Posted on 2021-10-19, 17:48
Posted on 2021-10-14, 22:34
When I connect the SD to IDE adapter trough an IDE to USB adapter, i can see both partitions. But then i have to open the case of the dos pc and dissamble the thing. So when you connect the SD to IDE and IDE to USB you see both partitions on your Windows 10 machine? Did I understand that right? If …
Posted on 2021-10-14, 21:57
When I wrote that I had in mind people implementing garbage collectors for their c++ applications back in the day. But yeah Smalltalk definitely need influenced the JVM. Here’s an interesting paper on Smalltalk’s influence: https://www.labouseur.com/courses/tpl/ ... savona.pdf.
Posted on 2021-10-14, 18:33
So could he backup his data in DOS, reformat on Windows, then move the files back to the card and use it on both systems?
Posted on 2021-10-14, 18:16
Yeah I'm wondering if there's something going on with the partition. @konc is right, Windows won't let you manage partitions on removable media. Can you run fdisk on your DOS machine against the card? What does it show?
Posted on 2021-10-14, 16:09
If the card is already formatted and read/writable under your DOS PC, you should be good to go. The format should be some type of FAT which Windows can still read/write. All this is assuming you have a card reader that works well in Windows 10. 😉
Posted on 2021-10-14, 14:12
It's a virtual machine, like DOSbox is, even though DOSbox is an emulator, but you don't emulate DOSbox on another system, you port or implement it. I guess the Java Virtual Machine is kind of an emulator in that it emulates a machine to run Java on. So it exists as self parody, QED Java is Rodney …
Posted on 2021-10-14, 13:46
Thanks for doing this. It's great to see new attempts at accurate emulation being made. Also, thanks for making it open source and easily accessible so the curious (like me) see how it's done. 👍
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