Did the DeSmuME Version 0.9.9 Release Today for Mac?

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by Seratonin, Jul 25, 2012.

  1. Seratonin
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    I'm planning on upgrading to Mountain Lion and I heard that the DeSmuME team said they are working on the compatibility issues a couple months back. I also saw an old thread about this version being released today but as far as I know it's only on Windows.
     
  2. BrianXP7

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    *Searches on Google.* Nope, not even 0.9.9 for Windows. I recently just downloaded the 0.9.8 source so I can use it on Linux but there's no traces of 0.9.9.
     
  3. avenir

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    Seems not, as BrianXP7 says.
    You need to

    Code:
    svn co https://desmume.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/desmume/
    
    (Of course you need to compile source code on your own)
     
  4. AsPika2219

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    Version 0.9.9 is not out yet! Still on beta testing including JIT version for both Windows and Mac version.
     
  5. BrianXP7

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    Someone should really edit the DeSmuME wiki. The FAQ page makes you feel like getting flamed on the forums.
     
  6. MadNinjaP7

    MadNinjaP7 Newbie

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    I had a Desmume version that had the JIT CPU MODE, but since I downloaded the WinDSpro it disapeared so yeah, i have no idea wich version was it and if it is any better than the one at Gbatemp download section (im using it now).

    So... is the JIT already implemented or it just disapeared? I want the option again. :blink:

    EDIT: ok... i found it xD, but wich one is the best?

    DeSmuME 0.9.9 svn4295 x86

    vs

    DeSmuME 0.9.9 svn4283 (JIT) x86

    EDIT2: The first option runs better, maybe because its more recent, i feel dumb now. xDD