The version v0.38.1 of Xcpc has been released ! What’s new ? It’s been a long time since the last release. Well, in fact not so long, just some hours ! This version contains a patch for the Gtk3 frontend to force the use of the X11 backend when running on the Wayland compositor. So now Xcpc should run with Gtk3 under Wayland by using the XWayland protocol layer. Thanks to Alexandre Derumier for the bug report.
The version v0.38.0 of Xcpc has been released ! What’s new ? It’s been a long time since the last release. This version is mainly a maintenance release. It contains some bug fixes, improvements and a huge cleanup and refactoring has been done. A full continuous integration is now configured and running on a private instance of a gitlab-ce platform. It automatically builds the new versions and binary Debian packages for the amd64 and arm64 architectures.
The version v0.37.0 of Xcpc has been released ! What’s new ? This version includes the new Z80 emulation engine. The Z80 cpu emulator has completely been rewritten and contains no external code anymore. This new Z80 kernel supports all documented and undocumented instructions and flags. It passes all (but one really minor) tests of the well-known and famous « Z80 instruction exerciser » (Zexdoc and Zexall). Some micro-bugs may be present but a lot of tests have been done.
The version v0.36.0 of Xcpc has been released ! What’s new ? This version now provides a new user interface based on Gtk+-3.x. Some minor bugs have been fixed. Xcpc now provides four types of user interfaces: Gtk+-3.x Motif-2.x Athena Intrinsic By default, the toolkit is automatically detected and selected in the order above. If you need, you can also specify the user interface with the --with-x11-toolkit option when running the configure script (gtk3, motif2, athena, intrinsic).
The version v0.35.0 of Xcpc has been released ! What’s new ? This version now provides a new very simple user interface based on Xt Intrincs in case of Athena or Motif2 toolkits are not available or if you just want the simplest user interface, basically a simple window. Joystick support has been added under Linux and up to two physical joysticks can be used. You can now really play to old games in good conditions.