Category Archives: Projects

In the past 20 years I worked on a huge set of projects.
Here the one I think are useful

Commodore 4194304 is here: Rasperry Pi 400

Rasperry Pi Trading announced the RasperryPi 400, a whoppy 1.8 Ghz x 4Gb RAM (about 4096Mb or 4.194.304 Kb) Rasperry in a plastic keyboard case. We just read a teardown, and only the lack of a good mechanical keyboard leave … Continue reading
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Tic80

TIC-80 is a fantasy computer for making, playing and sharing tiny games. https://github.com/nesbox/TIC-80 279 forks. 3,073 stars. 196 open issues. Recent commits: #1232: noise detection fix, nesbox #1566: sdl renderer fix, nesbox #1566: fixed touch gamepad rendering, nesbox #1597: fixed … Continue reading
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runif

Idempotent and minimal python 3 library for rapid scripting. Provide support for creating file, adding data to them, patching and so on. Why? (Ba)sh scripting is very easy to setup. So we end up using it all the time for … Continue reading
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Commodore Retro Magic Dream: Pyc64 supports I/O on real emulation

I am happy to announce pyc64 now supports save and load programs on top of real emulation. Irmen point me to the right code to look, and I implemented the fix in the weekend; happy hacking!   Commodore-64 simulator in … Continue reading
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Memory Madness 2020

In 1985, all my work started with a VIC-20 with 5Kb of RAM, and only 3583 bytes free for the BASIC. With 3 more kilobytes, VIC-20 would be able to unveil its more versatile graphic capabilities, but we have no … Continue reading
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MacBookPro 2009 & macOS 10.8 save diary

Nove anni fa, e nove mesi prima della nascita di mio figlio comperai un MacBook Pro mid-2009, da 2.53Ghz con Intel Core 2 Duo (“Penryn” da 2.53 GHz  codice P8700) Oltre a funzionare ancora adesso, ha subito un upgrade con … Continue reading
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