An interesting CP/M project

May 22, 2019
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This is a complete re-write of CP/M, using all open source code.


This version appears to run on a Kaypro II or an Amstrad NC2000.

Those alone are pretty exciting for CP/M fans, but as an added bonus, David has managed to secure an open source license for the Z80 port of BBC BASIC! There are at least three versions in here, including Amstrad CPC and CP/M versions.


I'm planning on spending some time this weekend to assemble the CP/M version and see if I can get it to work under RunCPM.