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What are the best apps to have on your phone while travelling?

I wanna compile a list of the BEST apps, including the best for booking flights, train maps/guides (any country), the best for booking stuff to do etc.
I'll eventually compile them into a list on this page, and plan to sort it by country.
So please, give me some apps!
ALSO, this is probably gonna be a HUGE post. I decided to write down each country so people can just CTRL+F to find their destination. If there are enough for a certain CITY, I'll place it under the country it's in and under a city subheading.
Use CTRL+F and search something like 'eat,' and it'll be included if the app also lets you find/book restaurants. Same for anything else e.g. Booking events, hotels, flights etc.
[EDIT] also tell me if some countries are excluded from these apps, I'll put them on as a sidenote!
and I'm aware there's another app list, but hopefully this one will be more updated and fresh. I also know that some map apps ALSO do transit, but I'll be separating it by main use in each section.
ALSO If any of you disagree with these, tell me why and I'll remove the app e.g. Shitty updates make it unusable.
[EDIT] Sunday Oct 30 2016 - I still update this, so feel free to keep checking for apps!

If you want to find GPS apps, just CTRL+F 'GPS'. They're all tagged.

[EDIT] Tuesday Nov 15 2016 - Quick tip - take a piece of paper with you when you're travelling that has handy key phrases on it e.g. Asking how to get to the bus station, where to find toilets, yes, no, hello etc. Or keep some notes on your phone (in case you lose the paper, but also keep the paper in case your phone runs out of battery).
It would save a lot of time and trouble either trying to get internet to google phrases, or weird hand gesturing that maybe some people would understand, but certainly not all.
[EDIT] December 31st 2016 (HAPPY NEW YEAR GUYS) Adding Aurora notification apps to Iceland and still continuing to add apps along the way as I travel.


  • Maps.me - Offline Map and Navigation | Google Play | Appstore
  • Google Maps - World map and transit. Basically a GPS. Can also download offline maps. | Google Play | Appstore
  • Navmii - Offline Maps, GPS and Traffic app for drivers. | Google Play | Appstore
  • Pocket Earth PRO - World maps and travel guides, works offline WITH GPS and works when abroad with no data roaming charges. Apparently it's GREAT. | Appstore
  • Gaia GPS - Topographical maps for trekking | Google Play | Appstore
  • USE-IT - Crowdsourced city maps. Can use it offline, and it's a cool looking app.| Appstore
  • Waze - GPS, Maps and traffic - helps you find the fastest routes. | Google Play | Appstore
  • Bikemap - Cycling route maps | Google Play | Appstore
  • Skiplagged - Apparently SUPER cheap flights, including 'hidden city' flights that are up to 80% off. | Google Play | Appstore
  • Hopper - Cheap flights, sends you push notification so you don't miss deals | Google Play | Appstore
  • On The Fly - Shop for airfares and find the best prices | Google Play | Appstore
  • Tripit - Puts all of your travel plans in one place. Booking confirmations are automatically saved from your email. Reminds you of bookings, flight times, and transfers it all to your calendar. Shows flight delays too. (this sounds freaking amazing holy crap). | Google Play | Appstore
  • Skyscanner - Flights, Hotels and care hire in one place | Google Play | Appstore
  • KAYAK - Searches travel sites so you can book the cheapest flights, hotels and rental cars | Google Play |Appstore
  • Tripcase - Manage flight itineraries, hotel bookings and car rentals in one app | Google Play | Appstore
  • Gateguru - Covers 204 airports across the US, Canada, Europe, Asia and Australia. Lets you view Tripit and KAYAK itineraries, look at airport security wait times (omg) and view airport services. Google Play | Appstore
  • Tripadvisor - Find lowest airfares, best hotels, restaurants and things to do. You can also book restaurants from this. Also is basically a travel guide. | Google Play | Appstore
  • Triposo - Travel guide - can book hotels, activities and restaurants. Works across 50,000 destinations. People love it. | Google Play | Appstore
  • Booking.com - Hotel Reservations | Google Play | Appstore
  • Couchsurfing - Invade locals all around the world and sleep in their houses |Google Play | Appstore
  • Warmshowers - For touring cyclists who want to sleep in someone's house | Google Play | Appstore
  • Sygic Trip Planner - 500+ Destinations and day by day itinitraries. Navigation works offline, so you won't get lost without internet. | Google Play | Appstore
  • Foursquare - Find attractions and places to eat, shop or visit. Has a HUGEEE userbase with tons of reviews | Google Play | Appstore
  • Culture Trip - Lets you discover local art and culture. It has tons of interesting articles based on any category you pick. Mostly for extra information, but they recommmend places too. | Google Play | Appstore
  • Rome2Rio - Global Trip planner with transport, travel times and fares| Google Play | Appstore
  • Uber - Hail an affordable cab and get a fare estimate before you get in | Google Play | Appstore
  • Evernote - Can write down itinerary, directions, paste pictures (like a travel diary), make tickbox lists, scan important documents etc. and can sync across devices | Google Play | Appstore
  • Trabee Pocket - Manage your travel expenses - you can take a picture of what you spent money on too. |
  • Google Translate - Can download offline dictionaries and translate words/phrases. You can also live translate text by pointing your camera to some text (e.g. a Menu). Google Play | Appstore
  • Duolingo - Quick European language learnin. Actually makes language learning not shit |Google Play | Appstore


