./emulators/dosbox-x, DOSBox fork with enhancements

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 0.83.8nb2, Package name: dosbox-x-0.83.8nb2, Maintainer: nia

As a fork of DOSBox, DOSBox-X retains compatibility with the wide base of
DOS games DOSBox was designed for.

It also goes further, with a focus on accurate emulation of the hardware,
and many more ways to tweak and configure the DOS virtual machine.

The DOSBox-X team believes that a better way to emulate the legacy PC platform
is to give the user all the options they need to emulate everything from
original IBM PC hardware with 64KB of RAM all the way up to late 90's
hardware, whatever it takes to get that game or software package to run.

Required to run:
[graphics/png] [audio/fluidsynth] [x11/liboldXrandr] [devel/SDL2] [multimedia/ffmpeg4]

Required to build:
[pkgtools/x11-links] [x11/xcb-proto] [x11/fixesproto4] [pkgtools/cwrappers] [x11/xorgproto]

Package options: ffmpeg, freetype, opengl, x11

Master sites:

SHA1: 25084d9903544ffe954bde2d3ad0d649e8f2eaa0
RMD160: 067fb76cefde0e30dd049f04c4a2d0baf4fd54bd
Filesize: 46826.867 KB

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   2021-04-05 12:55:29 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (13) | Package updated
Log message:
*: bump PKGREVISION for fluidsynth ABI bump
   2021-01-05 12:01:49 by Nia Alarie | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
dosbox-x: Don't assume anything that 80-bit long double.

Add missing SDL_net dependency.

   2020-12-03 15:03:19 by Nia Alarie | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
dosbox-x: Update to 0.83.8

