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16.Mar.2019
Amiga Future (Webseite)


Apecat: Hobby project requesting advisory support
Since the end of January the Norwegian developer Stian Søreng has introduced his Apecat project under the title link. The abbreviation stands for "Amiga Processor Expansion Card for Application Transfer" and is an extension which is plugged between the mainboard and 68000 processor of an Amiga 500. In this way data are supposed to be transferred from one computer directly into the memory of the Amiga.

Similarly Søreng did develop a C64 extension called C64FC which makes it possible to write C64 programs on a modern system and to test it on a real C64 using an USB connection. Exactly in this way programs are supposed to be executed on an Amiga without diskdrive or harddrive - Apecat is tested as caseless board without keyboard and mouse.

In his blog entry Søreng also described technical problems and asks experienced Amiga developers for help. (snx) (Translation: dr)

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