Things have been slow lately, you may have noticed. Couple reasons to that.

I meant to fix a few of the issues we had lurking around, so we could release 0.8.3. I managed to fix some issues that caused random crashes on exit, then began trying to fix the framerate limiter. Thing is, it is directly related to the audio output code and the issues that has. So, yeah, I still haven't found a solution to that tricky problem.

I also need to struggle to keep some motivation at times. Looking at the patterns in how I work, it is likely that I have ADHD. I have yet to get diagnosed and all, but this wouldn't surprise me.


As you may have noticed, Github user RSDuck sent a pull request for the JIT recompiler. This is a bit of a tricky situation though. I don't want to have to deal with a situation where people make third-party JIT builds, but at the same time, the JIT isn't quite ready for general use, as we're still ironing out various issues with it.

However, the JIT is said to give a performance boost ranging from 30% to 100%, which is fairly nice, especially as there's room for improvement. RSDuck also said that porting the JIT to other architectures, like ARM, should be easy, so we might finally have Switch builds that run at acceptable speeds.

Or, also, Android builds. But, dunno. On one hand, this is a market I want to address, but on the other hand, history from Dolphin has shown that the Android userbase isn't exactly the nicest to deal with, so... yeah. And don't get me started on Android itself and the fun that coding for it is.

But first, let's focus on what we have in front of ourselves.

I'm going to try as hard as I can to fix the audio issues for 0.8.3 (and also add a vsync setting).

We will also be releasing beta builds of the JIT and the DSi branch, for those of you who want to mess around with things.
Arisotura says:
Aug 3rd 2019
tbh, a lot of the wifi code is similar to desmume's, but a lot of it was written by me back then, so this is fine as long as that code is RSDuck's

otherwise, that'd be a bit, welp
Zinx says:
Aug 7th 2019
The wifi code in desmume is really crappy :X.
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