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--- Quote from: process_1 on July 23, 2020, 08:36:44 pm ---I can see Atari and Amiga are already in the list, but don't know are they implemented.
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Amiga is fully supported, including derivates like MorphOS and AROS. You can even develop Lazarus applications for it, though this is still quite a bit work in progress.

Atari is supported as well, though there is no Lazarus support.

--- Quote from: process_1 on July 23, 2020, 08:36:44 pm ---Some retro calls are always present in my case. Then, what are planes to make compillers for C64 and ZX Spectrum 16/48?

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For the ZX Spectrum you can see the entry for the Z80.

I see it also targets MSX-DOS.  I like MSX, it would be great to generate binary that can be used in cartriges.

It would require a pure MSX target that uses the MSX-BIOS functions instead of the MSX-DOS ones, but other than that it should be doable...

Well, I have almost finished my own ZX Spectrum emulator with full Z80 CPU emulation, debugging, BASIC to text (and vice verse) conversion, TAP support and much more, all done from ground.

And working similar for C64, even there is quite a bit of mature emulators for both, retro nostalgic is so strong in my case, that I couldn't resist to reinvent the wheel...

I'm tempted to offer myself to implement the pure MSX target, but I actually don't know if I'll be able to do it, or how to do it (have some knowledge about Z80A and MSX-BIOS).  I can help testing though. :-[


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