Release Notes: This release fixes a serious data-corruption bug encountered when copying files. This release also adds support for a "virtual" modem on the GS's serial port. Sockets and virtual modem are now available on Windows. Some bugs related to Resetting (where the emulator would go into an infinite loop) were fixed. A ROM file may now be selected from a menu within the emulator. The Mac OS X port now has support for full-screen and error dialogs. Emulated 5.25" support has been improved.
Release Notes: This release features numerous bugfixes and a few new features. Joystick code has been tuned and improved for both keypad and mouse emulated joysticks. Keyboard and mouse input scanning is faster now. Joystick scaling is now adjustable. The emulator now handles images with a Mac binary header. Debugging mode is more configurable, and memory move/compare and tracing functions have been added. This release adds a "floating bus" to improve compatibility with certain graphics operations and animations. The 65816 STP instruction have been fixed.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. It features a fix for audio on Solaris, a minor function key fix, a fix for a rarely-tripped debugging halt, and reworked mouse pointer code under GS/OS.
Release Notes: This release fixes some minor 65816 CPU emulation bugs, and adds a command line switch to halt the emulator on a "code red" condition (when it detects that it has become unstable). It also fixes a CapsLock bug under Windows, and fixes a broken app on the sample-image disk.
Release Notes: This release resolves a crash bug, as well as featuring a few enhancements on the Configuration Panel: memory size, simulated speed, and video update interval settings are now available. This version supports up to 14mb RAM in the emulator. 8mb is now the default RAM size, 8.0mhz is now available via F6, cycle timing is fixed, the double-hi-res color table is corrected, and a few serial port related bugs are fixed.
Release Notes: 3200 Color support was added. Accuracy was greatly improved for the emulated display system. ZipGS emulation was added. A new configuration panel was created (no more hand-editing config files). 5.25" emulated-drive compatibility was improved. An emulation stability indicator was added. Handling of border effects was improved. Fixes were made for Mac, Windows, and X.
Release Notes: This release improves the game-paddles emulation, fixes pointer warping, works better with Mac OSX, changes mouse button and function key operations, and includes debugger help.
Release Notes: This release includes a Mac OSX port, a Win 32 port, improved double hi-res colors, fixes for an X shared memory bug, new function key mapping, new mouse button functions, a black and white mode, improved disk compatibility, and substantial code cleanups.
Release Notes: This release has been ported to SDL, with drivers for video, keyboard, sound, and joystick. It offers better driver abstraction, and you can switch at runtime between different drivers for keyboards, video, and sound. It integrates code from the Windows KEGS32 project. It compiles on Linux, Cygwin, and other Unices. Code cleanups have been made in several areas. It implements menus and status lines using the native Apple II font.
Release Notes: Improved X support, keycode fixes, and compile support on 64-bit platforms.