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CONTENTS OF ATARI ST(E)/TT TOOLKIT
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Dear Atari Developer, Welcome to the exciting and rewarding world of Atari development. We want you to produce astonishing new products that enhance the value of our computers. Talented developers with imagination, skill and vision make this an exciting time for us all. We wish you success in your endeavors and stand ready to help you achieve that success. This box contains a wealth of information about programming for Atari computers. If you study it carefully, you will learn to create robust...
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Atari VME Expansion For TT030 and Mega STE Products The TT030 and Mega STE each support one single height (3U) VME slot. This slot complies with the VITA C.1 specification, with minor differences in electrical drive and termination. The following information is intended for VME card designers, and does not represent variances from the VITA specification (other than mentioned above).
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AHDI 3.00 Release Notes May 4, 1989 Atari Corporation 1196 Borregas Avenue Sunnyvale, CA 94086
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT, AHDI
This file is mentioned in the Contents of the Toolkit, but misses from the printout. The attached file is only a blank page as a place holder.
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GEM Programmer's Guide Volume 1: VDI Third Edition: January 1989 OBJECTIVE This guide describes the features and operation of the Graphics Environment Manager..(GEM..) Virtual Device Interface (VDI), the successor to the Digital Research. .Graphics System Extension (GSX..). You can write graphics applications using GEM VDI capabilities. AUDIENCE This guide is intended for microcomputer application programmers with operating system and graphics programming experience. ORGANIZATION This guide...
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT, GEM, VDI
TT030 TOS Release Notes Third Edition 6 September 1991
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT, TOS
GEM Programmer’s Guide Volume 2: AES Third Edition: January 1989 This programmer’s guide has three major purposes: - Introduce a programmer to the concepts and structures underlying GEM Application Environment Services. - Prepare the programmer to write a GEM application. - Serve as a reference guide for the programmer writing a GEM  application.
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT, GEM, AES
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In broad terms, the things you have to know about Pexec are that it starts up a process, lets it execute, then returns to the caller when that process terminates. The caller- the process which used Pexec in the first place - has some responsibilities: it must make memory available to the OS for allocation to the child, it must build an argument string for the child, and it must either pass an environment to the child or let the child inherit a copy of its environment. Pexec has several modes,...
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Musical Instrument Digital Interface SPECIFICATION 1.0 For further information please contact: IMA the International MIDI Association 11857 Hartsook St., North Hollywood, California 91607, U.S.A., (818) 505-8964
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Welcome to the Rainbow TOS Release Notes! This document describes the changes made in Rainbow TOS, previously known as TOS 1.4, the latest version of the operating system for Atari ST and Mega computers. They also contain a good deal of supplemental documentation for Rainbow TOS ar/ad‘previous versions of TOS. There is a chapter for each layer of TOS (Desktop, AES, and so on).  There is at least one section in each chapter for “Changes,” and usually a section for "Supplemental...
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STE Developer Addendum This addendum is a set of documents that allows the ST developer to use the new features of the STE. These new features are in the areas of graphics, sound and interface ports. The STE has a palette of 4096 colors compared to the ST palette of 512 colors. Also the STE has hardware support for vertical and horizontal scrolling. Support has also been added for external GENLOCK. Sound on the STE has the ST sound as well as 8 bit stereo DMA sound with variable playback...
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This book describes how to use the Open Boot PROM available in many SPARC products. This PROM is significantly different from PROMs in other Sun systems. It can perform many new functions and has a new user interface.
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