Re: VICEplus v1.0 released!

From: Marko Mäkelä (
Date: 2007-11-01 09:41:41

On Thu, Nov 01, 2007 at 05:10:37AM +0000, William Levak wrote:
> On Mon, 8 Oct 2007, Daniel Kahlin wrote:
>> The VICEplus team is proud to announce the release of VICEplus v1.0!
>> (based on VICE 1.22)
>> VICEplus is the Versatile Commodore Emulator Plus.  Its most important
>> extension over VICE is support for the C64DTV as well as a few general
>> bug fixes and improvements.
>> Binaries available for:
>>   Win32 (Windows 9x/ME/NT4/2K/XP/2K3/Vista)
>>   MacOSX
>>   MSDOS
>>   BeOS
>>   QNX
>>   Solaris
>>   Minix
>>   Amiga based and derived systems
>> More information and downloads:
> And, where is it without the javascript?

Sourceforget is somewhat unreliable from time to time.  I used to hate
Javascript back when it was only supported by proprietary software
(Netscape Navigator).  But now I am happily using the resource hog
called Mozilla Firefox (or Debian Iceweasel).

The page seems to
point to individual files at
The source releases (currently one) seem to be listed at

Bo Zimmerman's file archive should be free of Javascript.  At least it
looks like the directory listings are still generated by the Perl
scripts that Pasi Ojala and me wrote a long time ago.

BTW, I noticed that the VICE 1.22-1 package in Debian implements
user-defineable joystick keys, a very welcome addition.  However,
that panel does not appear to be available in xvic; only in x64.
It would also be nice if the joystick settings were saved with
emulator snapshots, because different games could benefit from
different mappings.

Also, it would be nice if -VICIIhwscale or -VICIhwscale was renamed
to something that is common for all emulated platforms (easier to
remember).  Or perhaps I should read the documentation and find out
if these can be written to a configuration file.


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