  • Deutsche Bahn Navigator - Shows you where bus stops are, shows Train departure and arrival times, when you need to change trains and real-time information. | Google Play | Appstore


  • 9292 - Travel planner for all public transport in Netherlands. Frequently used locations are stored. Can plan trips by train, bus, tram or the metro. | Google Play | Appstore


  • Aurora Alerts Northern Lights - Shows you the probability of northern lights from where you are with hourly predictions (sometimes shows notifications for other places, but a lot of users say it's accurate). | Google Play | Appstore


  • Reykjavik Restaurants - Shows you the best restaurants, bars, cafes (and attractions on the side). | Google Play | Appstore
  • Craving - Shake your phone/choose some food categories and it'll tell you where to go and what to eat ! | Appstore
  • Appy Hour - Shows you all the 'happy hours' in Reykjavik to get discounts on food/drink | Play Store | Appstore





  • Aurora watch UK - Where to watch the aurora from the UK (mostly extreme North of Scotland) | Google Play | Appstore


  • Easy - Taxi, car and ridesharing. Shows fare estimates - basically an Uber for South America | Google Play | Appstore




  • Japan Travel guide by Triposo - Sights, things to do and restaurants with detailed offline maps | Google Play | Appstore


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MAME 0.184 has been released!

MAME 0.184

Well, it’s the last Wednesday of the month, and I hope you know what that means: it’s time for your regularly scheduled MAME release. There aren’t a huge number of new working machines in this release, but there are some significant improvements. Thanks to kazblox, MAME now emulates some of the peculiarities of Famicom clone hardware, and thanks to shattered, emulation of the Agat-7 Apple II clone is improved. Peter Ferrie provided a superior Apple II language card implementation. We’ve got lots of additions to the BBC and PC software lists from Nigel Barnes and darkstar.
We’ve made substantial improvements to some of MAME’s non-emulation features. The -romident verb is now much faster when used on a folder or archive containing multiple files, and will identify ROMs for emulated slot devices that aren’t inserted by default. The -listxml output now includes all linked devices, and is produced at least 30% faster. We’ve also improved -verifyroms so it covers more devices and is faster when verifying ROMs for a subset of drivers/devices.
MAME 0.184 includes support for plenty of newly dumped versions of supported arcade games, including a rare US prototype of Shanghai III, the world release of Super Crowns Golf, a version of Flashgirl that shows the Kyugo logo, a German version of Raiden II, the Japanese release of Radical Radial, and bootlegs of Bomber Man and Phoenix. There are also several new chess computers, and even more Aristocrat Mark V gambler sets. If you’re interested in the TI-8x graphing calculators, it’s now possible to get an emulated TI-82 or TI-85 to communicate with another emulated instance or with a program running on the host computer over a socket.
You can read about the rest of the improvements in the whatsnew.txt file, or grab the source or Windows binaries from the download page to try it out.

