Hi all !
A few years ago (2005) I began learning hardware coding, with some friends we wanted to release some small intros. Unfortunately my friends gave up, and I let my code abandoned for years. Recently I wanted to try again, and I finished my first small intro, there were soooo long time since I last coded in assembler (6809 CPU) in my high school time (1997) and some stuff on 68k (2005) !
No impressive stuff here, but I'm happy because it works ! during my teenage time I loved cracktros and demos, but I lacked documentation on hardware and could not code graphic stuff.
Today on internet it's easy to find interesting information :-)
The intro has a clean startup, a 1-bitplan hires screen, and the display is managed by a small copperlist.
The text writer is dumb because the offset to font data is not calculated, it's in an offset table. Anyway it works.
With this intro I learnt so many things on hardware and 68k assembler !!
I'm now working on more complex copperlists, and scrolltexts.
here's a link to see the intro:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rzfb7obXk3w
If there's anyone interested in coding intros / demos, beginner or experts, I would be VERY happy to be in contact :-)