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SinCore 128 Public 1.0   [2013]

SinCore 128 Public 1.0 Released by :
MIRKOSOFT

Release Date :
30 April 2013

Type :
C128 Release

Website :
http://ace128.mirkosoft.sk/

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Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/116855/sincore128public.rar (downloads: 276)

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User Comment
Submitted by miiro79 on 12 May 2013
Yes, we can say also API... maybe.

loadere is only example - not more...
In routines are many vectors, and it's limited only by FFFF count of vectors.
Imagine:
replacig two vectors in loadere is easy, but if are there ~200 vectors - what to do? manually or let all to do by simple relocation call?
User Comment
Submitted by Count Zero on 11 May 2013
*sigh* _knowing I would regret getting an answer:

How exactly does this "thing" handle pointers as e.g. used on loadere.asm ?

While it seems natural that such small sample routines CAN be relocated quite easily, it seems strange to see hardcoded pointers and variables in there. "Core" stuff would sound like something with a general API and a ton of pre-defined labelnames and flexible drive usage functions.
User Comment
Submitted by miiro79 on 11 May 2013
SinCore is used for independent moving routines in RAM which can be executed without modification in other locations than were loaded. Of course it has rules to programming... In ACE128TOS is used complete and enhanced version with Enhanced Memory Manager (EMM8)...
User Comment
Submitted by Jak T Rip on 9 May 2013
Could you explain what this is, please? -> Summaries
User Comment
Submitted by miiro79 on 2 May 2013
Public release of core of the ACE128TOS, of course adjusted for programmers in assembly or Basic language and not complete. It's cutted and adjusted core.
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