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Post subject: ICU64 for Frodo Redpill v0.1.5  PostPosted: Sep 30, 2012 - 11:53 PM
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ICU64 ist ein sehr interessanter Monitor für Frodo der den Speicher des C64 in Realtime graphisch darstellen kann.


ICU64 is a very interesting monitor for the C64 emulator Frodo. It provides a realtime view of the C64 memory structure.

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ICU64 for Frodo Redpill v0.1.5 - Released
Eventually, after 3 years, a new version of ICU64 is ready for download. Several bugs and issues have fixed, additional functionality and features have added. Note however, that this version is not the one that I was working on the last years (i.e. v0.2). This is only an update of the initial release, where I have paste as much code as I could from v0.2 without corrupting the functionality. My goal is to make the raster view equally significant with the memory (matrix) view, so the development is being continued...

Report any bug/issue/request in the comments or via e-mail.

Good hack!


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