time, there's no time..

With just a few adjustments to the SDL code I got an output window, which also contained the status line and looked quite ok.

But nothing happened. The CPU emulation code was called and then .. nothing!?

In my old 2.8.1 version I added some assembler operations to get a better timing for the processor speed, as AROS seems not to be able to provide something like that.

And I enclosed the assembler part with

#if defined(i386) || defined(x86_64)

The actual build system seems to be missing those defines !? So after removing the ifdef's the cpu emulation can now determinate the speed of the processor and now:

This is the first screenshot of a running WinUAE 3.2.0 port on AROS :-)!


WinUAE 3.2.0

Well, Toni released Version 3.2.0, so I started merging it with my (now dated) port of 2.8.1.

WinUAE progresses really fast, it seems to be difficult to keep the pace, especially, as many parts are not ported completely and still need a lot of ifdefs, which I had to manually apply again..

WinUAE now contains a lot of new parts, Mame emulator parts, more qemu parts, dosbox parts.. all of them needed to be integrated in the port, too. And there still are the PearPC parts missing ;-). WinUAE is not only emulator, it contains a lot of emulators, too.

After some painful hours now at least the GUI comes up again:

As I now also try to get Picasso96 integrated, pressing "start" is not a good idea at the moment, if you don't like Guru messages ;-).