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This is a port of the VICE emulator package to the following AmigaOS flavors: - AmigaOS4 Using the AHI sound system, the P96 graphics system, the AmigaInput input system and the MUI GUI system. - Classic AmigaOS Using the AHI sound system, the CGX or P96 graphics system, the LowLevel input system and the MUI GUI system. - MorphOS Using the AHI or SDL sound system, the CGX graphics system, the LowLevel input system and the MUI GUI system. - AROS Using the AHI or SDL sound system, the CGX graphics system, the LowLevel input system and the MUI GUI system. These ports are still missing some dialogs and missing some features, however, we are working on implementing them. Building the binaries using a cross-compiler : - AmigaOS3: configure with --host=m68k-amigaos - AmigaOS4: configure with --host=ppc-amigaos - MorphOS: configure with --host=ppc-morphos - Intel AROS: configure with --host=i686-aros --without-resid - PPC AROS: configure with --host=ppc-linux-aros --without-resid After the configure script is done: make make bindist After this a binary distribution directory will have been generated, and you can use this to transfer to the real machine and use it. If you want to generate a distribution archive instead of the directory you can use make bindistzip instead of make bindist. Any comments or questions related to the Amiga ports can be sent to the VICE mailing-list at vice-devel()firenze.linux.it The ports are done by Mathias "AmiDog" Roslund and Marco van den Heuvel. VICE 1.22 Aug 2007 _______________ | || || | || ||____________________________ | || || || || || | || || || | || ______|| | || || || |----|| || | || || || | || ------|| | ||____||_________||__________|| // ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ // ________// Versatile Commodore 8-bit Emulator ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- This is version 1.20 of VICE, the multi-platform C64, C128, VIC20, PET, PLUS4 and CBM-II emulator. This version can be compiled for MSDOS, Win32, RiscOS, OS/2, BeOS, QNX 6.x, AmigaOS, GP2X and for most Unix systems provided with the X Window System version 11, R5 or later. The following programs are included: - x64, a C64 emulator; - x128, a C128 emulator; - xvic, a VIC20 emulator; - xpet, a PET emulator; - xplus4, a PLUS4 emulator; - xcbm2, a CBM-II emulator; - c1541, a stand-alone disk image maintenance utility; - petcat, a CBM BASIC de-tokenizer; - cartconv, a C64/C128 cartridge conversion program. Moreover, the following documents are provided in both source and binary distributions: - README, this file; - COPYING, the GNU General Public License under which VICE is distributed -- *please read it before using the program*; - INSTALL, installation instructions; - doc/html/plain/NEWS, list of user-visible changes between this and older versions of VICE; - doc/html/plain/BUGS, a list of the most important known bugs of this release (please read it before reporting bugs); - doc/html/plain/TODO, a list of what we would like to do next (this is no promise!); - FEEDBACK, something you should read before sending mail to any of the authors; The following documents are provided in the source distribution: - doc/vice.texi, the complete documentation; - doc/html/plain/64doc.txt, documentation about the C64 internals; - doc/html/plain/PETdoc.txt, documentation about the PET internals; - doc/html/plain/cbm_basic_tokens.txt, a list of the CBM BASIC tokens, as supported by the petcat utility; - doc/html/plain/serial.txt, description of the IEC serial bus used on the C64, VIC20 and C128; - doc/html/plain/drive_info.txt, information about the CBM disk drives; - doc/Readme.dos, MS-DOS specific documentation; - doc/Readme.beos, BeOS specific documentation; - doc/Win32-Howto.txt, how to compile the Win32 port. - doc/NLS-Howto.txt, some documentation about Unix NLS support; - doc/MSDOS-Howto.txt, how to compile the MSDOS port. - doc/MSDOS-Ethernet-Howto.txt, how to compile the MSDOS port with ethernet support. - doc/iec-bus.txt, overview of the VICE IEC bus emulation; For the latest news, have a look at the VICE home page: http://www.viceteam.org/ New versions are made available quite often, so please stay tuned. Have fun! Copyright notice ---------------- VICE, the Versatile Commodore Emulator Copyright C 1998-2007 Andreas Boose Copyright C 1998-2007 Dag Lem Copyright C 1998-2007 Tibor Biczo Copyright C 1999-2007 Andreas Dehmel Copyright C 1999-2007 Andreas Matthies Copyright C 1999-2007 Martin Pottendorfer Copyright C 2000-2007 Spiro Trikaliotis Copyright C 2005-2007 Marco van den Heuvel Copyright C 2003-2005 David Hansel Copyright C 2000-2004 Markus Brenner Copyright C 1999-2004 Thomas Bretz Copyright C 1997-2001 Daniel Sladic Copyright C 1996-1999 Ettore Perazzoli Copyright C 1996-1999 AndrÃ© Fachat Copyright C 1993-1994, 1997-1999 Teemu Rantanen Copyright C 1993-1996 Jouko Valta Copyright C 1993-1994 Jarkko Sonninen This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details. You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA The ROM files in the `C128', `C64', `CBM-II', `DRIVES', `PET', `PLUS4' `PRINTER' and `VIC20' directories are Copyright C by Commodore Business Machines.
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