Mini vMac Updates: January 28

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Mini vMac Updates: January 28

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More updates:

http://minivmac.sourceforge.net/

I will post more details when I am finished unpacking.
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Re: Mini vMac Updates: January 28

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ClockWise wrote:More updates:

http://minivmac.sourceforge.net/

I will post more details when I am finished unpacking.
Build the Windows binaries, using VC6 as usual.
http://www.mediafire.com/?125dxjwmoyj
Update: the MacIIx builds with sound enabled
http://www.mediafire.com/?4wmjqlzkmjm
I looked at the updated ASCEMDEV.c and saw the new ASC emulation code.
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Re: Mini vMac Updates: January 28

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yksoft1 wrote: I looked at the updated ASCEMDEV.c and saw the new ASC emulation code, however the sound output for ASC is still not implemented.
Don't forget to use the '-sound 1' option in the build system. Sound in the Mac II emulation is still disabled by default, since it doesn't sound very good yet. But now it does at least emit some sound, and hangs less.

The development version is just work in progress, not intended for most people, as all the warnings on the page say.
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Re: Mini vMac Updates: January 28

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gryphel wrote:
yksoft1 wrote: I looked at the updated ASCEMDEV.c and saw the new ASC emulation code, however the sound output for ASC is still not implemented.
Don't forget to use the '-sound 1' option in the build system. Sound in the Mac II emulation is still disabled by default, since it doesn't sound very good yet. But now it does at least emit some sound, and hangs less.

The development version is just work in progress, not intended for most people, as all the warnings on the page say.
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The system startup sound and SimpleBeep worked, SoundEdit and some games now have some sound, however System 7's bundled sounds does not work.
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Post by macgeek41796 »

Yaay sound!

/me builds MacII.rom varriation and tests

Now all we need is PMMU emulation. Then A/UX might work!
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OK. How about the MacII emulation instead of MacIIx emulation.
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my sound-enabled MacOSX XCode 2.5 builds:
http://www.mediafire.com/?yzy5mg0inww
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macgeek41796 wrote:Now all we need is PMMU emulation. Then A/UX might work!
Supporting A/UX is not one of my goals for Mini vMac. But I wouldn't reject patches if anyone else wants to work on making A/UX work.
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