lxdream.org :: lxdream 0.9.1
lxdream 0.9.1
released Jun 29
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Release Notes

Lxdream 0.9.1 is mostly a performance release (core emulation is a good 33-50% faster, although rendering performance is still bad), with a few new features like VMU and LIRC support. As for 0.9, the majority of software can be expected to "just work" with minimal problems.

Nevertheless this should still be considered an alpha release, with many unimplemented features remaining. You're unlikely to see 'perfect' emulation, and we're nowhere near being bug-compatible (in other words, don't expect your code to work on the real hardware just because it runs correctly in lxdream).

Changes since 0.9

Known issues

The following are known problems in 0.9 that will be fixed in the next major release - in other words, you don't need to report them - we already know :)

System requirements

Linux: OS X: GCC, Make, etc.

The current version has only been tested under Linux and OS X, but it should be able to be built without too much trouble on any reasonably modern BSD as well. However non-x86 platforms are not supported at this point (there are known endianness issues).


From the base directory
~$ ./configure
~$ make
~$ make install            (optional)

Older History

Changes since 0.8.4

Changes since 0.8.3

Changes since 0.8.2

Changes since 0.8.1

Changes since 0.8

Changes since Milestone 3

Changes since Milestone 2

No really, that's it. The good stuff is coming next version, honest

Changes since Milestone 1

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