[Rpcemu] RPCEmu 0.9.1
rpcemu.howkins at marutan.net
Wed Oct 24 10:07:28 PDT 2018
A new version of RPCEmu is available, 0.9.1
Changes in this release
- A screenshot can be saved of the current display, by choosing 'Take
Screenshot...' from the File menu.
- Entering full-screen mode displays a reminder of how to leave this
mode. The message can be hidden by ticking the checkbox.
- Choosing 'Reset' or 'Exit' from the File menu will request confirmation
before taking the action.
- The CD-ROM sub-menu has moved to the Disc menu.
- The EtherRPCEm driver module now works with RISC OS Select 3 or later
(4.39 - 6.20).
- Networking configuration now requires fewer steps to be performed in
RISC OS as a result of the following changes. The documentation has
been updated to reflect this.
- The driver module is now provided directly by the networking
podule. This means there is no need to install the driver in the Boot
- The driver module is now 26/32-bit neutral. This means that there is no
need to install an updated SharedCLibrary for the network driver. Note,
you may well still need this update for application compatibility.
- The driver module now auto-installs AutoSense file in Boot sequence.
- The Create-Dir, Rename and Save entry points now return an error if
part of the path is invalid, instead of saving the file to a wrong
- Keys can no longer get 'stuck' if held down when interacting with GUI
- Some potential crash scenarios when resetting/exiting have been fixed.
- Shift-F10 key-presses are now passed through to the emulated machine,
instead of invoking the Windows context menu handler.
- If you are using a keyboard layout with 'dead keys' (e.g.
US-International) these key presses are now passed through. Dead keys
are used to compose accented characters, and are not found on the UK
- The Windows executable has Data Execution Prevention (DEP) enabled.
All the keyboard fixes and the enabling of DEP are based on contributions by
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