Views: 214,400 Homepage | Main | Rules/FAQ | Memberlist | Active users | Last posts | Calendar | Stats | Online users | Search 06-19-18 05:29 PM

0 users reading (because every board needs one) The introductions thread | 1 bot

Main - General chatter - (because every board needs one) The introductions thread New reply

Pages: 1 2
Amy Scarlett
Posted on 10-03-17 03:58 AM Link | #366
Posted by StapleButter
I can change your name there so you have the same one everywhere, but please decide on a name and don't change constantly.

Thanks, but I'd rather give it a few weeks or so because as you know I seem to change it a lot, just so that I'm sure I want to stick with the name. However it is the name I'll probably use in real life so it shouldn't matter, lol.

Posted on 01-03-18 09:35 AM (rev. 2 of 01-31-18 11:01 AM) Link | #480
hello !
I'm here because I would love to understand the work you are doing by creating an emulator. I am a hard novice about all does things, I'd like to help you as much as I can but I am not really documented in the subject.
If you have some tutorial to make me learn so I can help or stuff to test and make some report, I am interested ^^.
For now I am learning c++ (I am more looking after the differences between python and c++ than really learn it) and making test whit the melonds multiplayer system.

Posted on 01-26-18 08:57 AM Link | #513
welcome aboard :P

you mean, you'd like to understand how emulators work inside?

Posted on 01-26-18 10:32 AM Link | #514
I'd like to know that too actually. I use them on a daily basis but never understood how they work.

Posted on 01-31-18 11:00 AM Link | #518
Thank you StapleButter !
Yes, from what I understood emulation is to make the bios use some virtual elements mounted by a program.
Also if I guessed right the bios is compiled and can't be read so emulaters have to input some datas and try to understand outputs.
But I am maybe totaly wrong X)
Pages: 1 2

Main - General chatter - (because every board needs one) The introductions thread New reply

Page rendered in 0.015 seconds. (2048KB of memory used)
MySQL - queries: 29, rows: 84/84, time: 0.011 seconds.
[powered by Acmlm] Acmlmboard 2.064 (2017-11-20)
© 2005-2008 Acmlm, Xkeeper, blackhole89 et al.