Raine est un émulateur Arcade. Conçu à l’origine pour émuler « Rainbow Islands », il supporte maintenant un paquet de jeux basés sur du hardware « Taito », « Jaleco » et bien d’autres encore.

– Closing the window of the emulator doesn’t trigger a segfault anymore (well the segfault was quitting too, but in windows this was producing a ugly error message, so it’s better now !)
– Fixed a stupid bug in the « next » console command
– The video options dialog shows only the options for yuv overlay when in autodetect mode since overlays are the default, you must now choose explicitely « force normal blits » to see the scalers/scanlines options.
– Double buffer is forced even when using yuv overlays in fullscreen mode in windows. Normaly video synchronization should be handled by overlays but since it’s very messy to configure, it’s probably better to force it here. If your overlays correctly handle video sync, then you can disable double buffer in the video options to trust your overlays.
– Fixed a tremendous bug in hq3x/32bpp and hq2x/32bpp, the left part of the game bitmap was cut.
– Fixed a crash when switching to hq3x in the middle of a game
* Darwin (mac os x) becomes an « experimental » target. Neoraine can be built for it, and raine can be built only if not too many drivers are compiled in! This thing makes me nuts, its linker is completely crazy. Anyway there is now a new tool for building light version of raine : scan_drivers.pl in games, which allows to choose which game drivers you want to include. Once you have chosen, it includes the required cpu emulators/sound drivers. It might be useful when building for small systems…

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