Release [Repo] UAE4ARM


TomB

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The Pyra will have a 1.5 GHz dual core CPU compared to a single core 1.0 GHz CPU in the Pandora. So there is more CPU power available and we will get more features from WinUAE in UAE4ARM. I don't know what exactly will be possible, so I can't promise anything. When I get my Pyra, I continue to work on UAE4ARM.
 

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The Pyra will have a 1.5 GHz dual core CPU compared to a single core 1.0 GHz CPU in the Pandora. So there is more CPU power available and we will get more features from WinUAE in UAE4ARM. I don't know what exactly will be possible, so I can't promise anything. When I get my Pyra, I continue to work on UAE4ARM.
Well, that is actually a stronger promise than I could have hoped for. Thanks!
 

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The Pyra will have a 1.5 GHz dual core CPU compared to a single core 1.0 GHz CPU in the Pandora. So there is more CPU power available and we will get more features from WinUAE in UAE4ARM. I don't know what exactly will be possible, so I can't promise anything. When I get my Pyra, I continue to work on UAE4ARM.
I find it hard to see the fascination of this device, for 600+ Euros ? The new GPD Win is half that price and is a full PC. A Raspberry Pi 3 is Quad Core and 1.2 GHz for £30 (and chances are there will be a Rapsberry Pi 4 in a few months with higher specs and roughly the same £30 price). Each to their own I suppose if you can afford to burn that much money on old specs. I hope you can get some sort of Cycle Accuracy in UAE4Arm on that.:)
 

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I find it hard to see the fascination of this device, for 600+ Euros ? The new GPD Win is half that price and is a full PC. A Raspberry Pi 3 is Quad Core and 1.2 GHz for £30 (and chances are there will be a Rapsberry Pi 4 in a few months with higher specs and roughly the same £30 price). Each to their own I suppose if you can afford to burn that much money on old specs. I hope you can get some sort of Cycle Accuracy in UAE4Arm on that.:)
Please take these sentiments to one of the many Pyra is overpriced and outdated threads.
 

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There is a new version of UAE4ARM in Repo.

The performance we lost by newer code from WinUAE was compensated by using GCC 7.2 with profiler. So the Pandora is still fast enough for this version.

Changes since last release (2016-09-24):
- Merged lot of changes from WinUAE 3.5.0
- Added panel "Quickstart"
- Fixed bug when first click in popup window was ignored
- Support for more compression formats: xz, fdi
- Support for disk write protect
- Support for HD write protect
- Support for Action Replay
- Support for A600/A1200/A4000 IDE controller
- Support for Superhires
- Support for A4000 motherboard/processorboard RAM
- Support for CD32 fmv module
- Better handling of cpu fastest possible (less frameskips and less audio hickups)
- Fixed loading new config (now using same method like WinUAE)
- Display message instead of crash in some situations
- More cleanup of threads/pipes/mutex
- Fixed possible segfault and bus error on two locations
- Now using gcc 7.2 with profiler
- Added help page for every panel in GUI (Help button or F1)

Changes since last beta (2017-09-06):
- Fixed frameskip (was broken in last two beta versions)
- Fixed Picasso framerate (Pandora switches now to 60 Hz like the Amiga side)
- Added help page for every panel in GUI (Help button or F1)
- Fixed bug when emualtor crashes or hangs after switching configs
 

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Great stuff TomB.. updating now :) thanks again for updating this great emu :)

There is a new version of UAE4ARM in Repo.

The performance we lost by newer code from WinUAE was compensated by using GCC 7.2 with profiler. So the Pandora is still fast enough for this version.

Changes since last release (2016-09-24):
- Merged lot of changes from WinUAE 3.5.0
- Added panel "Quickstart"
- Fixed bug when first click in popup window was ignored
- Support for more compression formats: xz, fdi
- Support for disk write protect
- Support for HD write protect
- Support for Action Replay
- Support for A600/A1200/A4000 IDE controller
- Support for Superhires
- Support for A4000 motherboard/processorboard RAM
- Support for CD32 fmv module
- Better handling of cpu fastest possible (less frameskips and less audio hickups)
- Fixed loading new config (now using same method like WinUAE)
- Display message instead of crash in some situations
- More cleanup of threads/pipes/mutex
- Fixed possible segfault and bus error on two locations
- Now using gcc 7.2 with profiler
- Added help page for every panel in GUI (Help button or F1)

Changes since last beta (2017-09-06):
- Fixed frameskip (was broken in last two beta versions)
- Fixed Picasso framerate (Pandora switches now to 60 Hz like the Amiga side)
- Added help page for every panel in GUI (Help button or F1)
- Fixed bug when emualtor crashes or hangs after switching configs
 

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There is a new version of UAE4ARM in Repo.

The performance we lost by newer code from WinUAE was compensated by using GCC 7.2 with profiler. So the Pandora is still fast enough for this version.

Changes since last release (2016-09-24):
- Merged lot of changes from WinUAE 3.5.0
- Added panel "Quickstart"
- Fixed bug when first click in popup window was ignored
- Support for more compression formats: xz, fdi
- Support for disk write protect
- Support for HD write protect
- Support for Action Replay
- Support for A600/A1200/A4000 IDE controller
- Support for Superhires
- Support for A4000 motherboard/processorboard RAM
- Support for CD32 fmv module
- Better handling of cpu fastest possible (less frameskips and less audio hickups)
- Fixed loading new config (now using same method like WinUAE)
- Display message instead of crash in some situations
- More cleanup of threads/pipes/mutex
- Fixed possible segfault and bus error on two locations
- Now using gcc 7.2 with profiler
- Added help page for every panel in GUI (Help button or F1)

Changes since last beta (2017-09-06):
- Fixed frameskip (was broken in last two beta versions)
- Fixed Picasso framerate (Pandora switches now to 60 Hz like the Amiga side)
- Added help page for every panel in GUI (Help button or F1)
- Fixed bug when emualtor crashes or hangs after switching configs
Thanks Tom as ever for all your continuing work!

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