For those who haven't seen previous versions, fMSX is a famous emulator of the MSX, MSX2,
and MSX2+ 8bit home computers. It runs MSX/MSX2/MSX2+ software on many different
platforms including Windows and Unix.
See fMSX: Portable MSX Emulator for further informations.
It has been first written by Marat Fayzullin, and later Vincent van Dam ported it on SDL.
This version of PSPMSX supports IRDA-Joystick box designed by my good friend Buzz
( see Buzz Computer for details).
If you have any electronic skills you may design your own for less than 20$ !
The Schematic and the PIC source code is provided in contrib folder of PSPMSX archive.
For those who have never heard about IRDA joystick project, the goal was to connect
your old DB9 joystick (compatible with Atari , Amiga, Amstrad etc ...) or a paddle
device to your PSP FAT. Buzz has written the driver and designed the PCB and programmed
the PIC micro-controller, while i was in charge of emulator enhancements.
What's new in version 1.5.1 :
- IRDA Joystick box support
- Add "IRDA joystick" device support for both
DB9 Joystick and Atari Paddle
- Add menu for IRDA joystick settings and keys mapping
- Add option to choose between IRDA devices
(keyboard such as Targus or joystick using Buzz device)
How to use it ? Everything is in the README.txt file.
Sources are included, and are distributed under Marat Fayzullin's license
for the original MSX part, and under GNU license for all the PSP part.
ZX-81's web site