Re: LZ: Emulator for MAC
Max Mansour wrote:
> > From: A.K.A. TheWiz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > > >A while ago (I was off for a month, my computer died), someone said
> > > >were working on a Macintosh Emulator. What's become of it? Anyone?
> > If you do a webcrawler search on "Macintosh Emulation C64 Gameboy
> > Nintendo" or somesuch, you'll find a page calledl "Emulation on the
> > Macintosh". Under "Gameboy" is a pointer to the sight of this guy who
> > wrote source for a system-independant Z80 emulator - and guess what? The
> > source is available!
> > I don't have the time to pursue this right now, but if anyone else
> > wants to, at least there's a place to start.
> Guess What? Read the Ti-Em docs, that is the same em that the DOS ti85 em
> is based upon, I think it's the one by Marriat F. (??).
> He did the Msx, Gameboy, Nintendo, Coleco, and Gamegear emulators also.
> his webpage is someting like www.freeflight.com/mfs/
The first version of the TI85 emulator was based on the MSX emulator,
is written in C, but not any more. The c code was far to slow for the
emulator, which is now using rutines written in 386 assembly to emulate
If anyone wants to make a MAC version of the emulator it migth me a good
to take a look at the first version of the emulator, since it would
only little work to port it (i think, since it is C). I think that if a
emulatorer is ported to the MAC it will be too slow using the c code,
maybe some one was written a z80 emulator in asm for the MAC ?
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