TRS80GP v2.3 Released

TRS80GP has been updated to v2.3

Visit The TRS80GP Web Page for the download and information, or here for the emulator.

New Features:

  • Support for hard drives.
  • Model 16 emulation.
  • Preliminary support for Model I Percom and Radio Shack double-density disk interfaces.
  • Model II double-sided floppy support.
  • New Model II ROM now the default; get original with “-r0”.
  • Added Model 1 revision 1.1 ROM and -nlc not needed for earlier ROM revisions.
  • Emulator tries adding .dmk, .imd, .jv3, .jv1 and .dsk to files it can’t find.
  • Windows menu key brings up the right-click context menu.
  • Current drive track is displayed status bar.
  • Permit writing to Model I, III, and 4P ROM

Bug Fixes/Adjustments:

  • Montezuma CP/M no longer misses shift keys regularly.
  • If a disk FORMAT proceeds beyond the last track, DMK and IMD append blank tracks.
  • DMK format detection rules relaxed to allow for larger file truncation.
  • No longer get down-arrow stuck when using Ctrl+Alt+V and the like.
  • Debugger memory, disassembly and stack update on reset or change in memory map.
  • Cassette auto-save capture Scott Adams Adventures saves one instead of two files.
  • Animated GIF output usually smaller by extending the delay for repeated frames.
  • Debugger now shows Model II ROM contents and disassembly when it is mapped in.
  • Single stepping in debugger updates the trace window even if tracing is off.

3 Comments

  1. Good evening,
    I would really like to run a trs-80 clone machine called DGT-1000 in this emulator, Brazilian version, I have the roms, but I can’t emulate them. The DGT-1000 was a clone of the American TRS-80 Model I microcomputer that used a Z80A microprocessor clocked at 2.5 MHz. Can you help me with that? I really like your work.
    Graciously

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    • Nildo,
      For any questions related to the trs80gp emulator, you should contact the author of the program, George Phillips. In addition to being very knowledgeable and very talented, George is really nice and encourages anyone to contact him with any questions or if they need assistance. He, and his brother Peter, have both been very helpful to me many times. Go to his website http://www.48k.ca and you will see his email address.

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      • Hi Blair, thank you very much. I will go look for his email, and I hope that I can emulate this Brazilian clone of the incredible trs-80, the DGT-1000 from Digitus.
        Thank you very much, hugs.
        Att

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