'Printing C-64 Programs'
Author:Womo (guest: search)
Date: Sat, Jun 05th, 2010 @ 13:57 ( . )

Kevin,

please have a look at the VICE emulator (WinVICE). It also contains a helper program named petcat.exe which is intended to convert between BASIC 2.0 and many other dialects and standard ASCII text. Special characters and control characters are converted into descriptors enclosed in "{}" (can be suppressed with option "-nc"), if I remember right.

Furthermore the emulation of VICE knows about virtual printers that export printer otuput files. These can be converted into Postscript with a little helper tools from an external conttibutor, see here:
[link] Resources

And converting a .ps PostScript file into a PDF is a non-issue, isn't it?


Womo



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