*** Update #8: Fixed TEST instruction *** See thread and manual link in the save. ***
i'm all for it, btw i have a feeling that i'm the only one who is playing with it right now
Seeing as I'm unable to come up with a demo for the R2 that I'm satisfied with, and as there still seem to be a few people who actively develop for the R1, I might consider outsourcing the demo and just release the R2 whenever one is ready. Opinions are welcome.
Unfortunately both the instruction set (as in, the decoders) and the register readers/writers were designed with only 8 registers in mind. Almost everything would have to be redone to support more registers, and in fact everything has been redone for my next computer... which I still haven't published.
Is it possible to increase number of registers? or is it a design constraint?
@SuperWolfie a. You need good knowledge of assembly and b. Open the forum thread in the R16K1S60 save and read the instructions. Also, the link for the Lua IDE is at the top of the post.
LBPHacker: How do I make a program for your computer and include the link.
Hmm... The FILT looks to me like the ROM goes into a bin/dec, gets decoded to actions, actions to prompts and so on. I really think this is the bestest computer that TPT has so far, do you think guys?
no already tried
Can it run Crysis if it is state of the art?