Kind of understood that but I have to say that as Martin said you have given a lot to N64 emulation and will definitely hold a big part of it when I think back to it in a couple of years. Everythings got to end sometime and even if this is a double egged situation I'm very pleased with what you have accomplished during the years, audio in a class of it's own and a unique and personal touch with Apollo...
It's too bad that azimer is going to stop doing n64 emulation stuff, apollo was a promising emu and his sound plugins were second to none. However, I salute azimer for open-sourcing his emu/sound plugin. Maybe his excellent sound plugin can be ported to linux! His Rsp plugin has already been ported and it works well. And maybe now hacktarux can study the apollo Dyna-Rec code, if that would help him with mupen64.
Azimer Great work!,
Would you allow me to port this src to a console? (as i am already about 50% there). Or would you mind if i continued to add some features to it?
It's time for you to move on from the n64 emu scene i guess
well Azimer i must say that this apollo version is quite good. Sound in Top gear Overdrive doesn't block emu as all the rest of the emulator. Just a small question: why did you want to do a dynarec ? i say that because you're interpreter is very good, the fastest i've seen.With a 1Ghz dynarec doesn't seems to be required and can cause bugs.