[arcade] Mame 0.149u1

[4] @ Wtorek, 23 Lipca 2013 23:20CET

[arcade] Mame 0.149u1
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I już kolejna wersja testowa tego megaprojektu arcade. Przyznaje się bez bicią, że binarki są pożyczone z MameWorld, gdzie skompilował MAME użytkownik B2K24 

Power Drift (Sega, 1988). HLSL

Mame 0.149u1 23/07/13

MAMETesters Bugs Fixed

  • 05231: [Graphics] (namcos11.c) tekken2aa, tekken2ab, tekken2ub: There’s a problem with the graphics (hap)
  • 05228: [DIP/Input] (leland.c) cerberus: Player 1's buttons control Player 2's actions; Player 2's buttons do nothing (Fabio Priuli)
  • 03863: [Gameplay] (bking.c) All sets in bking.c: Gameplay doesn't mirror what graphics indicate (hap)
  • 05226: [Crash/Freeze] (mogura.c) mogura: Crashed after playing sound (hap)
  • 04841: [Crash/Freeze] (mpu4.c) m4exotic, m4jflash, m4madmnc, m4mmm, m4przrfm, m4rhfev, m4spinbt, m4xch, m4xs, m4xtrm: [debug] Crash after OK (Robbbert)
  • 05219: [Misc.] (tetrisp2.c) tetrisp2: Priority RAM test fails. (hap)
  • 04466: [Graphics] (tx1.c) buggyboy, buggyboyjr, tx1, tx1a: Graphics totally missed, audio start and suddenly stop (Olivier Galibert)
  • 00419: dragngun: Hang at last boss (David Haywood)

