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#1 vanhoa

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Posted 03 May 2007 - 09:04 AM

I fell really bored with the Casio comunity, it isnt only small, but not much people expect the things someone do for all... I release my final project for Casio: GnuBoy - Game boy emulator, This public version's quite slow (about 2-5 times slower than the real one) but the never-public version run about 1.5-2 times faster than the real one, you will find a way to switch between 2 versions in the source code. You shouldnt try Tetris, Mario... But you can playgames like Pokemon, FinalFantasy... It emulates quite well including grayscale graphic and rtc(...). Full source code included, you can rewrite this in asm to make it even better (3-5 time faster than real one for example).

link: http://esnips.com/ns...48-941f5c127c9c

I may back if i found a good reason for coming back.

Goodbye All,

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Posted 03 May 2007 - 09:27 AM

Why dont you release the 2-time-faster version? :profanity: A competion for us :unsure:

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Posted 03 May 2007 - 09:37 AM

How to compile that source code? I tried with VC++ 6.0 but alway got error.

(Sorry my English is bad)

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Posted 03 May 2007 - 03:19 PM

I guess I have to say something here, and I'm sure that I'm not the only one here thinking like that - several other people already tell you the same kind of things.
Anyway I'll try to say it again, in a very comprehensible way, because you do not seem to understand what people think.

There is something that you MUST understand: nobody want to use a program with bad quality, even if it is based on an excellent idea.
Even if you have a great idea, you must take care of the quality.

This is a general rule; you will have to respect it anywhere you go. Don't expect the people outside of the Casio Community to be different from here.
By the way, you say that this community is small (and this is true), but don't think that with a bigger community you would have more fans for your programs! Look at the TI Community for example: there are plenty of people there, and a bunch of talentuous programmers. Try to release your programs there as you do here: you would be kicked out in no time. They do not need programs which were written in a couple of days and which are incomplete or full of bugs; there are enough better programs coming from some more experienced programmers in the community.

We tried to explain this to you several times, but you keep acting on your own without taking care of the real needs of the people.
A good programmer must be able to create the programs that people are dreaming to have, not what he wants to make himself. Otherwhise, he will just write programs for himself, and he will be the only one thinking that his programs are perfect.

The way you released your gameboy emulator illustrates this perfectly. You think that the idea of GB emulator is excellent (and you are certainly right), thus you think that you can place some "barriers" against interested users, like a website which requires registration or a hack that people must unlock in your code: people want this, so they will have to pass trough it.
Sorry, but no. Personnaly I'm not interested in a program which is certainly full of bugs or gaps because it has been ported in a couple of days without any preliminary beta versions. And I'm sure I'm not the only one with this opinion.

A good concept does not make a good program. Try to keep that in mind.
And also don't think that you are the only one able to find some revolutionnar ideas... :rolleyes:

And actually it is not a real bad idea to go see what people say in other places, I'm sure you will find some other communities where people will tell you exactly the same thing as us :P

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Posted 03 May 2007 - 03:46 PM

I'm not a programmer.
I'm not a member of any programming comunity.
I'm only a student, no more no less.

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Posted 03 May 2007 - 06:08 PM

Hi, How can i compile the source code?

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Posted 03 May 2007 - 06:24 PM

The way you released your gameboy emulator illustrates this perfectly. You think that the idea of GB emulator is excellent (and you are certainly right), thus you think that you can place some "barriers" against interested users, like a website which requires registration or a hack that people must unlock in your code: people want this, so they will have to pass trough it.


Esnips doesnt require any hack and i'm not sure if it requires registration.

Sorry, but no. Personnaly I'm not interested in a program which is certainly full of bugs or gaps because it has been ported in a couple of days without any preliminary beta versions. And I'm sure I'm not the only one with this opinion.


If you can find any real bug in this emu, I will come back to debug it or do whatever you want.

Hi, How can i compile the source code?



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Posted 03 May 2007 - 08:39 PM

Bye Vanhoa :rolleyes:

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Posted 04 May 2007 - 09:43 AM

So how can you download the GB emu?

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Posted 04 May 2007 - 04:20 PM

I like this emulator ;) I can play Mario (I cant win the level 3 :((), Final Fantasy, Doraemon,...

Is there any one know a place to download Zelda ROM that can be play with this emu? I tried with some 256-k Zelda but the CP memory isnt enouph, I think that vanhoa limit the ROM size to 128k, in my 89 I can play Zelda which archived, can CP do that?

