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Le 24/02/2016 23:54, Eero Tamminen a écrit :
On 02/23/2016 02:39 AM, David Savinkoff wrote:
I would like to acknowledge the GPLv3 Steem emulator.
The patch is a suggestion.
I cannot tell whether Steven has contributed anything
to Hatari. Quick search didn't show any mails from
"Steven Seagal" on any of the Hatari tuxfamily or earlier
BerliOS & Sourceforge mailing lists (i.e. within last ~10
years). Is that the correct name to search for?
I don't think he was on some of our ML. I only saw him in atari-forum. I
don't remember if he specifically pointed to some bugs in Hatari, it's
more about broad discussions about emulation that could apply to Steem
and/ot sometimes to Hatari.
Btw. I've never seen .STT images, are there any programs
/ demos, that wouldn't be available in other formats?
Not that I know ; this was an internal format made by steem author,
something more evolved that basic .ST, because it could hold track,
sector of different size and a few fdc specific format. An example of a
demo that used it was the Union demo (which used 5 1024 bytes sectors
and 1 512 bytes sectors). But it couldn't hold variable bit cells or
fuzzy sectors, so many games' protection would not have worked anyway.
I think they dropped dev on STT format when STX/Pasti was released,
because the later one superseded STT in all area. As such, I don't see
the point of porting such format under Hatari.