Source Changes

  • arkanoid.c: added Arkanoid hardware documentation [Guru]
  • QT Debugger: Finished up the breakpoints window. [Andrew Gardner] It now shows breakpoints for all CPUs and lets you sort by each field.
  • memory: Fix subunit reconfiguration [O. Galibert]
  • Allow more than one ide controller on the same device [smf]
  • tx1: The prom is accessed at 16bits, so load it as such [O. Galibert]
  • segas16a.c: Removed the wb35a clone set and merged correct rom dumps for the wb35 set by using correct dumps for program roms, tiles and sprites. Added newly created (software derived) 317-0086 key by Chris Hardy & Charles MacDonald. [Brian Troha]
  • meritm.c: Corrected the dipswitch settings for the Pit Boss Superstar III 30 & the Pit Boss Supertouch 30 sets. [Brian Troha]
  • Modernized Konami 007232 sound device [Osso]
  • Modernized Taito PC080SN video device. [Osso]
  • Split hard drive emulation from the ide controller. [smf]
  • ata flash device derives from ide hdd device and adds pccard interface, instead of using an ide controller. [smf]
  • es5510: Preliminary hookup to es5505/5506. Samples are passed through unchanged for now. [Christian Brunschen]
  • Modernized Taito PC090OJ video device. [Osso]
  • Modernized Konami 056800 sound device. [Osso]
  • Build dependencies for files in src/emu [smf]
  • powervr2: Explode the core/ta registers [O. Galibert]
  • powervr2: Fix blc/blic [O. Galibert]
  • neogeo: clean up PVC protection. [Alex Jackson]
  • de_2: Moved Laser War to de_2, as CPU Type 1 and Alphanumeric Type 1 are very much similar to Type 2. de_1.c is no longer needed. Added layout for Alphanumeric Type 3 games. [Barry Rodewald]
  • memory: Need moar tables [O. Galibert]
  • powervr2: Explode the dma registers [O. Galibert]
  • New Savage Quest bios dump, still marked bad as there are still issues however they may be emulation related [Trevor Brown]
  • jackal.c: Corrected rom names and added PCB locations to them. Added correct roms for the bootleg version. [Brian Troha]
  • wd_fdc: Do the on-reset restore slightly differently [O. Galibert]
  • Redumped Savage Quest Hard Disk [Trevor Brown]
  • chdman: -c would only overwrite the amount of compressions defined - part of the default compressions might still have been used [Oliver Stöneberg]
  • treesize in laserdisc CHD was uninitialized when input video had no audio channels [Oliver Stöneberg]
  • m6809: Initially setting S with a 'TFR *,S' evidently should enable NMI [jedwidz]
  • mc6845: Add rudimentary support for 'interlace and video' mode [jedwidz]
  • Dumped S3 video BIOS in Savage Quest [Trevor Brown]
  • Modernized the TC0080VCO and the TC0100SCN video devices [Osso]
  • Modernized the Konami 053252 device [Osso]
  • 1943.c: fix DIPLOCATIONs [Alex Jackson]
  • neocrypt.c cleanup part 1: simplify kf2k3pcb bios decryption, fix some endian issues [Alex Jackson]
  • sec: Fix obvious typo [dgame]
  • Modernized phoenix custom sound device. [Osso]
  • Modernized MSM5232 device. [Osso]
  • chihiro: few updates to the i386 processor and chihiro driver. [Samuele Zannoli]
    • adds lots of mmx and sse opcodes to the i386 processor
    • adds the fcomip x87 opcode
    • adds a "UINT8 *memory(UINT32 &size)" method to the naomi_gdrom_board device that returns the size and a pointer to the decrypted gdrom data (used by chihiro) Then for the chihiro driver:
    • adds basic stuff for the Nvidia audio APU
    • adds the "chihiro curthread" debugger command, shows information about the current active thread
    • adds the "chihiro irq,<number>" debugger command, to generate an interrupt with irq number 0-15 by hand
    • adds more patches to let the software run even if usb is not implemented
    • adds the Chihiro Type 1 baseboard/mediaboard features to let the system load the gdrom games
    • adds incomplete save state support
    • adds support to the Nvidia 3d accelerator to draw primitives where the vertex data is not stored in a vertex buffer but contained in the command stream
  • IDE: Uses one timer instead of anonymous timers, so that resetting the device will stop any outstanding work. BSY is always set when waiting for the busy timer to fire. Implemented DASP & PDIAG functionality, device 1 is detected during reset & if device 1 fails diagnostic then device 0 sets bit 7 of it's diagnostic result. Ide cards now default to 1 hard disk, otherwise device 1 without a chd will cause device 0 to report a controller error (AMIBIOS for example doesn't allow booting from device 0 if device 1 fails). Timing of DASP & PDIAG is set very short because of lack of wait states when accessing ATA bus. Improved SRST functionality, which has meant viper needed to be changed to trigger a hard reset instead of a soft reset. Writes to the command register are now ignored with BSY or DRQ is set (packet devices can accept the DEVICE RESET command but they are not supported yet). [smf]
  • harddriv.c: converted to use modern n68681 device. [Osso]
  • Make the Python scripts line ending agnostic (fixes *IX/OS X build from mamedev.org source zip) [R. Belmont]
  • Modernized TC0280GRD/TC0430GRW and TC0360PRI devices [Osso]
  • DSP16 improvements. [Andrew Gardner]
    • Fixed R=M disassembly
    • Added flag formatting
    • Shadow register is hooked up
    • Opcode & flag fixes
  • toaplan2.c: bgaregga DSW3 really are dipswitches and not "configuration". Also, make bbakraid inputs inherit from very similar batrider [Alex Jackson]
