Fork of https://github.com/openMSX/openMSX to submit patches https://github.com/openMSX/openMSX

Manuel Bilderbeek 84fac54d38 Update Tcl to 8.6.10 4 months ago
.github 5831393f1f Updated GitHub actions to use new output format of version.py 5 months ago
Contrib 7d0b3ddd76 Added example of Coleco inputMap 6 months ago
build 84fac54d38 Update Tcl to 8.6.10 4 months ago
doc a46a81485a Update for final release 16.0. 5 months ago
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src b485443bb7 Serialize period iso frequency for DynamicClock 4 months ago
.gitignore dded6a4c1d Ignore __pycache__ dirs instead of *.pyc 1 year ago
GNUmakefile c834bed98b Process multiple goals sequentially. 13 years ago
README ac26bd011d Change URL to HTTPS 1 year ago
configure d089095d55 Various text-processing stuff 7 years ago
meson.build f4c3b1d2ba Enabled c++17 in make/meson/vcxproj build files 1 year ago
meson_options.txt 26ca603440 Add work-in-progress build definitions for Meson 1 year ago

README

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openMSX - the MSX emulator that aims for perfection
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openMSX comes with a set of HTML manuals that tell what you need to know
to install, configure and run openMSX. You can find these manuals in the
directory 'manual' inside the directory 'doc'. You can read them using
a web browser.

You can read what has changed in this and the previous releases in the
release notes. You can find the release notes of this release in the file
'release-notes.txt' in the directory 'doc'. Highlights of previous releases
can be found in 'release-history.txt'.

All source code and other works that are part of, or distributed with
openMSX are copyrighted by their respective authors. The file 'authors.txt'
contains a list of people who made works for openMSX or contributed works
to openMSX.

Some source files contain a license notice; all other source files are
licensed under the GNU Public License (GPL), of which you can find a copy
in the file 'GPL.txt'. If you got a binary release of openMSX and are
interested in the sources, please visit our home page:
https://openmsx.org/

Happy MSX-ing!
the openMSX developers

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