Re: [midatlanticretro] Decent terminal emulator program for CP/M?
- On Sun, 19 May 2013, Dave McGuire wrote:
>>> I liked MEX at first (digging into very dusty neurons here) but foundI did a bit of testing both IMP 2.45 and MEX 1.14 on a TRS-80 4P with
>>> it to be a bit unstable so I went back to MODEM7 (specifically MDM740!).
>>> I've never heard of IMP, at least not that I recall now. Do you
>>> still have a copy, or can I find it "around" somewhere? I'd like to see
>>> what it's about.
>> There are a LOT of predefined overlays for it.
> Nice! I think I will try it out with a Kaypro. Thanks!
Montezuma Micro CP/M, and found that IMP worked much better (which was
probably why it was on my working disks from back in the day). MEX has an
interrupt-driven overlay available which is supposed to prevent dropped
characters during screen operations, but it didn't work nearly as well as
IMP at 9600. IMP does lose some characters while scrolling, but an Xmodem
transfer worked just fine.
Mike Loewen mloewen@...
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