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  •  13 Jan 2014 21:46
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    Release Notes: This release merges the J2ME, native, and JavaScript repositories.

    •  06 Oct 2013 22:38
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      Release Notes: A new codebase targeting PCs and modern browsers (IE8+) is available. The native version (written in C++) includes a device (xv65) which provides the familiar Unix system calls (write, pipe, dup, fork, exec, etc.) to 6502 programs. You can now issue a FORK request to the IO chip (or call fork() on cc65), and you'll have two concurrent processes running your 6502 code. The webapp version (written in JavaScript, but sharing the embedded assembler with the native version via C++/emscripten) simulates the simpler MicroIO device and can be used to learn and practice 6502 programming on a Web browser.

      •  21 Jun 2011 20:24
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        Release Notes: A problem with confirmation dialogs on Samsung phones has been fixed.

        •  05 Jun 2011 17:57
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          Release Notes: The monitor now supports breakpoint and step out, and the I/O chip now provides tone generation and vibra.

          •  29 Jun 2010 09:11
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            Release Notes: Basic support for touch-screen phones has been added.

            •  25 May 2010 13:03
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              Release Notes: The Paint module now supports editing of multi-color images.

              •  05 Apr 2010 20:22
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                Release Notes: The IO chips now provide a random number generator. There are also minor bugfixes and improvements. Modules for this version are incompatible with modules from previous versions.

                •  14 Jul 2008 08:33
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                  Release Notes: The editor has been improved with some navigation aids and with basic support for computing relative addresses. Also, a beginner's tutorial has been released.

                  •  07 Apr 2008 15:31
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                    Release Notes: The editor has been improved and now you can resize the program and insert and remove instructions. A minimalistic IO chip (MicroIO) has been implemented. It can replace the standard IO chip on old phones, leaving more memory available for programs.

                    •  28 Sep 2007 18:07
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                      Release Notes: Most of the MIDP2 Game API has been mapped; this means that now it should be possible to write real games with JBit. Also, a minimalistic Paint module has been implemented. It is not included in the standard JBit MIDlet, because it is mainly intended as a demo for Java programmers to get started with the JBit Module System. However, it could be useful to some users too.

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