It would be better if vanhoa can public his "never-public version" :D

So how can you download the GB emu?

link: http://esnips.com/ns...48-941f5c127c9c

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Posted 04 May 2007 - 09:52 PM

what is the password to open the rar file?
i tried "vanhoagnuboy", "vanhoagameset", "gnuboy",... but always came the message, that I have the wrong password.
please help

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Posted 04 May 2007 - 10:04 PM

This public version's quite slow (about 2-5 times slower than the real one) but the never-public version run about 1.5-2 times faster than the real one, you will find a way to switch between 2 versions in the source code.

That's ridiculous. Sorry for the crude language, I tried to find a more polite word, but I can't.
If you are free to do such things, I may also claim: "I have ported OpenGL and Half-Life to ClassPad; my new add-in runs 2000 times faster than the original PC program, but I won't release that turbo version because I'm a big programmer, and I don't like you, forumers". Come on, that's really ridiculous.

Sorry, but no. Personally I'm not interested in a program which is certainly full of bugs or gaps because it has been ported in a couple of days without any preliminary beta versions. And I'm sure I'm not the only one with this opinion.

No Orwell, you are not the only one who has such an opinion...
Btw, I remember that one month ago, vanhoa said "goodbye", but he posted a lot after that.

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Posted 04 May 2007 - 10:13 PM

I've mail to van_hoa_2006 AT hotmail.com and got a replie:

Hi The Lengendary Wind (a strange nickname :P),

I got some problem at my school so i cant continue programming.

I'm sorry that i forgot to tell every body that the pass is vanhoa, plz got every body know that and tell them i'm really sorry.


But i know the password from yesterday:D It's easy to crack

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Posted 05 May 2007 - 07:30 AM

That's ridiculous. Sorry for the crude language, I tried to find a more polite word, but I can't.
If you are free to do such things, I may also claim: "I have ported OpenGL and Half-Life to ClassPad; my new add-in runs 2000 times faster than the original PC program, but I won't release that turbo version because I'm a big programmer, and I don't like you, forumers". Come on, that's really ridiculous.

No Orwell, you are not the only one who has such an opinion...
Btw, I remember that one month ago, vanhoa said "goodbye", but he posted a lot after that.

Man, give the guy a break! He is porting over applications. Lots of people do this, and most of them don't fully understand the original code enough to debug it, nor do they have to. Personally I think a Gameboy port is a really cool thing. Thanks vanhoa!

The only thing I'll say is vanhoa should list it as a beta when he first releases a port. He should also reference he original work.

vanhoa, if you port a cool program that people get excited over, then you should be prepared to fix the bugs (some of which are in the port, not the original program). Nobody wants to start using a program, discover it has a serious bug, and find out its a dead end and won't be fixed. You don't have to fix all the bugs yourself. You can release the source code (which includes your porting code) and give someone else the change to fix the bugs. ;) At least then it wouldn't be a dead end. BTW, thanks for including the source with GameBoy emulator. :)

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Posted 05 May 2007 - 10:26 AM

I've edited vanhoa's emulator. download it here: http://www.hostingda...0576f958c3955c7

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Posted 05 May 2007 - 10:33 AM

I've edited vanhoa's emulator. download it here: http://www.hostingda...0576f958c3955c7

The first thing you should do would be to explain exactly what you changed from his version <_<

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Posted 05 May 2007 - 10:48 AM

I was worry about the hard keys when play games so i added the on-screen-buttons, I think it's good for playing RPG-style games like Final Fantasy...

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Posted 06 May 2007 - 05:01 AM

Why didnt he make it store the ROM file in RAM??? Isnt that faster?

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Posted 06 May 2007 - 07:48 AM

Why dont we "overclock" the CPU of ClassPad to make the emu faster? SH3 is almost "hacked" by Linus :D
http://linuxsh.cvs.s...freq.c?view=log

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Posted 06 May 2007 - 06:23 PM

I fell really bored with the Casio comunity, it isnt only small, but not much people expect the things someone do for all... I release my final project for Casio: GnuBoy - Game boy emulator, This public version's quite slow (about 2-5 times slower than the real one) but the never-public version run about 1.5-2 times faster than the real one, you will find a way to switch between 2 versions in the source code.
...
I may back if i found a good reason for coming back.


First of all don't boast that you made a faster version. I highly doubt that. You don't know how to program in assembly.

Next, Orwell and PAP are correct. Other communities agree with them. If you looked at CasioKingdom, we had a contest and vanhoa got last place. While looking around CasioKingdom, I found that Menno said that your programs have bugs and should be more helpful to the community by explaining a bit more instead of your one-sentence posts. But then you abruptly say, "I don't care what people think". Maybe if you actually cared about the problems in your programs, then people wouldn't have to complain.

I'm going to take a stab at this, but could The Legendary Wind actually be vanhoa?

How to compile that source code? I tried with VC++ 6.0 but alway got error.
(Sorry my English is bad)
...

