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O-bake
Posted on 10-28-15 09:48 AM, in blargSnes -- SNES emulator for the 3DS Link | #583
Yes. Thank you for working on this one.
Many devices already emulate SNES, but SNES on the 3DS just feels right. I enjoy it much more compared to the PSP, for example.
The retroarch project sounds intriguing, although SNES emulation is still way too slow on my o3DS.
Maybe you could contribute to the retroarch project? Other cores could probably benefit as well.
But obviously, that's not my decision to make...

O-bake
Posted on 10-28-15 05:05 PM, in blargSnes -- SNES emulator for the 3DS Link | #590
Posted by StapleButter
What does Retroarch's policy say regarding usage of ASM or non-portable things in emulator cores?

Honestly, I don't know. But retroarch gets optimized system-specific. It is running on a several systems with quite different hardware (Mac/PC, PS3, Wii, iOS, PSP, 3DS...)
So there have to be very specific optimizations. However, I am not involved in the project. I am just an enthusiastic user.

For progress regarding the 3DS port I follow this thread:
https://gbatemp.net/threads/retroarch-emulation-thread-nightly-builds-included.400913/

As far as I know, the user 'aliaspider' is doing the main work for the 3DS port right now and asks for feedback a lot in this thread. (n.b.: the thread was restarted a few days ago and there is a 200+ page older thread in the forums).

O-bake
Posted on 01-25-16 11:04 AM, in blargSnes -- SNES emulator for the 3DS Link | #911
I am not sure if I got this right: Does everyone needs to do this firmware/DSP-dump or just people with a fw greater than 9.2?
Anyways, thank you guys for still working on this...much appreciated!


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