Zitiere Thomas Huth <thomas.huth@...>:
> > Yes, that's ok. Now it get's time, that Laurent get's his emulator
> > graphicle - or better takes Aranym.
> Well, as long as we support EmuCON, too, this should not be necessary
Yes, but EmuCON is not so sexy on the long run, right? O better: It is not,
what an Atari user normally awaits, if he switches on his Atari. ;-)
As you said, we will need a switch to choose between AES or EmuCON.
> So do you want to re-include the MOUSE: device in EmuTOS?? I don't think that
> this is a good idea. Especially since Fctl() GEMDOS number conflicts with
> Mxalloc (both use 0x44 I think).
> I think it would be better to get the lowlevel bios mouse driver running
> and then let the VDI directly use it.
For shure, I will do it in the Atari way, but I now know, how to interprete the
mouse packages coming from ikbd. You will see...
BTW, does the mouse-pointer show on the desktop, but is not movable, or does it
never appear at all?
> > Yes, ok. Do we really have no m68k compatible old Desktop? Somewhere in
> > the web? The PC/GEM source sometimes use a much advanced version of GEM.
> > GEM/3, right?
> Yes, right. But you'll hardly find a desktop with free source code on
> the web, I think. Only other solution: Disassemble the old DESKTOP.PRG ;-)
This could be a solution just for parts of it. E.g. the asm part, if there is
something. The software itself - the executable too - is under GPL. So this
would not be a problem.