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Hi, Just wanted to share my debugger integration in Virtual Jaguar. Screenshot shows an example about how it looks like. Nothing can replace the real hardware but I wanted to give a try and modify the emulator. I have added the support of ELF/DWARF format because my toolchain is based on it, and such format can operate at source code level. If someone knows about QT and OpenGL integration, it can be helpful to me. Because, if I build the emulator under msys2 environement, I have a correct video output but if I build it with Visual Studio 2015, the output video remains black/empty.
Just starting out on Jaguar emulation -- I'm trying to run "Gorf 2000" on Virtual Jaguar v2.1.2 (Windows 10). The emulator works (it runs the "Downfall" .j64 cart that comes with it). However, Gorf 2000 is a .jag file. Should that appear as an option in the "Insert Cartridge..." window? It only does if I force it to with "General->Show all files in file chooser", but it won't launch. How do I run it?
Hi, I wanted to share a new version of my Virtual Jaguar modifications to include a debugger. Except the screenshot feature, the new features are programming oriented. https://github.com/djipi/Virtual-Jaguar-Rx/releases I do changes and add features for my needs/requirements so it may be not relevant to you at all. The "Allow writes to cartridge ROM" option on and off has been fixed.
Thanks to Shamus et al. I was not sure where to send this, so I will post it here. Attached is a patch against the current git version. Tested only on Linux/x86-64/Qt4. virtualjaguar-savestates.diff.txt There is a new 'Tools' menu, with Dump/Load and the option to choose from 10 save slots per game. Notes: Sometimes the audio will be screwed up after loading the save state. Try loading the state several times, by holding down the load button/key for a second or two. The escape key toggles full screen mode. (It was F9 ...) F5/F8 are mapped to Dump/Load. Fixed sample buffer overrun in DSPSampleCallback. Should compile with either Qt4 or Qt5. Stopped randomizing RAM contents on startup, in order to better compress the state file.