[BBC-Micro] Yes!!!!

Thomas Harte thomasharte at lycos.co.uk
Sun Dec 3 16:16:55 GMT 2006

If you ever get bored of that Mac Plus, give me a shout! I keep semi-planning/working on a pre-System 7 application emulation/wrapper thing that would mean you could run the really old apps on your OS X or Windows desktop as though they're ordinary modern apps, but I haven't really got very far yet. To be honest, it'd be essentially the same as reimplementing the 1980s MacOS with a 68k emulator thrown on, so I'll probably never get anywhere with it.

> From:: Alex Taylor <astravan at ntlworld.com>
> To: bbc-micro at lists.cloud9.co.uk
> Subject: [BBC-Micro] Yes!!!!
> Date: Sat, 02 Dec 2006 22:59:38 +0000

> This evening I had arranged for someone I know to come round and swap a 
> PC base unit I had spare for a Mac Plus with hard disk and carry bag. On 
> the phone before she came round, she said she also had a BBC Computer 
> that she'd throw in with the stuff.
> It turned out to be a Master. Once I'd got it, I decided to open the lid 
> to check for anything interesting. I normally do this, and there's 
> almost never anything interesting inside. On this occasion, it's a 
> Master 512! I was very pleased to say the least.
> There's also ADT installed inside, and a Peartree ROM/RAM cartridge 
> thing with ADI, ViewStore and what appears to be RAM installed (I think 
> I need the instructions for this thing!)
> I'm so happy I just had to share this with someone :-)
> -- 
> Alex Taylor
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