Hi, How can i compile the source code?
....
I've edited vanhoa's emulator.


What the ....!?!?! You somehow can't figure out something as simple as how determine what's the correct compiler and then you somehow know how to modify and decipher code? And then you know how to crack RAR files? It takes a long time to brute force a RAR archive, even if the password is 6 characters. And then below, you know some technical stuff as that a ClassPad uses SH3? This isn't consistent. You act dumb for one instant then you, but then all of the sudden The Legendary Wind is coming up with all these posts? Also there are other things that lead to my suspicion:

* How do you have the TI-nSpire Pre-Release version Lengendary Wind? You say that your "English is bad", so that means you probably don't live in North America, which to my info is the only place where you could get it by paying over $200 to attend a teachers workshop and recieve the TI-nSpire, ViewScreen, etc... I'm highly certainly sure you don't have a TI-nSpire. But a while ago vanhoa was showing some interests in the TI-nSpire and he also mentioned ticalc.org which is where info about the pre-release was mentioned, look at them for proof: http://www.casiocalc...c...ost&p=39595.

* Both vanhoa and The Legendary Wind have a similar way of speaking. For example they both don't make efficient use of apostrophes '. When both are asked to give a link, they usually say: "link:". Comparing vanhoa's and The Legendary Wind's list of calculators, the + sign is spaced out in both.

* The time at which both the Legendary Wind and vanhoa posts on the forum and are active match up.

I think I have presented enough proof already...

Why dont we "overclock" the CPU of ClassPad to make the emu faster? SH3 is almost "hacked" by Linus :D
http://linuxsh.cvs.s...freq.c?view=log


This sounds so familiar. I've heard this somewhere before...

A while ago, vanhoa was arguing with me that it's impossible to overclock the CPU of the fx-9860 on MSN and here on the UCF:

http://www.casiocalc...c...ost&p=39694

Well, I eventually figured out how to speed up the CPU of the fx-9860. vanhoa still kept saying that "overclocking" is dangerous. A few weeks passed by, then vanhoa asked me if I could give him the source code of CPUSPEED so he could make his Owbasic interpreter better for his selfish needs.

22/04/2007 10:16:41 AM nguyen van to kucalc I should turn back to my CP interpreters
22/04/2007 10:16:48 AM kucalc to nguyen van Ok.
22/04/2007 10:16:57 AM nguyen van to kucalc but
22/04/2007 10:16:57 AM nguyen van to kucalc i want to ask
22/04/2007 10:17:12 AM nguyen van to kucalc can you give me your Over-Clocking source?
22/04/2007 10:17:24 AM kucalc to nguyen van What do you mean?
22/04/2007 10:17:42 AM nguyen van to kucalc the Over-Clock addin of FX 9860
22/04/2007 10:17:48 AM nguyen van to kucalc i want to test on a CP
22/04/2007 10:19:05 AM kucalc to nguyen van We will see.



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Posted 07 May 2007 - 02:09 AM

Yes, TheLegendaryWind is just a test acc about what people think about my leaving.
But it seems that noone cares about my leavig so now i can really leave.
About overclock, I may do it, I've met a professer of <{GNULINUX}>, he will help me.
About the faster version of GB, it's really can be faster, the origional version (PV version) is really faster than this, the man who ported GnuBoy to PV told me that he made the source he sent me is slower than his source, he just want to test if I can understand the source and I did it.
And now, after seeing what happen i really want to leave, 2072, plz:
  • Delete vanhoa and legendary_wind
  • Lock acc vanhoa (noone else can register that name)
  • Block every register from my I.P.
Thanks,

@CFX_Master: I dont want to realtive to Casio any more, so I may not public the cracked version

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Posted 07 May 2007 - 03:04 PM

You're really boring...
You seek so that everyone consider you as god for your add-ins, and you aren't able to make one by yourself. And now you change your name to try the other to have pity for you...
We dont need you! so go away and don't forget to come back and say us a word for christmas!
bye and have fun!!!

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Posted 07 May 2007 - 07:02 PM

now i can really leave.

And now, after seeing what happen i really want to leave, 2072, plz:

  • Delete vanhoa and legendary_wind
  • Lock acc vanhoa (noone else can register that name)
  • Block every register from my I.P.


I dont want to realtive to Casio any more


Fine. Leave, we won't miss you. Finally I can work again on my programs again without fearing you'll steal my project ideas.

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Posted 08 May 2007 - 03:46 AM

If you can find any real bug in this emu, I will come back to debug it or do whatever you want.

How about making it so it doesn't crash as soon as you try to run it on OS 3.0? I think OS 3.0 has less RAM available.

