We're all about reverse-engineering popular chips from the 70's and 80's - initially the 6502 but others too. This wiki is for documenting our findings and recording our sources, and is of course a work in progress.
- The reverse engineering process
- Chips listed by progress
- Chips listed by manufacturer
- People involved
Projects and status
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