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[Files] WinUAE v8.22 Release 6ANN.lu
Posted on 20-Apr-2003 11:39 GMT by Gareth Knight13 comments
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WinUAE v8.22 Release 6 - WinUAE, the Windows port of the UAE Amiga emulator has been updated. Visit site for latest changes.
WinUAE v8.22 Release 6 : Comment 1 of 13ANN.lu
Posted by rudabega on 20-Apr-2003 10:43 GMT
It's freaking incredible how much this little emulator can do. It's already to the point where it's interface and features blow other VM's for other platforms (like VMWare) right out of the water. I can't think of a single feature that you could think of that WinUAE doesn't already have.

Well, I can think of 3, and I had to try hard.

MMU Support enabling Linux/Amiga Unix compatibility
Highway USB emulation
The ability of WinUAE to assign it's BSDSocket interface an indipendant IP (as VMWare does)
Peggy+ Hardware Mpeg decoder emulation (so Mpegs can be processed by Windows, and the Amiga see's it as a hardware Mpeg decoder card)

I know, I'm pushing it, but what else IS there? everything else has been added already! :)
WinUAE v8.22 Release 6 : Comment 2 of 13ANN.lu
Posted by Mike Bouma on 20-Apr-2003 13:30 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (rudabega):
> I know, I'm pushing it, but what else IS there? everything else has been
> added already! :)

I would like to see an Eagle view option added and to be able to set the scanline density.
WinUAE v8.22 Release 6 : Comment 3 of 13ANN.lu
Posted by Linus Gustafsson on 20-Apr-2003 13:34 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (rudabega):
I wouldn´t mind some OpenGL support. ;-)
WinUAE v8.22 Release 6 : Comment 4 of 13ANN.lu
Posted by Lando on 20-Apr-2003 13:38 GMT
I want to see WarpOS / PowerUP PPC and Warp3D compatibility.
WinUAE v8.22 Release 6 : Comment 5 of 13ANN.lu
Posted by dammy on 20-Apr-2003 13:55 GMT
In reply to Comment 4 (Lando):
I wonder how slow PPC emulation would be (with or without JIT).

Dammy
WinUAE v8.22 Release 6 : Comment 6 of 13ANN.lu
Posted by Don Cox on 20-Apr-2003 14:20 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (rudabega):
How good is AGA emulation? Does Ham-8 work correctly?
WinUAE v8.22 Release 6 : Comment 7 of 13ANN.lu
Posted by mahen on 20-Apr-2003 17:55 GMT
Really impressive to see how this emulator evolves !!

A bit sad to see the other ports of UAE lack so many things in comparison though... :-/
WinUAE v8.22 Release 6 : Comment 8 of 13ANN.lu
Posted by leo on 21-Apr-2003 12:42 GMT
I miss these two things:

1) software 68k 3D renderer for Warp3D (possible I guess as there is already a ppc software renderer available)
or some Warp3D<->Direct3D wraper (this is a dream ;))...

2) bug-free center function !!!

Leo.
WinUAE v8.22 Release 6 : Comment 9 of 13ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 21-Apr-2003 14:49 GMT
has a sana2 device driver arrived yet? If not put that on the list - miami/genesis/roadshow are alot better than that bsdsocket.library emulation..
WinUAE v8.22 Release 6 : Comment 10 of 13ANN.lu
Posted by the man in the shadows on 21-Apr-2003 14:53 GMT
The only thing I'm waiting for is full MMU emulation. Without the MMU emulation, you can't program Amiga software on UAE effectively. There are just too many developers tools that require an MMU for debugging. Other than that, WinUAE is more or less complete. 68K Warp3D shouldn't be a part of WinUAE but rather a part of the OS components.
WinUAE v8.22 Release 6 : Comment 11 of 13ANN.lu
Posted by José on 23-Apr-2003 13:19 GMT
In reply to Comment 6 (Don Cox):
Er.. I think no. I've compared the output directly with my A1200 and the PC seems to output a 16bit screen.
WinUAE v8.22 Release 6 : Comment 12 of 13ANN.lu
Posted by What would be really nice on 24-Apr-2003 08:53 GMT
would be ppc-emulation, I do know it would be slow, but hey, considering were used to slow(whatever each of us defines as slow), it could stilll be usefull.
WinUAE v8.22 Release 6 : Comment 13 of 13ANN.lu
Posted by Kjetil on 25-Apr-2003 10:43 GMT
In reply to Comment 12 (What would be really nice):
On Intel one 68k instruction will be translated to about tow to fore Intel instruction to cope with byte order problem, on the PPC there are no shout thing so one 68k instruction should be translated to one PPC instruction in most cases, you should get near native PPC speed.
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