  • Don't crash if pcap can't find a network interface's name [Richard L. Hamilton]
  • RSP SSE optimizations/changes: [MooglyGuy]
    • Fixed load/store opcodes
    • Added SSE versions of the following opcodes: VMADH, VADD, VSUB, VADDC, VSUBC, VCH, VCR, VMRG, VAND, VNAND, VOR, VNOR, VXOR, and VNXOR
  • Modernization of the remainder of taitoic as well as the deco_bac06 device. [Osso]
  • Modernized DECO16 IC device [Osso]
  • Sea Battle: added most of the graphics hardware and I/O [Mariusz Wojcieszek]
  • segas16b.c: Correct rom labels for Tetris (FD1094, 317-0092) set and add Sega rom board ID# [The Dumping Union]
  • i86: modernize 80[1]86 [Carl, Wilbert Pol]
  • Modernize the Konami 037122 device. [Osso]
  • Modernizing the seta01 device. [Osso]
  • Modernization of decocomn device [Osso]
  • Fixes for building MAME with Visual Studio 2013 preview [smf]
  • Modernized some others devices contained in konicdev.c: k007342, k007420, k052109, k051960 and k05324x. [Osso]
  • Modernized the x1_010 device. [Osso]
  • Converted the tmp68301 to a device. [Osso]
  • Added PAL16L8 dump to Commando (Bootleg set 2) [Kevin Eshbach]
  • shangha3.c: Added PCB layout for the Shanghai 3 PCB. [Brian Troha]
  • Improved Williams blitter logic and timing to match tests run on real hardware. [Sean Riddle]
  • lindbergh: Skeleton of a skeleton [The Guru, O. Galibert]
  • Hooked up sprite enable in Air Raid [Angelo Salese]
  • Initial support for Fedora 19 / GCC 4.8.1 [R. Belmont]
  • imgtool/modules/bml3: fix uninitialized variable reported by gcc 4.4.7 [Lord Nightmare]
  • Converted tms34061 to be a device. [Osso]
  • Modernized the following konicdev.c devices (k056832, k054000, k053936, k051316, k051733). [Osso]
  • Toaplan driver improvements [Alex Jackson, Guru]
    • Reorganized hellfire clone sets and improved descriptions:
  • hellfire3 -> hellfire1 "Hellfire (1P set)"
  • hellfire2 -> hellfire2a "Hellfire (2P set, older)"
  • hellfire1 -> hellfire1a "Hellfire (1P set, older)"
    • Reorganized outzone sets and improved descriptions:
  • outzonec -> outzone "Out Zone" (new parent)
  • outzone -> outzoneh "Out Zone (harder)" (former parent)
  • outzonea -> outzonea "Out Zone (old set)"
  • outzoned -> outzoneb "Out Zone (older set)"
  • outzoneb -> outzonec "Out Zone (oldest set)"
    • Fixed dip switches and inputs (after verification of the M68000 and Z80 code) in hellfire and outzone clones
    • Made some more additions and fixed some errors in Stephh's notes
    • Replaced truxton Z80 ROM with correctly sized one
    • Replaced hellfire2a Z80 ROM with correct one from parent set
    • Tagged outzonec Z80 ROM as BAD_DUMP and the set itself as GAME_IMPERFECT_SOUND after discovering that this clone's M68000 and Z80 ROMs are almost certainly mismatched, causing wrong sound effects
    • Corrected Z80 address map (RAM size is only 2KB)
    • Corrected manufacturer name for zerowing2
    • Corrected ROM names in twincobr and clones
    • added correct PROMs to fsharkbla, fixed ROM names, inputs, and improved descriptions of both Flying Shark bootleg sets
    • Added documentation about Twin Cobra PCB and about TMS32010 MCUs used by Toaplan games
    • Removed outdated comments from slapfght.c
  • Modernized two more konicdev devices: 053251 and 054338. [Osso]
  • Split up in their own files the remaining modernized devices contained in konicdev.c. [Osso]
  • Modernized the buggychl_mcu device. [Osso]
  • Modernized the hyprolyb_adpcm device. [Osso]
  • Added ds1204 nvram to Pit Boss Superstar (9221-12-01) [Mariusz Wojcieszek]
  • Converted Seibu CRTC to a proper device [Angelo Salese]
  • meritm.c: Gave each Pit Boss series it's own dipswitches. Filled in what could be determined through game play. Added optional button for some games to Clear High Score or Calibrate Touchscreen. Add documentation about custom (regional) versions of Superstar / Supertouch 30 sets. Changed all Pit Boss series games to use the ZXCVB key layout with N for "play" and M for "raise". [Brian Troha]
  • aristmk5: add GAL dumps [Heihachi_73]
  • CPS-1 update [Team CPS-1]:
    • Fixed striderj, 1941r1 ROMs labels and locations, added documentation and pcb infos to videocps1.c
    • Minor cosmetic reorder
  • Modernized the upd7759 sound chip. [Osso]
  • Modernized trackfld and timeplt audio devices. [Osso]
  • viper.c: redumped wcombat memory card [Shoutime]
  • SH-2 CPU core timing changes [notaz]
    • JMP should be 2 cycles, according to the manual.
    • OR #imm,R0 should be 1 cycle and OR #imm,@(R0,GBR) should be 3 to match the manual and other ops.
  • Modernized the vlm5030 speech synthesizer chip. [Osso]
  • Modernized the irem_audio device. [Osso]
  • Modernized/converted nb1413m3 to a device. [Osso]
  • Merged Cross Shooter (Taito version) with stfight.c HW [Angelo Salese]
  • Assorted code fixes including fixing some m6502 related compiler output, adding a missing dependency for YM3526 and a text change to the "RETURN" menu line. [MAMESICK]
  • Modernized the m72 audio device. [Osso]
  • Moved nb1413m3 configuration to inline config. [Osso]
  • Modernized the k001604 video device. [Osso]
  • remove the 'UNEMULATED PROTECTION' flag from Fighters History, for the first time ever you can actually play it until the end (previously the last 2 bosses would glitch because the protection results were missing) [Charles MacDonald, David Haywood]
  • Fixed dip-switches in Street Fight driver [Angelo Salese]
  • CPS-1 update [Team CPS-1]:
