On Wed, 25 Jan 2006 22:20:43 -0500, Brian Lyons <Nospam@nowhere.com>
On Wed, 25 Jan 2006 17:23:09 -0800, Macintosh Dragon <email@example.com>
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Brian Lyons <Nospam@nowhere.com> wrote:
On Wed, 25 Jan 2006 07:04:10 -0800, Macintosh Dragon <email@example.com>
Hello! I am looking for a copy of the C-128 Assembler "Merlin 128".
does anyone know where I can either buy a copy or download the program >>> >with docs?
I have a copy of Merlin 128 in zip format.
I haven't been able to successfully transfer to .d71 image and test in >>> Vice. Haven't tried on real hardware yet.
I don't think I have docs for it.
That sounds great!! How could I get a copy from you?
I had a look at files tonight on archive that I have. The "Merlin"
program file is simple basic loader for some additional files, one of
which is asm1.prg
I don't have this file in the zip.
So, my compilation of Merlin 128 appears to be incomplete.
I think I have Buddy 128 somewhere and will try it out tomorrow night.
I had another look at Merlin 128 tonight, after working out issues of conversion form DOS zip, truncated long file names, etc, I now have a
working copy of Merlin 128 in .d71 disk format.
No docs however.
The default screen text colour (80 column mode only) really sucks.
Do you still have a copy Merlin 128 in .d71 format? Been searching everywherefor it ....
PaulM <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:everywhere for it ....
Do you still have a copy Merlin 128 in .d71 format? Been searching
I'd like a copy too. Well, I didn't realize at first that you responded
to a post from 2006...
Anyways, I found a .nib image at gametronik.com which is kind of curious since as I understand it Merlin 128 came on an 1571 disk that wasn't
copy protected so why nibble it? I don't know if it's complete since
it's D64 sized.
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