WinVICE 1.16 C64 C128 and more! Emulator Patched with correct speed on P4!

  WinVICE 1.16 C64 C128 and more Emulator working on P4! 

  VICE  1.16							Jan 2005

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		   \________//   Versatile Commodore 8-bit Emulator


 This is version 1.16 of VICE, the multi-platform C64, C128, VIC20,
 PET, PLUS4 and CBM-II emulator.  This version can be compiled for
 MSDOS, Win32, RiscOS, OS/2, BeOS and for most Unix system provided
 with the X Window System version 11, R5 or later.

 The following programs are included:

   - x64, a C64 emulator;

   - x128, a C128 emulator;

   - xvic, a VIC20 emulator;

   - xpet, a PET emulator;

   - xplus4, a PLUS4 emulator;

   - xcbm2, a CBM-II emulator;

   - c1541, a stand-alone disk image maintenance utility;

   - petcat, a CBM BASIC de-tokenizer.

 Moreover, the following documents are provided in both source and
 binary distributions:

   - README, this file;

   - COPYING, the GNU General Public License under which VICE is
     distributed -- *please read it before using the program*;

   - INSTALL, installation instructions;

   - doc/html/plain/NEWS, list of user-visible changes between this
     and older versions of VICE;

   - doc/html/plain/BUGS, a list of the most important known bugs of
     this release (please read it before reporting bugs);

   - doc/html/plain/TODO, a list of what we would like to do next
     (this is no promise!);

   - FEEDBACK, something you should read before sending mail to
     any of the authors;

 The following documents are provided in the source distribution:

   - doc/vice.texi, the complete documentation;

   - doc/html/plain/64doc.txt, documentation about the C64 internals;

   - doc/html/plain/PETdoc.txt, documentation about the PET internals;

   - doc/html/plain/cbm_basic_tokens.txt, a list of the CBM BASIC
     tokens, as supported by the petcat utility;

   - doc/html/plain/serial.txt, description of the IEC serial bus used
     on the C64, VIC20 and C128;

   - doc/html/plain/drive_info.txt, information about the CBM disk

   - doc/Readme.dos, MS-DOS specific documentation;

   - doc/Readme.beos, BeOS specific documentation;

   - doc/Win32-Howto.txt, how to compile the Win32 port.

   - doc/NLS-Howto.txt, some documentation about Unix NLS support;

   - doc/iec-bus.txt, overview of the VICE IEC bus emulation;

 For the latest news, have a look at the VICE home page:

 New versions are made available quite often, so please stay tuned.

 Have fun!

 Copyright notice

 VICE, the Versatile Commodore Emulator

    Copyright C 1998-2005 Andreas Boose
    Copyright C 1998-2005 Dag Lem
    Copyright C 1998-2005 Tibor Biczo
    Copyright C 1999-2005 Andreas Dehmel
    Copyright C 1999-2005 Thomas Bretz
    Copyright C 1999-2005 Andreas Matthies
    Copyright C 1999-2005 Martin Pottendorfer
    Copyright C 2000-2005 Spiro Trikaliotis
    Copyright C 2003-2005 David Hansel
    Copyright C 2000-2004 Markus Brenner

    Copyright C 1997-2001 Daniel Sladic
    Copyright C 1996-1999 Ettore Perazzoli
    Copyright C 1996-1999 André Fachat
    Copyright C 1993-1994, 1997-1999 Teemu Rantanen
    Copyright C 1993-1996 Jouko Valta
    Copyright C 1993-1994 Jarkko Sonninen

  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
  modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as
  published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the
  License, or (at your option) any later version.

  This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
  but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
  GNU General Public License for more details.

  You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
  along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
  Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA
  02111-1307  USA

 The ROM files in the `C128', `C64', `CBM-II', `DRIVES', `PET', `PLUS4'
 `PRINTER' and `VIC20' directories are Copyright C by Commodore
 Business Machines.