Re: CP/M HEX file question
- Thanks to Jeff and Mike for getting me hooked up with the MOVCPM source. Once I saw the code, it looked very familiar. Embarrassingly, I already had the source on my computer! It is called CPMOVE.ASM.
With brain cells dusted off, I now recall the typical steps for creation of a MOVCPM.COM file:
CPMOVE.ASM (the actual code that does the work) is assembled, then followed with padding zeroes up to address 0800h (typical). At 0800h, the CP/M "module" in inserted. The "module" consists of the boot loader, followed by CP/M (CCP, BDOS and BIOS), followed by the relocation bitmap. This then forms the complete MOVCPM.COM file.
--- In email@example.com, Jeff Erwin <jefferwin@...> wrote:
> I have a version of MOVCPM.ASM that I will upload. I haven't used it so I
> am not sure it is what you are looking for. It is a part of CompuPro CPM
> 2-2. I seem to have the complete source to several CPM versions if you are
> looking for stuff.
> Jeff Erwin
- Here's an update on the APE project posted by Frank on the VCF: