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    Friday, March 24, 2017
Daily github emulator round up

The first in a regular daily update to everything happening so far with your favorite emulators in github.

Cxbx:


Small amendment to MemoryManager
Merge pull request #263 from hrydgard/build-speed-improvement
Avoid including version.h everywhere. Use multiprocessor build.


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RPCS3:


PPU analyser fix
AutoLLE: libhttp.sprx added
fs:: handle negative seek
LLVM: fix for mingw
Multithreaded compile on Windows for llvm, glsl, vulkan
rsx: Validate the args ptr separate from the get ptr


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PCSX2:


lilypad: Use l length modifier for wide character string
w is Windows specific. Fixes a gcc and clang warning.
gsdx:windows: Fix console output when replaying dumps


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PPSSPP


Compat.ini: Add Daxter to the list of games that require buffered rendering
Fix old bug breaking "non-fast" memory on ARM64. May help #9477, also see #9488
Run git-version-gen.cmd for pure UWP builds as well.
Merge: a787010 4a2677e Merge pull request #9489 from LunaMoo/IntellisenseFix Revert unintentional change from #9424 to fix intellisense.
Heh, oops
Revert unintentional change from: 429bf5d8b31092fb7211b94517e590cbd51e1cdb
Create a way to externally set versioncode and versionname. Will be useful for Google Play beta builds.
UWP: Remove tests configuration. Start experimenting with CI.
Merge: 5e2d5fd 656645f Merge pull request #9479 from hrydgard/uwp-initial-support UWP initial support


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    Wednesday, March 22, 2017
GameEnd (Gaming & Emulation Frontend) Progress Update

Hey there Gaming & Emulation enthusiasts!

As you may have seen previously, I've been working on a Gaming & Emulation Frontend called "GameEnd". GameEnd is a Gaming & Emulation front-end that works with any Emulator and also supports your Windows & Steam Games.

I've been churning away at it since then (programming), along with getting extremely valuable Graphical & Video work done from the amazing NyNy77. We've been making substantial progress lately and decided it was time to share an update. We are constantly nearing closer and closer to that elusive public beta that I previously spoke of.

Checkout the latest preview video below:

https://youtu.be/zczlidU0Kxk

Update on features that were not implemented at the time of my first post:

- Couch interface: Platform Wheels. Status: done.

- Metadata scraper: Automatically retrieve images, game details etc. Status: done. I want to add more scraping sources before the public beta, to offer wider coverage.

- Asynchronous Metadata retrieval: Download metadata whilst continuing to use GameEnd at the same time. You're not blocked until the metadata is downloaded. Status: Done.

- Game Editor: Edit your games details and settings. Status: done.

- Fast performance. Status: Has seen several optimizations done since the initial post. It is currently performing well, even on the most modest of hardware, based on the limited testing pool we have tested on so far. Several sections of code have also been re-written to offer better performance.

- Couch Mode Startup Videos: A video that plays upon starting Couch Mode. Status: Done.

- Folder restructuring: A unified folder structure is now used across the program. Makes finding and keeping your data organized a breeze.

- Theme support: Images and positional theming. Status: Partial. Support has been added for basic theming, we just are working on finalising the theme structure before finishing off the data hookup. The idea is that theming should be accessible to everyone. You dont't have to learn a language (XAML, XML, CSS, etc) to be able to create a theme. Themes will be written in JSON, which is accessible to everyone, regardless of experience.

- Improvements to the Standard View: I decided to remove the ugly box that shows behind a game when the mouse is over it, as it's clear what game you are on due to the mouse cursor anyway. I added a nice fade in/out animation instead, and I think it adds to the clean presentation of the UI. You can see this in the preview video linked at the top of this post.

- Tons of other bug fixes, improvements and error handling/warnings. The idea is that GameEnd doesn't leave you in the dark. If you're trying to do something and something is preventing it from working, GameEnd will let you know, in laymans terms, what is wrong.


As before, here are some new Q/A's.

So, when can I test this elusive beta?

Soon! I've had some problems with my chronic pain condition that have made progress sporadic. Hard to give estimates due to the nature of my illness. I'm hoping I can get this into the masses hands in a few weeks.

However, I am going to run a limited testing group for the pre-public beta, for any members registered on the Forums*or*Slack channel.

