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NitrOS-9 was primarily a creation of three Canadians: Bill Noble, Wes Gayle and Curtis Boyle.  It started out as an enhanced version of OS-9 Level Two for the Color Computer 3, incorporating then-newly discovered 6309 instructions to enhance performance.
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NitrOS-9 was primarily a creation of three Canadians: Bill Noble, Wes Gayle and Curtis Boyle.  It started out as an enhanced version of OS-9 Level Two for the Color Computer 3, incorporating then-newly discovered 6309 instructions to enhance performance.<br>
 
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Alan DeKok further enhanced NitrOS-9.
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Alan DeKok further enhanced NitrOS-9.<br>
 
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Through the work of Alan and Boisy Pitre, NitrOS-9 was "re-released" as an open source project in 2003.  It now supports all Color Computers, including the Dragon 64.
 
Through the work of Alan and Boisy Pitre, NitrOS-9 was "re-released" as an open source project in 2003.  It now supports all Color Computers, including the Dragon 64.

Revision as of 20:55, 14 September 2005

NitrOS-9 was primarily a creation of three Canadians: Bill Noble, Wes Gayle and Curtis Boyle. It started out as an enhanced version of OS-9 Level Two for the Color Computer 3, incorporating then-newly discovered 6309 instructions to enhance performance.

Alan DeKok further enhanced NitrOS-9.

Through the work of Alan and Boisy Pitre, NitrOS-9 was "re-released" as an open source project in 2003. It now supports all Color Computers, including the Dragon 64.