This past week I became interested in this funky development environment called TRSE. They have written a (mostly) Pascal compiler and IDE, etc for 8-bit and 16-bit computers. I noticed they had not covered the Dick Smith VZ200 which was my first love in computers, so I asked how hard it’d be to add another Z80 computer.
The main developer had the VZ200 done within a very short time and it would successfully compile a .vz file to use in an emulator. I believe it will work in a real computer as well, but I’ve sent my EEPROM for my VZ200 SDCard reader to be updated and hopefully it will return this week.
Things I’ve coded it to do:
That’s what I’ve been busy with all this weekend while being on-call for work. I’ll be taking a Comp Day for work this week — probably Tuesday — and see what other fun goodies I can add to TRSE for VZ200 ! 🙂