Dioscuri - modular emulator / News: Recent posts

Move to Subversion (SVN)

As of April 28, 2009, Dioscuri has moved its source code management from CVS to SVN.

The source code can now be reached via
* Hostname: dioscuri.svn.sourceforge.net
* Port: 443
* Protocol: HTTPS
* Repository Path: /svnroot/dioscuri
or
https://dioscuri.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/dioscuri

Please update your SCM client to use these new settings.

The CVS repository has been disabled and will no longer be used.... read more

Posted by Bram Lohman 2009-05-04

Dioscuri 0.4.0 has been released

Dioscuri version 0.4.0 has been released! This version has better support for 16-bit and 32-bit processing. Furthermore, it offers a simple command-line interface which makes it possible to automatically start Dioscuri without user interaction. Also, Dioscuri has become backwards compatible with Java 1.5.

For an overview of the full change history, please check the changelog.

Posted by Jeffrey van der Hoeven 2008-12-18

Dioscuri version 0.3.0 has been released

Dioscuri version 0.3.0 has been released! This version supports 16-bit and 32-bit processing and is capable of running MS Windows 3.0 and other 32-bit applications. The emulated 32-bit CPU is taken from the JPC project with whom the Dioscuri project team has been cooperating. The new features of this release are:

* 16-bit and 32-bit X86-based CPU (real-address and protected mode)
* Added serial mouse support (experimental)
* Added serial port (UART 16550A with COM-ports 1 to 4)
* Fixed minor bugs in modules CPU, DMA, PIC
* Updated GUI... read more

Posted by Jeffrey van der Hoeven 2008-03-05

Dioscuri 0.0.9 released

Dioscuri version 0.0.9 has been released! This is the first public release of Dioscuri and it has the following features:

* 16-bit Intel 8086-based CPU, DMA-support, IRQ-handling
* 1 MB RAM
* Storage devices: floppy, HDD
* Input devices: keyboard
* Output devices: VGA, screen
* System BIOS using Plex86/Bochs BIOS
* VGA BIOS using VGA LGPl’ed BIOS

For an overview of the full change history, please check the changelog.

Posted by Bram Lohman 2007-07-04