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Posted byMrJeff
Posted on04/21/04 07:28 PM


I recently got a new treo handspring 600 phone (palm os 5, 144mhz ARM processor). My thoughts obviously move to what emulators I could get on it :)

I'm quite tempted to try to convert some existing ones. I have some emu experience (well... I've done pacman hardware...). I was hoping that someone might be able to save me a lot of time by suggesting what might be a good open-source emu or two to try to convert across and get decent speed. So any advice from anyone who has experience with some clean open source emus?

I'm assuming something like:

From a C program I'll probably be able to get nes or master system working at reasonable speed with no sound in a quite short period of time

Perhaps Dave's new ARM-core might let me get genesis. in 100Mhz.. will that happen do you think?

I'm assuming without a core SNES is way out. GBA might be possible by some clever mapping of code, but that's way out of my league..

and of course, there is the classic arcade emus. I'm thinking MAME might be overkill.. any suggestions on some smaller open-source arcade emu (just an earlier version of mame? ^_^ )

Sorry for the long rambling post, and I'd be really happy to hear any or all comments to help me get started!

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.Good open source emus  MrJeff04/21/04 07:28 PM
.*Re: Good open source emus  finaldave04/26/04 10:29 AM
.*Re: Good open source emus  smf04/24/04 04:14 AM
..*Re: Good open source emus  finaldave04/26/04 10:40 AM
...*Re: Good open source emus  smf04/30/04 03:14 AM