Release Notes: This version adds a keybinding help window (press F11 to see it), makes NEWDOS/80 boot up knowing the date and time, fixes a bug that prevented -delay and -autodelay from working when compiled with newer versions of GCC that optimize better, and also includes a few more obsure bugfixes and internal cleanups.
Release Notes: This release includes a pile of minor bugfixes that have accumulated since xtrs 4.8, plus one tiny new feature (an -iconic flag). 1500 bps tapes can now be written again. Sound works even on cards that don't support 8-bit mono. Two floppy disk bugs that broke the CopyCat program are fixed.
Release Notes: Output to the X server is now flushed periodically from the timer task; this fixes problems with the display not being updated when it should have been in certain games and operating systems. The key transition queue is now flushed if the Z-80 program does not poll the keyboard often enough; this gets rid of an unwanted type-ahead effect that was often seen in games that play sound or visual effects between levels.
Release Notes: A fix for a bug that caused 4.6 to crash if the -diskdir flag was not given.
Release Notes: Improved keyboard handling, and a few other minor tweaks and fixes.
Release Notes: This release completes the emulation of undocumented Z-80 instructions, and has several other small improvements.
Release Notes: Emulation of Alpha Products joystick has been added, along with a few other minor changes.
Release Notes: Addition of emulation of the serial port (connecting to a Unix tty device), and of both Radio Shack and Micro Labs hi-res graphics cards for the Model III. There are also several small bug fixes, emulation of the HRG1B graphics card for the Model I, and an improvement to the -scale option.
Release Notes: Emulation of the Radio Shack hard disk controller hardware, and several bugfixes and minor improvements in other areas.
Release Notes: Version 4.0 adds emulation of the Orchesta-85 and Orchestra-90 sound synthesizers, emulation of the TimeDate80 and other battery-backed clocks, a -scale option to make the window larger, support for Level I cassette storage in .CAS files, and a pile of bug fixes.