MAMETesters Bugs Fixed

  • 04454: [Crash/Freeze] (saturn.cpp) seabass: Black Screen after patents screen (Angelo Salese)
  • 06337: [DIP/Input] (mz2500.cpp) mz2500: The HELP key is missing (einstein95)
  • 06361: [Cheat System] Cartrdige memory accessed directly with cheats will crash MAME (Pugsy)
  • 06492: [Crash/Freeze] (model3.cpp) scud: Crash running scud with -bench 90, regression. (Phil Bennett)
  • 06504: [Misc.] (coleco.cpp) coleco and clones, adam: Wrong device interface name (gordon-fish)
  • 06512: [Graphics] (seattle.cpp) hyprdriv: Occasionally, when the race starting, the 3D graphic objects start to glitch and disappear, game become unplayable (R. Belmont)
  • 06513: [Crash/Freeze] (gba.cpp) gba: Many previously working gba sl_roms now freeze (R. Belmont)

New working machines

  • Ampro Computers Little Board/186 [Carl, Al Kossow]
  • Coleco Quiz Wiz Challenger [hap, Sean Riddle, Rik]
  • Conic Electronic I.Q. [hap, Sean Riddle]
  • CXG Chess 2001 [hap, Berger]
  • Micro Genius IQ-501 [kazblox]
  • Micro Genius IQ-502 [kazblox]
  • Shiny Golds [caius, The Dumping Union]
  • USG/Tandy 2-Player Football [hap, Sean Riddle]

New working clones

  • 2 On 2 Open Ice Challenge (rev 1.2A) [Brian Troha, Sean Sutton, Smitdogg, The Dumping Union]
  • Chesster Challenger (V1.3) [yovan]
  • Dendy Classic 2 [kazblox]
  • Dynablaster / Bomber Man (bootleg, set 3) [Hammy, The Dumping Union]
  • Fidelity Designer 2100 [hap]
  • Fidelity The Excellence (model EP12, set 2) [yovan]
  • Fidelity The Par Excellence (rev. B) [hap]
  • Flashgal (set 1, Kyugo logo) [Corrado Tomaselli, The Dumping Union]
  • Gals Panic (MCU Protected, set 2) [Hammy, The Dumping Union]
  • Granit 'S' [hap]
  • Kishon Chesster [yovan]
  • Milton Bradley Simon (Rev F) [Sean Riddle]
  • NBA Play By Play (ver AAB) [alca]
  • Phoenix (IDI bootleg) [f205v]
  • Radical Radial (Japan) [ShouTime, The Dumping Union]
  • Raiden II (Germany) [caius, The Dumping Union]
  • San Francisco Rush (boot rom L 1.06A) [Andrew Welburn, The Dumping Union]
  • Shanghai III (US, prototype) [coolmod, The Dumping Union]
  • Street Fighter II: The World Warrior (World 910129) [Janniz]
  • Super Crowns Golf (World) [Kevin Eshbach, The Dumping Union]

Machines promoted to working

  • Novag Constellation Forte (version B) [hap]
  • Heathkit H-19 [Mark Garlanger]
  • HP-9845C [f.ulivi, Angus Kueckes]
  • SM 7238 [shattered]

Clones promoted to working

  • Heathkit H-19 w/ Super-19 ROM [Mark Garlanger]
  • Heathkit H-19 w/ Watzman ROM [Mark Garlanger]

