Oric Cinema - watch now full length movie ;)

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Re: Oric Cinema - watch now full length movie ;)

Post by iss » Sun May 31, 2015 8:03 pm

My make command is (with sources from my last post):

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$make CC65=~/work/projects/8Bit/devtools/cc65 clean atmos
When compiled there is binary 'contiki' which is actually a ready to run TAP file,
so I added in 'Makefile.atmos' a copy command: contiki -> contiki.tap
I'm using last CC65 from git:

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$./cc65 -V
cc65 V2.14 - Git fe023a1
And yes, there are some differences between 2.3.13 and 2.14 in Atmos startup code.
You can try to copy your 'atmos.cfg' from cc65/cfg directory over the one in contiki directory -
this should fix the problem.

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Re: Oric Cinema - watch now full length movie ;)

Post by ibisum » Mon Jun 01, 2015 8:11 am

Thanks for the info - I'll update my copy of cc65 this evening and have another go at it.

I'm mostly curious as to what advantages we get from getting the Contiki port completed for Atmos .. seems like it provides a full-fledged set of functionality already, although of course I don't know the state of it on the Atmos per se .. but I will soon I guess.

I took a look at Contiki 2.7 and it seems like it might work for the Atmos too, though of course all references to our platform are removed - perhaps its a simple matter of adding the .cfg info to the new project and give it a build. I'll swing at it tonight and see what happens ..

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Re: Oric Cinema - watch now full length movie ;)

Post by iss » Mon Jun 01, 2015 9:22 am

I'm very interested too to have working Contiki.
It would be fun to see e-mail, telnet, web browser clients on 'our good old' Atmos.
Now I'm in the middle of some other fun projects, but I'll be happy to participate in Contiki porting.

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