Talk:Javascript Mess

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Devesine's Emscripten attempt

Shouldn't prevent anyone else from doing so as well, but I'm going to give the whole "whang it into Emscripten and see what explodes" thing a shot over the next few days. Devesine 15:39, 3 November 2011 (UTC)

current status

moving to github to centralize the code changes and compilation instructions: Devesine 23:32, 5 November 2011 (UTC)

interesting idea

I really like the idea. I was suprised for example to find out that javascript is fast enough to run an x86 emulator at decent speed. Then however, that emulator takes some shortcuts that MAME/MESS doesn't (or rather doesn't want to) take. I'd really like to see how e.g. the discrete sound system and the dynarec cores will work once converted. I guess they'll be too slow for anything useful for at least 3 or 4 CPU generations, but hey, I was thinking that of x86 emulation too until some months ago, so I'm actually silently hoping to be positively surprised here ;-) --Darkstar 19:13, 9 November 2011 (UTC)

List of Systems

This is the list of systems for a canonical first packaging of JSMESS. They're all drivers considered to be 100% OK, and they move across the entirety of home computer systems of pre-1990.

Amstrad CPC464			cpc464
Apple IIe			apple2e
Atari 2600			a2600
Atari 800			a800
BBC Micro Model B		bbcb
Channel F			channelf
ColecoVision			colco
Radio Shack Color Computer     	coco
Commodore 64                    c64
Game Boy                        gameboy
Genesis                         genesis
Homebrew Z80 Computer           homez80
Intellivision                   intv
KIM-1                           kim1
Macintosh Plus                  macplus
Odyssey 2                       odyssey2
Osborne-1                       osborne1
Tandy 1000hx                    t1000hx
TI99/4A                         ti99_4e
TRS-80 Model II                 trs80m2
ZX-80                           zx80