Here is a new version of PSPBEEB the BBC Micro Emulator for PSP.
For those who haven't seen previous versions, BeebEm is a famous emulator of
the BBC Micro computer series running on both windows and unix.
Originally developed for UNIX systems in 1994 by David Alan Gilbert, it was then
ported to windows by Richard Gellman and Mike Wyatt in 1997.
At the start of October 2005, David Eggleston started porting the current Windows
version of BeebEm (version 2.3) to FreeBSD.
What's new in version 1.1.0 :
- Speed improvements (but still slow < 40 fps)
- IR keyboard support !
- Now compatible with custom firmwares 3.x and PSP-slim
- Display and save thumbnail images for each save state
- Add option to display fps rate
- Add a simple intro splash screen
- Analog pad can now be used in the file requester
to move faster through the disk/state lists
- Option to prevent the blue led to be displayed when
L or R are pressed
- All render modes use GU (smooth mode)
- Support iso8859-1 fonts in print text functions
(might be useful to translate menus in german, french ...)
- Major bug fix in video emulation functions (psp freeze ...)
- Other bug fix and code cleaning
How to use it ? Everything is in the README.txt file.
Sources are included, and this package is under "Beebem" licence,
read COPYING.txt file for more information about it.
All files can be found on my blog : http://zx81.zx81.free.fr/