When Hyperion Entertainment announced in a 2014 blog article that AmigaOS4 was going to get support for accessing memory beyond the 2 GB limit, the reactions were mixed. Predictably, the most abrasive comments came from people who had never owned an OS4 system; but the camp of supporters didn’t seem over the moon, either.
One month till the show! Posted a big update on our news/blog page. We did an interview with , we have a new exhibitor, hotel pricing ends September 19th, and the banquet menu and ticket details are posted. Check out all the updates by clicking read more below.
The show is 50 days out. Lots of great things happening. We are excited to announce that RJ Mical will be attending Amiwet in 2022. The schedule page has been updated with RJ and all our great presentors so far. In addition to the speakers we also have a new exhibitor showing several ReAmiga boards and his own C64 work. Check out all the updates by clickinh read more below.
In order to properly reverse engineer a PAL, you need to correctly identify which pins are inputs, and which pins are outputs. This in some cases is trivial because some of the PAL’s pin functions are fixed. Let’s look at the example of a PAL16L8.