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SubjectDSemu is no more new Reply to this message
Posted byHawq
Posted on04/17/05 10:11 AM



Its gone to meet its maker, joined the choir invisible etc.. it is an ex emu, heres the news:
'I lost my development box yesterday. None of the DSemu source files or past versions were stored on the box's hard drive, but I did lose the compilation environment, and a nice P3-600. It looks like some of the motherboard tracks are fried; not much I can do.

Which means I can't work on DSemu anymore. It looks like .03c is the last release. Don't worry, though; I'll start on a dynamic-recompiling ARM core, so my P166 can get useful output. And I might even make a start on that set of 'how to make an emulator' tutorials.

At least I don't have to play catch-up to Dualis anymore. Thanks for all the support, everyone, it's been much appreciated.'



The wise man knows when he does not know enough


SubjectDamn, and it was so far along! -nt- colecovision new Reply to this message
Posted bySatsuNoHiTo
Posted on04/17/05 07:03 PM



asdf





SubjectRe: DSemu is no more new Reply to this message
Posted byLRa
Posted on04/18/05 06:21 AM



> Its gone to meet its maker, joined the choir invisible etc.. it is an ex emu,
> heres the news:
> 'I lost my development box yesterday. None of the DSemu source files or past
> versions were stored on the box's hard drive, but I did lose the compilation
> environment, and a nice P3-600. It looks like some of the motherboard tracks are
> fried; not much I can do.
>
> Which means I can't work on DSemu anymore. It looks like .03c is the last
> release. Don't worry, though; I'll start on a dynamic-recompiling ARM core, so
> my P166 can get useful output. And I might even make a start on that set of 'how
> to make an emulator' tutorials.
>
> At least I don't have to play catch-up to Dualis anymore. Thanks for all the
> support, everyone, it's been much appreciated.'
>
>
>
> The wise man knows when he does not know enough
>
I don't get it, why don't people backup stuff?
I backup up to 3-4 backups if something's important...





SubjectYou misread. NT He didn't lose the files, he lost his computer. new Reply to this message
Posted byDeath Knight
Posted on04/18/05 07:16 AM



> > Its gone to meet its maker, joined the choir invisible etc.. it is an ex emu,
> > heres the news:
> > 'I lost my development box yesterday. None of the DSemu source files or past
> > versions were stored on the box's hard drive, but I did lose the compilation
> > environment, and a nice P3-600. It looks like some of the motherboard tracks
> are
> > fried; not much I can do.
> >
> > Which means I can't work on DSemu anymore. It looks like .03c is the last
> > release. Don't worry, though; I'll start on a dynamic-recompiling ARM core, so
> > my P166 can get useful output. And I might even make a start on that set of
> 'how
> > to make an emulator' tutorials.
> >
> > At least I don't have to play catch-up to Dualis anymore. Thanks for all the
> > support, everyone, it's been much appreciated.'
> >
> >
> >
> > The wise man knows when he does not know enough
> >
> I don't get it, why don't people backup stuff?
> I backup up to 3-4 backups if something's important...
>



The Master would not approve of this sig.


SubjectRe: You misread. NT He didn't lose the files, he lost his computer. Reply to this message
Posted byLRa
Posted on04/18/05 07:38 AM



> > > Its gone to meet its maker, joined the choir invisible etc.. it is an ex
> emu,
> > > heres the news:
> > > 'I lost my development box yesterday. None of the DSemu source files or past
> > > versions were stored on the box's hard drive, but I did lose the compilation
> > > environment, and a nice P3-600. It looks like some of the motherboard tracks
> > are
> > > fried; not much I can do.
> > >
> > > Which means I can't work on DSemu anymore. It looks like .03c is the last
> > > release. Don't worry, though; I'll start on a dynamic-recompiling ARM core,
> so
> > > my P166 can get useful output. And I might even make a start on that set of
> > 'how
> > > to make an emulator' tutorials.
> > >
> > > At least I don't have to play catch-up to Dualis anymore. Thanks for all the
> > > support, everyone, it's been much appreciated.'
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > > The wise man knows when he does not know enough
> > >
> > I don't get it, why don't people backup stuff?
> > I backup up to 3-4 backups if something's important...
> >
>
>
>
> The Master would not approve of this sig.
>
I know, but when you backup, external sources backup(cd's, email boxes, other pcs etc.) are also trivial.




SubjectRe: DSemu is no more new Reply to this message
Posted byjumpmanjr
Posted on04/19/05 01:58 PM



it was dumb emulator anyhow.....

> Its gone to meet its maker, joined the choir invisible etc.. it is an ex emu,
> heres the news:
> 'I lost my development box yesterday. None of the DSemu source files or past
> versions were stored on the box's hard drive, but I did lose the compilation
> environment, and a nice P3-600. It looks like some of the motherboard tracks are
> fried; not much I can do.
>
> Which means I can't work on DSemu anymore. It looks like .03c is the last
> release. Don't worry, though; I'll start on a dynamic-recompiling ARM core, so
> my P166 can get useful output. And I might even make a start on that set of 'how
> to make an emulator' tutorials.
>
> At least I don't have to play catch-up to Dualis anymore. Thanks for all the
> support, everyone, it's been much appreciated.'
>
>
>
> The wise man knows when he does not know enough
>





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