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Application Notes on the Atari Computer System Interface (ACSI) The Atari Corporation Sunnyvale, California 27 September 1985 THE SCOPE OF THIS DOCUMENT is limited to a set of rough application notes on the Atari Computer System Interface. This is a preliminary document and is subject to change without notice.
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT, ACSI
This is the Atari GEMDOS User's Manual. It describes the internals and use of GEMDOS' on the Atari ST. This manual is divided into three parts; a tutorial and introduction for beginning users, a reference manual for application writers, and appendices for GEMDOS wizards. The GEMDOS Tutorial is a gentle introduction to the basics of GEMDOS. Its intention is to get beginning users started as quickly as possible. It gives example programs, designed to exercise most of GEMDOS, which combine into a...
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT, GEMDOS
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
MADMAC 68000 MACRO ASSEMBLER REFERENCE MANUAL Beta Version 0.13 Copyright 1986, 1987 Atari Corporation All Rights Reserved 8/12/87 L. Dyer This document describes MADMAC, a fast macro assembler for the 68000. MADMAC currently runs on the Atari ST and under 4.2 BSD VAX UNIX. It was written at Atari Corporation by programmers who needed a high performance assembler for their work.
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT, 68000 Assembler, MADMAC
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Manual of Astro Chase for Atari 8-bit @ 600dpi
Topics: Atari, Atari 8bit, Atari 800, Atari XL, First Star
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Ordner des Handbuchs Binder of the Manual
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, BASIC, GFA
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Scan of Atari 8-bit Disk for Odesta Chess 7.0 incl. infosheet
Topics: Atari, Atari 8bit, Atari 800, Atari XL, Odesta, Chess 7.0
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
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INFOmation No. 1/87 Jan/Feb Offizielles Organ der INFOCOM User Group Germany
Topics: INFOCOM, User Group Germany, Frobozz Times, INFOmation, User Group, Germany
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Scan of the Cartdrige of Moon Patrol @ 600dpi 1987 release
Topics: Atari, Atari 8bit, Atari 800, Atari XL, RX8052
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ATR-8000 Owners Manual Ver. 2 (1982)(SWP Inc.)(US) Scanned by AtariAge user moonlight_mile
Topics: Atari, Atari 800, SWP, ATR8000, ATR-8000, ATR 8000, CP-M
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Manual for Odesta Chess 7.0 for Atari 8-bit A Guide To The Use And Enjoyment Of CHESS By Larry Atkin
Topics: Atari, Atari 8bit, Atari 800, Atari XL, Odesta, Chess 7.0
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Topics: Atari, Atari 8bit, Atari 800, Atari XL, Cosmi, US Gold
This document contains a preliminary version of the information a developer should have concerning the TT030, in addition to the existing ST and STe documentation. Date: Between October1990 and June 1991
Topics: Atari, Atari TT
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Scan of Atari 8-bit manual of Super Huey in German @ 600dpi
Topics: Atari, Atari 8bit, Atari 800, Atari XL, Cosmi, US Gold
Printout of a file which came with the early develeopment kit. I cannot find the file anymore, therefore this printout. IF I find it, I will add it here. The OCR of the PDF is useless. The serial number is fake, done by me BITD to make it look more leggit, because I was no registered developer. ;)
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, TOS, GEMDOS
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Anmeldeformular für die INFOCOM User Group Germany
Topics: INFOCOM, User Group Germany, User Group, Germany
Question and Answer Bulletin May 1986 Copyright (C) 1986 by Atari Corp. "all rights reserved" 1196 Borregas Ave., Sunnyvale, Ca. 94086 Here are the latest questions from the Atari developers mailbag as answered by John Feagans, Director of Software Technology. Leave questions on Compuserve for PIN 70007,1072 or GO PCS57 for Atari developer SIG information.
