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SurfPA
July 21st, 2003, 07:28
what's going on with this emu?

Johann
July 21st, 2003, 18:13
What a stupid question.
Obviously, this emu is discontinued.

Felipe
July 26th, 2003, 23:35
why emutalk dont take it off this space then?

Knuckles
July 27th, 2003, 01:43
why emutalk dont take it off this space then?
well, because the emu is not really "discontinued", it's only stopped right now. Shad told me that he would continu a little on it but later. He's really busy right now, with nsx2 and his real life.

nephalim
July 27th, 2003, 03:20
There's no point now that the UHLE source code has been released...this is binary hack-based, correct? Excuse me if i'm misinformed.

Lillymon
July 28th, 2003, 17:41
No, this is based off the leaked source, just like UltraHLE 2064. But I question if there's a need for it any more with UltraHLE 2064 progressing so well. Maybe ShadowPrince should just contibute to UltraHLE 2046 from now on.

Felipe
July 29th, 2003, 03:32
well, because the emu is not really "discontinued", it's only stopped right now. Shad told me that he would continu a little on it but later. He's really busy right now, with nsx2 and his real life.

ok

mightyrocket
July 31st, 2003, 23:03
There have been a few small optimizations (one of them it better sound sync).

Shadowprince won't help uhle 2064. He released the 1.1.6 source-code when 2064 was released because he tought it was better. Knuckles removed it from the homepage but added it later again. Then the emu was on hold and Knuckles searched for new developers, and he found a few. Then Doggie released 1.1.7 unofficial but it broke more than it fixed. The emu was on hold again and there has never been a release again, but I hope it changes soon.

straight
August 2nd, 2003, 02:50
But I question if there's a need for it any more with UltraHLE 2064 progressing so well.

UltraHLE Alpha is still my best option for playing Zelda (unless 2064 has made big strides since I last checked -- do they have save states working yet?). It's faster than 1964, has smoother sound, and supports your choice of input plugins. And it has a decent GUI.

Dee Dark
August 8th, 2003, 11:23
my main problem with ULHE2064 is that, when I try to use glide (as I still have a Voodoo 3), it messes all the graphics... When the plugin appears, I mean...

Besides, the multilanguage support in UHLE Alpha was quite good and flexible (and I've seen no such thing in UHLE 2064, must check)