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    Yabause 0.9.10

    software video core:
    * Added line scroll emulation.
    * Improved user clipping.
    * Added some basic vertical scroll emulation, enough to get Sonic Jam working.

    gtk port:
    * Gtk port is now compiling on Mac OS X.
    * Fixed full software screenshots.
    * Fixed store function in transfer dialog.

    windows port:
    *Added 12 player support.
    * Fixed a bug that was causing the memory transfer dialog to register the wrong filename after pressing “Browse”.
    * Fixed bugs in Goto Address dialog.
    * Fixed a bug that was causing the vdp2 viewer dialog to register the wrong filename after pressing “Browse”.
    * Added MD saving in SCU DSP debug dialog.
    * Added new Ram Watch dialog.
    * Added video recording feature.
    * Added move recording feature.

    general:
    *Added Lithuanian translation.
    * New sound core using OpenAL.
    * Added joystick core for Mac OS X.
    * Added a joystick core for Linux.
    * Added a PSP port.
    * Added support for loading ELF binaries.
    * Now using gettimeofday when available for better resolution.
    * Added code to make SCSP emulation frame-accurate (optional, enabled with –enable-scsp-frame-accurate configure switch).
    * Added a new 68000 emulation core.
    * Fixed save states.
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    I haven't heard anyone publicly talk about this on any forums, I hope I'm just missing out. I got a tip from someone else that some massive work has been done on the PSP version. Mainly, dynamic recompilers for both the SH2s and 68k. I looked through the code and the level of effort behind this is nothing short of monumental. I haven't been able to try it out myself but I just wanted to give the author of this code, Andrew Church, my appreciation for doing such amazing work on a platform that doesn't have that much original emulation content.

    Hopefully more people will be talking about this soon.

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