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Fuse

The Free Unix Spectrum Emulator (Fuse) is an emulator of the 1980s home computer and various clones. It emulates the Spectrum 16K, 48K, 128K, +2, +2A, +3, +3e, and SE, the Timex TC2048 and TC2068, the Pentagon, and the Scorpion. Almost all the common Spectrum emulator file formats are supported, including .rzx input recordings, .tzx tape images, and .szx and .z80 snapshots.

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  •  14 Jan 2009 22:10

    Release Notes: This release fixes one major issue: loading acceleration did not work on some compilers due to a coding error. There are also a number of minor bugfixes.

    •  10 Dec 2008 21:17

      Release Notes: This release fixes two critical issues in 0.10.0: overwriting an existing file no longer causes corruption, and all required header files are now included in the distribution.

      •  03 Dec 2008 21:19

        Release Notes: Highlights of this release include much improved upd765 emulation, loading acceleration, automatic saving, and improved Win32 and widget user interfaces.

        •  08 Jan 2008 14:47

          Release Notes: This release features +D emulation and much improved Western Digitial FDC emulation, as well as a working port to Win32.

          •  11 Apr 2007 11:47

            Release Notes: The loader was improved so that the emulator automatically runs at full speed while a loader is in progress. the tape is automatically started and stopped when the start or end of a loader is detected. The screen rendering code was improved, and is now character accurate rather than line accurate. RZX "rollback" support, DivIDE support, and TS2068 support were added. Interface I and microdrive emulation were added. Kempston mouse emulation was added.

            Recent comments

            04 Dec 2008 10:48 pak21

            Re: fuse vs. fuse


            > It's a bit unfortunate that the name

            > "fuse" also refers to the

            > well-known and popular "Filesystem

            > in Userspace" project.

            >

            > The funny part is that the author of the

            > other "fuse", namely

            > Miklós Szeredi, is also the

            > author of "spectemu", another

            > Spectrum Emulator.

            Yeah, I know. I had the name first, so it's clearly Miklós that should change the name of his Fuse :-) More seriously, I don't think there's too much danger of confusion, so I'm not going to worry about it...

            03 Dec 2008 23:00 egmont

            fuse vs. fuse
            It's a bit unfortunate that the name "fuse" also refers to the well-known and popular "Filesystem in Userspace" project.

            The funny part is that the author of the other "fuse", namely Miklós Szeredi, is also the author of "spectemu", another Spectrum Emulator.

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