    • Verified dinoj ROMs labels and locations, added documentation and pcb infos to videocps1.c
    • Added CK22B.1A PAL to chikij
    • Added a note to wofr1 and wofa since they could not be original but patched sets coming from desuicided boards
  • Modernized the Beezer sound device. [Osso]
  • Modernized the namco sound device. [Osso]
  • Modernized the TX1, HC55516 and Exidy 440 CVSD audio devices. [Osso]
  • Split up the video devices contained in taitoic.c. [Osso]
  • QS1000 sound core issue now not a mandatory include which allows tiny builds to be built without it. [MAMESICK]
  • Fixed some unknown DIPs and corrected others from manual examinations for lethalj.c [Bad A Billy]
  • Memory system: added endianness to the memory_share class. [Aaron Giles]
  • Tilemap system: numerous changes: [Aaron Giles]
    • Moved remaining legacy macros and typedefs to tilelgcy.h. This revealed a few drivers mixing and matching modern & legcy, which have now been fixed.
    • Changed get info callback signature to no longer pass the user_data pointer, but instead pass a reference to the tilemap object itself. Updated those few drivers using user_data to pull it out of the tilemap object with the new user_data() getter method.
    • Changed get info and mapping callbacks to be device_delegates so that they can be described at config time.
    • Added tilemap_memory object that is used internally for reading/ writing to memory that backs a tilemap. This object is used to track a memory pointer that backs tilemap memory, and also is designed to transparently handle all bus width and endianness associated with reading and writing data in a tilemap.
    • Incorporated two tilemap_memory objects (basemem and extmem) into the tilemap object and added accessors to them, as well as read/write handlers for reading/writing to entries stored in the memory. This means that tilemap get info callbacks can now easily read data out of the tilemap in a generic way.
    • Rejiggered the initialization sequence for tilemap objects so that the tilemap_manager is not required to be present at instantiation.
    • Created a new tilemap_device, which can be used to declare a tilemap in the machine config, and which also is a tilemap object itself. The tilemap device will look for shared memory regions called "<tag>" and "<tag>_ext" and automatically plug them into the tilemap. The device also provides write handlers that can be used to write to the tilemap memory and mark tiles dirty, saving the need for each driver to write their own.
  • Device system: moved required/optional device finders to a new header devfind.h. [Aaron Giles]
  • Atari drivers: removed all playfield and alpha memory and tilemap [Aaron Giles] variables, apart from those needed by atarivc-using games (this will become a device in a future update). Updated all Atari 16-bit drivers to use the new tilemap_device instead, which provides all the needed functionality in a more generic way.
  • volfied.c: Added dipswitch locations to the Volfied sets. [Brian Troha]
  • thepit.c: Added dipswitch locations to The Pit, Round-Up / Fitter, Intrepid and Dock Man / Port Man sets. Gave Desert Dan it's own dipswitches and corrected them based on results of game play. [Brian Troha]
  • suna8.c: Added dipswitch locations to Rough Ranger / Super Ranger, Hard Head, Spark Man, Star Fighter, Hard Head 2 and Brick Zone sets. Correct default settings as per manuals. [Brian Troha]
  • stfight.c: Added dipswitch locations to the Empire City: 1931 / Street Fight sets. [Brian Troha]
  • shanghai.c: Added dipswitch locations to Shanghai and Shanghai 2. [Brian Troha]
  • itech32.c: Some minor corrections of dipswitches. Added a note about the Japanese World Class Bowling trackball input is read at an 45 degree offset compared to normal orientation. [Brian Troha]
  • Data East Protection Work [Charles MacDonald, David Haywood]
    • Complete new Data East 146 emulation based on extensive hardware tests. The following now use a single implementation rather than incomplete per-game implementations
  • Edward Randy (60)
  • Mutant Fighter (66)
  • Captain America (75)
  • Lemmings (75)
  • Robocop 2 (75)
  • Super Shanghai Dragon's Eye (146)
  • Funky Jet (146)
  • Sotsugyo Shousho (146)
  • Nitro Ball (146)
  • Fighter's History (146)
  • Stadium Hero 96 (146)
  • Dragon Gun (146)
  • Lock 'n' Loaded (146)
    • This fixes glitches in Fighter's History and Edward Randy in addition to bringing Super Shanghai to a working state.
    • Similar work has been started for the 104 based games, but no complete table has been derived from real hardware yet.
  • Split the KonamiIC file into individual device files and moved all implementations of each device into those files, started to unify some code between the GX/Non-GX cases in addition to heavy cleanup of variable usage / names. [David Haywood]
  • tms1xxx.c, hcd62121.c, i4004.c, alph8201.c, apexc.c, am29000.c, arm.c, arm7.c, ccpu.c, cop400.c, cp1610.c: Modernized cpu cores. [Wilbert Pol]
  • Fixed Yamaha OPL key scale level orders [Alexey, Phil Bennett]
  • Further observations about how the DVI video roms map on Dragon Gun and playback flags, fixed it not to hang at the last boss due to these for now [David Haywood]
  • psikyo.c: Add dipswitch locations to all sets in the driver. Filled in some unknown dipswitches from Battle K-Road. Moved Region settings into the Game Configuration menu. Added a note about the Free Play mode in the Strikers 1945 sets not working. [Brian Troha]

