Development

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Fastcopy source code released

by snout on 13-07-2006, 23:52
Topic: Development

In the 1990s Alex Wulms (Xelasoft) released Fastcopy, a popular disk duplication program which directly supported many MSX Floppy Disk Controllers making it - indeed - very fast and accurate.

Fixes for HiTech-C libraries

by arnold_m on 14-02-2006, 20:07
Topic: Development

Arnold Metselaar has made libfix, a package of various additions, bugfixes and other improvements to the libc.lib and libf.lib that come with HiTech-C. It contains changes by Pierre Gielen and by Arnold Metselaar. The new libc.lib is designed to work under MSX-DOS 1. For MSX-DOS2 users there is libdos2, which has also been updated.

FLAT1 demo version released

by syn on 17-07-2017, 20:35
Topic: Development

A new maze game by Darkstone

Having a hard time coding a platform game? Here's a possible solution!

FM Tone Editor

by snout on 26-06-2004, 19:13
Topic: Development

Boukichi released an FM-Tone editor for OPLL (MSX-Music) and its compatible VCR7 (NES) soundchip. The tone editor also emulates these chips so that you can listen to the tones you are creating. The tones can be exported as MML instrument data.

Franky Development Tools

by hap on 19-01-2010, 16:04
Topic: Development

Franky, the external Sega Master System VDP cartridge by SuperSoniqs, is steadily getting more attention from developers. Yesterday, BiFi opened up a new section on his homepage with Franky mode 4 tools, to encourage development.

French AZERTY mapping for 1chipMSX

by Atheus on 06-12-2008, 14:46
Topic: Development

Ever since 1chipMSX'es spread across the world, French MSX users regretted not being able to enjoy an AZERTY keyboard. Atheus took some time to understand VHDL (the language used to create the MSX implementation of the Altera FPGA chip), aided by KDL, caro, and Mars2000you.

Active developer Atheus, a well known figure in the French MSX scene, jumps to the rescue of AZERTY keyboard users, taking away their fears of ever hqving to type in the Tzilight Wone qgqin when using their 1chipMSX.

As an example of the capabilities of Karoshi's Caruso, a simple yet versatile song replayer named "Frenzy Tuesday" has been published.

Fudeba MSX Disassembler 0.8i

by snout on 16-02-2004, 19:51
Topic: Development

Daniel Caetano has released an Z80 disassembler for PC, which adds several comments about MSX hardware, making it most suitable for disassembling MSX code. You can find the tool on his website, which contains more interesting MSX software titles.

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