New machines marked as NOT_WORKING

  • Alchemist (01J02046, Venezuela) [Heihachi_73]
  • Arizona [PinMAME]
  • Bachelorette Party (BHG1248, US) [Heihachi_73]
  • Caprice Pro-Action Baseball [hap, Sean Riddle]
  • Cowboy 8 Ball [PinMAME]
  • Disco Dancing [PinMAME]
  • Dream Weaver (0200586V, NSW/ACT) [Heihachi_73]
  • Eltec Eurocom II V7 [shattered]
  • Fast Fortune (0100651V, NSW/ACT) [Heihachi_73]
  • Force [PinMAME]
  • Haunted Hotel [PinMAME]
  • Hustler [PinMAME]
  • Jumpin' Joey (0100383V, NSW/ACT) [Heihachi_73]
  • King Kong [PinMAME]
  • Lucky Clover (0300109V, NSW/ACT) [Heihachi_73]
  • Mammoth Money (0100425V, NSW/ACT) [Heihachi_73]
  • Penguin Pirate (0100674V, NSW/ACT) [Heihachi_73]
  • Reel Power (0100400V, NSW/ACT) [Heihachi_73]
  • Rushin Rooster (0100534V, NSW/ACT) [Heihachi_73]
  • Silver Wolf (0100673V, NSW/ACT) [Heihachi_73]
  • Snow Cat (0100405V, NSW/ACT) [Heihachi_73]
  • Soreike! Anpanman Popcorn Factory (Rev B) [ShouTime, Anonymous Donator, The Dumping Union]
  • Space Ship [PinMAME]
  • Subor SB-486 [kazblox]
  • Thor (0200319V, NSW/ACT) [Heihachi_73]
  • Thunder Heart (0200333V, NSW/ACT) [Heihachi_73]
  • Time Machine (LTD, 4 players) [PinMAME]
  • Trick Shooter [PinMAME]
  • USG Programmable Baseball [hap, Sean Riddle]
  • Viking King [PinMAME]
  • White Force [PinMAME]
  • Wicked Winnings (0100553V, NSW/ACT) [Heihachi_73]
  • Wild Angels (0100337V, NSW/ACT) [Heihachi_73]
  • Yukon Gold (03J00191, NSW/ACT) [Heihachi_73]
  • Zoofari [R. Belmont, Sean Sutton, Smitdogg, The Dumping Union]

New clones marked as NOT_WORKING

  • Boot Scootin' (GHG1008-03, US) [Heihachi_73]
  • Cash Cat (0100557V, NSW/ACT) [Heihachi_73]
  • Cash Cat (0100676V, NSW/ACT) [Heihachi_73]
  • The Chariot Challenge (0100787V, NSW/ACT) [Heihachi_73]
  • Desert Bloom (0300111V, NSW/ACT) [Heihachi_73]
  • Dolphin Treasure - Cash Express (AHG1519, US) [Heihachi_73]
  • Dolphin Treasure - Cash Express (AHG1607, US) [Heihachi_73]
  • Griffon (Olympia bootleg of Phoenix) [f205v, The Dumping Union]
  • Harley Davidson (L-2) [PinMAME]
  • Karnov (Japan, bootleg with NEC D8748HD) [The Iron Goat]
  • King Galah (0100536V, NSW/ACT) [Heihachi_73]
  • Loco Loot (0100473V, NSW/ACT) [Heihachi_73]
  • M82 Display Unit (PAL) [kazblox]
  • Magic Mask (AHG1549, US) [Heihachi_73]
  • Magic Touch (0300455V, NSW/ACT) [Heihachi_73]
  • Mine, Mine, Mine (0400115V, NSW/ACT) [Heihachi_73]
  • Money Mouse (0300469V, NSW/ACT) [Heihachi_73]
  • Mountain Money (0100289V, NSW/ACT) [Heihachi_73]
  • Orchid Mist (0100849V, NSW/ACT) [Heihachi_73]
  • Oscar (0100348V, NSW/ACT) [Heihachi_73]
  • OutRun 2 Special Tours (GDX-0014) [Ordyne, The Dumping Union]
  • Penguin Brothers (Japan, bootleg) [Rod_Wod, Team Europe and The Dumping Union]
  • Penguin Pays (0100113V, NSW/ACT) [Heihachi_73]
  • Penguin Pays - Penguin Pucks (EHG1257, US) [Heihachi_73]
  • Penguin Pirate (0200578V, NSW/ACT) [Heihachi_73]
  • Pot O' Gold (U.S. Games, v580F) [deathmock]
  • PPG Waveterm A [shattered]
  • Queen of the Nile (0101139V, NSW/ACT) [Heihachi_73]
  • Queen of the Nile (0101707V, Brazil) [Heihachi_73]
  • Queen of the Nile (04J00784, Venezuela) [Heihachi_73]
  • Queen of the Nile - Cash Express (AHG1525, US) [Heihachi_73]
  • Queen of the Nile - Cash Express (AHG1609, US) [Heihachi_73]
  • San Francisco Rush: The Rock (Wavenet, boot rom L 1.38, GUTS Aug 19 1997 / MAIN Aug 19 1997) [Andrew Welburn, The Dumping Union]
  • San Francisco Rush: The Rock (Wavenet, boot rom L 1.38, GUTS Aug 6 1997 / MAIN Aug 5 1997) [Andrew Welburn, The Dumping Union]
  • Skins Game Tournament Edition [mrsinister]
  • Super Bucks III (0100711V, NSW/ACT) [Heihachi_73]
  • Sweethearts II (0200465V, NSW/ACT) [Heihachi_73]
  • Time Machine (LTD, 2 players) [PinMAME]
  • Thunder Heart (0200334V, NSW/ACT) [Heihachi_73]
  • Tropical Delight (0100269V, NSW/ACT) [Heihachi_73]
  • Time Traveler (set 2) [Ordyne, The Dumping Union]
  • Unicorn Dreaming (0100813V, NSW/ACT) [Heihachi_73]
  • Wangan Midnight Maximum Tune 2 (Export) (GDX-0016) [Ordyne, The Dumping Union]
  • Zephy (alternate set) [PinMAME]

