> > > Nice to see the Virtual Jag news. Maybe you should look in
> > > the forum more, like scroll down some messages to 10/04. Hehe.
> > >
> > Did you read both the two stories? Although they are both about virtual
> > they are saying different things.
> > Looks like an attempt to resurrect the news thread to me.
> > smf
> I would like to state that the information posted by Hanman is somewhat
> incorrect (it's missing information). Let me explain.
> The post from TheInformer (10/04) was related to the Virtual Jaguar/SDL v1.0.7
> *PUBLIC BETA*. This was a x86-win32 binary release based upon the "old" CVS tree
> with new OpenGL enhancements.
> The post from Hanman on the frontpage of retrogamers.com is stated as Virtual
> Jaguar v1.0.7. This should be Virtual Jaguar/SDL (also known as Virtual Jaguar
> GCC/SDL) because Virtual Jaguar is by Cal2 (Potato Emulation) while Virtual
> Jaguar GCC/SDL is by the sdlemu developers. The Linux builds are from the
> Virtual Jaguar GCC/SDL v1.0.7 *FINAL* that was released on 06 oktober 2004 (2
> days after the x86-win32 *PUBLIC BETA* release). Yesterday we made the x86-win32
> binary available (based upon the *FINAL* sourcebase) and other users provided me
> with a Gentoo and a Mandrake x86-linux binary build.
> In short, it's about two different releases because the 4 October was a beta
> while the 6 October was (and still is) the final version. On 7 October we put up
> several binary releases based upon the source release from 6 October.
> And for the record, it's Virtual Jaguar GCC/SDL or Virtual Jaguar/SDL and not
> Virtual Jaguar :)
> Niels Wagenaar
'I love it when a plan comes together!'