I wanted to convert my old Turbo Assembler sources from Commodore 64 to modern .asm files that I can use on any editor in PC.
There is a tool called TMPview that can make your life easier.
TMPview is a viewer/converter that inputs a binary format Turbo Assembler source code and outputs the ASCII equivalent in a format suitable as
input for our cross assembler, TMPx. Continue reading “Convert directory of .prg files to .asm in Windows”
After a long time I got the urge to code something for our bellowed Commodore 64. Since it’s a pain to do it on a real machine, it takes a lot of time to set everything up since I do not have permanent location for my C64 in the apartment.
Continue reading “Configure Sublime Editor with KickAss on Debian 8 Jessie”
In order to document all the stuff I have done during my C64 era, I am trying to collect all the works. Continue reading “Vitality #3 by Albion Crew”
I have been thinking about it for a long time now, but never found the time or the opportunity to do this. This is how it looked when I started:
Continue reading “Celebrating 24th birthday of my breadbox Commodore 64”
Happy birthday to my breadbox C64G from previous post, since today it’s 24 years young. To celebrate, I have decided to clean the other Commodore 64 unit that I have and the cassette data unit I have originally purchased with my C64G. Here are before / after photos:
Continue reading “Commodore 64 model C and Turbo Corder cassette data unit revival”