Mini-vMac ist ein Macintosh Plus, Macintosh SE, Macintosh 128 und Macintosh 512 Emulator. Eine neue Version ist erschienen.
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Mini-vMac is a Macintosh Plus, Macintosh SE, Macintosh 128 and Macintosh 512 emulator. A new version has been released.
There is now a Mini vMac 3.0.3 beta. Beta means no new features will be added before the official release, which will hopefully be soon. Many more features could be added, but it has been too long since the last official release.
There aren’t too many changes in the default compile since the last alpha. The main one being that by default, the Macintosh versions of Mini vMac will not claim ownership to disk image and ROM image files. So double clicking on disk images will not launch Mini vMac. This is because when you have lots of copies of Mini vMac around, all of which claim ownership of disk images, it is unpredictable what happens when you double click on one, making the feature useless. Instead there is a compile time option, -im 1, to make Mini vMac claim ownership as has been done previously. You can then make sure to have only one copy of Mini vMac compiled this way on your computer.
The Windows version also will now claim to own disk image and ROM image files when compiled with ´-im 1´. This feature had been removed from Mini vMac as of version 1.0, to avoid potential conflicts with other programs.
The Windows and Linux version will now attempt to do character set translation when importing and exporting the clipboard, and for the names of imported and exported files. The Windows version will now removed illegal characters from the default name for exported files (the Linux version already did this).
Most of what is new in Mini vMac 3.0.3 are compile time options, such as -bg, -speed, -no-asm, and -min-extn.
As previously mentioned, the optional sound in the the Linux version may now be more reliable.
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