Atari 800 Emulator
by David Firth
"This is the version 0.9.6 of my Atari 800, 800XL, 130XE and 5200 emulatorfor Unix, Amiga, MS-DOS and Falcon. My main objective is to create a freelydistributable portable emulator (i.e. with source code available). It canbe configured to run in the following ways:
"The CURSES mode is similar to the basic mode, but it also enables fullscreen editing capability. Some computer don't seem to support cursesfully - SunOS 4.1.3, VAX/VMS, LINUX (but ncurses is OK).
"The SVGALIB version runs at a reasonable speed. The screen dimensionsare limited to 320x200 and is unable to display the overscan modes.Instead SVGALIB displays the core 320x200 pixels. The area which isdisplayed can be modified using the F11 and F12 keys.
"The X-Windows version supports graphics and has an optional XVIEWuser interface. The Linux X Window version can be built withjoystick support (If joystick module is installed in the kernel).
"The Amiga version supports graphics but currently lacks Paddle support.
"The MS-DOS version supports 320x200, 320x240 and even 320x480 interlacedgraphics, sound (SoundBlaster compatible sound cards, 8bit, 22 kHz),keyboard, one joystick connected to game port and up to three additionaldigital joysticks connected to parallel (printer) ports.
"The Atari Falcon030/040 version supports 320x240, 352x240 and also full384x240 graphics, NOVA graphics, sound (DMA 12.5 kHz) and up to twojoysticks (old CX-40, Atari800 compatible - not the new paddle-like ones).
"From version 0.7.0 all versions supporting bitmapped graphics havea User Interface implemented on the emulators "screen". The UserInterface is enter by pressing F1 at any time. ESC is used to returnto the previous screen."
Atari800 for Unix [Homepage]
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