Re, On Wed, Jan 25, 2012 at 04:22:16AM -0800, andym00 wrote: > > Gábor Lénárt wrote > > > > I don't want it hold it back, as it can be useful for something. Even if I > > have to admit that the heart of the code is just some bytes of code, the > > rest is just cosmetic :) > > > > I've attached a ZIP file it contains the source as well, it contains some > > comments, information etc, I added, forgive my bad English also I was in > > hurry. > > > > I finally got around to trying this, but unfortunately am stuck with using > Vice whilst I try to buy one.. > > I'm trying it with Vice2.3 yet I get absolutely no output at all, regardless > of the FM chip model I select.. > > Which explains why my own limited tinkering under Vice have not yielded any > successful bleeps or bloops so far.. > > Is there a version of Vice that the Sound Expander emulation does work in ? What I can tell, that I could only make it work with a development snapshot of vice (at least with Linux, no idea about Windows version: is there any difference, sound output difference because of the different sound output device, whatever). what worked for me (again, with linux): 2.3.11, SVN revision I've tested with: 24920 I've downloaded the SVN snapshot (revision 24920, for sure it may work with the head branch too, just this is what I've played with, and it worked for me): http://sourceforge.net/projects/vice-emu/ I had to compile it myself, then it worked nicely for me. Thanks to Soci who suggested me to try with a development snapshot. Earlier versions produce no sound for me, or even vice crashed sometimes. - Gábor Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2012-01-25 15:00:25
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