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Wanted to let you know I released a video yesterday on how to add additional emulators to the RG350. One of them was the TI-99 and thought others may be interested (it's been awhile since I've posted here). I wasn't able to get the sound working on the TI and hoping to get a USB keyboard working as well. If you have any suggestions, recommendations or information I need to add to the web page, just let me know. More Details/Steps here: http://wagnerstechtalk.com/rg350tips TI-99(Sim) Details here: http://wagnerstechtalk.com/rg350tips/#TI-99
Thank you to everyone who's been watching the Wagner's TechTalk TI-99/4a Video Series. In this final installment, we'll discover how to replace the TI monitor with a VGA or HDMI monitor. We'll also take a quick look at the TI99Sim running on the Raspberry Pi. Finally, we'll see just how to consolidate a large collection of TI solid state cartridges into the FlashROM99. I hope you have enjoyed this series and that it has been helpful or at least fun to watch. It certainly has been fun to create and catch up on new ways of using this fantastic little machine. I'll keep an eye on the views of these videos and if it seems folks want more, we'll see about making that happen. So like/share/comment, if you wish. https://youtu.be/-0bffE-61qo Referenced Videos: RetroPie Bartop Base build: RetroPie Arcade Restore:
I thought I'd start a thread for updates to my emulator. I don't make updates often, so hopefully this will help people waiting for updates find them more easily. Version 0.13.0 was just released: Fix for bitmap display mode (now supports table masks for the pattern and color tables) Fixed a display glitch when the foreground and background colors are both set to transparent. Rewrote the disk parsing code and added read-only support for HxC floppy emulator images. Fixed files system code that handles disks with allocation units (AUs) greater than 1 sector. Increased the number of banks supported by the bank-swap logic to 256. Update the convert-ctg utility to make it easy to create a cartridge using normal or inverted ordering for bank swapping. Added a new flag to the disk utility to simply list files found without any other output (useful for scripting when piped into another command on POSIX systems) There are binaries for Linux (32 and 64-bit versions) and Raspberry Pi on the website. I recently upgraded to the latest version of Visual Studio (finally supports all the c++11 features I've been playing around with) and should be able to compile on Windows again, so there should be a Windows version uploaded soon. As usual, it's available at: http://www.mrousseau.org/programs/ti99sim