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Offline x303

Hatari A68k available
« on: March 28, 2009, 05:26:23 AM »
Just recently Michel 'DMX' Bagmeijer compiled an a68k version of the atari st and ste emulator 'Hatari'.

2009-01-24  Thomas Huth

        * doc/release-notes.txt:
        Updated release-notes for version 1.2.0
        [cb68d9e26e92]

        * src/gui-sdl/dlgAbout.c:
        Adjusted About-dialog title (version number is longer nowadays)
        [a160c28cffca]

        * doc/authors.txt:
        Added Tobe to authors.txt
        [97109e1d79f6]

        * doc/local-hatari-midi-ring.sh, tools/hatari-local-midi-ring.sh:
        Moved MIDI ring shell script to tools folder
        [ec5ff5914128]

        * src/dialog.c, src/gui-sdl/dlgMain.c, src/gui-sdl/dlgMemory.c,
        src/includes/dialog.h:
        Fixed inappropriate "Emulator must be reset..." dialogs when loading
        memory snapshots. The dialogs occured when loading a memory snapshot
        with a different machine type than the previous one. To avoid these,
        the emulator must not do the normal configuration post-processing
        when loading a memory snapshot.
        [89be70b9fdff]

        * doc/todo.txt:
        Updated TODO list.
        [f595f5da4b71]

        * src/audio.c, src/bios.c, src/blitter.c, src/cart.c, src/cartData.c,
        src/cfgopts.c, src/configuration.c, src/control.c,
        src/createBlankImage.c, src/cycles.c, src/debugui.c, src/dialog.c,
        src/dim.c, src/dmaSnd.c, src/fdc.c, src/file.c, src/gemdos.c,
        src/hdc.c, src/ikbd.c, src/int.c, src/ioMem.c, src/ioMemTabFalcon.c,
        src/ioMemTabST.c, src/ioMemTabSTE.c, src/ioMemTabTT.c, src/joy.c,
        src/keymap.c, src/log.c, src/m68000.c, src/memorySnapShot.c,
        src/mfp.c, src/msa.c, src/options.c, src/paths.c, src/printer.c, src
        /uae-cpu/hatari-glue.c:
        Replaced the obsolete RCSIDs with new file-ID strings
        [4f62ef3707c1]

        * Info-Hatari.plist, src/gui-osx/English.lproj/InfoPlist.strings:
        Increased version number in the Mac OS X files to 1.2.0, too

        * configure.ac, doc/doxygen/Doxyfile, hatari.spec, readme.txt,
        src/includes/main.h, src/memorySnapShot.c:
        Increased version number to 1.2.0
        [ab6a74b1f638]

        * src/falcon/dsp_cpu.c:
        dsp56k: Fix decoding for NORM instruction (thanks to Matthias
        Alles).
        [63d282ebc118]
        [63d282ebc118

You can download it here

 

Offline Xanxi

Re: Hatari A68k available
« Reply #1 on: December 13, 2010, 06:07:58 PM »
This news does not seem t have interested anyone.

I am trying this but do not know the amiga requirements for it.
Is RTG necessary?

I can't launch it on A1200 AGA (SnoopDOS shows it looks for ixnet.library and cybergraphics.library). I have installed ixnet.library but still looks for cyberraphics.library.
10 Classic Amiga Computers so far: I have too many computers!!
 

Offline fishy_fiz

Re: Hatari A68k available
« Reply #2 on: December 14, 2010, 04:28:11 AM »
Hatari uses SDL, so an rtg system is necessary. I myself ported it to 68k in 2006, so Im pretty familiar with it  :)
While a pretty decent emulator it is quite slow vs. other options, but it has its own advantages against other ST emulators too. It's essentially something akin to UAE for atari st in that it emulates multiple cpus, gfx cards, harddrives, etc, etc.

Unfortunately even on '060 + rtg you'll need to disable sound and set a frameskip of 2 or 3 to have it even partially usable. It really is only useful for x86 uae (ie. systems who support jit emulation) and amithlon users unfortunately.

If you want to try an atari st emulator on the amiga I strongly recommend stonx (which I beleive is called stonamiga for the amiga port) as it is sooooo much faster (by a factor of 5-10x at a rough guess).
Near as I can tell this is where I write something under the guise of being innocuous, but really its a pot shot at another persons/peoples choice of Amiga based systems. Unfortunately only I cant see how transparent and petty it makes me look.