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A program for configuring EMILY and MONICA :

EMSETUP is a program which configures the EMILY and/or MONICA programs
to set the initial values of several features which are loaded when the
program is run.

The EMSETUP command accepts the name of the file to configure as a
command line argument. If no extension is given, EMSETUP assumed ".COM".
For example, to edit the settings contained in EMILY52.COM, you could
use the command:

EMSETUP EMILY52.COM
or
EMSETUP EMILY52

If additional filenames are given, EMSETUP will write the new settings
to those files (as well as the original one). This behaviour can be used
to copy settings from one file to another:

EMSETUP EMILY52 MONICA52

The above command reads the default settings from EMILY52.COM, allows
you to edit them, and writes the new settings to EMILY52.COM and
MONICA52.COM. If you do not make any changes before exiting and saving
the settings, the effect is to copy the settings from EMILY52.COM to
MONICA52.COM.

Once you have started EMSETUP, you will be presented with a menu of
configuration options which can be configured:

Screen colors
Special function registers
Serial I/O defaults
Target interface speed
COMM port assigments
RESET logic level
Default load filename
Exit EMSETUP
Screen colors:

This options permit you to change the colors used in the various
windows presented by EMILY and MONICA. NOTE: Only the color screens
can be altered. When the '/Monochrome' switch is used, EMILY and
MONICA always use a black and white presentation.

Once you select this option, you will be presented with a sample
window which is displayed in the colors of the "Dissassembly" window
in EMILY and MONICA. Press:

PgUp/PgDn - To switch to the other windows
Up/Down - To change the foreground color
Left/Right - To change the background color
Escape - To return to the main EMSETUP menu

Special function registers:

This option allows you to Add/Modify/Delete special function
registers which appear in the EMILY/MONICA 'F' menu and disassembler
output.

The currently defined special function registers will be displayed,
along with each ones address. To change/delete/insert a register,
press the letter beside the one you wish to alter. If more than 1
column of registers are defined, use the SPACE BAR to shift the
selection menu between each row of register definitions.

Once you have selected a regiser, you will be presented with a menu
of options:

Change address - Modify the Direct Address of the SFR
Delete entry - Delete the SFR definition
Insert before - Insert a new definition before this one
Insert after - Insert a new definition after this one

NOTE: if you add SFR's to MONICA, or to EMILY when you are using the
'/Hardware' option, you must also add code to the kernal (KERNAL.ASM)
to allow them to be read and written. The kernal uses a "jump" table
of direct addresses (called 'CTAB1' and 'CTAB2') to invoke handlers
which read and write those addresses in response to commands from the
PC. Look at the code for other SFR's ('TL0' etc.) to see how to add
your own handlers.

When you run EMILY or MONICA with additional SFR's defined, use the
SPACE BAR to move the selection menu between each row of SFR's.

/i-3 Serial I/O defaults:

This option presents you with a serial I/O setup screen which mimics
the ones in EMILY and MONICA. Select the values that you wish to be
in effect when EMILY and/or MONICA is loaded.
Target interface speed:

This option sets the serial I/O speed (baudrate) that is used by
MONICA and EMILY (when '/h' is used) to interface to the target
system kernal. You should not change this value, unless you have
modified KERNAL.ASM, or are using a target crystal frequency which is
not 11.059 Mhz. The EMILY manual contains a detailed discussion on
interface speeds available at various crystal frequencies. Use the
UP/DOWN arrows to change the interface speed, ESCAPE to exit.

Serial port assignments:

This option allows you to select the PC serial ports which will be
used for the Serial I/O redirection and Target interface functions.
Use the 'S' and 'T' keys to cycle each option from COM1-COM4. Press
ESCAPE to exit. NOTE: You cannot define both functions as the same
serial port.

Breakpoint (P)ause delay

This options allows you to change the default delay value (in
milliseconds) of the breakpoint delay timer.

RESET logic level:

This option allows you to set the logic level of the RTS "reset"
control line from the PC. You may select RESET when RTS is "asserted"
(+12v) or "deasserted" (-12v). If you are using an older version of
our "BD52" single board computer, you may have to set this value to
"asserted".

Default load filename

This option allows you to select the default filename and extension
that will appear in the input area in response to a 'L'oad command.
Enter the name you wish, and press ENTER or ESCAPE to exit.

NOTE: EMSETUP should NOT be used on the DEMO version of EMILY.