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Well hello my fellow Atarians. If you're like me you still use the old Atari (either real thing or emulated), but you also use a modern computer like a Windows PC, Linux PC, or Mac. In that case you probably have cause to use text files from one system on the other and visa versa. As some of you know, I developed a program for the A8 to do converting called AAC. You can get info on that over in it's own topic. This new topic is about a different program with the same name that does the same job, but runs natively on the new machines. It is written in Python so has the ability to be cross platform. So here is AAC v0.1, 32-bit Windows, for your testing pleasure. It works fine as expected in every case I have tested so far, but I like to get feedback from others too. Once any bugs (if any) are ironed out. It will get it's v1.0 release. If you need a Linux version to test let me know.
A photo of me in my Cammy (from Super Street Fighter II) costume playing Babylonian Twins on my Amiga 500 with a QuickShot Python joystick, my favourite non-arcade style joystick. Babylonian Twins has been updated and ported to iOS and Android devices now and is highly recommended if you have those systems.
Sorry for my poor english. Sound Device Emulator Emulator You can download source code from my blog. Q. Stella is good, why should i need to check yours? A. Stella is good but a bit too complicated. My emulator has at least 3 advantages(and a lot of weak points). 1. Only single file. 2. No need to compile. 3. Python is much easier to use and debug than C in most cases. Although my emulator is slow and buggy, it really works on some games. If you are interested in writing an emulator, maybe it's a little useful for you. Note that the success version 1 is more easy to read because it has classes, but not single file and has no sound.