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Where can I find the SNES Emulator Development Tool?
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I'm sorry for asking that complicated question, but I've found out, that the SNES used .x65 files as BIOS programs. For example, the SNES Hardware and any Multiplayer 5 program wasn't really compatible with Nintendo's supplied BIOS. Nintendo was giving out to developers years ago, diskettes that included two files. The first was M_CHECK.x65, the other one Multi5.x65. Then there were 6 another files:
TEST.x65
INIT.x65
FONT.x65
MAKE.BAT (This was used to execute these programs)
TEST.ISX (Intrasis Object file. It's a XML file contain Metadata like Definitions of Classes, SubClasses, GeoObjects, Relations, Attributes and Attribute lists and also Data like Objects, GeoObjects, Relations and Attribute values.)
TEST.COM (Command file. It's directly executable and only contains code. It's way smaller than .EXE files)

The M_CHECK.x65 determines whether a multiplayer 5 device is connected to the SNES. The file Multi5.x65 is reading the controller data for player 5.

You were able to assign the following paramters when running the sample program:

Memory map mode: 20 mode
Memory bank to be used: Bank 00, 80H
Use the high speed mode: 3.58 MHz

With the MAKE file you have to run the program using the SNES Emulator Development Tool or the EPROM
evaluation board (1Mbit or larger capacity).

My main question is now:
Is the SNES Emulator Development Tool still available to find in the internet, or is it gone?

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Tarek701 is dead.
I can't speak for the SNES dev tool, but if it's MP5 code you're looking for, I wrote a simple homebrew rom to read in MP5 data, you could take that code and work with it if you wanted.

Download here, compile with xkas.

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Now with extra girl and extra hacker
Originally posted by Noobish Noobsicle
I can't speak for the SNES dev tool, but if it's MP5 code you're looking for, I wrote a simple homebrew rom to read in MP5 data, you could take that code and work with it if you wanted.

Download here, compile with xkas.


Thank you. It wasn't exactly what I was searching for, but this could help.

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Tarek701 is dead.
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