Editor, simulator, console, memory view, hardware view. Basically, it runs, works as intended and you can use it.
What does not
- Help viewer (as a workaround, you can open the .chm file easy68k ships with in a native linux chm viewer, such as kchmviewer)
- Cannot paste anything in editor mode; as a workaround you can edit the source files in a native text editor.
- Kerning of console font is extremely poor; only half the letter disappears if you backspace, and spaces are put in random positions, but it is readable.
- You can freeze the GUI by cancelling any save dialogue that appears automatically (for example, by opening easy68k, clicking the > button on the toolbar, and clicking cancel on the save dialog).
What was not tested
Nothing that I know of.
In previous versions of wine (0.9.55 in particular), updating the GUI in sim68k was irritatingly slow, but this seems to have been resolved as of 0.9.56.
|Operating system||Test date||Wine version||Installs?||Runs?||Used|
|Show||Debian GNU/Linux 5.x "Lenny"||Sep 18 2008||1.1.3||Yes||Yes||Silver||an anonymous user|
|Current||Debian GNU/Linux 5.x "Lenny"||Feb 29 2008||0.9.56.||Yes||Yes||Bronze||an anonymous user|