My home office (Atari Falcon & PC)

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My home office (Atari Falcon & PC)

Postby Anima » Mon Oct 14, 2013 4:36 pm

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The monitor to the right is actually an "all in one" TV set with VGA/HDMI/SCART/SVideo/etc. inputs and includes a DVD player as well.

The Falcon and the PC are being connected via a null modem cable so there's no need for media swapping.

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Re: My home office (Atari Falcon & PC)

Postby CiH » Mon Oct 14, 2013 4:50 pm

That is a nice and tidy set-up :D
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Re: My home office (Atari Falcon & PC)

Postby Anima » Mon Oct 14, 2013 5:00 pm

CiH wrote:That is a nice and tidy set-up :D


Thanks! :)

Actually the place was cleaned up a few days ago so taking a photo was tempting. ;)

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Re: My home office (Atari Falcon & PC)

Postby CiH » Mon Oct 14, 2013 5:03 pm

Actually the place was cleaned up a few days ago so taking a photo was tempting. ;)


Yeah, a truly creative work space needs more clutter! :mrgreen:
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Re: My home office (Atari Falcon & PC)

Postby christos » Mon Oct 14, 2013 8:26 pm

Two great OSes side by side!
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Re: My home office (Atari Falcon & PC)

Postby MrMaddog » Tue Oct 15, 2013 6:21 am

Sweet! Two of my favorite operarting systems... :mrgreen:

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Re: My home office (Atari Falcon & PC)

Postby simonsunnyboy » Tue Oct 15, 2013 3:46 pm

Nice setup! I wish I had the space left for such a roomy PC desk...
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Re: My home office (Atari Falcon & PC)

Postby explorer » Mon Oct 23, 2017 10:07 pm

Anima, I am interested about the software you uses. The toolchain to program for the STE, for example.
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Re: My home office (Atari Falcon & PC)

Postby Rustynutt » Tue Oct 24, 2017 3:13 am

Clean!

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Re: My home office (Atari Falcon & PC)

Postby Anima » Tue Oct 24, 2017 5:12 am

explorer wrote:Anima, I am interested about the software you uses. The toolchain to program for the STE, for example.

Actually I am using vasm as the only assembler since it can be used on different OS. Development is being done on a modern system with additional Javascript coding and shell scripts.

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Re: My home office (Atari Falcon & PC)

Postby Atarieterno » Tue Oct 24, 2017 8:07 am

Nice setup !!
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Re: My home office (Atari Falcon & PC)

Postby jfl » Tue Oct 24, 2017 11:08 am

A clean desk. I like it. Quite similar to my desk, but with the FireBee on the left and the PC on the right. What's with the white thing above the right monitor though?
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Re: My home office (Atari Falcon & PC)

Postby Anima » Tue Oct 24, 2017 11:11 am

jfl wrote:What's with the white thing above the right monitor though?
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Re: My home office (Atari Falcon & PC)

Postby explorer » Tue Oct 24, 2017 10:14 pm

Anima wrote:
explorer wrote:Anima, I am interested about the software you uses. The toolchain to program for the STE, for example.

Actually I am using vasm as the only assembler since it can be used on different OS. Development is being done on a modern system with additional Javascript coding and shell scripts.

Yes, we know you use vasm assembler, but, How about sound, music, graphics...?

I'm studying to port MSX games to STe, and I encountered problems to play Arkos Tracker music & effects. I can to convert .ask files to .ym format with the Arkos Tracker Windows program, and with STYMulator can replay it in Linux, but I not found a ST-sound player assembly source code for STe.

No many problems with graphics, because I can use the same tools that MSX programmers (Retroworks): Tiled, Gimp, but now I am searching tools to convert these PNG files to Degas or Neochrome or others STe formats.

So... I'm starting this adventure... :-)
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Re: My home office (Atari Falcon & PC)

Postby ggn » Wed Oct 25, 2017 5:25 am

Anima wrote:Actually I am using vasm as the only assembler since it can be used on different OS.


Not entirely true! rmac can perform this trick, and for bonus it has 56001 support almost complete :).
is 73 Falcon patched atari games enough ? ^^

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Re: My home office (Atari Falcon & PC)

Postby Anima » Wed Oct 25, 2017 9:20 am

explorer wrote:Yes, we know you use vasm assembler, but, How about sound, music, graphics...?

I'm studying to port MSX games to STe, and I encountered problems to play Arkos Tracker music & effects. I can to convert .ask files to .ym format with the Arkos Tracker Windows program, and with STYMulator can replay it in Linux, but I not found a ST-sound player assembly source code for STe.

No many problems with graphics, because I can use the same tools that MSX programmers (Retroworks): Tiled, Gimp, but now I am searching tools to convert these PNG files to Degas or Neochrome or others STe formats.

So... I'm starting this adventure... :-)

Have you taken a look on AGT already? Also for converting images and/or palette remapping I would recommend to check out my Retro Image Tool. However, it does not yet support the Degas Elite PI1 format for saving but the IFF format which is being supported by Deluxe Paint ST.

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Re: My home office (Atari Falcon & PC)

Postby joska » Wed Oct 25, 2017 2:55 pm

That office is way to tidy :D This is how my office/man cave looks when it's "tidy"...

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Re: My home office (Atari Falcon & PC)

Postby Atari030 » Wed Oct 25, 2017 11:08 pm

I'm loving this thread. Jo, that looks like a airport control tower. And yup, way too tidy, Anima.


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