- 68k CPU emulated using the Castaway 68k emulator.
- GUI implemented using the
Simple Directmedia Layer (SDL).
The SDL has been ported to many platforms, most notably to Unix/X11 and Win32.
- Supports all Atari ST(tm) video modes.
Pixel doubling for resolutions smaller than 640x400.
- Configurable screen refresh rate and system timers.
- Configurable RAM size
- Supports TOS versions 1.0, 1.2, 1.4 and
- Floppy drive support. Access to either the floppy drive (/dev/fd0), or
virtual drives (FAT12 file system image files). Support for single-sided,
double-sided, double density or high density floppies.
- Floppy disk images. The distribution contains an example disk images, and
a tool to create an empty disk image.
- TOS ROM image. The distribution floppy disk image contains a program to copy
version 1.x ROM contents to disk. Copy this program to a real DD floppy disk,
search the attic for your old faithful ST, dust it, crank it up and get a ROM
image. Or go for EmuTOS.
The distribution does not contain a ROM image.
- SDL runtime. The distribution contains a (possibly outdated) version of the
SDL runtime library. Get SDL runtime libraries
- No YM2149 sound chip emulation.
- No serial and parallel ports.
- No Joysticks.
- Monochrome monitors are no longer supported, as the support for 1
bit-per-pixel framebuffers has been discontinued. (Don't read this wrong:
monochrome mode works, as monochrome can be displayed nicely on
a color monitor, thank you!)
See the list of non-features for possible topics of improvement.
Contact me at Sourceforge.