New lead developer for RPCEmu emergesPublished: 1st Dec 2008, 23:06:01 | Permalink | Printable
Dick Tanis steps forward as the new maintainer for the open source RiscPC emulator, together with a couple of coding pals, to continue development of Tom Walker's software. At the moment, the Linux port of RPCEmu remains a priority. Tom stepped down from the project earlier this year.
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