  - Added support for scalable TrueType font (TTF)
    output for text-mode programs. Set "output=ttf"
    and optionally a monospaced TTF font (such as
    consola) with config option "ttf.font" to use it.
    Lines and columns can be specified with config
    options "ttf.lins" and "ttf.cols", and the cursor
    can be made blinking with the option "ttf.blinkc".
    The config options "ttf.ptsize" and "ttf.winperc"
    can be used to set the TTF font size and window
    percentage respectively. If you specify a TTF font
    size with "ttf.ptsize" then "ttf.winperc" will be
    ignored. You can also specify a word processor
    (WP=WordPerfect, WS=WordStar, XY=XyWrite) for the
    on-screen text-style and 512-character font (WP)
    features. When using the TTF output DOSBox-X will
    temporarily switch to a different output when a
    graphical mode is requested (or when trying to take
    a screenshot); the TTF output will be auto-switched
    back later), which can be customized via config
    option "ttf.outputswitch" (which defaults to auto).
    Menu items in the "Text-mode" menu group (under
    "Video" menu) have been expanded to support TTF
    options such as increasing/decreasing the TTF font
    sizes and on-screen text style toggling (including
    bold, italics, underline and strikeout). You can
    also select a TTF font to use at run-time with the
    "Select TrueType font (TTF)" menu option. (Wengier)
  - Added the "Load mapper file..." menu option (under
    "Main") to select and load a DOSBox-X mapper file
    at run-time. Be sure to select a SDL1 mapper file
    for SDL1 builds, and similar for SDL2. (Wengier)
  - You can now select a host key from the menu (under
    "Main") including Ctrl+Alt, Ctrl+Shift, Alt+Shift,
    or use the mapper-defined host key as in previous
    versions (which default to F11 on Windows and F12
    otherwise). A config option "hostkey" is added so
    that you can specify it from config file. (Wengier)
  - Pasting text from the clipboard on macOS SDL1 build
    is now supported like Linux SDL1 build. (Wengier)
  - Added support for ARM-based Apple M1 MacBook. The
    dynamic core now works on ARM-based macOS systems.
    SDL1 builds updated to use newer audio APIs on the
    macOS platform so that the audio works once again
    when compiled and run on macOS 11 (Big Sur). Prior
    to the change, ancient versions of the API dating
    back to the mid 2000s were used which no longer
    work on Big Sur.
  - DOSBox-X will now look for the config file (i.e.
    dosbox-x.conf/dosbox.conf) and the mapper file in
    the directory containing the DOSBox-X executable
    too if the config or mapper file cannot be found
    in the DOSBox-X working directory. (Wengier)
  - The system menu in Windows SDL1 builds is now also
    available for Windows SDL2 builds, and menu items
    "Reset font size", "Increase TTF font size" and
    "Decrease TTF font size" are added. (Wengier)
  - Enhanced the mapper editor interface to allow more
    keyboard shortcuts to be added, shown in multiple
    pages in the mapper, navigable with the "Previous
    Page" and "Next Page" buttons. The text in the
    grids are now longer and clearer too. The default
    shortcuts for a few items are changed to use the
    Host key style (e.g. Host+S and Host+L for saving
    and loading states respectively). (Wengier)
  - Added menu item "List network interfaces" under
    "Help" menu to list network interfaces in the host
    system for the NE2000 feature. (Wengier)
  - Added menu group "DOS commands" under "Help" menu
    to display the help content for the selected DOS
    shell command (DIR, CD, etc). (Wengier)
  - Configuration Tool now provides the option to save
    to the primary or user config files. (Wengier)
  - Certain config options (e.g. doublescan) that were
    marked as advanced options are now general config
    options and will appear in dosbox-x.reference.conf
    apart from dosbox-x.reference.full.conf. (Wengier)
  - Added config options "saveremark" (default: true)
    and "forceloadstate" (default: false) in [dosbox]
    section which can be used to control if DOSBox-X
    should ask users to enter remarks when saving a
    state or show warnings when loading a saved state
    if there is a mismatch found. (Wengier)
  - The config option "pixelshader" is moved from the
    section [gui] to [render] so that it will be in the
    same section as the option "glshader". (Wengier)
  - Added menu item "Select OpenGL (GLSL) shader..." to
    allow OpenGL shader switch from the menu, just like
    the function for Direct3D pixel shaders. (Wengier)
  - Added menu item "Show IDE disk or CD status" under
    "DOS" menu to show the current assignments (disk or
    CD image) of the IDE controllers. (Wengier)
  - Fixed IDE CD assignment may not be reset when soft
    reboots are activated from guest systems. (Wengier)
  - The program 80x43.COM is added into the ZIP package
    TEXTUTIL.ZIP on the Z drive. You can also change
    current text screen to the 80x43 mode from the menu
    group "Text-mode" under "Video" menu. (Wengier)
  - Enhanced MODE command so that you can change the
    number of columns and lines in the screen with the
    syntax "MODE CON COLS=c LINES=n" (c=80 or 132, and
    n=25, 43, 50, or 60). The command "MODE CON" will
    show the current number of columns and lines in the
    screen as in a real DOS system. (Wengier)
  - Added FLAGSAVE command for the save state feature
    to flag (mark) one or more files to be saved and
    loaded. Type "FLAGSAVE /?" for more information on
    this command. (PogoMan361 and Wengier)
  - Enhanced A20GATE command to show the current status
    of the A20 gate when no parameter is given, along
    with other small improvements. (Wengier)
  - INT 21h DOS=HMA emulation, to enable the A20 gate,
    and autoa20fix, to disable the A20 gate, now checks
    whether the CPU is running in virtual 8086 mode.
    If vm86 detected, the code will control the A20
    gate by calling the XMS interface instead of direct
    reading/writing via port 92h. This consideration
    is required for autoa20fix to cooperate with
    Microsoft Windows 3.1. Note that Windows 3.1 does
    not virtualize port 92h. If it did, this workaround
    would not be necessary.
  - Added -a option to LOADFIX command which will auto
    allocate enough memory to fill lowest 64KB memory
    instead of using exactly 64KB memory. (Wengier)
  - Added autofixwarning option (true by default) which
    allows user to silence the messages when DOSBox-X
    tries to auto-fix "Packed file is corrupt" error
    when running a program with this issue. (Wengier)
  - Added autoa20fix option (enabled by default). This
    option when enabled attempts to resolve EXEPACK
    "Packed file is corrupt" errors by temporarily
    disabling the A20 gate and running the program
    again. This may provide better support for affected
    DOS applications than the LOADFIX option. If both
    autoa20fix and autoloadfix are set, then autoa20fix
    will be tried first, and if it did not work then
    autoloadfix will be tried next.
  - The autoloadfix config option changed to allocate
    only enough memory to keep the executable above the
    64KB boundary, instead of blindly allocating 64KB.
  - Fixed menu items "Rescan drive" and "Swap disk" in
    "Drive" menu being reversed. (Wengier)
  - Fixed CD audio issue with the game "The Secret of
    Monkey Island" when talking to the pirate in Scumm
    Bar by adapting the patch that fixes it. Thanks
    kcgen for the fix logic. (Wengier)
  - Added support for MAME CHD CD images. You can now
    mount CHD images with IMGMOUNT command, or from the
    Drive menu. Based on libchdr library and the work
    of the user whocares010. (Wengier)
  - Updated FLAC/MP3/WAV CD-DA decoder libraries to the
    latest versions (versions 0.12.22, 0.6.19, 0.12.14
    respectively). Thanks to mackron & kcgen. (Wengier)
   2020-11-19 18:19:57 by Nia Alarie | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
dosbox-x: Include bsd.prefs.mk
   2020-11-19 18:17:16 by Nia Alarie | Files touched by this commit (5)
Log message:
dosbox-x: Patch pregenerated ./configure. Don't use long double on non-x86.
   2020-11-19 17:52:31 by Nia Alarie | Files touched by this commit (4) | Package updated
Log message:
dosbox-x: Update to 0.83.7

