[UNAPI] - Telnet Client

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Van ducasp

Master (151)

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30-08-2019, 21:53

It has been updated on msx hub as well, thanks Fr3nd Smile

P.s. I understood it Karloch , just that I couldn't avoid elaborate on the idea Smile The screen of the Spectrum looks like 4 pixels font/64 columns Smile

Van karloch

Prophet (2065)

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31-08-2019, 02:07

Tested and working now like a charm, you rocks ducasp!

Van ducasp

Master (151)

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02-09-2019, 17:29

Thanks for the kind words Karloch! Smile

Version 1.20 is available on my github (and should be available on MSX-HUB shortly, I've sent a pull request for a new package to fr3nd):

https://github.com/ducasp/MSX-Development/tree/master/UNAPI/...

# CHANGELOG v1.20

- ANSI-DRV.BIN is no longer externally loaded. I've converted it into a SDCC library, which give us a few benefits, first, performance wise it is a little bit better as now functions are called using a fast calling convention that doesn't use stack... Second, you can place it anywhere on your path and it will not complain about not being able to load ANSI-DRV.BIN... Last but not least... Having a SDCC library available might get more developers involved in using this great screen mode for many different applications. :)

If anyone is interested on using the SDCC library:

https://msx.org/forum/msx-talk/development/sdcc-new-library-...

;)

Van Grauw

Ascended (8452)

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02-09-2019, 19:31

That's neat!

Van fr3nd

Expert (89)

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03-09-2019, 16:29

Good stuff!

It'd be nice to implement it in some text editor (like msx-vi :) ) to have syntax highlighting

Van Pencioner

Paladin (951)

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03-09-2019, 16:38

Syntax highlighting is not only about colors, it is also about syntax tree and parsing logic... would be complicated to have it implemented on MSX imho

Van karloch

Prophet (2065)

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04-09-2019, 00:00

For a text editor I think is way more optimal to use SCREEN 0 with the 4 colors to build a text user interface MS-DOS EDIT. CoM style. The ANSI driver or lib uses SCREEN 7 and even if it is fast for the highres screen mode, I don't think it can match SCREEN 0.

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