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Posted 08 May 2007 - 02:54 PM

I can't block registrations from your IP, because you are using a pool of ip from your ADSL operator (other persons could use those IPS)

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Posted 09 May 2007 - 10:50 AM

I found a bug in the GnuBoy!
I've played the game Bubble Bobble and wanted to change the keyboard settings.
Suddenly a fatal error occurred:
Target: 5C03FD90
PC: D0043708
So the GnuBoy have any real bug. <_<
Maybe it's pedantic but we should search for bugs this way... :nod:

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Posted 09 May 2007 - 11:19 AM

Don't ask vanhoa, ask the real author of this program. :)

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Posted 09 May 2007 - 11:25 AM

But I don't know who it is...
I thought it's originally for the Pocket Viewer.

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Posted 09 May 2007 - 12:05 PM

Gnuboy is for PC.

Wiki: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gnuboy

source: http://brightrain.ae...cx/~laguna/src/
Dos Binaries: http://brightrain.ae...cx/~laguna/dos/
Windows Binaries: http://brightrain.ae...laguna/windows/

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Posted 09 May 2007 - 12:40 PM

what an answer :roflol:.. the program creator is going around here

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Posted 10 May 2007 - 12:29 PM

He is going around here? Do you mean it's a ghost? :roflol:
joke!
Who is it?

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Posted 10 May 2007 - 01:55 PM

I'm not the origunal author, but if you emulate GameBoy, you should know GnuBoy - a good and portable opensource project. (just google with "Gamboy emulator","GnuBoy",...)

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Posted 11 May 2007 - 10:18 AM

Vanhoa is the best transmitter and compiler of program.
I love him for this not as a Programmer.
It is not needed to be programmer to do great jobs!
Sorry for my poor english.

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Posted 11 May 2007 - 10:51 AM

Porting a program using its source code is very easy. Everyone can do that. And porting a PV program is still easier, since PV and CP have both the same CPU. <_<

I needed half an hour to port Grav to CP, but didn't release it because I wanted to rebuild it completely to implement a level editor, larger maps, etc...

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How about Kartingz? I havent seen any racing-game-addin for ClassPad, can you port it? Or do a racing addin for ClassPad, thank a lot.

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Posted 11 May 2007 - 02:42 PM

The link doent work, please help :profanity:

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Posted 11 May 2007 - 03:13 PM

Vanhoa spend time on his ADD-ins even they are easy to do!
He is really energetic and overactive.
We should Guide him to Proper Destination.
It is a pity to lose such a boy!

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Posted 12 May 2007 - 12:36 AM

Sorry to hear that you are leaving Vanhoa. I will be sad to see you go even though I havent been here long you seem to make many many games and I appreciate your efforts. But I can't seem to get this darn thing to work but I would really like to make it go!
When I click on your link to 'esnips' (http://esnips.com/ns...48-941f5c127c9c) I get redirected to this page (http://esnips.com/usersignin/index.jsp). I have signed up to esnips so I could download it and then I log in but go to my HomePage and can't find the file (http://esnips.com/HomeAction.ns). I found out the password is 'vanhoa', thanks for letting us know.

I've edited vanhoa's emulator. download it here: http://www.hostingda...0576f958c3955c7

I downloaded this and put it on my calculator. Then I opened it in my Classpad and it came up with something like 'fatal error: push menu' so i clicked on the sign that had popped up and it went away and there was a blank screen (with some words up the top and lines down the bottom) but I couldn't do anything and I could only exit it. What do I need to do to play games on it? Do I need to download the seperate files?

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Posted 12 May 2007 - 10:33 AM

Vanhoa spend time on his ADD-ins even they are easy to do!
He is really energetic and overactive.


Well, it's a shame that no one noticed vanhoa's real brilliancy.
But those guys someday will realize that treating his work just like trash was one of the worst mistakes ever made on this forum.


BRILLIANCY ? So you are meaning that compiling a PV add-in using the ClassPad SDK IS brilliancy ? Well.... then, every member on this forum is brilliant.

His work isn't trash, because it's not really HIS work. He doesn't even know programming, he is completely unable to do an add-in of his own.
His ported programs are insulting the original authors. They are filled with severe leaks that may harm your calculator. I found an important bug in OWBasic : if you run the add-in, then quit using the Menu button, the timer units still run, even if you shut down the calculator :blink:

Oh, there are some other things I would like to say, but I don't know how to say them in English (sorry for my awful limited English, btw).



It is a pity to lose such a boy!


No it's very fine, and I hope he will never come back here. I'm really tired of his ultra-low-quality games.

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Posted 12 May 2007 - 11:28 AM

And don't say he doesn't know anything in programming - this guy is much more intelligent than anyone would expect.


If only I could find back my MSN archives, I would prove you that vanhoa is nothing else than the biggest liar of the Casio community.




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