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I'd gladly give it a go if you want.l At some point I started rewriting the benchmark and never completed that, but I've found a an old copy (from 2011!): http://www.terdina.net/ql/soft/benchmark.zip At QL speed, it should run for 20+ minutes (dots in channel #0 show progress), then spit cryptic nu...
This is not true anymore, somebody implemented an open source scaler so there are no more commercial IP blocks. But you need the I/O board for the SD-card slot (or maybe a smaller SD-card only board if that exists). Good to know! I've implemented the DRAM simulation the way Nasta described it here ...
Good job! I was thinking about the same these days... glad I don't have to even be tempted since it's already done! :) I'll probably end up getting a Mister some day to play with it and learn some FPGA rudiments, but every time I'm ready to buy I'm turned off by the price of the pre-built IO boards ...
- Mon Oct 28, 2019 6:20 am
- Forum: QL Emulation
- Topic: Q-emulator for Mac with macOS Catalina
- Replies: 8
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Having received a number of requests for a 64 bit version, I might reconsider. I decided to buy a new (used) Mac for the port and have been working on it for three weeks now. It's only partially working so far, so no promises. The issue remains that I don't currently use a Mac other than for develop...
- Sat Aug 17, 2019 6:52 am
- Forum: General QL Chat
- Topic: A question about my game, boxed version or just for free?
- Replies: 15
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Depends on your goals. If you want to maximize the number of people who try and play your game, a free download here and on Dilwyn's QL software page sounds like the way to go.