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with L99 v1.8.3
with XA99 v2.2.1
added command file interface, see the help file
Download 80 column tests
When using the v38xxxx tests, use the editor assembler module option 5.
When program is started you can try the following keys: [0-3] show screen 0-3,
[+] one scanline up, [-] one scanline down, [enter] display some info, [Q] quits.
Also see the V9938 manual. You can find one here
This is my own written TI99/4A emulator which I use for testing, creating software
and debugging. I started the creation of this emulator since I had Windows-98
and have used it in Windows-NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 7-64,
Windows 8-64, Windows 8.1-64 and Windows 10-64 bit.
All the programs (inclusive the IDE and HDX DSR) I wrote for the TI99/4A are now
all written, compiled (C99), assembled (XA99) and linked (L99) on my PC and
first tested on TI994W. The final test is always done on a real TI99/4A or
Geneve home computer.
- A maximum of 64Kb of RAM. The TI99/4A ROM is also loaded at this space.
- A maximum of 64Kb for GROM
- A Super AMS card with 1Mb of RAM
- The TI-keyboard
- Joystick1 and/or Joystick2
- DSK, DSK1, DSK2, DSK3, PIO/1, (RS232/1 and RS232/2) devices via very facke DSR routines (DSR1000.BIN)
- RS232/1 and HDX1 devices
- DSK, DSK1, DSK2 and DSK3 as a disk on a disk (DOAD)
- IDE1 through IDE8 with none or one to four partitions per device (DOAD)
- TMS9918 VDP with Graphics, Text, Multicolor and Bitmap mode and 16Kb of VDP-ram
- V9938 VDP with all Graphics, Text, Multicolor and Bitmap modes, 128Kb of VDP-ram and 64Kb of expansion-ram
- Cf7a+ as designed by Jaime Malilong (DOAD)
- Banked ROM cartridges with a maximum of 16x8Kb
- Generates sound (borrowed from M. Brentís Classic99)
Ti994w has a build in debugger with witch it is possible to single step in CPU
and GPL mode. It is also possible to dis-assemble code, inspect GROM memory and
inspect or change CPU or VDP memory and add memory locations to a watch window
as byte, word or string.