|[Unmoderated] Cloanto gets mentioned on Business Week||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 26-Feb-2004 16:38 GMT by Cloanto||4 comments|
HERE (second page)
Just to join the "gets mentioned" game :-)
|Cloanto gets mentioned on Business Week : Comment 1 of 4||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Darth_X on 26-Feb-2004 19:38 GMT|
|LOL! And they didn't mention Amiga!|
Who else here thinks Cloanto will earn more money in 2004 than AmigaInc? ;)
|Cloanto gets mentioned on Business Week : Comment 2 of 4||ANN.lu|
|Posted by takemehomegrandma on 26-Feb-2004 20:19 GMT|
What 64-bit software are Cloanto planning to release?
|Cloanto gets mentioned on Business Week : Comment 3 of 4||ANN.lu|
|Posted by John Block on 26-Feb-2004 21:07 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 2 (takemehomegrandma):|
Amiga emulation would be amazing
|Cloanto gets mentioned on Business Week : Comment 4 of 4||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Lando on 27-Feb-2004 00:41 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 3 (John Block):|
Emulation, by definition, is an attempt to copy the exact behaviour and performance of the original machine. So, running faster than the original machine is no longer emulation, abut something else, and often introduces problems running software designed and programmed with the real machine in mind. We've all seen code like...
.loop move.l #10000, d0
dbf d0, .loop
Yes, it's not good programming, but it's very common in older software, and the faster emulators get, the more broken many older programs become.
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