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EmuCR: higanhigan v106r33 is released. 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:
* Update to v106r33 release.

byuu says:


- nall/GNUmakefile: added `openmp=(true,false)` option; can be toggled
when building higan/bsnes
- defaults to disabled on macOS, because Xcode doesn't stupidly
doesn't ship with support for it
- higan/GNUmakefile: forgot to switch target,profile back from
bsnes,fast to higan,accurate
- this is just gonna happen from time to time, sorry
- sfc/dsp: when using the fast profile, the DSP syncs per sample
instead of per clock
- should only negatively impact Koushien 2, but is a fairly
significant speedup otherwise
- sfc/ppc,ppu-fast: optimized the code a bit (ppu 130fps to 133fps)
- sfc/ppu-fast: basic vertical mosaic support (not accurate, but
should look okay hopefully)
- sfc/ppu-fast: added missing mode7 hflip support
- sfc/ppu-fast: added support to render at 256-width and/or 240-height
- gives a decent speed boost, and also allows all of the older
quark shaders to work nicely again
- it does violate the contract of Emulator::Interface, but oh
well, it works fine in the bsnes GUI
- sfc/ppu-fast: use cached CGRAM values for mode7 and sprites
- sfc/ppu-fast: use global range/time over flags in object rendering
- may not actually work as we intended since it's a race condition
even if it's only ORing the flags
- really don't want to have to make those variables atomic if I
don't have to
- sfc/ppu-fast: should fully support interlace and overscan modes now
- hiro/cocoa: updated macOS Gatekeeper disable support to work on
- ruby: forgot to fix macOS input driver, sorry
- nall/GNUmakefile: if uname is present, then just default to rm
instead of del (fixes Msys)

Note: blur emulation option will break pretty badly in 256x240 output
mode. I'll fix it later.

Download: higan v106r33 x64
Source: Here

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