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Old 20 February 2015, 11:32   #4
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Someone (not sure if it was Dave Haynie) confirmed that Commodore lost most of chipset documentation at the end of existence.
Recreating chip set seem to be only one way to truly reproduce original behavior (large part of features is still not implemented correctly as it is unknown - GCR mode Paula for example, blitter in Agnus especially line/fill mode etc).
This can be made today (and as outcome VHDL/Verilog code can be created and as such later used to FPGA or perhaps even ASIC creation).
AFAIK OCS is no longer protected.
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