I appologize, must have been a different Peter who always post things likePeter wrote:mk79 wrote:Same with QPC, that hasn't ever stopped you from bashing its closed-sourceness.
No, I didn't even mention QPC and don't care if it is closed or not.
andPeter wrote:As a free emulator my recommendation would be SMSQmulator. Unlike QPC and Qemulator, it is open source.
The point I was trying to make is I don't go around bashing Q68 for its closedness, so maybe you could stop, too.Peter wrote:the dependency on proprietary / closed-source emulators is a bit sad
I completely get that. I have a whole box full of QL-VGAs next to me that didn't come out of thin air (which funnily enough uses a slightly bigger FPGA than Q68. Some more RAM and a keyboard connector and I'm halve-way to a QL). Fortunately it's a lot easier and cheaper these days than it used to be.Apart from that, small scale hardware production of comprehensive circuits is a completely different issue than distributing software.
Martyn, sorry for sidetracking the thread. I've ordered a Teensy 2.0++ (and by accident a Teensy 2.0 which is too small to hold your code ) and will eventually have something productive to say