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Ataman Honcho Honchev

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Hi,

If anyone has a copy-left version of "Tick-Tock" Disney Crocodile (Capt'n Hook, Peter Pan story), please provide me a link.
I need it for the icon of the new Open Firmware "Tokenizer" (made from Stefan Reinauer's version, with a "little" 20 year gap).

My artistic skills are quite close to zero and I have no time to play with icons.

Thanks!
 

Ataman Honcho Honchev

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Of course the sources will be here, they are under GPL.

So far the changes:

- The entire project source code base is beautified, much easier to read.
- The "new" tokenizer is compatible with MS/DOS, U*IX, MacOS "9" line endings
- The "new" tokenizer is in process to be 100% 64-bit compatible (will happen probably today).
I.e. all pointer conversions to 32-bit UInt32-s will be gone.
- The "new" tokenizer has currently 3 architectures: PPC, i386, X-64. Apple Silicon will be added later.
Right now it is built under Snow Leopard.

While there is an Apple Tokenizer for "9", I may build that, too.
The corresponding Code Warrior project is in OK shape.
 

Ataman Honcho Honchev

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This guy ?
Perhaps the Hong Kong pirate, (in)famous for stealing SeriTek/1S2 firmware and re-selling it on fee-Bay is on this clip.


The best picture I found is this,

but unsure it is copy-left. Your is, so it will be used for icons and stuff like that.
TickTock.png


This, too was found on the same source you mentioned:

imgbin_captain-hook-peter-pan-wendy-darling-smee-tinker-bell-png.png


So let's see.
 

joevt

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Of course the sources will be here, they are under GPL.

So far the changes:

- The entire project source code base is beautified, much easier to read.
- The "new" tokenizer is compatible with MS/DOS, U*IX, MacOS "9" line endings
- The "new" tokenizer is in process to be 100% 64-bit compatible (will happen probably today).
I.e. all pointer conversions to 32-bit UInt32-s will be gone.
- The "new" tokenizer has currently 3 architectures: PPC, i386, X-64. Apple Silicon will be added later.
Right now it is built under Snow Leopard.

While there is an Apple Tokenizer for "9", I may build that, too.
The corresponding Code Warrior project is in OK shape.
I put my versions of the Stefan Reinauer tokenizer and detokenizer (toke and detok) on GitHub .
I renamed it from JoesOpenBIOSStuff (which is discussed in a few posts on MacRumors) to OpenBIOSStuff.

Includes scripts for converting an fcode image or PCI Option ROM into Forth code so it can be edited and converted back into an fcode image or PCI Option ROM.
Dumps the Open Firmware part of Mac ROMs (PowerPC compiled parts are disassembled and fcode parts are converted to Forth). You need to first extract the Open Firmware part of the ROM.
Builds and works in Monterey and probably some earlier macOS versions. The MPW and CodeWarrior stuff still exists in there but I haven't updated it so it's probably broken.
 

Ataman Honcho Honchev

macrumors regular
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Feb 11, 2023
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158
I put my versions of the Stefan Reinauer tokenizer and detokenizer (toke and detok) on GitHub .
I renamed it from JoesOpenBIOSStuff (which is discussed in a few posts on MacRumors) to OpenBIOSStuff.

Includes scripts for converting an fcode image or PCI Option ROM into Forth code so it can be edited and converted back into an fcode image or PCI Option ROM.
Dumps the Open Firmware part of Mac ROMs (PowerPC compiled parts are disassembled and fcode parts are converted to Forth). You need to first extract the Open Firmware part of the ROM.
Builds and works in Monterey and probably some earlier macOS versions. The MPW and CodeWarrior stuff still exists in there but I haven't updated it so it's probably broken.
Super, thanks!

I will look at it. So far my changes are minor, reflect last few days only, nothing major.
It's beautification + more readable / better code + handling mac+PC+U*ix lines.

It builds on CW (not used) and, more importantly, on Snow Leopard.
I am using CodeWarrior Development Studio 9.5.
 
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