Re: [stella] 7800 development

Subject: Re: [stella] 7800 development
From: Joe Grand <jgrand@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 07 Aug 2001 22:51:55 -0400

I wouldn't mind taking a look at the source listing.. I've had (way too) much experience with 68k, mostly the DragonBall MC68328 (used in the Palm devices).. This might be something fun to do on the airplane on the way to CGE.. :)

I couldn't image the algorithm would be too hard to convert to a higher level language, but that all matters on size..


At 02:34 PM 8/7/01 -0700, Chad Schell wrote:
How convenient. The encryptf.ttp program still has a partial symbol table embedded in it. So when disassembled, convenient headers are available, like the one for the subroutine "encrypt".

Anyone out there proficient at 68000 assembly want to take the code and convert it to the actual algorithm, so that it can be implemented in something more convenient like C and then run natively in dos/windows/linux etc.?

If interested, let me know and I can send you the disassembled source listing.


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