VICE 1.21 released

Date 10-Mar-2007 17:36:39
Topic: Announcement

Version 1.21 of VICE, the Versatile Commodore Emulator, has been

VICE emulates the Commodore C64, C128, VIC20, PET 8-bit computers,
PLUS4 and the CBM-II (aka C610).

Most important changes since the last version include:

* Changes in VICE 1.21

** General

- Added sound recording support.

- Added aiff, iff, mp3 and wav sound dump drivers.

** C128 changes

- Added digimax support.

- Fixed some minor VDC graphics bugs.

** C64 changes

- Added MMC64 support.

- Added digimax support.

- Added Action Replay III support.

- Improved compatibility of TFE emulation.

** PET changes

- Added SID cartridge support.

- Extended the PET REU emulation to include 512/1024/2048KB.

** PLUS4 changes

- Added SID cartridge support.

- Fixed some minor TED graphics bug.

** VIC20 changes

- Added SID cartridge support.

** Drive changes

- Added support for Dolphin DOS 2 & 3 and Professional DOS 1571.
The GUI is partially missing, command line switches have to be used.

** AmigaOS changes

- Fixed some UI dialog bugs.

- Added Hungarian translations.

- Added more (previously missing) UI elements.

- Added native MorphOS icons.

- Fixed for native AmigaOS4 compile.

- Added VBCC build scripts.

- New experimental ppc-warpos port.

- New experimental ppc-powerup port.

** Miscellaneous changes

- Fixed the setting of illegal filenames.

The VICE 1.21 AmigaOS page is at

The WarpOS and PowerUP ports are experimental (and maybe unstable), feedback
on the working of these ports is appreciated.

Signed, Marco van den Heuvel.

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