[Rpcemu] New 0.9.3 Mac binary release

Tim Powys-Lybbe tim at powys.org
Wed May 27 04:16:45 PDT 2020


Hi,

I’ve at last completed all my Mac machine upgrades to this version.  No problems at all (apart from finger trouble right here).  It works on machines as far back as 2010, but not on one from 2008 due to the stipulated MacOS level not being available for the 2008 machine.

I’ve even tried the 2.27 RISC OS as it was declared stable for the 2.28 release.  Again all works well.

Many thanks indeed for piling out this update, it gives RISC OS a whole different dimension to know that RPCemu is not only being updated but also built for the latest Macs and does the internet.  I can now take RISC OS with me wherever I go!

And the NAT-based networking just works, no fuss, no bother, brilliant.

Tim

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Tim Powys-Lybbe                                                           tim at powys.org
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> On 8 May 2020, at 2:51 pm, Timothy Coltman <lists at maemagel.com> wrote:
> 
> Hello all
> 
> Following yesterday's release of 0.9.3, I have built a Mac binary, which is now available for download from its new home:
> 
> https://github.com/Septercius/rpcemu-dev/releases
> 
> The 0.9.3a release includes all the patches from the previous version, and fixes two issues:
> 
> * The missing "hostfs" folder is now included in the "Data" directory inside the DMGs.
> * The key you can hold down at startup to bring up the dialogue that prompts you to choose where the emulator data (ROMs, CMOS, hard drive images, etc) resides has been changed from CTRL to SHIFT.  This is to make it easier to trigger the dialogue as the application starts (the Mac interprets CTRL+click as a right click).
> 
> As ever, bugs/comments/suggestions are welcome.
> 
> Tim
> 
> 
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