iDeaS 1.0.2.1 Final for Linux

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  1. Urza
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    iDeaS 1.0.2.1 Final for Linux
    Speed up, DLDI support, bug fixes
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    Lino has updated the Linux version of his DS emulator for PC, iDeaS. Notable changes in this version includes a noticable speedup, support for DLDI, and quite a few bug fixes. Full changelog and download below.

    [title:Changelog]* Fixed a bug in creation Accellerators Table.
    * Fixed a bug in Texture Coordinates Transformation.
    * Fixed a bug in Import Saves.
    * Fixed a bug in cycles S and N (Jump Super Star Demo).
    * Fixed a bug in Plugins management.
    * Add support for DLDI Plugins.
    * A lot of speed up, added Optimize CPUs PipeLine and Optimize Loops.



    Direct Sound PlugIn

    * Fixed a bug in Sycronize Routines.
    * Fixed a bug in GetCurrentPosition Routines.

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  2. Urza
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    Urza hi

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    Yes, I know its the Windows version in the screenshot. If someone using Linux wants to contribute their own, feel free to.

    EDIT: Thanks to unr for the great screenshot!
     
  3. unr

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  4. jono_

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    This mean there is a potential for a OS X port right?

    edit: skippin words
     
  5. Venko

    Venko GBAtemp Regular

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    Oh, brilliant. I'll take a look at this right away.

    Hopefully this will make the experiments I want to do with PAlib a lot easier (so that I don't have to copy things over to my R4 every time) [​IMG]

    [Edit] Ack... I'm finding this difficult to use and the website has no *nix documentation that I can find.
     
  6. noONE

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    DLDI support?
    does this mean that the emulator/homebrews can access the complete harddrive(s)?
     
  7. TLSpartan

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    Just what I need. Thanks for the tip Urza
     
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