Nintendo 64 emulator. https://nabile.duckdns.org/DotN64
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- The timer interrupt is cleared on writes to the Compare register (see: #6.3.4). - Only software interrupt bits are writable into the Cause register (see: #6.3.6).
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N64, meet .NET.
.N⁶⁴ is a work-in-progress emulator written in C#, the purpose of which is to personally learn more about the low-level aspects of computing.
This project was started thanks to ferris' amazing series called Ferris Makes Emulators, easing the introduction to emulation development with his thorough approach to the subject.
I strive to make the source code as elegant as I can while keeping an eye on performance.
Game code is executed and audio/video interrupts are serviced, which probably cause the OS to save thread states as it switches contexts.
Implement angrylion's RDP core in the short term.
Support expansion devices such as the 64DD.
Please visit https://nabile.duckdns.org/DotN64/docs/ for documentation on this project.