New working software list additions

  • archimedes: Over 20 games and applications [Nigel Barnes]
  • bbcb_flop: Disk User coverdisks, Bad Apple and X-Pansions Elevation demos [Nigel Barnes]
  • bbcm_flop: Enjoy The Silence and Retribution X demos [Nigel Barnes]
  • c64_cass: speakeasy [Dagarman]
  • ibm5150: Bivouac, Chuck Yeager's Advanced Flight Trainer, Double Dragon (5.25", older), EDITEXTE, Indianapolis 500: The Simulation (3.5", newer), Label Magic, Licence to Kill, Multitexte, Pick'n Pile, Prehistorik, PrintMaster Plus, Rockford, Skweek [breiztiger]
  • ibm5170: Adaptec EZ-SCSI 3.1 German, AMouse Driver Disk v7.0, Borland Eureka 1.0, Borland Paradox 3.01 (German), Borland Paradox 4.0 (German, 2 versions), IBM DOS 5.02 (German), MS-DOS 6.22 (German), Windows 3.1 (German), Windows for Workgroups 3.11 (German) [darkstar]
  • megadriv: Tom and Jerry (Jpn) [ElBarto]
  • nes: Magic Kid GooGoo [kazblox]
  • ti74: Maths and Finance cartridges [PockEmul]
  • vic1001_cass: speakeasy (partial dump) [Dagarman]

New software list additions marked as NOT_WORKING

  • ibm5150: Ikari Warriors (alt), First Samurai, JetFighter I: The Adventure, Turbo Driver [breiztiger]

