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As next I will make a private build with Arbee“s WIP GBA driver. smile

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When will we see your first bug fix submission wink

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Probably before I get anywhere with the NES driver frown


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That should teach me to open my big mouth...

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I've actually done some work on the GBA driver lately (not just making it run under current MESS). Fixed some issues with interrupts but raster interrupts still aren't right. For some reason the games I'm using to test only enable them during vblank, which is obviously wrong smile Also a recently released prototype ROM (Turok) is showing an ARM7 core bug I'm trying to track down.

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Originally Posted By R. Belmont
I've actually done some work on the GBA driver lately (not just making it run under current MESS). Fixed some issues with interrupts but raster interrupts still aren't right. For some reason the games I'm using to test only enable them during vblank, which is obviously wrong smile Also a recently released prototype ROM (Turok) is showing an ARM7 core bug I'm trying to track down.


Thank you so much Arbee, for your c l e a r description how to add gba driver source to compile it.
It works. smile

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Originally Posted By Anna Wu
Some FM-7 games (Miner2049 first picture) now working. Programs which designed for FM-77AV or FM-77AV40SX machines still not working like Space Harrier (second picture).


You might want to take another look at Space Harrier now... wink


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Some FM-7 games (Miner2049 first picture) now working. Programs which designed for FM-77AV or FM-77AV40SX machines still not working like Space Harrier (second picture).


You might want to take another look at Space Harrier now... wink


Thanks Barry, can now start and play Space Harrier. The graphic (colors/sprites etc.) need some fixes. smile

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SVN r5140

TIKI 100 driver

Floppy Disk
TIKI Invaders


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Originally Posted By R. Belmont
A little hacking around gets us back (with current code!) to:

And unlike with the old PPC core it's actually trying to boot the ATAPI CD-ROM now. If I could find BeOS install disks we might get someplace.


Excellent work! cool I've just made disk images of BeOS DR 8.1 that came bundled with my BeBox, also R5 which were the last release with PPC support.



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Awesome. PM me about the images and I'll hook up the CD-ROM drive and see what happens smile

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