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vendredi 4 novembre 2016

HATARI 2 !!!! le retour

Cette nouvelle version ajoute le support des Atari TT et Falcon. Tout ceci est encore expérimentale, il n’y a d’ailleurs pas d’émulation du DSP du Falcon. Plusieurs correctifs ont été ajoutés, le build pour Windows se compile mieux au passage.

Emulation:
– Machine:
– Support for MegaST & MegaSTE machines added
(this also replaces the Real Time Clock / RTC option, since this chip
is only available on the Mega machines)
– The general purpose registers of the TT SCU are now correctly emulated
(this fixes the problem with AHDI not finding any partitions during boot)
– HD:
– Fix: Disable GEMDOS opcodes after GEMDOS drive is disabled
– Fix: GEMDOS HD can now be initialized multiple times,
e.g. when running EmuTOS RAM image from a normal TOS
– Fix: WORD access to IDE data register at 0xf00002
– Fix: ‘*.*’ pattern with GEMDOS HD should match also files
without extension
– Video:
– Full rewrite of the GLUE state machine, including support for the
4 wakeup states in STF mode, as well as more accurate video timings
(hbl, timer b, top/bottom and left/right removal, mixing 50/60/71 Hz
lines)
– Correctly shows the last 8 pixels for STE 224 byte overscan
– Fix: reading video counter $FF8205/07/09 after modifying it
while display is ON
– Fix: location of the video counter’s restart when screen runs at 60 Hz
– TT: sync ST & TT color registers immediately on write, handle
palette bank setting correctly, fix duochrome colors
– Falcon: handle byte access special case for ST color registers
– Falcon: border color support also in HiColor
– better hbl/timer b interrupts when CPU runs at 16/32 MHz
– Sound:
– Special cases for STE DMA sound when start address = end address
– Increase STE DMA volume when compared to the YM2149 volume
– Greatly improve Falcon DMA sound
– CPU:
– use WinUAE CPU for STF/STE mode too, not just Falcon (old CPU core
is considered deprecated)
– improved IACK and simultaneous interrupts
– access IO regs on 2 cycle boundaries when possible
– More accurate 68060 mode (instructions from previous CPU versions
removed in 68060 aren’t accepted/emulated anymore)
– Misc bus error / IO mem register handling fixes for TT & Falcon
(e.g. add TT DIP switch register handler)
– Blitter:
– Better bus arbitration when blitter is started
– Don’t cause bus error when accessing regions causing CPU bus error
– Fixes to DSP addressing
– Floppy:
– Fix the value of the WPT bit when inserting/ejecting a write protected
floppy
 
Emulator:
– Generic fixes:
– Autosave to already existing file works first time after v1.4
(dialog for file overwrite got automatically canceled on exit)
– SDL GUI:
– MegaST/MegaSTe support
– Shortcuts can be configured in the keyboard dialog
– User can provide volume label when creating a floppy image
– Show dialog on HD image size issues
– Better SDL2 support:
– SDL2 is now enabled by default
– Resizable windows, including ST/STE screen scaling
– « –desktop » option is used also for ST/STe instead of « –desktop-st »
– Command line:
– Renamed –fpu-type option to –fpu
– Configuration:
– Hatari defaults to ST both with oldUAE & WinUAE CPU core
– Preferred private configuration directory is now ~/.config/hatari
on Linux/Unix (the legacy location ~/.hatari is still used if
the other one does not exist yet)
– Windows config location is now: AppData\Local\Hatari
– Support SDL key names in keymap files in addition to key codes
– Comment characters (#, 😉 can also be mapped in keymap file
– Added NatFeats SCSI (NF_SCSI) driver for Linux version of Hatari
– Debugger:
– Fix: close debugger log file only when explicitly requested,
not when continuing emulation from debugger
– Fix: direct DSP register, disasm and memdumps to debugger log
file, similarly to CPU
– Fix: direct CPU and DSP symbol traces to trace file, not stderr
– Fix: ‘:once’ option when there’s only one breakpoint (v1.9 regression)
– Fix: NatFeats NF_DEBUGGER command now actually drops to debugger
– ‘n’ (next) command run until (dbcc backwards branch) loop exits
(in addition to running until subroutine and exception calls return)
– Support Atari debugger XBios(11) / Dbmsg() API
– ‘variables’ / ‘v’ command to list Hatari debugger’s builtin symbols
– Also trace exception can be caught
– Removed features:
– Support for rendering to 8-bit host screens
– Support for (buggy) RsConf() interception with –bios-intercept
 
Other:
– Allow building without Zlib
– zip2st tool can convert directories to .st image files,
not just .zip files.
 
Fixed games:
– Chainz and Jewelz by Paradize (blitter, bus errors)
 
Fixed demos:
– spec512 image in the Intro of the Place To Be Again (video, restart counter)
– Menu screen in the Place To Be Again (video, writing/reading video
counter during active display)
– A Little Bit Insane by Lazer (no DMA sound during the demo)
– LoSTE and Closure by Sync (video, wakeup states and glue timings)
– Death of the left border by TNT (video, stabilizer)
– Gen4 Demo by Ziggy / Overlanders (video)
– Suretrip 49% by Checkpoint (cpu, exceptions stacking)
– Tymewarp by YM Rockerz (megaste mode, cpu control at $ff8e21)
– overscan plasma in Graphics Sound 2 in Relapse by Cybernetic (blitter)
– RGBeast by Agression (blitter)
– Drone by DHS, PhotoChrome Viewer by DML (video, last 8 pixels)


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