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Re: Bug#168589: ITP: xfuse - a ZX Spectrum and TC2048 emulator

On Tue, 2002-11-12 at 13:54, Edmund GRIMLEY EVANS wrote:
>     * The lack of source.
> > Assuming my understanding is correct, what would be the best strategy
> > for approaching Amstrad to make the minimal change in order to have
> > Spectrum ROMs in main?
> I don't see any evidence that Amstrad want the ROMs to be free. The
> best approach is probably to ask them whether they might make the
> source code available. If they say "definitely not" then you don't
> need to waste any time discussing the other points.

Bear in mind that it's entirely possible that there *is* no source. God
knows what weird and wonderful development system they were using; it
might well have been assembled by hand. (A lot of games were programmed
like this.)

Also, I refer you to:


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