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT
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CPM License Agreement (1982-10-22)(Digital Research)(US) Scanned by AtariAge user moonlight_mile
Topics: Atari, Atari 800, SWP, ATR8000, ATR-8000, ATR 8000, CP-M, Digital Research
The Frobozz Times - 87 Summer/Fall Offizielles Organ der INFOCOM User Group Germany
Topics: INFOCOM, User Group Germany, Frobozz Times, INFOmation, User Group, Germany
Z80C30 CMOS Z-BUS SCC/ Z85C30 CMOS SCC Serial Communications Controller Advance Product Specification October 1986
Topics: Atari TT, Z80C30, Z85C30, Serial Controller
UNITED TECHNOLOGIES MOSTEK MICROCOMPUTER COMPONENTS PRELIMINARY MK68901 MULTI-FUNCTION PERIPHERAL
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT, MK 68901
Status Line, The - Vol. VI No. 4 (1987-12)(Infocom)(US)
Topics: INFOCOM, New Zork, Status Line
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The Official Home Video Game of the 1984 Summer Olympic Games The original is a leaflet with pages 5, 6 and 1 on one side and pages 2, 3 and 4 on the other.
Topics: Atari, Atari 8bit, Atari 800, Atari XL, RX8069
Label for the spine of the binder holding the documents
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT
DB: THE ATARI DEBUGGER BY ALLAN PRATT Copyright © 1988 by Atari Corporation Db is a debugger for the Atari ST series. It is indended to replace sid as the assembly-level debugger of choice. It is not a source-level debugger, but it does handle both Alcyon C and Mark Williams C (new and old) symbol table formats.
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT, Atari Debugger
Question and Answer Bulletin April 1986 Copyright (C) 1986 by Atari Corp. "all rights reserved" 1196 Borregas Ave., Sunnyvale, Ca. 94086 Here are the latest questions from the Atari developers mailbag as answered by John Feagans, Director of Software Technology. Leave questions on Compuserve for PIN 70007,1072 or GO PCS57 for Atari developer SIG information.
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT
WESTERN DIGITAL WD1770/1772 5,25" Floppy Disk Controller/Formatter PRELIMINARY FEATURES 28 PIN OlP SINGLE 5V SUPPLY BUILT-IN DATA SEPARATOR BUILTIN WRITE PRECOMPENSATION SINGLE AND DOUBLE DENSITY MOTOR CONTROL 128. 256. 512 OR 1024 SECTCR LENGTHS TTL COMPATIBLE 8 BIT BIDIRECTIONAL DATA BUS TWO VERSIONS AVAILABLE WD1770 = STANDARD 179X STEP RATES WD1772 = FASTER STEP RATES
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT, WD1770, WD1772
This document is not mentioned in the contents of the toolkit binder. This document describes the method of interfacing to the 1772 through the DMA CHANNEL on the ATARI ST.
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT, WD1772
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.
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT
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Scan of 8-bit manual Master of the Lamps @ 600dpi There is a funny typo on page 5: FOR APPLE USERS — DONT FORGET THE FLIP S L IDE!!
Topics: Atari, Atari 8bit, Atari 800, Atari XL, Activision, Apple II
The Frobozz Times Nr. 4/87 Sommer Ausgabe Offizielles Organ der INFOCOM User Group Germany
Topics: INFOCOM, User Group Germany, Frobozz Times, INFOmation, User Group, Germany
This document is not mentioned in the contents for the toolkit. TT030 Compatible Expandable Flexible Affordable
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT
(C) Copyright 1986, 1987, 1988 GFA Systemtechnik GmbH Programmautor: Frank Ostrowski Handbuchautoren: Gottfried P. Engels, Markus C. Görgens, Frank Ostrowski 1. Auflage, Mai 1988 Mit dem GFA-BASIC-Interpreter 3.0 steht Ihnen eine umfangreiche Programmiersprache mit einer komfortablen Entwicklungsumgebung zur Verfügung. Dieser fortschrittliche BASIC-Dialekt verfügt über einen  leistungsfähigen und schnellen Editor, der die Erstellung von strukturierten Programmen unterstützt.
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, BASIC, GFA
The Am53C80 Small Computer Systems Interface (SCSI) Interface Controller is a CMOS device designed to accommodate the SCSI as defined by the ANSI X3T9.2 committee. The Am53C80 operates in both the Initiator and Target roles and can, therefore, be used in host adapter, host port, and formatter designs. This device supports Arbitration, including Reselection. Special high-current open-collector output drivers, capabie of sinking 48 mA at 0.5 V, allow for direct connection to the SCSI Bus.
