Saturday, March 8. 2008
Here is the final version of PSPThom the emulator of the
Thomson TO7 home computer !
For those who haven't seen previous versions, Thom is one of
the best emulator of the Thomson TO7 home computer running
on MacOS, Windows and Unix.
It has been initially written by Sylvain Huet in 1996
(see http://www.sylvain-huet.com), then Eric Botcazou
(see http://nostalgies.thomsonistes.org/) continued
this project and added many news features.
What's new in version 1.2.0 :
- Speed improvements
- Load and save state
- Display and save thumbnail images for each save state
- Add vsync option
- Add new render modes (such as fit height)
- Analog pad can now be used in the file requester
- Auto-fire mode, press RTrigger+X to switch it on/off
- Add several new hotkeys :
. settings such as fps, render mode, auto fire speed
can now be directly modified inside the emulator
(no need to enter in the settings menu)
. quick save / quick load current state
(no need to enter in the main menu)
- Default Hotkeys can now be set in the keyboard mapping menu
(useful to add hotkeys on existing/previous keyboard files)
- Bug fix in the low battery watchdog
- Can now be compiled under linux for linux (usefull for dev/debug)
How to use it ? Everything is in the README.txt file.
Sources are included, and this package is under the
GNU public license, read COPYING.txt file for more
information about it.
PS: If you're looking for games for this emulator, please have a look
on this french web site
If you want to discuss on this emulator, you can do it there :
zx81's forum on dcemu network or zx81's forum on qj.net
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Thanks for this classic
Great work Zx. On behalf of PSPBrew.com, thanks for the contribution to the PSP scene. I think I'll post a special front-page article on our page with links to all of your homebrew applications. Let me know if that is ok with you via email, and if you don't mind, I'd also like to give you an interview.-DarkPacMan77-
BYE zx81, a porting for gp2x of this emu is possible?