- Author: Richard Bannister
Generator was developed as a college project by James Ponder as a mechanism for evaluating techniques for optimized processor emulation. To that end, it provides surprisingly fast performance for an emulator with no assembly code in it, using tricks such as block marking and redundant flag calculation removal.
- Support for both standard sound chips (YM2612 and SN76489).
- Two different video rendering modes; one for speed, one for accuracy.
- Support for both SMD and BIN format files.