This isn't a ploy to get you to sign-up, it will just be easier on me (support and stress wise) to fix bugs and help people initially when there is a smaller pool of people to work with. It also allows me to catch any major bugs before the masses start using it.

If you don't want to sign up, that's fine. You'll still get the beta, just when it's ready for wider public consumption.

I also don't want to release this too early (to the masses). First impressions are important, and I want it to at least have moderate feature parity with existing Frontends before unleashing it into the world.

What's with the poor quality visuals in the video?

Currently I'm stuck with terrible DSL with 0.4mbps upload speeds. So I had to record the video at a lower quality than I would have liked.

I am supposed to be getting fiber broadband (100mb apparently) soon, so hopefully I can crank up the quality settings for future videos.

Who made those cool platform videos and where can I get them?

The theme and platform videos were created by the talented nyny77. He is currently the official graphics and video artist on the team.

They are not available for download yet (seems pointless). The videos will be able to be downloaded directly from within GameEnd itself, via the click of a button. I decided to use this method to keep the GameEnd download size small, for people who don't want to use platform videos.

Who's currently part of the team?

Currently just me (programming) and NyNy77 (graphics, videos). I'm sure that once we release the beta and release the source code, the team will grow substantially. Naturally depending on the popularity of the program.

Anything I can do to help?

Signing up on our*Forums*and the*Slack channel*is very beneficial to the project. It allows me to get feedback on WIP items as I develop them, and also will give you access to the first pre-public beta. Feedback is valuable and I value any time you spend with me on either the forums or slack discussing GameEnd.

I can't promise that i'll implement every suggestion, but I will consider any and all ideas.

I would also love some help with getting a consolidated list of command line arguments for various Emulators. Especially for the less commonly used ones. If you want to help with this, please do so via the forums or slack channel that I linked above.

Do you accept code contributions?

Not at the moment. But the code will be released when the program launches. When that day comes, I will gladly accept code contributions.

Why do you want me to join Slack or your Forums to become a pre-public beta tester?

Slack is an IM (instant messaging) application that allows realtime chat between members. Having the ability to discuss any issues you have when testing in real time is a huge timesaver and a much better form of communication than email say, for this specific use case.

If you do not wish to join Slack, then our Forums is the other option. The forums, whilst not being realtime like Slack, is powered by Invision Power Board, which is a powerful Forum software. It allows feedback and issues to be consolidated in one place, and for me to reply to specific users. Our Forums also support TapaTalk, which allows easy Forum access via your phone/tablet.

Thank you for reading, and I am looking forward to hearing your feedback as always. Keep on truckin'!

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Official Forums

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Of course, I'll also be posting updates right here on EmuTalk :)
 



    Friday, March 17, 2017
cemu 1.7.3 released

cemu has finally released its highly anticipated 1.7.3 version of cemu, in this version we finally saw the newly launched latest zelda breath of the wild work.


# New in public release:

general: New game profiles

# New in 1.7.3d:

GX2: 1.7.3 accidentally broke compatibility with pre-1.7.3 cached shaders. This hotfix restores backward compatibility.
Also made some adjustments to guarantee this doesn't happen again in the future.

# New in 1.7.3b/c:

JIT: Fixed potential softlock for busy-wait loops which use the LWARX/STWCX instructions
GX2: Fixed incorrect shader source generated for streamout write exports when the shader is optimized for float-only

# New in 1.7.3:

JIT: LWARX instruction now consumes multiple virtual cycles. This speeds up busy wait loops.

general: Screensaver/Standby should no longer come up while a game is playing in Cemu

coreinit: Added API LCDisableDMA(), LCGetAllocatableSize(), MPResetTaskQ(), OSPeekMessage(), OSEnableHomeButtonMenu()
coreinit: Fixed bug in LCEnableDMA()
coreinit/FS: FSOpenFile() is no longer blocking CPU execution
coreinit/FS: Added internal support for priority-based path overloading
coreinit/FS: Cemu will load patched game files automatically from mlc01/usr/title/../../

ACP: Added ACP library. New API: ACPCheckApplicationDeviceEmulation()

AOC: Added proper support for AOC library. Addon content (DLC) is automatically loaded from mlc01/usr/title/../../aoc/ or mlc01/usr/title/../..//