Source Changes

  • Changed games to use 4-way joysticks. [AJR]
    • assault, bagman.cpp (all games except squasitsa), bballs, darktowr, ddungeon, horekid, klax, maddonna, pushman, stoffy, supduck, toffy, trog (trogpa4 prototype uses different inputs)
  • tms1024/tms1025: Added input callbacks and read handler. [AJR]
    • docastle.cpp: Read inputs through TMS1025.
  • hanaroku: Added NVRAM and hopper. [AJR]
  • feversoc: Added coin hopper output (prize hopper doesn't quite work). [AJR]
  • hp9845b: Use standard instance names (and type) for optional ROMs. [AJR]
  • merit.cpp: PSG type is AY-3-8912. [AJR]
  • Converted screen_device VBLANK callback to devcb_write_line. [AJR]
    • Renamed screen_eof_xxx to screen_vblank_xxx in many drivers.
  • lastbank: Added coin counters. [AJR]
  • Added skeleton device for Video System C7-01 GGA. [AJR]
  • taito_z.cpp: Fixed subtle color pen bug in Mexico GP stage for Continental Circus. [Angelo Salese]
  • 8x300dasm: Corrected JMP target addresses. [Barry Rodewald]
  • Work around bug in msys2 C runtime causing garbage on console with DInput controllers. [Brad Hughes]
  • abc80: Converted to scanline based rendering, fixed graphics characters, and fixed sound. [Curt Coder]
    • Genesis Project demos (abcdemo, hiresinv) are now fully working.
  • Ambush: Cleaned up driver state. [Dirk Best]
  • ay8910: Added a write handler for the case of bc1=a0 and bc2=a1. [Dirk Best]
  • blockade: Rewrote driver: [Dirk Best]
    • Removed fake interrupts, rewrote coin handling, corrected CPU type.
    • Used screen raw parameters and generic 8x8x1 gfx layout.
  • popper: Got some meat back onto the bones: [Dirk Best]
    • Made full memory map for main and sub CPUs derived from schematics.
    • Added both DIP switches with proper defaults.
    • Hooked up interrupt generation logic.
    • Decoded character and sprite layout, draw character tilemap.
    • Added raw screen parameters (to be verified).
    • Hooked up inputs and flip screen.
    • Fixed audio hookup.
  • HP9845C improvements: [f.ulivi, Angus Kueckes]
    • Expanded from 1 to 4 I/O slots.
    • Allowed RAM size to be configured with -ram option.
    • Implemented HP-9845C driver (color version of the 9845 range of machines).
    • Improved 9845C lightpen emulation.
    • nanoprocessor: Fixed a subtle bug in interrupt handling.
  • n64 updates: [Happy]
    • Added short delay between RDP full sync and DP interrupt, allowing RSP IRQ to arrive first.
    • Let debugger disassembly windows track RSP PC.
    • Flush RSP DRC cache when SP DMA changes IMEM.
    • Make element selection in vector load/store RSP DRC C functions consistent with other implementations.
    • Fix a minor issue with RDP disassembly listing for Load Block.
  • mips3 DRC : Ensure branch delay slot instruction is not virtual instruction before trying to generate code to add it to the block checksum, fixed FPU register aliasing. [Happy]
  • z80sio: Added i8274/upd7201 variants, refactored interrupts, improved logging. [Joakim Larsson Edstrom]
    • isbc: Changed to use z80sio.cpp i8274 device instead of z80dart.cpp's, removed m1_r() workaournd.
  • fcisio: Added layout and and RS232 configured for terminals on all 8 serial ports. [Joakim Larsson Edstrom]
  • netlist: Added a heap priority queue, fix netlist stats collection, fixed new clang warnings, reduced footprint of extended clock. [couriersud]
  • Decoded popper color PROMs. [Joe Magiera, couriersud]
  • sdk86.cpp: Fixed ROM loading. [Lord Nightmare]
  • pes.cpp: use combined /RS and /WS function since the MCU/CPU can in theory change both lines at once, and since it uses a TMS5220C it does matter in this case. [Lord Nightmare]
  • segas32.cpp: Added uPD7725 DSP with ROM loading to Air Rescue (disabled for now). [Lord Nightmare]
  • upd7725: Added preliminary IRQ support, corrected SI/SO bit order, added SIACK/SOACK registers, fixed save state registration, fixed reset state. [Lord Nightmare]
  • Fixed an off-by-one error when loading upd96050 roms for SNES games. [Lord Nightmare]
  • potgoldu.cpp: Added undumped MCU as NO_DUMP. [Lord Nightmare]
  • konmedal/tsukande: Add clock XTAL definition for the Z80 CPU, divisor is guessed. [Lord Nightmare]
