Hatari est un émulateur Atari ST, STE, TT et Falcon tournant sous Linux, BSD, BeOS, Mac OS X et bien d’autres systèmes supportant la bibliothèque SDL.
– Many improvements/fixes to 68030 CPU regarding MMU, caches, bus error handling
– Improve softfloat FPU emulation
– Improve blitter bus sharing in some rare cases
– Handle VBlank signal and mask the 2 last lines when bottom border is removed
– Fix DSP ROM tables (sin, mulaw & a-law)
– For DSP, Some waitstate cycles were not correctly counted when accessing DSP IO regs in CE mode
– Experimental support for the NCR5380 SCSI chip in Falcon and TT mode
– Very experimental support for the SCC chip of the Mega-STE, TT and Falcon
– Experimental support for TOS 2.07 (the « Sparrow » TOS)
– Correctly emulate bus error handling for STE lightpen registers
– « patch TOS timer-D » speedup option is now disabled by default (to improve default compatibility)
– Allow up to 512MB of TT-RAM (increased from 256 MB) and save/restore TT RAM content into memory snapshots
– Improve memory snapshot save/restore reliability
– Display more infos in the status bar (FPU, cycle exact mode)
– IDE byte-swap option added to config file & GUI
– AVI recording with PNG codec could be wrongly limited to 4GB with some OSes
– Many changes to the debugger
– Hatari Python UI migrated from PyGtk v2 to Gtk v3
– Misc



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