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Started by pacomix, 18:44, 15 June 13
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Quote from: TotO on 08:12, 18 October 13Around 6 months ago, I have made a little program that can detect all the CPC emulators and display their names. (see the screenshot)
QuoteThat mean you have all some works to do to emulate (and not simulate) a real FDC... Starting from M.E.S.S. will be great.
Quote from: TotO on 16:19, 28 February 14 that mean it's not accurate and a program can fail to run.
Quote from: Executioner on 01:07, 04 March 14Yes, but rather than totally rewrite the emulation from scratch it's usually easier to fix it to cope with those particular programs. It all depends on your starting point of course. If people today are purposely writing new programs to break emulators just to keep us on our toes, perhaps they should find something better to do with their time since most of the point (of WinAPE at least) is preserving old software and providing a development platform for CPC/Z80.
Quote from: pacomix on 09:18, 04 March 14Hi! Do you plan in a future to release the source code
Quoteor give the ability to write plugins? The debugging capabilities are really good but it would rock, for example, if you can communicate with the winape process and send commands like inserting breakpoints, load new symbols, snapshots, etc...
QuoteI'm developing a visual studio integration and this feature would be grand for setting breakpoints at any time from VS, building and deploying the modified source code automatically, etc...
Quote from: Executioner on 02:49, 12 March 14Not likely. It's a mix a Delphi and x86 assembler with 3rd party components so it'd be almost impossible to compile it.
Quote from: Executioner on 02:49, 12 March 14That's a possibility, but also a rather huge job exposing such an API and making sure those calls are thread safe. Maybe a small set of functions.
Quote from: Executioner on 02:49, 12 March 14Wow, didn't know M$ let you write your own plugins
Quote from: Bryce on 13:54, 06 March 15A plain "Amstrad standard" yellow text on blue background would be fine.Bryce.
Quote from: pacomix on 14:22, 06 March 15@Bryce Haha! I was jokingWould you agree to have a dark red background with orange font?
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