[LMH] hello, anyone there?
brad at heeltoe.com
Mon Dec 7 07:17:42 EST 2009
If anyone has images of disks, I'd love a copy. I'll put them up on
Several years ago three of us put a lot of effort into getting two
different explorer emulators
working. As I recall, we managed to get them both booting to a prompt.
I think one did
The other two folks are
Daniel Seagraves <dseagrav at lunar-tokyo.net>
Alastair Bridgewater <nyef at lisphacker.com>
I was mostly just there for comic relief. Both Dan and Alastair did a
ton of work discovering
the ins and outs of the TI hardware. I think their are pointers on
unlambda to the final code.
In the end I think we ended up going furtherest with Meroko, as it had
better i/o support.
I'd love to find an explorer some day. Or the CAD tapes to the chip
>> I have a set of MicroExplorer floppies containing the base operating
>> system. If you want that, let me know, but it'll take me some time to
>> dig them out.
>> I'd be interested in any additional MicroExplorer software, too.
>> On Sat, Dec 5, 2009 at 04:51, Greg Gilley <ggilley at gerg.org> wrote:
>>> Hi. I seem to be late to the party. I've been looking for a hobby and I have fond memories of working on the TI Explorer lisp machines. I thought I'd try to write an emulator for them so I could start hacking the machines again. It looks like some of you were working on such a beast in the past.
>>> I'm wondering if any of you have an Explorer II (or microExplorer), or know someone who has one, you'd be willing to part with. They seem to be hard to come by these days :-)
>>> Alternatively I'm looking for sources, disk images, etc. for the Explorer II or microExplorer.
>>> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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