Zum 10-Jährigen Jubiläum ist die Version 1.0 von dem Commodore C16-Plus/4 Emulators YAPE (Yet Another Plus/4 Emulator) erschienen.
A new version of the Commodore C16-Plus/4 emulator YAPE (Yet Another Plus/4 Emulator) has been released.
Yape 10 years old today
Exactly 10 years has passed since the first public alpha (or rather: WIP) of Yape
saw the light of day. It is just as unbelievable as it can get... sheesh. It started off as an attempt at a more intelligent disassembler when I realized how much fun it really is to learn the hardware AND C++ programming at the same time while dealing with my all time favourite hobby. I thought this anniversary would be also a nice opportunity to abandon the rather clumsy versioning I have been following in the past. Anyway I have not got much time to make a long rant here, so you will be spared
The main changes in the aptly named - 10 years old - 1.0 compared to 0.86 are as follows:
32-bit and automatic bitdepth option in fullscreen mode (8 bit full screen mode might be slow under newer Windoze´s)
copy & paste to/from the clipboard now respects upper/lower case mode
partially implemented 48 bps mode of the T6721A speech LSI
G64 image support is no longer read only (yay, at last)
reading from open address space
plenty of bugfixes (drive, TED, autostart, monitor etc.)
Of course 1.0 not to mean Yape
is ready and will be abandoned. A piece of software never really is. Head on over to the downloads section while it´s still warm.
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