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- Tue 12 Feb, 2008 8:32 pm
- Forum: Programming Help
- Topic: [emulation] hardware emulation trouble?
- Replies: 21
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What are you emulating, 83, 83+, SEs? For the 83+: The link port can will work with a register that returns an inverted value of what was written. The key port can get away with 0xFF Status can read 0x3B. Port 3 just needs to be a register as bare minimum. As long as interrupts occur at a steady rat...
- Sat 02 Feb, 2008 7:13 pm
- Forum: Staff Side Projects & Featured Projects
- Topic: [Featured][Dev] PindurTI (Best Thread 2005)
- Replies: 1356
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Besides PTI emulates all hardware and hardware quirks that should be emulated. Not every little detail that exists. Theres a lot of quirks which have no benefit to developing. IÃ¢â‚¬â„¢d still try to emulate as many as possible, but I have no 83+ myself, which puts a limit to this kind of activity....
don't make a release date until you can keep it Those release dates aren't really made by the developers though. If its not delayed, theres a better chance that it was forced out the door rather than baked properly. Not that all games not delayed are crap or that games that are delayed significantl...
I don't see any insults against him, kv83 expressed himself coldly, but thats how he's always been. Just because Kevin reacted badly doesn't mean theres malice here. It's nice of you guys to try to defend him but everyone pretty much knew he was going to do this from the start.
No one makes you do anything. You're responsible for all your actions and their consequences. This is true for every single person, regardless of situation, except those who are not functionally competent.DJ Omnimaga wrote:It's people who make everything to make me overeact.
Also, it is not humanly possible to have this wide a variety of people all pissed off with you at the same time: [...] brandonw [...] Andy [...] JoelS, threefingeredguy, KermMartian, sjrberg (MissingIntellect) [...] NanoWar [...] Yeah, honestly I'm a little shocked Nano's on there, and for somethin...
Its a real shame how #tcpa has detriorated into nothing more than a trolling contest. The only people i can see keeping the calc side of things alive is maybe Brandon and Andy. Aside from Brandon and maybe a couple of others it's just not worth logging on to tcpa anymore. It rarely has any insightf...
It would be a little like saying "Because you just criticized me, I'm going to stop working on Zelda forever." But I wouldn't do that, that would be silly. Everybody gets criticism, it's something you have to learn to live with. Oi, actually you improve it a lot when you get criticisms. B...
- Fri 14 Dec, 2007 2:46 am
- Forum: Programming Help
- Topic: [ASM] Compare 16-bit registers?
- Replies: 27
- Views: 11083
What about doing it byte by byte? ld a,d cp b jp c,bcIsBigger jp nz,deIsBigger ld a,e cp c jp c,bcIsBigger jp nz,deIsBigger <they are equal here> Another way of doing it byte by byte: ld a, e sub c ld a, d sbc a, b Carry flag set if BC > DE. Zero flag set if BC == DE. Pretty sure that doesn't work....