  • Heath H19: Fixed keyboard, fixed handling of enable/disable of 25th line, use internal MM5740 ROM, fixed H-19 with Watzman ROM, fixed Super19. [Mark Garlanger]
  • ti99: Various fixes for TI-99/4 (not A). [Michael Zapf]
    • Added initializations fixing crash on startup, fixed GROM issues (clock turned off too early).
  • geneve: Fixed issue with sector read on HFDC without implied seek (did not check CRC and failed to switch density). [Michael Zapf]
  • ti99/geneve: Made bus mouse now separate device, may also be used with evpc. [Michael Zapf]
  • ti99/geneve: Fixed jerky mouse movement. [Michael Zapf]
  • ti99_8: Fixed debugging for TI-99/8. [Michael Zapf]
  • Softlist/slot improvements: [Nathan Woods]
    • Fixed an issue where device options (e.g. -cart) were reported as unknown when they actually worked.
    • Do more softlist evaluation upfront and use results to drive slot/image setup.
    • Added device_slot_interface::has_selectable_options() to determine whether a particular slot has selectable options.
  • Added a new addrmap.cpp validity check intended to catch AM_REGION declarations not tied to anything meaningful. [Nathan Woods]
  • CoCo: Implemented support for enabling and disabling cartridge-specific sound, made third and fourth floppy drives present by default. [Nathan Woods]
  • CoCo 3: Fixed an issue clearing GIME interrupts (disabling interrupts by writing to $FF92/3 also acknowledges interrupt). [Nathan Woods, tim lindner, Glen Hewlett]
  • 6821pia.cpp: changed int to bool where appropriate, changed macros to static functions. [Nathan Woods]
  • archimedes: Added JFD floppy format as used by JASPP (Archimedes Software Preservation Project). [Nigel Barnes]
  • electron: Added First Byte joystick interface. [Nigel Barnes]
  • Made side effect suppression a machine property. [O. Galibert]
  • Removed direct update handlers: [O. Galibert]
    • a2600, atm (still not working, but less badly), mpf1 (makes step work), mpz80, pentagon, sage2, scorpion, tms32031
  • mb86233: Massive disassembler overhaul. [O. Galibert]
  • arm7ops.cpp: Advance PC on unimplemented opcodes. [Peter Ferrie]
  • apple2: Rewrote language card handling. [Peter Ferrie]
  • apple2: Fixed IIe/IIc self-test regression. [R. Belmont]
  • apple2: Fixed IIe $C800 arbitration, Zellyn/kqumba tests pass now. [R. Belmont]
  • z180: DMA fixes: [R. Belmont]
    • Count of 0 means 0x10000, as with other DMA controllers.
    • Fixed scheduling so burst mode DMA is always serviced immediately with no CPU ops interleaved.
  • gba: Fixed revised copy protection handler to get the right PC (MT6513). [R. Belmont]
  • vp101: Added framebuffer, some inputs, ATA, NVRAM, protection cheat; implemented ATA DMA. [R. Belmont]
  • MIPS: Added initial support for VR5500 and TX4925 CPUs. [R. Belmont]
  • Fixed errors detected by coverity: [shattered]
    • argo, unior, x07: CID: 138563-138565 "Overlapping buffer in memory copy"
    • pc88va: CID: 138607 "Operands don't affect result"
    • peplus: CID: 138606 "Logical vs. bitwise operator"
    • formats/cbm_tap: CID: 138003 "Dereference before null check"
    • machine/hdc92x4: CID: 138631 "Operands don't affect result"
    • machine/roc10937: CID: 138793 "Logically dead code"
  • tosh1000: Hooked up ROM-DOS. [shattered]
  • agat: Split from apple2, implemented basic agat7 hardware. [shattered]
  • sm7238: Implemented double-sized characters and smooth scroll. [shattered]
  • poisk1: Added more ROMs. [shattered]
  • ibm6580: Made memory size configurable and fixed a Coverity finding. [shattered]
  • ie15: Converted to a device with frontends (standalone driver and rs232 slot device). [shattered]
  • debugger: Print octal addresses in the trace if CPU is octal. [shattered]
  • dec_lk201: Added PORT_CHAPORT_CODE where missing. [shattered]
  • wd_fdc: Tagged command names in debug messages. [shattered]
  • Removed tag() argument from logerror() calls in cpu/i86 and floppy code. [shattered]
  • bitgraph: Switched from layouts to rotation flags, fixed keyboard. [shattered]
  • legacy floppy: Fixed floppy_stp_w. [shattered]
  • a7150: De-skeletonized. [shattered]
  • t11 cpu: Emulate MFPT instruction; MOV, CLR and SXT read memory before writing to it. [shattered]
