Tag: Marc A. Golombeck

Identify II 2.11 Released

Thx to your support and feedback ID2 V.2.11 is now officially released into the wild tonight. The new version contains bug fixes and enhancements: BugFix: Detection of SLOT AUX on Apple //e with a 6502 CPU had a bug showing the card physically in AUX SLOT to be listed in SLOT 7. With a 65C02 CPU the detection worked correctly. This has been […]

Identify II 2.10 Released

8-Bit Shack has announce the immediate availability of the Identify ][ system analysis tool. Identify ][ is a simple tool that lets you scan and analyze any of the computers of the Apple II family in less than 20 seconds and gain some insight in installed features. Emulators are supported as well. Thx to Daniel Henderson’s and Joel McWilliam’s comprehensive […]

Identify II Updated

Identify II

Identify ][, the Hardware identification software by Marc Golembeck has been updated. Version 2.0 and the subsequent 2.02 include a host of new features with version 2.02 being a bug fix release. According to the website, : BugFix: The Saturn Card detection code lead to an unwanted “flying” disk write on Disk II controllers and connected […]

Apple II Particle Simulation

Studying the pseudo random number generation with a particle simulation of the binomial distribution using a Galton’s board in Double LORES. DSK-image: http://www.golombeck.eu/fileadmin/downloads/galton1.dsk The simulator uses 96 single “particles” that are kept in constant movement following a pseudo-gravitational force which makes them move through the board. This simulation also demonstrates some of the capabilities of […]

DOLORES Library V.11.1 Released

With this new release we have direct access to the graphic functions via a jump-table which gives fixed routine calling addresses that will be preserved in future versions of the library. You can call the functions fro AppleSoft (example given on my webpage) or from assembler. Find the new disk image here: http://www.golombeck.eu/index.php?id=48&L=1 Find information […]