Discuss emulation of the Nintendo Entertainment System and Famicom.
No seller contacted me directly but I heard about one known seller using my work. If anything, the blue screen shows the name of this emulator so people can research it.aquasnake wrote: ↑Fri Nov 20, 2020 6:02 pmSoon after you released this tool, some smart merchants used your works to pack NES ROM and sell them as SNES multi-carts. Some of them crashed due to imperfect emulation. I wonder if the manufacturer of this kind of cartridge has contacted you? If we are using open source products to do business, I think it is necessary to display a blue screen error after the crash and display a "punishment" warning message such as "this cartridge is unauthorized, please refund it from the seller".
Do you mean banks $b0-$b7 for SRAM? I use $b0 for the game's expanded RAM while $b1 is for caching function entry points for the exe. I never access SRAM through mirrored banks so I can use more later if necessary.
Mapper emulation on the PRG side is done by changing the CPU's register DB whenever data accesses are made to $6000-$ffff.