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Category Archives: Mahatma68k

Introducing the DMPP Amiga Debugger

I had this actually running for some time now: It is a graphical debugger which helps me understand how the 68000 instructions in the Kickstart ROM affect my Amiga emulator’s state. Here is a screen shot: It is currently mainly a view to the Mahatma68k CPU, the two CIA-8520’s and the custom chip registers. It […]

First File Release for Mahatma68k

I decided to build a package of the current code in the Mahatma68k repository and upload it with the little example program that comes with it. It can now be found on its project website. I am aware that not everyone likes or knows maven and so I provided an ant build file for the binary […]

Emulating the Motorola 68000 on the JVM

I am currently trying to write an emulator for the Amiga, which is powered by a Motorola 68000 CPU. I initially started in C++, but switched to the JVM, for various reasons: development on the JVM is much faster than in C++ and the performance penalty might be acceptable here compared to other non-native platforms […]