(New page: Nothing listed here is a guarantee or promise of action. I have many more interests than I have hours in a day. This lists only things directly related to MAME. Also, order listed here ...)
 
 
(26 intermediate revisions by 2 users not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
 
Nothing listed here is a guarantee or promise of action.  I have many more interests than I have hours in a day.  This lists only things directly related to MAME.  Also, order listed here may not reflect actual implementation order.
 
Nothing listed here is a guarantee or promise of action.  I have many more interests than I have hours in a day.  This lists only things directly related to MAME.  Also, order listed here may not reflect actual implementation order.
  
==Near-term==
+
* "napple2gs" project
* Fix controls in ''Prop Cycle'' now that it runs 100% on my system
+
  - New clean, modern IIgs driver, running the ADB micro controller code (in progress)
* Help Andrew with ''Polygonet Commanders'' where possible (I AM NOT A DSP56K COWBOY)
+
  - Simulate 1 MHz synch slowdown (initially done)
* Continue to work with the SpriteMind guys on YM2612 improvements
+
  - Working IIe keyboard for simulated "upgraded IIe" (working)
* Final polish on the SH-2 DRC
+
  - Pass self-tests and diagnostics disk
** Add final missing opcodes for Saturn
+
* Emulate key repeat on Apple /// (similar to //e, same h/w designers, go figure)
** Add SH-1 with extra opcodes locked out, multiply instructions limited to SH-1's lower precision
+
* Break up Mac driver to better reflect h/w differences, and make the various system ASIC families into devices (in progress)
* SH-4 DRC
+
* Figure out Ensoniq 16-bit crash (EPS OS, VFX SD/SD-1 sequencer)
 
+
* Emulate 3rd-generation Ensoniqs (ASR-10, MR-Rack, KT-76)
==Later==
+
* Break out HLE'd line-level ADB handling into a bus/ and devices.
* SCSP/AICA DSP recompiler
+
* Get Lisa to run
* 65816 family reunion
+
* SH4 and ARM DRCs
** Merge 65816/M37710 so identical opcodes are used identically
+
* AICA needs better envelope handling. Shenmue DSF rips need filters
** Add Nintendo varient that runs in terms of SNES master cycles for better accuracy
+
* Cycle-by-cycle WDC65816, integrating M377xx and Nintendo variants
* Rewrite SNES renderer from scratch for better accuracy, including modern discoveries
+
* Rewrite Konami video chain and trojan unclear details
+
* Further reverse-engineering on (Super) System 23
+
 
+
==SDLMAME/MESS==
+
* Rework OpenGL backend:
+
** Need to use a pixel shader to do YUV to RGB conversion or else laserdisc games will suck mightily on modern video cards (which no longer have dedicated conversion hardware)
+
** Render to texture first so user shader can still be used for final blit? (And how bad will this break fglrx and Apple drivers?)
+
* Improve GTK debugger so memory editing is possible
+

Latest revision as of 16:21, 6 August 2021

Nothing listed here is a guarantee or promise of action. I have many more interests than I have hours in a day. This lists only things directly related to MAME. Also, order listed here may not reflect actual implementation order.

  • "napple2gs" project
 - New clean, modern IIgs driver, running the ADB micro controller code (in progress)
 - Simulate 1 MHz synch slowdown (initially done)
 - Working IIe keyboard for simulated "upgraded IIe" (working)
 - Pass self-tests and diagnostics disk
  • Emulate key repeat on Apple /// (similar to //e, same h/w designers, go figure)
  • Break up Mac driver to better reflect h/w differences, and make the various system ASIC families into devices (in progress)
  • Figure out Ensoniq 16-bit crash (EPS OS, VFX SD/SD-1 sequencer)
  • Emulate 3rd-generation Ensoniqs (ASR-10, MR-Rack, KT-76)
  • Break out HLE'd line-level ADB handling into a bus/ and devices.
  • Get Lisa to run
  • SH4 and ARM DRCs
  • AICA needs better envelope handling. Shenmue DSF rips need filters
  • Cycle-by-cycle WDC65816, integrating M377xx and Nintendo variants