New games added or promoted from NOT_WORKING status

  • Wonder Boy III - Monster Lair (set 5, System 16A, FD1089A 317-0086) [Chris Hardy, Charles MacDonald]
  • Desert Dan [Alberto Grego, Mariusz Wojcieszek, hap]
  • Super Shanghai Dragon's Eye (Japan) [Charles MacDonald, David Haywood]
  • Pit Boss Superstar III 30 [Mariusz Wojcieszek, Brian Troha, The Dumping Union]
  • Sea Battle [Mariusz Wojcieszek, hap]
  • Hidden Catch 2000 (AT89c52 protected) [any, The Dumping Union]

New clones added

  • Arcadia [system11]
  • Dragon Gun (Japan) [M]
  • Tetris (Japan, H-System) [Alex Meijer]
  • Guardian Storm (Germany) [system11]
  • Super Poker (v100xD03) / Formosa (not working) [any, Luca Elia]
  • P-47 - The Freedom Fighter (Japan, Export) [Porchy, The Dumping Union]
  • Snow Bros. - Nick & Tom (The Winter Bobble hardware bootleg) [Alex Meijer]
  • Mini Boy 7 (set 3) [Brian Troha, Cornishdavey, The Dumping Union]
  • Shanghai 3 (US) [Brian Troha, The Dumping Union]
  • Jackal (World, Rotary Joystick) [ShouTime, The Dumping Union]
  • 3 Wonders (bootleg) [Robbbert, Any, The Dumping Union]
  • Street Fighter Zero (Asia 950605) [Smitdogg, The Dumping Union]
  • Fighter's History (Japan ver 42-03, DE-0395-1 PCB) [Smitdogg, The Dumping Union]
  • Golden Tee 3D Golf (v1.9L) [Brian Troha, The Dumping Union]
  • Pit Boss Superstar (9221-12-01) [Brian Troha, The Dumping Union]
  • Knights of Valour 2 - Nine Dragons (ver 202) [69mustang, iq_132]
  • Speed Up (Spanish bootleg of Pole Position) [Marcos75 (from AUMAP)]
  • Zombie Raid (US & Japan release versions, prototype PCB) [Brian Troha, The Dumping Union]

New games marked as GAME_NOT_WORKING

  • Chaos Breaker (v2.02J) [Shoutime]
  • Giga Wing Generations (v2.02J) [Shoutime]
  • Homura (v2.04J) [Shoutime]
  • Raiden III (v2.01J) [Shoutime]
  • Spica Adventure (v2.03J) [Shoutime]
  • Shikigami no Shiro III (v2.06J) [Shoutime]
  • Raiden IV (v1.00J) [Shoutime]
  • The King of Fighters '98: Ultimate Match (v1.00) [Shoutime]
  • Trouble Witches AC (v1.00J) [Shoutime]
  • Goketsuji Ichizoku: Matsuri Senzo Kuyou (v200906230) [Shoutime]
  • Chase H.Q. 2 (v2.0.6.JP) [Shoutime]
  • Samurai Spirits Sen (v1.00) [Shoutime]
  • Naomi DIMM Firmware Update for CF-BOX (Rev A) (GDS-0042A) [R. Belmont, The Dumping Union]
  • Golden Tee Fore! 2002 (v2.01.04 UMV) [R. Belmont, Smitdogg, The Dumping Union]
  • Golden Tee Fore! 2002 (v2.00.00) [R. Belmont, Smitdogg, The Dumping Union]
  • Carnival King (v1.00.11) [Brian Troha, R. Belmont]
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