AX: Fixed internal ADPCM playback offset calculation for addresses above 0x80000000

Input: Fixed bug that caused non-keyboard buttons to be detected as keyboard input

GX2: Improved implementation for GX2CalcTVSize() and GX2CalcDRCSize()
GX2: Shader code optimizations. Up to 40% faster compile time for float-only shaders (measured on NVIDIA)
GX2: Added support for shader OP3 CNDGT_INT instruction
GX2: Added support for vertex format FMT_16_16_16_16, nfa=0, signed=0
GX2: Fixed software streamout reading format 32_32_32_FLOAT incorrectly
GX2: Added support for vertex shader gl_PointSize export
GX2: Fixed a race condition in which the GPU7 command processor could run ahead of the current write pointer before GX2Init() was called
GX2: Fixed sampler min and mag filter value being read from wrong register bits
GX2: Added support for streamout binding the same buffer as input and output



download Cemu 1.7.3
 



    Saturday, March 11, 2017
RPCS3 Major announcement

So for all following rpcs3, yesterday it had an update with a countdown to a major announcement...

What could it be so many thought...well the time has come and....

They've finally got the game Demon's Souls running on using i7-5820k + interpreter + OpenGL

Currently the site is down, however you can view the video of it on the above link.

Tell us what you think in comments, was it worth the hype!
 



    Wednesday, March 01, 2017
HBMAME 0.183 released

hbmame has updated with its latest version, now at 0.183


- kizunaeh set name was corrected to kizunab, and the correct kizunaeh added.
- corrected the parent of ragnagrdeh

