36bit still in use ?

Pontus pontus at update.uu.se
Thu Dec 4 14:48:13 CST 2014

On 12/04/2014 05:59 PM, Roy Hirst wrote:
> Although here at XKL we don't still use TOAD-1s in the business, we do 
> have a few engineers here in R&D that are bit-level familiar with the 
> beast, even tho' the last living instance I believe is now at the Museum.

Besides the CHM one, Peter Löthberg also has one.

> I'd need to stay well clear of anything XKL-proprietary, but I would 
> be happy to interview them and to put together a technical briefing on 
> stuff we can talk about. Would take me a week. Let me know if that 
> would help, and if there's any doc gaps that I might help fill. I'm 
> new to this forum, I can't tell what level of reverse engineering folk 
> are aiming at, are folk pursuing emulators, simulators, what? Does the 
> Museum provide some kind of a reverse-engineered BOM? 

I don't think there is any serious project going on, just general 
curiosity. Please do correct me if I'm wrong.

> I don't know where you would actually buy a TOAD-1 (almost certainly 
> not from us, I think, but I will check) and our last one I suspect is 
> the one proud in baby blue on the Museum's video.

I'm well aware of the TOAD-1 rarity, but what about the TOAD-2.


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