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Post by tr1p1ea »

Its been a great run and is still one of the best emulators there is. A tool that has made programming so much easier and no doubt the release of many projects, ASM & BASIC possible.

Thankyou for PindurTI CoBB!
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agreed, it was much better than VTI by far!
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Is there anything we can do to change your mind about quiting (money, women, threats, etc.)?
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Post by CoBB »

Liazon wrote:agreed, it was much better than VTI by far!
Fortunately there are better options to compare it to. :)
JoostinOnline wrote:Is there anything we can do to change your mind about quiting (money, women, threats, etc.)?
Oh, I’d love to keep the project alive, but I’m lacking the resources to do so. Time, that is. As you can see, I haven’t even touched it during the last year...
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Post by Spencer »

Without the research done for PindurTI, we wouldn't have been able to make Wabbitemu.

We've also carried over many of Cobb's features, like integrated gif capture, drag-and-drop sending, and pixel textures. Even the default key layout.

Hats off to Cobb.
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Spencer wrote:Without the research done for PindurTI, we wouldn't have been able to make Wabbitemu.

We've also carried over many of Cobb's features, like integrated gif capture, drag-and-drop sending, and pixel textures. Even the default key layout.

Hats off to Cobb.
Yeah, even though it is obviously not your fault, I am going to go ahead and blame you :P . Blaming someone else makes it easier, so I want to thank you for helping me get through this difficult time :wink:.
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Spencer wrote:Without the research done for PindurTI, we wouldn't have been able to make Wabbitemu.
I think the same. Before PTI, there were no real alternatives to VTI, as TilEm was little more than a GTK port of it that didn’t really improve emulation. PTI ended up as a dead end mainly because we knew too little about the hardware while the core was coded, but it was good for stirring up interest. I hope Wabbit will be able to adapt to new models much better.
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