New Working Games
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- [deathstar] Death Star (by Stefano Bodrato)
- [fswordsb1] Fighters Swords (Boss Hack v1.0)
- [fswordsb2] Fighters Swords (Boss Hack v2.0)
- [fswordsbf] Fighters Swords (Boss Hack v1.0f)
- [kizunaeh] Kizuna Encounter (Easy Moves hack by 007325 2009-02-23)
- [lbd] Last Blade (Boss hack by Creamymami/Kurouri/Wesker/Ydmis)
- [lbsk] Last Blade Special Moves Revision Final (EGCG)
- [lb2bh] Last Blade 2 (Boss Easy Moves hack by 007325 2009-03-06)
- [lb2uh] Last Blade 2 (Yano's Ultimate hack)
- [lresortpx] Last Resort (Plus Max hack by Xyahzhs)
- [maglordpx] Magician Lord (Plus Max hack by Xyahzhs)
- [matrimbh] Matrimelee (Boss hack by Creamymami (EGCG))
- [ncombatpk] Ninja Combat (Plus hack by Krizal chen (Dsght))
- [ncommandsp] Ninja Commando (Super Plus hack by e107 2009-08-16)
- [ninjamasasp] Ninja Master's (Plus Remixed by ZKW)
- [ninjamaschl] Ninja Master's (Hack by CHL)
- [ninjamashb] Ninja Master's (Happy Batter Edition hack by 007325 2009-09-09)
- [nitdpx] Nightmare in the Dark (Plus Max hack by Xyahzhs)
- [preisle2px] Prehistoric Isle 2 (Plus Max hack by Xyahzhs)
- [ragnagrdbe] Operation Ragnagard (Easy Moves hack)
- [ragnagrdbs] Operation Ragnagard (Boss hack by Yumeji)
- [ragnagrdsb] Operation Ragnagard (Super Boss Easy Moves hack by Lichenzhao 2009-11-16)
- [rotdbh] Rage of the Dragons (Boss hack by Dodowang)
- [s1945peh] Strikers 1945 Plus (Super Shot hack by KrysoFun)
- [s1945ph] Strikers 1945 Plus (Ascender P55 hack by Yumeji)
- [samshos1] Samurai Shodown (Special v0.1 2005-09-19)
- [samshozk] Samurai Shodown (Hack by Zuojie, Kof1996 2008-10-23)
- [samsho2emb] Samurai Shodown II (Easy Move hack by Blackheart 2009-08-11)
- [samsho2hy] Samurai Shodown II (Boss hack by Yashional)
- [samsho2mb] Samurai Shodown II (Moves hack by Blackheart 2009-08-03)
- [samsho2q] Samurai Shodown II (Soul Q Version v1.0)
- [samsho2s2] Samurai Shodown II (Special v0.12 2008-08-26)
- [samsho2zk] Samurai Shodown II (Hack by Zuojie, Kof1996 2008-10-23)
- [samsho3s2] Samurai Shodown III (Special v0.12 2008-09-01)
- [samsho3ss] Samurai Shodown III (Special v0.1 2005-09-19)
- [samsho3zk] Samurai Shodown III (Hack by Zuojie, Kof1996 2008-10-23)
- [samsho4mb] Samurai Shodown IV (Moves hack by Blackheart 2009-08-05)
- [samsho4pm] Samurai Shodown IV (Power Max hack by Pipi899 2009-06-16)
- [samsho4s2] Samurai Shodown IV (Special v0.12 2008-09-01)
- [samsho4zk] Samurai Shodown IV (Hack by Zuojie, Kof1996 2008-10-23)
- [samsho5ba] Samurai Shodown V (Boss hack alternate set)
- [samsho5bh] Samurai Shodown V (Boss hack by Dodowang)
- [samsho5ge] Samurai Shodown V (Genjuro Evil Edition hack by Shiro)
- [samsho5s2] Samurai Shodown V (Special v0.12 2008-08-26)
- [samsho5zk] Samurai Shodown V (Hack by Zuojie, Kof1996 2008-10-23)
- [savagereb] Savage Reign (Boss hack by Yumeji/Dodowang)
- [sdodgebp] Super Dodge Ball (Power hack by Blackheart 2009-09-02)
- [sengoku3eh] Sengoku 3 (Evolution Special hack)
- [sengoku3s] Sengoku 3 (Evolution v1.0 hack by Sjx (FCHT))
- [snakes] Snakes (by Stefano Bodrato)
- [svccprw] SvC Chaos (Plus Remix v2.0 hack by Wesker)
- [svcee] SvC Chaos (Hack by Ethen.H(EGHT) 2008-01-21)
- [svcg] SvC Chaos (Boss Special Kyo Green Edition)
- [svch2] SvC Chaos (Remix v1.1 by chbandy)
- [svcice] SvC Chaos (Ice Edition)
- [svclspc] SvC Chaos (Pink Edition)
- [svcnh] SvC Chaos (Like PS2 Version old)
- [svcplusg] SvC Chaos (Plus Special)
- [svcplusp] SvC Chaos (Plus Purple Fire hack by Kawada7278 set 1)
- [svcplusp2] SvC Chaos (Plus Purple Fire hack by Kawada7278 set 2)
- [svcryu] SvC Chaos (Ryu BT Revision hack by Gordon)
- [svcspjoy] SvC Chaos (Super Plus Joy Modified hack by Wesker/Jason/K3)
- [svcstdse] SvC Chaos (Subdue the Dragon Super Edition)
- [svcxlb] SvC Chaos (Knife Millennium Turbidity v1.0 hack by Lb70)



Download from http://hbmame.1emulation.com/
 

Mednafen 0.9.43 released

Mednafen the multi system emulator has been updated, now to 0.9.43


Notable changes since 0.9.42:
PSX: Reduced DualShock rumble latency by 1 frame.
SS: Added multitap emulation, enableable via settings "ss.input.sport1.multitap" and "ss.input.sport2.multitap".
SS: Added steering wheel emulation(for "Virtua Racing", and other racing games that lack 3D Pad analog support).
SS: Added Mission Stick and Dual Mission Stick emulation.
SS: Added 101-key US keyboard emulation.
SS: Fixed hang in "F1 Challenge".
SS: Fixed missing voice acting and related hangs in "Magic Knight Rayearth".
Reworked how input grabbing is handled. The new way uses only one key combo(CTRL+SHIFT+Menu), and will adapt its behavior based on any keyboards being selected on any virtual input ports or not(refer to the documentation for full details). A new setting is added, "command.toggle_grab", and two settings were removed, "command.toggle_grab_input" and "command.toggle_cidisable".
Emulated keyboard(FKB, Tsushin, Saturn) key state is now only updated when input grabbing is toggled on.


For more information and download go here.
 

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