Topics: Atari, Atari TT, 53C80, 5380, SCSI Controller
AHDI 3.00 Release Notes May 4, 1989 Atari Corporation 1196 Borregas Avenue Sunnyvale, CA 94086
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT, AHDI
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Antragskarte für den GFA Club aus dem BASIC Handbuch. Membership application for GFA Club, taken from BASIC manual.
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, BASIC, GFA
TT030 TOS Release Notes October 8, 1990
Topics: Atari, Atari TT, TOS
Status Line, The - Vol. VI No. 3 (1987-09)(Infocom)(US)
Topics: INFOCOM, New Zork, Status Line
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DOS UTILITIES SOURCE LISTING (DOS II)
Topics: Atari, Atari 8bit, Atari 800, Atari XL, DUP
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Topics: Atari, Atari 8bit, Atari 800, Atari XL, US Gold, Mindscape
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Boxscan of Moon Patrol for the Atari 8-bit @ 600dpi. 1987 release Contains scans including the flaps of the box.
Topics: Atari, Atari 8bit, Atari 800, Atari XL, RX8052
Introduction to GEM RCS GEM'™ Resource Construction Set (RCS) is a GEM application you use to create resources (menus, dialog boxes, alert boxes, etc.) for your GEM application programs. GEM RCS also lets you incorporate icons and bit-images you create with GEM IconEdit into your resource files. You don’t have to be a programmer to use GEM RCS. You can create all of the application’s resources and then give the file to a programmer to include with the program code.
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT, GEM, RCS
MOTOROLA DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING DEVELOPMENT SOFTWARE MOTOROLA DSP LINKER/LIBRARIAN REFERENCE MANUAL © Copyright Motorola, Inc. 1992. All rights reserved. ASM56000, SIM56000, ASM96000, SIM96000, ASM56100, and SIM56100 are trademarks of Motorola.
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari Falcon, DSP56001, DSP56000, Motorola
Remember, DON’T PANIC. This is the new, improved introduction to the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the BIOS, which describes the BIOS (and many other aspects) of Atari’s ST computer series. The introduction still won’t tell you much, but at least it tells you not to panic. The Guide’s intended audience: Application writers (who will find some of the functions and hints here invaluable) ; Those wishing to make use of some of the ST’s hardware-specific features (hacking palette colors,...
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT, TOS, GEMDOS
Printout of a file which came with the early develeopment kit. I cannot find the file anymore, therefore this printout. IF I find it, I will add it here. The OCR of the PDF is useless. The serial number is fake, done by me BITD to make it look more leggit, because I was no registered developer. ;)
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, TOS, FD1772, WD1772
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CONTENTS OF ATARI ST(E)/TT TOOLKIT
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT
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Topics: Atari, Atari 8bit, Atari 800, Atari XL, Activision
Orderform inserted into Status Line, The - Vol. VII No. 2 (1988-06)(Infocom)(US)
Topics: INFOCOM, New Zork, Status Line
Engineering Hardware Specification of the Atari ST Computer System The Atari Corporation Sunnyvale, California 7 January 1986 THE SCOPE OF THIS DOCUMENT is limited to a description of the ST computer system hardware characteristics and idiosyncrasies. This document does not provide a detailed description of ST component parts, peripheral devices, device protocols, or software. References are provided for detailed inquiry.
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT
Atari Corporation Atari TT030 Hardware Reference Manual June 1990 The TT (Thirty-two/Thirty-two bit) is the first member of a new series of Atari computers designed as enhanced versions of the existing ST and MEGA family. The TT series maintains compatibility with the STIMEGA architecture, but uses the Motorola 68030 microprocessor and provides enhanced graphics and sound. The TT is also designed to allow it to run UNIX 1 without any speed penalty caused by ST compatibility constraints.
Topics: Atari, Atari TT
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Topics: Atari, Atari 8bit, Atari 800, Atari XL, Odesta, Chess 7.0
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Topics: Atari, Atari 8bit, Atari 800, Atari XL, Cosmi, US Gold
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Unfortunately PAGES 121-160 ARE MISSING Web Application Security Workshop By Jason Lam and Dan Goldberg Welcome to the SANS Web Application Security Workshop. Over the course of the day, we cover what a web application consists of and how attacks are created against them. As we look at each component of the web application, we will explore its implementation and methods of preventing attacks against that component. In most cases, a successful attack of a web application is the result of...
