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SubjectRe: Some 68k questions Reply to this message
Posted byR. Belmont
Posted on08/03/04 07:35 PM



> And to add to that: Emulate instructions and features as you encounter them. Run
> your emulator until you hit an unimplemented opcode, add it in, rinse, lather,
> repeat.

Lemme just back up Bart here - everyone's first mistake when writing a CPU emulator is just to implement all the opcodes and *then* test it. Don't ever do that, it makes it nearly impossible to debug :-)




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*Some 68k questions  erikduijs08/03/04 10:55 AM
.*Re: Some 68k questions  finaldave08/04/04 05:42 AM
..*Here's another link that might be helpful  erikduijs08/13/04 07:31 PM
..*Re: Link to user manual with timing info  Jan_Klaassen08/04/04 12:21 PM
...*Re: Link to user manual with timing info  finaldave08/05/04 05:32 AM
.*oh my gawd...  erikduijs08/04/04 03:29 AM
..*Re: oh my gawd...  Bart T.08/04/04 10:44 AM
...*Re: oh my gawd...  erikduijs08/04/04 06:00 PM
....*Re: oh my gawd...  R. Belmont08/05/04 11:09 PM
.....*Re: oh my gawd...  erikduijs08/08/04 05:57 PM
.*Re: Some 68k questions  Jan_Klaassen08/03/04 02:13 PM
..*Re: Some 68k questions  Bart T.08/03/04 02:23 PM
....Re: Some 68k questions  R. Belmont08/03/04 07:35 PM
....*Re: Some 68k questions  Riff08/04/04 03:16 PM
.....*Re: Some 68k questions  finaldave08/05/04 05:43 AM
....*Re: Some 68k questions  ElSemi08/04/04 05:11 AM
.....*Re: Some 68k questions  R. Belmont08/04/04 06:42 PM
.....*Re: Some 68k questions  erikduijs08/04/04 05:48 AM
....*Re: Some 68k questions  erikduijs08/04/04 03:05 AM