to <a href=http://1emulation.com>1emulation</a> where they can post it on their news... or I can do it, since it seems as though their forum registration is b0rken.

Edit: I told someone from 1emulation on IRC, your emulator release will be posted there shortly :)
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The 9th Sage
08-22-2007, 02:08 AM
> Hello, and welcome to the forums. Sadly, the site as it is
> now is an archive and nothing shall be added/updated, but
> feel free to submit it to 1emulation where they can post it
> on their news... or I can do it, since it seems as though
> their forum registration is b0rken.

Aaah...1emulation. They are the ones that have taken over my general emulation news since the demise of ZD (well, aside from being an archive anyway).
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etxmato
08-22-2007, 08:03 AM
> Edit: I told someone from 1emulation on IRC, your emulator
> release will be posted there shortly :)
>
Excellent! Thanks a mill for your help; there were not so many COMX users even in the old days so we need all the help we can get to get the word out there!
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