Stella Git (2017/04/08) is compiled.
Stella is a
multi-platform Atari 2600 VCS emulator. The Atari 2600
Video Computer System (VCS), introduced in 1977, was the most popular home video game system of the early 1980’s. Now you can enjoy all of your favorite Atari 2600 games on your PC thanks to
Stella Git changelog:
* Minor documentation/commenting update for Paddle class.
* Added debugger prompt command ‘debugcolors’, which shows a legend
of colors used in ‘fixed debug colors’ mode.
* Updated VS project file for recent class additions.
* Updated debugger prompt commands ‘trap’, ‘trapread’ and ‘trapwrite’
to work like the old ‘m’ versions, so they work on all mirrors and
also allow one to enter a range of values to trap. Added more
stringent error checking for parameters.
* Added ‘palette’ debugger prompt command, which shows a colour swatch
of the currently active TIA palette.
* Updated fixed debug colours to match in NTSC and PAL.
* Updated OSX project files for recent class additions.
* The PF register in the debugger no longer shows COLUBK.
Some minor rearranging of the ‘queued writes’ widget.
* Fixed some minor issues with DelayQueueWidget.
– Removed redundant code to get TIA write address labels
– Added ‘$’ to indicate hex output
– Added newlines to affected files.
* Delay queue widget: Finishing touches
* Reorder widgets in TIA tab
* Change background color to readonly
* Pacify compiler warning in iterator
* Fix typo in TiaDebug
* Various improvements to the debugger prompt:
– ‘cls’ now only clears the screen, and not the command history
– ‘help’ accepts another command as an argument, to give more info
about the command (ie, help breakif is now valid)
– command completion now works on built-in functions and pseudo-ops
* Delay queue widget: replace mock.
* Add an iterator for interating over delay queue entries
* Dynamically build delay queue widget content from iterator
* Refactor shadow registers to reflect a possible delay
* Add DelayQueue widget (mocked content).