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> and much slower than Emulator.

If you're interested in speeding it up, and don't have a copy of FRU issue 11, email me (adrian@aemulor.com) and I'll send you the article I wrote that describe how Aemulor's ARM610 mode works.

You'll find it quite a bit faster than the current ArcEm....the core of an emulator really needs to be in assembler for speed, but the approaches I described in FRU can be portably described in C.

Cheers,

Adrian

 is a RISC OS Useradrianl on 24/4/03 11:00PM
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