I've said it a bunch of times but Windows 10 is effectively free to use in an un-activated state, in any sense that has real consequences. Microsoft isn't going to print you a certificate saying they are glad you're doing it, but it really doesn't require a $120 purchase if all you want is something you can test with. You can download it directly from Microsoft here.tepples wrote:- No $119.99 per seat.
Anyhow, after more hours than I had hoped, I seem to have FCEUX building in Windows x64. It runs games. The debugger seems to work. I don't expect everything to work just yet, but it's already at least minimally viable.
It's an ongoing project, but I've left progress notes at tepples' github issue, and I've created an AppVeyor project for my fork to produce builds as I'm working on it:
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