Thu Jun 02, 2016 8:19 am
Thu Jun 02, 2016 4:20 pm
Thu Jun 02, 2016 5:52 pm
Fri Dec 14, 2018 2:47 am
Welcome to Brazil.
ROM Software by David Fung with John Cary, Carl Hewitt and Sam Barone.
Special thanks to Mike Puckett, Nick Vaccaro and Eric Anderson.
Tempus Gibbly by Owen Rubin, Giovanni Agnoli, and David Fung.
Cube-E on Brazil aided and abetted by Dean Yu, Chris Derossi, and the Meanies.
CPU Design by Jim Stockdale with Jim Nealon and Declan McAndrew.
VASP ASIC by Jack Cheney with Steve MacKenzie and Paul Baker.
Special thanks to Keith Venes, Jay Rickard, and Doug Farrar.
PC Board by Robert Grimes.
The Guys in the Lab - Ray Jaafari, Jonathan Calhoun, Tony Greenwell and Cecilia Khanbabaian.
Project Manager (and everything you want) - Josef Friedman
Project Coordinator - Linda Messier
Master of the P.O.s - Fred Irace
Keepers of the General Sanity - Susan Sanders and Kathy Gallagher
EPM furnished by Carol Wright (are we done yet?)
SCM in a flash by Gary Davis, Remi Adeyemo, and Shad Ahmad.
MCSQ Project Leader - Cyril Carag.
Thanks to Marcus Zafarano, Paul Sun, Jeffery Hou, Robert Jasman,
Jan Leger, Brad Post, and Ali Latifi.
Product Marketing by Marc Auerbach.
Extreme Evangelism by Brian Mellea with thanks to Tony Livermore.
Developer Notes by Mark Turner.
Tech Support by Dennis Hescox.
Manuals and User Friendliness by Andrew Swartz.
Lego PD by Barry Marshall, Bill De Meulenaere, Scott Campbell, and Bob Olson.
Burritos by Mercado De La Torre (DF), Bueno Bueno (JC&TG).
DF Thanks Lisa and Ming (for not going crazy), Steve for letting me do this,
as well as congratulating Julie and Mike (separately!).
Best regards to
Ak and Pete, too.JS Thanks Becky (for all those late nights)
CC Thanks his wife Kim, Brandon, and Holly for understanding when he gets home late.
CW It was fun! Yes, Cyril, we are GM!
JF Thanks Everbody who worked on Brazil.
Hope you enjoy it!!
Fri Dec 14, 2018 4:09 am
Fri Dec 14, 2018 4:57 am
adespoton wrote:I like this one (can't remember which ROM it's from):
MacsBug Debugger for Macintosh. Copyright Apple Computer 1982-1986. Originally by Motorola. Adapted to Lisa/Mac by Rich Page 1/25/1982. Enhanced by Steve Capps 11/1/1984. Version IV+ by Ken Krugler 5/13/1985. Disassembler by Ira Reuben 11/21/1986. Version 5.3 by Dan Allen 4/22/1987. This version works w/512KB-4MB of RAM, 64KB,128KB, or 256KB ROMs and with 68000/68020/68030/68851