Topics: SANS, Hacking, Application Security
Printout of a file which came with the early develeopment kit. I cannot find the file anymore, therefore this printout. IF I find it, I will add it here. The OCR of the PDF is useless. The serial number is fake, done by me BITD to make it look more leggit, because I was no registered developer. ;)
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, TOS, GEMDOS
Question and Answer Bulletin February 1987 Copyright (C) 1987 by Atari Corp. "all rights reserved" 1196 Borregas Ave., Sunnyvale, Ca. 94086 Here are the latest questions from the Atari developers mailbag as answered by John Feagans, Director of Software Technology. Leave questions on Compuserve for PIN 70007,1072 or GO PCS57 for Atari developer SIG information.
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT
FD1771-01 Floppy Disk Formatter/Controller FEATURES - SOFT SECTOR FORMAT COMPATIBILITY - AUTOMATIC TRACK SEEK WITH VERIFICATION - READ MODE : Single/Multiple Sector Write with Automatic Sector Search or Entire Track Read Selectable 128 Byte or Variable Length Sector - WRITE MODE Single/Multiple Sector Write with Automatic Sector Search - Entire Track Write for Diskette Formatting - PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLS Selectable Track-to-Track Stepping Time Selectable Head Settling and Head Engage Times...
Topics: FD1771, WD1771, Floppy Controller, Western Digital, Atari 810
AY-3-8910/8912 PROGRAMMABLE SOUND GENERATOR DATA MANUAL ARCHITECTURE OPERATION INTERFACING MUSIC GENERATION SOUND EFFECTS GENERATION ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS It is apparent that any microprocessor is Capable of producing acceptable sounds with only a transducer if the processor has no other tasks to perform while the sound is sustained. In real worid microprocessor use, however, video games need refreshing. keyboards need scanning, etc. For example. in order to producea single channel of ninth...
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT, AY-3-8910
AY-3-8910 AY-3-8912 AY-3-8913 Programmable Sound Generator FEATURES Full Software Control of Sound Generation Interfaces to Most 8-Bit and 16-Bit Microprocessors Three Independently Programmed Analog Outputs Two 8-Bit General Purpose !/O Ports (AY-3-8910) One 8-Bit General Purpose I/O Port (AY-3-8912) Single +5 Volt Supply
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT, AY-3-8910
Status Line, The - Vol. VII No. 2 (1988-06)(Infocom)(US)
Topics: INFOCOM, New Zork, Status Line
Status Line, The - Vol. VII No. 1 (1988-03)(Infocom)(US)
Topics: INFOCOM, New Zork, Status Line
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...
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT
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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.
Topics: Sun, Open Boot, Solaris
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Cutting Edge Hacking Techniques Hands-On By Ed Skoudis and Jason Lam Copyright 2005, Ed Skoudis and SANS Version 3Q05 Computer and Network Hacker Exploits Hello and welcome to SANS’ Cutting Edge Hacking Techniques Hands-On session. In this session, we'll discuss many of the major advances over the past twelve to twenty-four months in the technologies, tools, and techniques used by attackers to compromise systems. Let’s keep this section interactive. If you have a question or comment, please...
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Topics: Atari, Atari 8bit, Atari 800, Atari XL, Epyx
MOTOROLA DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING DEVELOPMENT SOFTWARE MOTOROLA DSP ASSEMBLER REFERENCE MANUAL © Copyright Motorola, Inc. 1992. All rights reserved. ASM56000, SIM56000, ASM96000, SIM96000, ASM56100, and SIM56100 are trademarks of Motorola.
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari Falcon, DSP56001, DSP56000, Motorola
MADMAC 68000 Macro Assembler Reference Manual version 1.00 MADMAC Version 1.07 release notes, January, 1990. This document describes MADMAC', a fast macro assembler for the  68000. MADMAC currently runs on the Atari ST and under 1.2 BSD VAX UNIX. It was written at. Atart Corporation by programmers who needed a high performance assembler for their work. MADMAC ts intended to be used by programmers who write mostly in  assembly language. It was not originally a back-end to a C compiler,...
