This one should have been much easier to build, it has support for SDL built in, however the include files are a nested mess, and configure fails part of the way in the process leaving the source kinda messy. Â But a few hours over a couple of days, and here we are.
This version doesn’t run at warp speed, has sound, and is great. Â Â It wants a config file though. Â You can find the specs in the readme, but something like this:
works fine. Â This later (and seemingly last) branch of UAE Â incorporates lots from WinUAE, except for the JIT. Â It’s dated 2008, so it does include support for the 68030, 68040, and the 68881 and 68882. Â It doesn’t have MMU support, so things like Linux/AMIX/NetBSD/Enforcer are out of the question.
I dumped my source tree over on sourceforge, as I’m more so interested that this builds using MinGW.