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In case you are a developer and want to spend some time on RPCEmu project, this is a non-exhaustive list of ideas to get you inspired:
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In case you are a developer and want to spend some time on RPCEmu project, feel free to get involved, all bug reports patches and suggestions are welcome. The best places to start are on the [http://www.example.com mailing list] and to check out the [http://www.marutan.net/rpcemuspoon/#developers developer information] and [http://home.marutan.net/hg/rpcemu sourcecode repository].
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*It would be a good thing to have Windows, Linux and Mac OS X ports unified.
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*Address its emulation limitations (like host drive and network access)
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*Test the dynamic recompiler
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*Emulate the Portable_ReadBMUVariable SWI to read the host's battery state and a write RISC OS program to display it (Virtual Acorn also uses this interface, so the program would work on both emulated platforms)
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There are currently two strands of networking: [http://www.riscos.info/pipermail/rpcemu/2007-November/000056.html one for Linux] and [http://www.riscos.info/pipermail/rpcemu/2007-November/000060.html another for Windows].
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==References==
==References==

Revision as of 11:25, 21 May 2010

Contents

RPCEmu - Open Source RiscPC Emulator

RPCEmu is currently maintained and distributed via the RPCEmu Spoon Edition website. Please check there for documentation, binary downloads and developer information.

Documentation

The following are largely deprecated, please be careful when mixing old documentation with newer releases

Developer help wanted

In case you are a developer and want to spend some time on RPCEmu project, feel free to get involved, all bug reports patches and suggestions are welcome. The best places to start are on the mailing list and to check out the developer information and sourcecode repository.

References

Emulation of RISC OS
Emulators:
RPCEmu, QEMU, Arcem, VirtualAcorn, RedSquirrel, Arculator
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