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The Icon Bar: News and features: Aemulor Released
 

Aemulor Released

Posted by John Hoare on 16:10, 25/3/2003 | , , , , , , , , ,
 
As alerted to by Chris Terran on our forums (and certainly not these forums), the full version of Aemulor, the 26-bit emulator for the IYONIX, has been released. It costs 50.00 + VAT, and its features are:
  • Full 26-bit application emulation (C, ARM Code etc)
  • Fast XScale-optimised pure ARM code interpreter engine
  • StrongARM-class performance
  • 26-bit module support
  • 26-bit BASIC assembler support
  • BASIC programs run at native speed
  • RISC OS 4 > 5 SWI emulation
  • SWI Flag preservation
  • Dynamic area creation in low memory
Improvements have been made from the previous demo version. As well as more software being compatible with Aemulor, 26-bit applications now work within taskwindows, and there have been more code optimisations resulting in faster emulation.

It is avaliable to purchase either from dealers, or directly from the Aemulor.com site - and will be also on sale at the Wakefield 2003 Show on Saturday 10th May. Don't forget to bring your IYONIX Mac address with you, though. For more information, read their Software and Purchasing FAQs, and their Support and discussion forums. There is also a compatibility database avaliable.

Aemulor Pro is due to be released later in the year. Likely to be added are specific application enhancements (eg Impression/Photodesk redraw code), and support for 2/4/16 colour screenmodes (eg for Sibelius) and 16-bit sound modules - and it's possible other features will be added. The price is to be confirmed.
 

  Aemulor Released
  Phlamethrower (17:03 25/3/2003)
  monkeyson2 (17:06 25/3/2003)
    takkaria (17:27 25/3/2003)
      andypoole (17:53 25/3/2003)
        Phlamethrower (17:57 25/3/2003)
          moss (17:59 25/3/2003)
            moss (17:59 25/3/2003)
              andypoole (18:00 25/3/2003)
                danielbarron (19:32 25/3/2003)
                  Anonymous Coward (10:00 26/3/2003)
                    danielbarron (11:16 26/3/2003)
                      andypoole (12:00 26/3/2003)
                        diodesign (12:43 26/3/2003)
                          andypoole (13:13 26/3/2003)
                            moss (14:22 26/3/2003)
                              andypoole (14:46 26/3/2003)
                                monkeyson2 (14:48 26/3/2003)
                                  andypoole (14:53 26/3/2003)
                                    andypoole (14:54 26/3/2003)
                                      jmb (18:33 26/3/2003)
                                        moss (18:49 26/3/2003)
                                          [mentat] (11:38 27/3/2003)
                                            ian (13:21 29/3/2003)
 
Jeffrey Lee Message #91962, posted by Phlamethrower at 17:03, 25/3/2003
PhlamethrowerHot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot stuff

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Woo! Drobe haven't even noticed yet!
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Phil Mellor Message #91963, posted by monkeyson2 at 17:06, 25/3/2003, in reply to message #91962
monkeyson2Please don't let them make me be a monkey butler

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They're too busy arguing about the Omega. Again. :)
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Andrew Sidwell Message #91964, posted by takkaria at 17:27, 25/3/2003, in reply to message #91963
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No, we're too busy stopping FUD. kthxbye.
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Andrew Poole Message #91965, posted by andypoole at 17:53, 25/3/2003, in reply to message #91964

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> Woo! Drobe haven't even noticed yet!

Thats because drobe are silly :p

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Jeffrey Lee Message #91966, posted by Phlamethrower at 17:57, 25/3/2003, in reply to message #91965
PhlamethrowerHot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot stuff

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Nah; turns out that Chris's net connection was playing up so he had no way of knowing about the release. Otherwise they probably would have beaten us :(
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John Hoare Message #91967, posted by moss at 17:59, 25/3/2003, in reply to message #91966

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Grrrrr!

I'll have to go and sabotage Chris's house network.

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John Hoare Message #91968, posted by moss at 17:59, 25/3/2003, in reply to message #91967

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(Again. Ho!)
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Andrew Poole Message #91969, posted by andypoole at 18:00, 25/3/2003, in reply to message #91968

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Nah. I don't think they would have.
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Daniel Barron Message #91970, posted by danielbarron at 19:32, 25/3/2003, in reply to message #91969
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Superb news! Now I can move everything to my Iyonix
and actually use it as in theory 100% of my mission critical core apps will work now.

Pitty I'm too busy to do this until the weekend :(

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Anonymous Coward Message #91971, posted at 10:00, 26/3/2003, in reply to message #91970
Unregistered user IconBar: Please don't stoop to Drobe's level by having a dig at them in your articles. Thanks.
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Daniel Barron Message #91972, posted by danielbarron at 11:16, 26/3/2003, in reply to message #91971
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Someone can't take a joke.
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Andrew Poole Message #91973, posted by andypoole at 12:00, 26/3/2003, in reply to message #91972

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Anonymous Coward> Stooping to drobe's level would involve making long articles out of, well, not a lot, we don't do that, much.
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Chris Williams Message #91974, posted by diodesign at 12:43, 26/3/2003, in reply to message #91973
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The Opposition

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Oh that does it. You're off my Christmas list now, for sure.

Chris.

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Andrew Poole Message #91975, posted by andypoole at 13:13, 26/3/2003, in reply to message #91974

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Aww :( I didn't know I was even on it :p
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John Hoare Message #91976, posted by moss at 14:22, 26/3/2003, in reply to message #91975

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Anonymous Coward: Actually, it wasn't a dig. It was an advert for their forums. A sarcastic advert, yes, but still an advert :-)
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Andrew Poole Message #91977, posted by andypoole at 14:46, 26/3/2003, in reply to message #91976

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I see
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Phil Mellor Message #91978, posted by monkeyson2 at 14:48, 26/3/2003, in reply to message #91977
monkeyson2Please don't let them make me be a monkey butler

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Drobe have taken TIB off their "quick links" section. :(
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Andrew Poole Message #91979, posted by andypoole at 14:53, 26/3/2003, in reply to message #91978

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:o
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Andrew Poole Message #91980, posted by andypoole at 14:54, 26/3/2003, in reply to message #91979

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They still link to Acorn Arcade though
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JMB Message #91981, posted by jmb at 18:33, 26/3/2003, in reply to message #91980
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yay! pr0tal wars.

so pointless.

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John Hoare Message #91982, posted by moss at 18:49, 26/3/2003, in reply to message #91981

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It's not my fault people take my friendly jokes and decide to overreact/be unpleasant in other ways :-)

Erm, Aemulor sounds marvellous. Yes.

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I don't have tourettes you're just a cun Message #91983, posted by [mentat] at 11:38, 27/3/2003, in reply to message #91982
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> Drobe have taken TIB off their "quick links" section. :(

I'm sure that was just a mistake. Or something.

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ian Message #91984, posted at 13:21, 29/3/2003, in reply to message #91983
Unregistered user you obviously realise how lacking this site is by the way you are always looking for faults in drobe.co.uk
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