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Posted byTrebor
Posted on07/26/08 06:28 AM



Here's whatsnew:

** General
----------

- VICE development has moved to public services:
http://sf.net/projects/vice-emu
You can read the latest development in the Subversion
repository, file bug reports, and similar things.
Check it out!

- New Openserver 5.x, Openserver 6.x and Unixware ports.

- New AROS64 port.

- New QNX 4.x port.

- New HPUX (HPPA and IA64) ports.

- New SkyOS port.

- New Atari Mint port.

- New Solaris Express aka OpenSolaris aka Solaris 11 port.


** C64/C128 changes
-------------------

- Improved $01 behaviour with regards to unused bit fall-off.

- New experimental NEOS and Amiga mouse support.

- Added a working RTC to the emulation of the IDE64 cartridge.

- New more precise PAL emulation, works only with double size
and double scan.

- Added support for the Action Replay 4 and StarDos cartridges.

- Improved REU compatibility

- Fixed CPU timing bug introduced in 1.22 (demo "Borderless").

- Fixed bugs in the CIA emulation (demo "So-phisticated",
W. Lorenz testsuite).

- Fixed various bugs in VIC-II emulation: Sprite x-positioning,
Latch X/Y, video mode changes, DEN bit handling, raster IRQ,
NTSC sprites and sprites in full/debugging border mode (list
of fixed demos/games too long to mention here).

- RESTORE key is handled differently now, fixing an NMI bug
because the NMI was asserted too long before.


** VIC20 changes
----------------

- Added unconnected c-bus floating byte support.

- New more precise PAL emulation, works only with double size
and double scan.


** PET changes
--------------

- Added support for toggling CB2 sound output line.


** PLUS4 changes
----------------

- New more precise PAL emulation, works only with double size
and double scan.


** Drive changes
----------------

- Fixed block allocation and interleave.


** Unix changes
---------------

- Broken DGA1/DGA2 code removed

- XRandR fullscreen implemented for all (but CRTC/VDC) videochips.

- XRandR/Fullscreen can now toggle the Statusbar/Menu

- Fixed unix mouse for single sized display.

- Fixed mouse grab and xaw menu popup.

- After a CPU jam user can select to resume emulation without
reset.


** MS-Windows changes
---------------------

- Fixed the reverse logic of the -confirmexit/+confirmexit and
-singlecpu/+singlecpu command-line options.

- Added the ability to copy and paste text from and to the
VICE window.

- Added the ability to paste text into the VICE window by
right-clicking on the VICE window.

- Keyboard shortcuts are definable in the configuration file
win_shortscuts.vsc

- After a CPU jam user can select to resume emulation without
reset.

- Fixed volume slider behaviour when switching fullscreen mode.

- Key repeat is eliminated OS-wise. This way, the RESTORE key is
not used with autorepeat.


** BeOS changes
---------------

- Fixed to also run on Haiku.

- Lots of fixes to the dailogs.

- Fixed the joystick system.

- Added warning dialog when the monitor is accessed without
having an open console window.

- Added the ability to copy and paste text from and to the
VICE window.


** AmigaOS changes
------------------

- Fixed the reverse logic of the -confirmexit/+confirmexit
command-line options.

- Added the ability to copy and paste text from and to the
VICE window.

- After a CPU jam user can select to resume emulation without
reset.


** OS/2 changes
---------------

- After a CPU jam user can select to resume emulation without
reset.


** Miscellaneous changes
------------------------

- Added support for more 3rd party basic extenders to petcat.

- Extended BMP saving to support 24bit.

- Fixed the joystick code of all emulators to handle state changes
on both joysticks at the same time.

- New monitor commands and features.

- New memmap feature which allows tracking of memory accesses,
activated by the configure option --enable-memmap.

- Fixed bug in ffmpeg/FFV1 driver. Should be really lossless now.


Get it here:
http://www.viceteam.org/

-Trebor