  • hp_ipc: De-skeletonized. [shattered]
  • Commodore LCD: Halved size of character rom region and fixed switching between upper and lower case character sets. [smf]
  • Fixed UPD7725 disassembly. [smf]
  • zorba keyboard: Mapped remaining keys, documented remaining DIP switches, and added notes on MCU program. [Vas Crabb]
  • gotcha/ppchamp/pasha2: Hooked up lamp outputs and add clickable artwork. [Vas Crabb]
  • sun3x.cpp: Hooked up keyboard port. [Vas Crabb]
  • Fixed natural keyboard mapping for vg9k keyboard (and hence UI paste/autoboot). [Vas Crabb]
    • Also fixed key labels and made default mapping match physical layout where possible.
    • The "triangle" key isn't mapped - I don't know what it does or how to test it.
  • Updated GLM to tip of stable branch ( pre-release) - fixes build with MacPorts clang. [Vas Crabb]
  • Make device types self-register: [Vas Crabb]
    • MAME now walks all linked device types for -listxml, -romident and -verifyroms whether they're used or not.
    • Made device_creator a variable template.
    • Removed screen.h and speaker.h from emu.h and centralised instantiations of screen and speaker finder templates.
    • Added basic device validation to -valid checks.
    • Substantially sped up -listxml (at least 30% improvement), -verifyroms, and -romident on multiple files.
  • Fixed crash on excessive command-line arguments, removed long-dead option. [Vas Crabb]
  • ti85.cpp: Convert TI-8x link port to a bus with emulated peripherals, working for TI-82 and TI-85. [Vas Crabb]
    • Tee connector, HLE TI-Graph Link, stereo/mono speakers, and raw signal forwarding socket supported.
  • Fixed new device validation issues. [Vas Crabb, O. Galibert, AJR]
  • triforce.cpp: Fixed Mario Kart 2 ROM loading. [MetalliC]
  • naomi.cpp: Dumped and documented 837-14438 hopper controller board (used by Kick'4'Cash and other SWP games). [big10p, Darksoft, MetalliC]
  • Measured Naomi's MIE MCU speed. [rtw, MetalliC]
  • naomi.cpp: Redumped "Noukone Puzzle Takoron (GDL-0042)" and "Virtua Fighter 4 (Rev B) (GDS-0012B)". [rtw]
  • model1: Added dumped internal TGP ROMs. [Caps0ff]
  • naomi.cpp: New BIOS dumps:
    • "Ferrari F355 Challenge (deluxe, no link)" Export BIOS [Darksoft]
    • "Ferrari F355 Challenge (deluxe, no link)" Japan BIOS [Ordyne, The Dumping Union]
    • "House of the Dead 2" Japan BIOS [Nomax]
  • triforce.cpp: Added security PIC dumps:
    • "Mario Kart Arcade GP 2" [Soyandroid, Darksoft]
    • "Mario Kart Arcade GP" [Soyandroid]
  • taito.cpp: Added program ROMs and corrected title for voleybal. [PinMAME]
  • phoenix.cpp: Dumped/redumped PROMs for some of the bootlegs. [f205]
  • viper.cpp: Added timekeeper dump for code1db. [ShouTime]
  • midwunit.cpp: Redumped "Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3" U2-U5 sound ROMs. [ShouTime]
  • Corrected the main crystal in marineb.cpp to 12MHz as seen in PCB photos, cleaned up clock definitions in galaxian driver, moved ladybugg from galaxold to galaxian driver, use mooncrst_audio for mooncrst in galaxold, made spcwrp use hunchbkg pallette ROMs. [kazblox]
  • nes: Added Magic Kid Googoo board (iNES mapper 190). [kazblox]
  • Save state fixes for i386/pc_vga/cs4031: [moralrecordings]
    • Save cs4031 emulated A20 state, additional i386 attribute registers/flags, and VGA palette configuration.
    • Fixed broken VGA port reads on state load.
    • Fixed enum range check in i386.
  • vicdual: Added nsub gradient simulation (makes black destroyers on the horizon visible). [SailorSat]
  • homedata.cpp: Use 8-way joysticks for Reikai Doushi; added button descriptions and DIP locations. [Bad A. Billy]
  • Fixed softwarelist cart memory cheats by moving cheat file loading to a later point in startup process. [Pugsy]
  • Removed colon from image_interface preventing front-ends from launching ColecoVision software. [gordon-fish]
  • ay8910: Added support for clock frequency changes. [tim lindner]
  • chihiro.cpp: Redumped Ollie King (GDX-0007). [Ordyne, The Dumping Union]
  • konamigx.cpp: Corrected two ROM names and redumped sound ROM for Rushing Heroes. [Smitdogg, The Dumping Union]
  • Updated hiscore.dat. [Leezer]
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