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This is version 3.1 of VICE, the multi-platform C64, C128, VIC20, PET, PLUS4 and CBM-II emulator. This version can be compiled for MSDOS, Win32, OS/2, BeOS, QNX 4.x, QNX 6.x, AmigaOS, Dingoo, Syllable, SkyOS and for most Unix systems provided with the X Window System version 11, R5 or later. The following programs are included: - x64, a C64 emulator; - x64sc, a C64 emulator focused on accuracy; - xscpu64, a C64 emulator with a SuperCPU cart; - x64dtv, a C64 Direct-to-TV (DTV) emulator; - x128, a C128 emulator; - xvic, a VIC20 emulator; - xpet, a PET emulator; - xplus4, a PLUS4 emulator; - xcbm2, a CBM-6x0/7x0 emulator; - xcbm5x0, a CBM-5x0 emulator; - vsid, a SID player; - c1541, a stand-alone disk image maintenance utility; - petcat, a CBM BASIC de-tokenizer; - cartconv, a C64/C128 cartridge conversion program. Moreover, the following documents are provided in both source and binary distributions: - README, this file; - COPYING, the GNU General Public License under which VICE is distributed -- *please read it before using the program*; - INSTALL, installation instructions; - NEWS, list of user-visible changes between this and older versions of VICE; - FEEDBACK, something you should read before reporting bugs or sending mail to any of the authors; The following documents are provided in the source distribution: - in the doc directory: - vice.texi, the complete documentation; documentation in various different formats may be generated from it (vice.txt, vice.pdf, vice.chm, vice.hlp, vice.guide, vice.inf, vice.info) - NLS-Howto.txt, some documentation about Unix NLS support; - iec-bus.txt, overview of the VICE IEC bus emulation; - CIA-README.txt, overview of the VICE CIA emulation; - coding-guidelines.txt, description of VICE coding style - Documentation-Howto.txt, information on how to edit the documentation - Doxygen-Howto.txt, how to generate doxygen documentation - MacOSX-ResourceTree.txt, overview of the Mac OSX resource tree - in the doc/readmes directory: - Readme-DOS.txt, MS-DOS specific documentation; - Readme-BeOS.txt, BeOS specific documentation; - Readme-Amiga.txt, Amiga specific documentation; - Readme-MacOSX.txt, Mac OSX specific documentation; - Readme-OS2.txt, OS/2 specific documentation; - Readme-SDL.txt, SDL specific documentation; - in the doc/building directory: - MSDOS-Howto.txt, how to compile the MSDOS port. - MSDOS-Ethernet-Howto.txt, how to compile the MSDOS port with ethernet support. - OpenWatcom-Howto.txt, how to compile the MSDOS port with open watcom - Win32-Mingw32-Howto.txt, how to compile the Win32 port using ming32 - Win32-Cygwin-Howto.txt, how to compile the Win32 port using cygwin - Linux-Mingw32-Howto.txt, how to crosscompile the Win32 port on linux - MacOSX-Howto.txt, how to compile the Mac OSX port - Minix-Howto.txt, how to compile the Minix port - OpenVMS-Howto.txt, how to compile the OpenVMS port - SDL-Howto.txt, how to compile the SDL port For the latest news, have a look at the VICE home page: http://vice-emu.sourceforge.net/ Also some information that was previously included in the distribution has been moved into our wiki at sourceforge: - The TODO list, http://vice-emu.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/Todo#New_Features - The list of known BUGS, http://vice-emu.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/Todo#Known_Issues New versions are made available quite often, so please stay tuned. Have fun!