Hey. I'm Troy Martin. I'm a 14-year-old programmer from Vancouver, BC, Canada. I'm no longer a member of the forums but I hope to still work on the wiki.
My user subpages
- User:Troy_martin/Emulators -- NOTE: This page could possibly grow big and take a bit of time to load.
My larger contributions here
- Printing to the screen without a db -- a NASM macro that acts like printf() or puts() with a string literal.
- Turbo C -- a wonderful little 16-bit C compiler from Borland.
- Real mode assembly bare bones series -- oh noes! The noobs shall start flooding in now! Noooooooooooo....!
- Adding <source> tags to quite a few articles.
- The planned customizations for Monaco.
Titanium Bonfire Project
The Titanium Bonfire Project (http://tinyurl.com/tbproject) is a collection of open-source subprojects, the two current (well, more of the only two) subprojects being TBOS and TBOS32 (which is unreleased as of March 14 2009.)
TBOS is my OS project written in 16-bit assembly. It assembles in NASM and NASM only, but could probably be ported to other assemblers with macro functions quite easily.
- Current version is 1.0.1, working on 1.1.0
TBOS32 is an unreleased 32-bit assembly operating system. There's a simple keyboard driver in place using polling, yuck, and a few 16-bit TBOS calls converted to protected mode.
- Not yet released, working on it...