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January 1st, 1970, 01:00
Itoledo (http://alumnos.utem.cl/dcemu/) the coder behind the work in progress Dreamcast Emulator for Windows called dcemu has today posted news that a CVS (http://sourceforge.net/projects/dcemu) has been opened and also this "A very talented guy made an integrated disassembler too - both are very slow, but in wowpack you can actually move the cursor" and some cool screenshots of his emu whch you can find Here (http://www.dcemu.co.uk/dcemuemu.shtml) [br][br]Thanks to Itoledo (http://www.dcemulation.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?t=49093) for the news.

[Modified 04/28/04 20:09:51 by DCEmu_Newsposter]

May 3rd, 2004, 00:01
Well, lets continue speaking about news. At MadriDC you can get the latest info available about the Iván Toledo dcemu.

Let's go: Firstly, the emu now can load ISOS, the procedure is listed in MadriDC site, last Ivan Toledo News. dcemu doesn't load commercial games, just homebrew.

More *than nothing, the textures cache has increased the performance in some scenes, whrere we're not doing twiddle every time to the texture.

Some Opcodes have been cleared, because were fulled with debug code to obtain more speed and limited support for transparencies.

Right now we're trying to implement *fog (niebla) and other things. The 'tunnel' demo right now is able to do all that's supported by the DreamCast, in that transparent rectangle shown in the page, should appear a text with the actual parameters of the image.

Also a problem with textures has been fixed, now for sure a lot of things will run correctly.

To load an ISO: You have to create a *"dc.iso" and put *into *dcemu directory, that file must have a *LBA 11700

To create this same use : mkisofs -C 0,11700 -l -o dc.iso "name of directory"

In that directory you must put the usual documents contained in the CD

To the *1st_read that usually comes in the CD you have to make *descramble and copy to the directory of the dcemu. With this the dcemu will be able to found everything

May 3rd, 2004, 00:25
thanks ron for the excellent news :)

May 3rd, 2004, 00:29
thanks ron for the excellent news :)
I posted that news yesteday , perhaps not in the right thread, anyway sorry by the mistake. Thx Wraggs

May 9th, 2004, 09:16
Ivan Toledo, today was able to run much more games with DCEmu, a new source code was released this morning. Games like EFECERO are playable and the video modes have been implemented, also the look and fell of the EMU. More Images and news at MadriDC

May 9th, 2004, 12:29
Cool, I was able to get it compiled easily with small changes to my directory locations. This is a very cool (and clean coded) emulator ;)