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Yes, is possible to run JAVA bytecode on 8-bit home computers and develop some atari examples using standard class libraries. Here a demo running on Atari800 (The .XEX was tested on a real machine). This is a port to Atari from the B2FJ java virtual machine that allows to run bytecode on C64 (https://mzattera.github.io/b2fJ/) Demo Sources: https://github.com/eahumada/b2fJ/blob/master/dev/test/b2fJ/test/atari/ColorMusicPlayerTest.java Project on GitHub: https://github.com/eahumada/b2fJ/ Video: https://youtu.be/Zym4K55Vecc b2fjplay.xex
Hi folks, just recently I stumbled on a new version of the v9t9 emulator, this time written in java. There was a post on the yahoo group I can't remember. Anyway, this afternoon I played around with it a bit and it has some nice features. For one it offers a savestate. Basically you can pause the machine, save to disk and later resume the TI-99/4A. It does not seem to support the new bankswitching method, so I was not able to test Pitfall! Also had some trouble setting up disk support You need to copy the ROM and GROMS of the TI-99/4A but the emulator has a nice frontend for doing ROM setup. From the documentation: Here's the URL: http://eswartz.github.com/emul/
What version of Java does Magellan 3.3.1 (x64) require? I have Java 11 installed and I get some class not found exceptions on installation. I assume it's running on version 8 or so? But it would be nice if it ran on 11. Thanks for any info.