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Posted about 3 years ago by Manuel Bilderbeek
openMSX 0.11.0—NotOneButDoubleOne—brings you the following important new features: VDP access timing now also for MSX1 modes (corruption with too fast VRAM access will be visible now), implementation of most defailed differences between all used VDP ... [More] chips and emulation of MegaFlashROM SCC+ SD. On top of that, there are some important (long standing) bug fixes, like the proper implementation of envelopes for MSX-AUDIO, fixing for example "Copy is Crime" by Impact. And last but not least, a lot of work was done under the bonnet, giving you even better performance and preparations for the future. Together with openMSX an updated version of Catapult, our user-friendly GUI, was released. We only made some minor improvements to it this time. Please read the release notes for details. [Less]
Posted about 3 years ago by Manuel Bilderbeek
openMSX 0.11.0—NotOneButDoubleOne—brings you the following important new features: VDP access timing now also for MSX1 modes (corruption with too fast VRAM access will be visible now), implementation of most defailed differences between all used VDP ... [More] chips and emulation of MegaFlashROM SCC+ SD. On top of that, there are some important (long standing) bug fixes, like the proper implementation of envelopes for MSX-AUDIO, fixing for example "Copy is Crime" by Impact. And last but not least, a lot of work was done under the bonnet, giving you even better performance and preparations for the future. Together with openMSX an updated version of Catapult, our user-friendly GUI, was released. We only made some minor improvements to it this time. Please read the release notes for details. [Less]
Posted over 3 years ago by Manuel Bilderbeek
openMSX 0.10.1—StillNotOneToo—mostly fixes mostly bugs we introduced with 0.10.0 or were already present for a bit longer... sorry for those, but most should be fixed now :) There are also some small but nice additions, like much extended MIDI ... [More] support on Mac (thanks Grauw!), support for harddisk images in the OSD menu and more fine grained control in which slots carts and extensions will end up. Together with openMSX an updated version of Catapult, our user-friendly GUI, was released. Again, we actually made some improvements to it this time, mostly more code cleanups to enable quite some bug fixes (mainly in the settings tab), but also some features, like ability to change cartridges at run time and support for hard disks. Please read the release notes for details. [Less]
Posted over 3 years ago by Manuel Bilderbeek
openMSX 0.10.1—StillNotOneToo—mostly fixes mostly bugs we introduced with 0.10.0 or were already present for a bit longer... sorry for those, but most should be fixed now :) There are also some small but nice additions, like much extended MIDI ... [More] support on Mac (thanks Grauw!), support for harddisk images in the OSD menu and more fine grained control in which slots carts and extensions will end up. Together with openMSX an updated version of Catapult, our user-friendly GUI, was released. Again, we actually made some improvements to it this time, mostly more code cleanups to enable quite some bug fixes (mainly in the settings tab), but also some features, like ability to change cartridges at run time and support for hard disks. Please read the release notes for details. [Less]
Posted almost 4 years ago by Manuel Bilderbeek
openMSX 0.10.0—StillNotOne—adds many larger and smaller features, but most outstanding are: cycle accurate VDP command engine timing, an Android port, subdirectory support for dir-as-disk and Neos MA-20 support. These features meant a lot of work was ... [More] done in practically all parts of the code, but at the same time we also freshened up much of the code using many of the new C++11 language features. All in all, it was time to release this stuff officially... Together with openMSX an updated version of Catapult, our user-friendly GUI, was released. We actually made some improvements to it this time, mostly code cleanups to make it easier to help us with this subproject, but also some small features, like ability to set up multiple IPS files, control video source and disable sprite settings and DMK support in the file filters, next to some smaller bug fixes. Please read the release notes for details. [Less]
Posted almost 4 years ago by Manuel Bilderbeek
openMSX 0.10.0—StillNotOne—adds many larger and smaller features, but most outstanding are: cycle accurate VDP command engine timing, an Android port, subdirectory support for dir-as-disk and Neos MA-20 support. These features meant a lot of work was ... [More] done in practically all parts of the code, but at the same time we also freshened up much of the code using many of the new C++11 language features. All in all, it was time to release this stuff officially... Together with openMSX an updated version of Catapult, our user-friendly GUI, was released. We actually made some improvements to it this time, mostly code cleanups to make it easier to help us with this subproject, but also some small features, like ability to set up multiple IPS files, control video source and disable sprite settings and DMK support in the file filters, next to some smaller bug fixes. Please read the release notes for details. [Less]
Posted about 5 years ago by Wouter Vermaelen
openMSX 0.9.1—Enigma Take Two—mostly fixes a bug in dir-as-disk that was introduced in openMSX 0.9.0, when adding support for the DMK format and low level disk emulation. We not only fixed that bug, we rewrote dir-as-disk almost completely, making it ... [More] a lot more robust. Together with openMSX an updated version of Catapult, our user-friendly GUI, was released. Please read the release notes for details. [Less]
Posted about 5 years ago by Wouter Vermaelen
openMSX 0.9.1—Enigma Take Two—mostly fixes a bug in dir-as-disk that was introduced in openMSX 0.9.0, when adding support for the DMK format and low level disk emulation. We not only fixed that bug, we rewrote dir-as-disk almost completely, making it ... [More] a lot more robust. Together with openMSX an updated version of Catapult, our user-friendly GUI, was released. Please read the release notes for details. [Less]
Posted about 5 years ago by manu...@users.sourceforge.net (Manuel Bilderbeek)
openMSX 0.9.1—Enigma Take Two—mostly fixes a bug in dir-as-disk that was introduced in openMSX 0.9.0, when adding support for the DMK format and low level disk emulation. We not only fixed that bug, we rewrote dir-as-disk almost completely, making it ... [More] a lot more robust. Together with openMSX an updated version of Catapult, our user-friendly GUI, was released. Please read the release notes for details. [Less]
Posted over 5 years ago by Wouter Vermaelen
openMSX 0.9.0—Enigma—improves a lot on accuracy of floppy support, especially by the introduction of support for the DMK format. This means it should be possible to run all MSX disk software without patching it. Furthermore, our efforts to improve ... [More] performance has some results: start up time has almost halved on a Dingoo A320! Together with openMSX an updated version of Catapult, our user-friendly GUI, was released. Please read the release notes for details. [Less]