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    Default FrodoDS - c64 emulator .d64 working

    I'v gotten .d64 support working now in the c64 emulator, so now I can use snapshots created with the pc version of Frodo, as well as load .d64 disk images.



    .t64 tape support isnt currently working because I havent been able to find a portable fscanf function, and/or figure out how to convert the following code.

    Code:
    KOS_fscanf(the_file, "%d", &dir_blocks); 
    
    KOS_fscanf(the_file, "%d\015", &num_files); 
    
    KOS_fscanf(the_file, "\015%d\015%c\015%d\015", &num_blocks, &type_char, &last_block);
    Still have sound to fix, and couple issues with the onscreen keyboard. Next will be to figure out a menu for selecting options and .d64 images to mount etc.

    Troy(GPF)
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    Of all the emus out there, this is the system I'm waiting for.

    Your project is awesome.

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    Nice!

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    since i tested the earlier release troy has done amazing things with it, keep up the great work

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    It looks very promising. Very impressive work!

    C64 has always been my favourite computer. So much fond memories (Bruce Lee, Little Computer People, Fort Apocalypse, Spy vs Spy, Jet Set Willy, Forbidden Forrest, Wizardry, the list goes forever...).

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    Hi, Troy. Amazing job!

    Any chance of releasing the .nds or .ds.gba files or anything like that? I'd love to check it out.

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    it was released last night I entered it in the neoflash app division contest.
    http://www.neoflash.com/forum/index....ic,1918.0.html you can download it from there, i will get it up on my site soon with the source code also.

    Go there and say how wonderful the emulator is and vote for my project so I can win a flashcard --- or the (XBOX 360) .....

    Troy(GPF)

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    Great! Good luck!

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    Default sc cards dont work

    how about supercard, it sims doesnt work.
    emulator starts but any of d64 I put to RD directory not detected
    I have same text like in screenshot is "-2 files detected etc."
    maybe its the library from stellads which seems doesnt work too on supercard
    Is there any chance to correct it.
    MMM..C64.....that was the greatest 8bit I have ever had.

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    Had someone finally test it on supercard sd and discovered that it didnt work, then with the help of Sektor, he discovered that alot of the targets are disabled by default from the FAT lib that being one of them. I have enabled all of the targets and disabled write support since some of the targets don't have write support yet anyway.

    So if the previous version that I entered in the neoflash contest doesn't work for you , iv attached a new version to the post.
    http://www.neoflash.com/forum/index....ic,1918.0.html

    Please vote for my c64 emulator port entry while your are there

    Troy(GPF)

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