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RedSquirrel v0.6
Posted on: Oct 28, 2002 - 08:04 by Chaos

Diverse Systeme German
RedSquirrel, ein Emulator für StrongARM Computer
(StrongARM waren übrigens die ersten Risc Prozessoren)
hat ein Update bekommen. Neu in v0.6 ist der hinzugefügte
Support für weitere StrongARM Modelle (nicht schneller,
nur der Komplettheit wegen) sowie eine ganze Reihe von
Bugfixes und neuen Funktionen. Eine komplette Liste der
Neuerungen findet Ihr im erweitertem Text.

Significant changes since version 0.6.x:

Computer suspend is handled more gracefully
Added StrongArm models - no faster, just for completeness
Significant speedups in HostFS
Fixed app name on message boxes
Software video scaling - much faster for low end graphics cards.
Fixed prefetch abort bugs
Sound pitch on Vidc1 should be correct
# key works on older models (mapped to numeric #)
Window deactivation clears key/mouse down events
Power cycle menu option, for when Hard Reset just isn't enough
'Roms' which are not 2^x in size now load correctly
Added printers command to hostfs to list printers
Fixed floppy image loading
Fixed Clock month offset by 1
added hostopen and hostprint commands
Fixed preferences not loading from RedSquirrel.cfg
HostFS selects first mount at startup
Added RTC centisecond timer
Totally reorganised code to support plugins
HostFS is now a completely separate plugin
RISC OS/Windows cursor syncing, provided by 3rd party plugin

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