What is the difference between the normal and “extended” versions of TINY?
The only difference is that the “extended” version of TINY supports graphics modes on the host. This takes significantly more memory, so if you only need text modes you should probably use the standard version. If you load the standard version of TINY and then switch into a graphics mode, you’ll see a “mode not supported” message in the client. The standard version of TINY uses about 30K, whereas the “extended” version needs about 38K. The TINY program will print which version it is on startup. Note that I have not included a graphics version that runs on the FTP stack inside the distribution. Let me know if you need this and I’ll compile it for you.