[sdiy] Pink Tunes self-composing program.

Thomas Strathmann thomas at pdp7.org
Mon Jan 8 16:14:11 CET 2018

On 08/01/18 13:28, Tom Wiltshire wrote:
> I wondered about this. Assuming a 6502 running at 2MHz, if I used a
> modern PIC with an instruction rate at 8MHz, if I could write
> equivalent macros for each of the 6502 instructions in 4 instructions
> or less, I could basically compile the old code for the new chip.

There's no need for something like that. Just use a cycle-accurate 
emulation of the CPU and the peripherals. MAME (https://www.mamedev.org) 
is a good framework for writing all sorts of emulators.


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