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Acorn Arcade forums: General: RPCEmu 0.9.3
 
  RPCEmu 0.9.3
  flibble (20:06 7/5/2020)
  markee174 (09:09 8/5/2020)
 
Peter Howkins Message #124823, posted by flibble at 20:06, 7/5/2020
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A new version of RPCEmu is available, 0.9.3

http://www.marutan.net/rpcemu/

Changes in this build

- Easy-Start bundles
- Two ROM/Disc Image sets are now available to make setting up RPCEmu as simple as possible. both are configured with networking by default.
- RISC OS Direct, a version of the RISC OS 5 based distribution with many extras, ideal for running recent applications
- RISC OS 3.71, an older '26-bit' version of RISC OS, ideal for running 'classic' applications.
- Both are pre-setup with a large number of applications, tools, and both ship with !Store and PackMan package managers for installing more.

- ARM
- Correct several issues related to the MSR instruction
- Correct several instruction decoding issues
- Generate undefined instruction exceptions in the correct places of the instruction set
- Implement ARMv4 (StrongARM) Load store extensions
- Make ARMv4 extensions only available when configured as ARMv4

- Floppy Discs
- We now support loading of DOS and Atari 360KB (.img) disc images into the floppy drives.

- Other fixes
- Settings files and CMOS ram files are saved as changes are made to them, so these settings are retained even if the program is closed abnormally.


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Mark Stephens Message #124824, posted by markee174 at 09:09, 8/5/2020, in reply to message #124823
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Really nice to see the new bundles adding in RISC OS Direct.
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