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Re: To assemble microcode on the lisp machine
- To: (BUG LISPM) at MIT-AI
- Subject: Re: To assemble microcode on the lisp machine
- From: MOON@MIT-AI
- Date: Sun ,1 Oct 79 07:46:47 EDT
Incant the following:
(LOAD "LCADR;UA PKG")
If it asks you to load QMISC, do so.
Now, to assemble, (PKG-GOTO "UA") (ASSEMBLE)
(UA:ASSEMBLE) probably also works.
(WRITE-MCR) and (CONS-DUMP-MEMORIES) should both work to write it out.
You need microcode 309 or later to assemble UCADR successfully this way
(CADR1 has microcode 309.) You also will use all but 1000000 or so words
of virtual memory assembling UCADR.
This doesn't use RG's fast microcode source file reader (yet).