ACI ROM problem

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ACI ROM problem

Does anyone have an ACI ROM merging file? Convenient to record to 28C64 instead of A3.A4​

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Would be pretty easy to write

Would be pretty easy to write one in Perl or something.

 

 

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softwarejanitor wrote:Would
softwarejanitor wrote:

Would be pretty easy to write one in Perl or something.

 

 

 

Hello, can you provide one?thank you very much

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aihk wrote:softwarejanitor
aihk wrote:
softwarejanitor wrote:

Would be pretty easy to write one in Perl or something.

 

 

 

Hello, can you provide one?thank you very much

How about if I just post the combined binary?

 

Package iconwozaci.bin_.zip

 

It was made from a hex dump convered to binary.

 

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softwarejanitor wrote:aihk
softwarejanitor wrote:
aihk wrote:
softwarejanitor wrote:

Would be pretty easy to write one in Perl or something.

 

 

 

Hello, can you provide one?thank you very much

How about if I just post the combined binary?

 

Thank you very much for the files you provide. Thanks

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In case anyone ever needs it,

In case anyone ever needs it, here is the hex dump that was converted from:

 

Plain text iconwozaci.txt

 

 

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xxd

You can convert any file like this to binary using the xxd command-line tool with its -r option.

xxd -c8 -r -seek -0xC100 wozaci.txt wozaci.bin

The -seek option compensates for the code having been assembled at $C100 in the Apple's address space (line numbers begin at C100).

The -c8 option is required because there are only 8 octets per line (instead of the default 16).

 

Converting to or from 4-bit wide PROM images does require some simple programming.

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