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warp12 wrote:I am curious, would it be possible to compile an emulator (Steem, Hatari, etc) to run classic ST(e) games? Does the Firebee have the hardware to support such an endeavor?
warp12 wrote:I know that market segment is not exactly the target, but it would be a nice perk for those who like the classics.
Klapauzius wrote:warp12 wrote:I am curious, would it be possible to compile an emulator (Steem, Hatari, etc) to run classic ST(e) games? Does the Firebee have the hardware to support such an endeavor?
There may also be a chance to convert games 'natively' to the FireBee, without using a dedicated emulator. It's a bit too early to promise anything, but it's something I'd surely like to try.
Klapauzius wrote:FireTOS already has this kind of exception handling for the unimplemented 68k instructions and addressing modes, using the CF68KLib.
oehansen wrote:These instructions create illegal instruction exception, and they can be simulated in machine code.
oehansen wrote:I took a look at cf68klib .... it's far too big to use.
joska wrote:It seems to work just fine on the FireBee In what way is it to big?
The original cause of the crash is elsewhere.
oehansen wrote:That code is a monster, way too bloated it "appears" to emulate the XServer code ok.
Klapauzius wrote:After some fiddling around and getting lots of help from the nice people at the ACP (special thanks to Mathias and Vincent!), there is now a test version of Arkanoid for the FireBee available!
Exactly, and Klapauzius is counting it still as "Alpha" software!! Incredible isn´t it?jfl wrote:Oh Boy. This is insane. I tried it just out of curiosity since I was certain my LCD panel would not handle it but the game works perfectly! With sound and all! It's really amazing to see such an old game run so well on such a new machine. This tells a lot about all the work done by all involved in this project to make this possible.
Mathias wrote: Exactly, and Klapauzius is counting it still as "Alpha" software!! Incredible isn´t it?
Mathias wrote:If I consider what parts are still missing, it´s much more stunning that it became possible! I hope such insane support of the plattform is going on or even increasing, and a real killer machine will develope if we are all working together!
I hope soDal wrote:I flashed the firmwares supplied on the CF card I got from Medusa a couple of weeks ago. I assume these are the latest?
I am not sure if it is still necessary. If so Klaz has to explain it, I didn understand it exactlyDal wrote:I did not wait 2 minutes before trying to run the game. Didn't even know this was something that should be done - what's the reason?
Mathias wrote: I am not sure if it is still necessary. If so Claus has to explain it, I didn understand it exactly
But does it work if you wait a little bit?
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