[BBC-Micro] TUBE chip, accessing 'Parasite' side - 16Mhz 65C02S
johan at waarland.demon.nl
Thu Mar 6 16:31:49 GMT 2008
On Thu 06 Mar, Andrew Benham wrote:
> David Warrington wrote:
> > I think ANYONE still using a beeb today should just "drop in a 65C02" or
> > "65C02S" into their beeb to allow them to use BASIC4 and the "65Cxx"
> > mnemonics in assembler, e.g. PHX, PHY, STZ, etc. This is a no brainer
> > and a 5 minute exercise.
> Perhaps. Except many years ago I wasted a lot of my time trying to
> debug code I'd written using the VIA to do some timer-driven stuff on
> the user port. The VIA wasn't working like the manual said.
> Eventually I had somebody else test it on their Beeb, and it worked
> fine for them. At this point I remembered I'd put a 65C02 in my Beeb -
> so I replaced it with the original NMOS processor and my code worked
> I think the timing on the Beeb is "close the the edge", and the CMOS
> processor has slightly different timings. I've never put a CMOS
> processor in a model B since then.
> [ Everything else on the Beeb worked just fine with the CMOS processor,
> it was just programming the VIA that didn't work. Perhaps on another
> machine it would have been OK, or perhaps something else would have
> failed ...]
There's for certain an issue here. Sprow's web site has something on this
topic, including some alterations to perform!
Johan Heuseveldt <johan at waarland.demon.nl>
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