firstname.lastname@example.org (Andre Fachat) wrote: > Hi Olaf! > > Olaf Seibert wrote: > > > If you don't already know, VICE contains not only a C64 and a VIC20 > > > but also a PET 3032/4032/8032 emulator. > > > http://www.tu-chemnitz.de/~fachat/vice/vice.html > > > > Last I tried VICE (0.10, it looks like) the PET department was rather > > sketchy still. I suppose it's lots better now. > > If I remember correctly, you mentioned to probably build a BeOS > version of VICE? (Ha, never say something like this voluntarily ;-))) Yes, I did mention that ;-) I made the BeOS version of VIm and that is released officially now. > Well, the upcoming release is a mess. But we plan to clean up > the next one such that it is much easier to add new emulators > and to add more architectures (like BeOS). Great! In the mean time you can think about how to make it run properly on a multi-CPU machine (such as my BeBox) while actually doing stuff in parallel *grin*. > Shall I keep you posted on that when I think it might be feasible > to more easily have a BeOS version? That would be great. > BTW, the upcoming release should emulate 2001 (incl. charrom), 3008, 3016= > , > 3032, 3032B (business keyboard), 4016, 4032, 4032B, 8032 and 8096 models. Cool! Do try out the Basic Lessons on funet. I think those use the old charrom, and also poke to the screen by using the ghost addresses instead of the real ones. > Andre -Olaf. -- ___ Olaf 'Rhialto' Seibert rhialto(at)mbfys-dot-kun.nl "I would be dead in \X/ a week if I didn't do /something/. I'd be splattered all over the walls."
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