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Mac OS X port of latest RPCEmu Spoon edition available

Published: 22nd Mar 2009, 22:01:34 | Permalink | Printable

Timothy Coltman has built and uploaded a Mac OS X version of RPCEmu Spoon 0.8.2 for users of Apple's shiny computers. Meanwhile, Matthew Howkins has been working on an improved version of Tom Walker's dynamic recompiler for RPCEmu for 64-bit computers. RPCEmu is an open source machine emulator of RiscPC-class machines.

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