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EmuCR: higanhigan v103r18 is complied. higan (formerly bsnes) is a Nintendo multi-system emulator that began development on 2004-10-14. It currently supports the following systems:
- Famicom
- Super Famicom
- Game Boy
- Game Boy Color
- Game Boy Advance

higan also supports the following subsystems:
- Super Game Boy
- BS-X Satellaview
- Sufami Turbo

higan Changelog:
- tomoko: improved handling of changing audio devices on the audio
settings panel
- ruby/audio/wasapi: added device enumeration and selection support¹
- ruby/audio/wasapi: release property store handle from audio device
- ruby/audio/wasapi: fix exclusive mode buffer filling
- ruby/video/glx2: ported to new API -- tested and confirmed working
- ruby/video/sdl: fixed initialization -- tested and confirmed working
on FreeBSD now³
- ruby/video/xv: ported to new API -- tested and mostly working great,
sans fullscreen mode⁴


- accidentally changed "Driver Settings" label to "Driver" on the
audio settings tab because I deleted the line and forgot the
"Settings" part
- need to use "return initialize();" from setDevice() in the WASAPI
driver, instead of "return true;", so device selection is currently
not functioning in this WIP for said driver

¹: for now, this will likely end up selecting the first available
endpoint device, which is probably wrong. I need to come up with a
system to expose good 'default values' when selecting new audio drivers,
or changing audio device settings.

²: glx2 is a fallback driver for system with only OpenGL 2.0 and no
OpenGL 3.2 drivers, such as FreeBSD 10.1 with AMD graphics cards.

³: although I really should track down why InputManager::poll() is
crashing the emulator when Video::ready() returns false ...

⁴: really bizarrely, when entering fullscreen mode, it looks like the
image was a triangle strip, and the bottom right triange is missing, and
the top left triangle skews the entire image into it. I'm suspecting
this is a Radeon driver bug when trying to create a 2560x1600 X-Video
surface. The glitch persists when exiting fullscreen, too.

If anyone can test the X-Video driver on their Linux/BSD system, it'd be
appreciated. If it's just my video card, I'll ignore it. If not,
hopefully someone can find the cause of the issue :|

Download: higan v103r18 x86
Download: higan v103r18 x64
Source: Here

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