TinyBASIC 2.5g is very near release. The source now includes routines for IN/OUT, PEEK/POKE, CLS, and DELAY. And the code for executing Machine Code is being worked out. So all things considered, it is just about ready to dump into the wild.
Along with the release of v2.5g, I will also be releasing the G80-S Monitor v0.50, which will include in ROM TinyBASIC 2.5g. This greatly expands the ability of the computer by allowing the user to test new hardware on the fly without the need to write code in assembly, and modify the contents of memory from within BASIC. I’m personally looking forward to the release.
As a note, the G80-S v1.0 boards are up for sale in the store, and on eBay here, and the Prototyping boards will be shortly. And once I have a chance to do some tinkering with the hardware side of things I’ll be working on code for a FAT file system.
But until then, happy coding!