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT, 68000 Assembler, MADMAC
Question and Answer Bulletin March 1986 Copyright (C) 1986 by Atari Corp. "all rights reserved" 1196 Borregas Ave., Sunnyvale, Ca. 94086 Here are the latest questions from the Atari developers mailbag as answered by John Feagans, Director of Software Technology. Leave questions on Compuserve for PIN 70007,1072 or GO PCS57 for Atari developer SIG information.
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT
Welcome to the developer support package for the Atari Falcon030. This kit contains a machine with 16 Megabytes of RAM (14 Megabytes are used), a harddisk, software on the harddisk and on floppies, and the documentation package that you are reading. The DSP folder on the harddisk contains the files ASM56000.TTP, DSPLNK.TTP, CLDLOD.TTP, README and DSPBIND.H which is the binding needed to use the DSP Support Routines described in this manual. Note: Some compiler systems require different binding...
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari Falcon, DSP56001
Question and Answer Bulletin June 1986 Copyright (C) 1986 by Atari Corp. "all rights reserved" 1196 Borregas Ave., Sunnyvale, Ca. 94086 Here are the latest questions from the Atari developers mailbag as answered by John Feagans, Director of Software Technology. Leave questions on Compuserve for PIN 70007,1072 or GO PCS57 for Atari developer SIG information.
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT
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Manual of Moon Patrol for the Atari 8-bit @ 600dpi 1987 release
Topics: Atari, Atari 8bit, Atari 800, Atari XL, RX8052
Intelligent Keyboard (ikbd) Protocol Revised: 02/26/85 The Atari Corp. Intelligent Keyboard (ikbd) is a general purpose keyboard controller that is flexible enough that it can be used in a variety of products without modification. The keyboard, with its microcontroller, provides a convenient connection point for a mouse and switch-type joysticks. The ikbd processor also maintains a time-of-day clock with one second resolution. The ikbd has been designed to be general enough that it can be used...
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT
ATR-8000 Newsletter August 1984 (1984-08)(SWP Inc.)(US) Scanned by AtariAge user moonlight_mile
Topics: Atari, Atari 800, SWP, ATR8000, ATR-8000, ATR 8000, CP-M
Schematics of 128 kB ROM-cartridges for the Atari 130ST, 520ST (1985-01-02) and MegaST (1987-03-29).
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT
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Topics: Atari, Atari 8bit, Atari 800, Atari XL, Anirog
Chapter 9 from The Chip's Manual. I did not find the manual on the net, but do only have this chapter as a printed copy.
Topics: Atari 810, The Chip, Spartan Software
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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...
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT
DB: THE ATARI DEBUGGER RELEASE 2, VERSION 90/01/24 BY ALLAN PRATT Copyright © 1988,1990 by Atari Corporation Db is a debugger for the Atari ST and TT series of 68000-family computers. It is intended to replace sid as the assembly-level debugger of choice. It is not a source-level debugger, but it does handle both Alcyon C and Mark Williams Ct (new and old) symbol table formats. Db can use any of the ST's character devices for its input and output, including the screen, the serial port, and the...
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT, Atari Debugger
ATARI CHKDISK3 DOCUMENTATION April 22, 1990 The Atari CHKDISK3 program is a utility that analyzes a disk’s file structure and does all of the necessary fixes. Before you use the program, you should have some basic knowledge about the disk and file structure.
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT, CHKDISK
Question and Answer Bulletin February 1986 Copyright (C) 1986 by Atari Corp. "all rights reserved" 1196 Borregas Ave., Sunnyvale, Ca. 94086 Here are the latest questions from the Atari developers mailbag as answered by John Feagans, Director of Software Technology. Leave questions on Compuserve for PIN 70007,1072 or GO PCS57 for Atari developer SIG information.
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT
These are release notes for ALN, the Atari Linker, detailing the changes between the FIRST release, version 1.00, on 6/26/87, and the latest release (dated 90/01/24). PLUS the main documentation from v1.00
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT, ALN, Atari Linker
User Manual for the Atari ST Bit-Block Transfer Processor (BLiTTER) The Atari Corporation Sunnyvale, California 17 June 1987 THE SCOPE OF THIS DOCUMENT is limited to a functional description of the Atari ST BLiTTER. This document is not a data sheet for system integration, rather it is a user manual for system programming. For more information, please refer to the texts listed at the end of this document. The Atari ST Bit-Block Transfer Processor (BLiTTER) is a hardware implementation of the...
