Got a life, have a big website project to attend, I've not stopped or runned away, the code is there, I just don't feel like spending time rewriting parts of it in SuperH lately (like, in the last 2 years or so ^^
Do you think the Saturn was powerful enough to emulate an SNES at full speed?
I still do. But not in raw C like I was doing. Stuff like DMA and graphics are almost correct, but the CPU code was too slow.
Also how did you test your code? Did you have to burn the game everytime
Not actually. I used Daemon Tools and SSF between builds. Every now and then I made a burn to the CD, to check the speed on the real deal.
I wouldn't mind working on the project, unless it entails burning a cd every time I compile some code...I'm looking for some open source C code for an emulator I could play around with. Any suggestions? Later.
My project is not for the faint of heart or new at coding. It has very long, anoying and buggy portions that elude me.
As for open-source emulators... there are quite a few out there. Look for them in sourceforge, make a google search.
But take for sure that in pure C, not even simple Z80 emulation runs at full speed in hte Saturn.