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Post subject: CLK Clock Signal 2019-09-22  PostPosted: Sep 23, 2019 - 09:56 AM
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CLK (Clock Signal) ist ein quelloffener 8-bit Computer und Konsolen Emulator für Linux und MacOS von Tom Harte.


CLK (Clock Signal) is an open-source 8-bit computer and console emulator available for Linux and MacOS written by Tom Harte.

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  • adds emulation of a 4mb Macintosh Plus, with its SCSI interface and corresponding support for hard disk images;
  • adds optional fast-boot support for the Macintoshes, in which the emulator forces their boot-up memory test to be skipped;
  • I've switched to a different model of Macintosh RAM timing: I now believe that for the models I emulate the proper behaviour is alternating four-cycle access and non-access windows while pixels are being output, and offering full bandwidth RAM access the rest of the time; and
  • on a Mac host, ensures better routing of the command key into the emulator — it now won't trigger normal app-level host shortcuts while the mouse is captured. So e.g. command+q will be signalled to the emulated Macintosh, causing the application it is running to exit, rather than causing the emulator to exit.
 


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