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new Working Clone: Prológica CP-500 (Brazilian TRS-80 Model 3 clone) #2762

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felipesanches commented Oct 30, 2017

I find it a bit confusing that m4 is referenced in some places. The CP-500 is supposed to be a clone of Model 3. But I see that some m3 code also uses pieces of m4 code which is at least misleading.

Also I dislike having to declare the bootrom twice. Any idea how to do that better ?

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cuavas commented Oct 30, 2017

The hack's good enough for now to get it working. All the banks are far too confusing - it should just unmap and install real/write handlers rather than do all that nonsense. Someone else can rewrite it properly later.

@cuavas cuavas merged commit 8b45a3e into mamedev:master Oct 30, 2017

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