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT, Atari Blitter
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).
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT, VME Bus
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Labels for the spines of the binders holding the documents
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT
Cornerstone Flyer inserted into Status Line, The - Vol. VI No. 4 (1987-12)(Infocom)(US)
Topics: INFOCOM, New Zork, Status Line, Cornerstone
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MyDos 3 Addendum for 3.13 and 3.18 (198x)(Wordmark Systems)(US) Scanned by AtariAge user moonlight_mile
Topics: Atari, Atari 800, SWP, ATR8000, ATR-8000, ATR 8000, MyDos
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Infopaket der INFOCOM User Group Germany - Infos zum Club - Anmeldeformular
Topics: INFOCOM, User Group Germany, User Group, Germany
Atari 8-bit Computer Manuals
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a reference manual for BUG/65 an Assembly Language Debugging program for use with 6502-based computers built by Apple Computer, Inc., and Atari, Inc. The programs, disks, and manuals comprising BUG/65 are Copyright (c) 1982 by McStuff Company and Optimized Systems Software, Inc. This manual is Copyright (c) 1982
Topics: Atari, Atari 8bit, BUG/65, OSS Software
Welcome to the STE TOS Release Notes! This document describes the changes made in STE TOS. It also describes the Cookie Jar, a feature implemented in STE TOS that can be easily retrofitted to other versions, as well. There is a section for each affected layer of TOS (Desktop, AES, and so on), and one for the Cookie Jar. We suggest you look through the Table of Contents, then read through the document in the order of your interests. As always, we welcome your comments.
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT, TOS
Atari Corporation Atari TT030 Hardware Reference Manual June 1990 The TT (Thirty-two/Thirty-two bit) is the first member of a new series of Atari computers designed as enhanced versions of the existing ST and MEGA family. The TT series maintains compatibility with the STIMEGA architecture, but uses the Motorola 68030 microprocessor and provides enhanced graphics and sound. The TT is also designed to allow it to run UNIX 1 without any speed penalty caused by ST compatibility constraints.
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT
Status Line, The - Vol. VI No. 1 (1987-03)(Infocom)(US)
Topics: infocom, new zork, status line
Printout of a file which came with the early develeopment kit. I cannot find the file anymore, therefore this printout. IF I find it, I will add it here. The OCR of the PDF is useless. The serial number is fake, done by me BITD to make it look more leggit, because I was no registered developer. ;)
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, TOS, GEMDOS
ALN ATARI BABY LINKER REFERENCE MANUAL Version 1.01 Copyright 1987 Atari Corporation All Rights Reserved 7/6/87 A. Pratt
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT. ALN, Atari Linker
TOS provides two software interfaces to its graphics routines: VDI and Line A. This document describes the "Line A” interface to the ST’s low-level graphics primitives, as provided in all ST computers with TOS in ROM. It assumes you are familiar with the ST’s operating system and 68000 assembly language. While VDI is appropriate for many applications, it is sometimes advantageous to give up some convenience for speed and additional features, like support for all 16 Bit Bit logic...
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT, SALAD, S.A.L.A.D.
Below is a set of basic guidelines for programming practices meant to insure that your programs are compatible across current and future machines. Developers are urged to strive for compatibility as much  as possible. While this list is not complete by any means, it will hopefully point you in the right direction.
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT
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,...
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT
Printout of a file which came with the early develeopment kit. I cannot find the file anymore, therefore this printout. IF I find it, I will add it here. The OCR of the PDF is useless. The serial number is fake, done by me BITD to make it look more leggit, because I was no registered developer. ;)
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, TOS, GEMDOS
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Scan of Atari 8-bit Disk Astro Chase @600 dpi
Topics: Atari, Atari 8bit, Atari 800, Atari XL, First Star
MC6850, MC68A50. MC68B50 ASYNCHRONOUS COMMUNICATIONS INTERFACE ADAPTER (ACIA) The MC6850 Asynchronous Communications Interface Adapter provides the data formatting and control to interface serial asynchronous data communications information to bus organized systems such as the MC6800 Microprocessing Unit.
Topics: Atari, Atari ST, Atari TT, MC6850
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...
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