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11.Jul.2016
Amiga.org (Webseite)


FPGA: Apollo-Core update "Silver7"
The Apollo core is a FPGA-reimplementation of the m68k-series of Motorola which also provides a seperate graphic mode called SAGA. The core currently is used in the accelerator board "Vampire 600 V2".

Among others the update "Silver7" provides tools for Mac-OS as well as the version of the Vampire for the Amiga500 which still is in development. The developers would appreciate any kind of feedback and ask you to use the IRC-channel #Apollo-Team on Freenode.

Changelog:
  • Added CHK2, CAS2, CMP2 for Mac OS programs
  • Added EXTW/L instruction fusing
  • Added FAST-IDE for V500
  • Added HDMI bootpic (credits to flype and Crom00)
  • Added MOVEX (Little Endian Move)
  • Enabled 85% of BranchTargetCache
  • Enabled PEA/BSR/JSR/RTS in 2nd pipe
  • Fixed BFEXTU and BFEXTS flag bugs (thanks JimDrew)
  • Fixed MOVES, NCBD, PACK and TRAPcc bugs
  • Optimized SUBQ/BNE loop pattern
  • Removed Fusion memory reserve (broke some games)
(snx) (Translation: dr)

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