NovaCoder wrote:I've spent some time recently trying to port the popular DosBox program to Amiga AGA (060 only).
The actually code has been relatively easy to port across and I already have it running on my A1200.
I'm not sure if DosBox has ever been ported to Atari before but if we can get a 68k core developed then it would obviously make it much easier for someone to port it across to this platform.
NovaCoder wrote:The problem is that it's going to be far too slow to be of any use on real hardware without a custom written 68k softcore which requires somebody skilled in 68k assembler and someone who is also familiar with the x86.
NovaCoder wrote:I haven't managed to profile it, the tools-set that I use (gcc) is not very advanced.
PeterS wrote:I remember trying http://www.atari-forum.com/viewtopic.php?t=24259 on the Milan. It was slow and the keyboard mapping made it unusable. If that could be fixed it would be a good start.
PeterS wrote:I tried this change and it does work.
The majority of the keys are mapped correctly on the Milan's PC keyboard.
Not sure how old my version of DosBox, it works and I installed a ran an ancient version of Tetris. It runs but very, very slowly.
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