  - The primary DOSBox-X Wiki is now located at the
    URL: https://dosbox-x.com/wiki (Wengier)
  - Implemented the x86 dynamic core for both 32-bit
    and 64-bit systems by re-porting the code from SVN.
    Dynamic core now supports either the dynamic_x86
    or the dynamic_rec core. The dynamic_x86 core will
    be used by default for x86 and x86_64 platforms and
    if "core=dynamic" is set, and Windows 9x can be run
    in this dynamic core (although at this time may
    encounter some issue with the S3 driver). You can
    also explicit specify setting "core=dynamic_x86" or
    "core=dynamic_rec" for either the dynamic_x86 core
    or the dynamic_rec core. Also thank joncampbell123
    for the 64-bit fix. (Wengier)
  - You can now use your own save file (in addition to
    save slots! There are now a "Use save file" toggle
    item and "Browse save file..." for browsing save
    files on your computer. A config option "savefile"
    (in [dosbox] section) is added to specify a save
    file to use at start. (Wengier)
  - Save state feature now allows users to optionally
    enter remarks when saving a state. A submenu group
    "Save/load option" is added (under "Capture") where
    you can toggle menu items "No remark when saving
    state" (for disabling input of remarks when saving)
    and "force load state mode". A menu item "Display
    state information" is added as well to display the
    information of the saved state. (Wengier)
  - DOSBox-X will now use native dialog box to display
    quit warnings and save state errors. (Wengier)
  - Changed some DOS error messages (such as "Illegal
    command" which now reads "Bad command or filename")
    similar to real DOS systems. (Wengier)
  - ADDKEY and INT2FDBG commands now appear as programs
    on Z: drive instead of shell commands. (Wengier)
  - Improved the -z (move virtual drive Z:) function of
    MOUNT command. You can move the virtual drive as
    many times as you want, and save/load states will
    work even after you move the Z: drive. (Wengier)
  - Enhanced the config option "freesizecap" to allow
    the setting "fixed" which is the same as "false",
    and a new setting "relative" is added, which will
    be similar to the setting "fixed" but the reported
    free disk size will also change relative to the
    change of the free disk size ever since. (Wengier)
  - Added support for Opus CD-DA tracks by porting and
    cleaning up the source code from other projects.
    Many thanks to Marty Shepard and kcgen. (Wengier)
  - Support for FluidSynth MIDI Synthesizer is now
    included in the MinGW builds by default just like
    Visual Studio builds. Set "mididevice=fluidsynth"
    and a soundfont file to use it. (Wengier)
  - Enabled xBRZ scaler for Visual Studio SDL2 builds
    just like Visual Studio SDL1 builds. (Wengier)
  - Added menu item "Show Sound Blaster configuration"
    under "Sound" menu to show the current information
    about Sound Blaster, and also menu item "Show MIDI
    device configuration" (also under "Sound" menu)
    to show information about the current MIDI device
    such as the soundfont file in use. (Wengier)
  - Added "Mount multiple disk/CD images" option to the
    mounting options of the Drive menu to allow users
    to mount more than one disk/CD images to a drive,
    swappable from the menu. Also added separators to
    the Drive submenu to make it look better. (Wengier)
  - Added new CPU types to the "Emulate CPU speed" menu
    group namely 286-25MHz, 386DX-25MHz, 486DX4-100MHz,
    486DX5-133MHz, Pentium-60MHz, Pentium-75MHz, and
    Pentium-90MHz. Thanks again for the data provided
    by the user maximus105. (Wengier)
  - You can now select a special key (e.g. Alt+Tab,
    Ctrl+Break, Ctrl+Alt+Del, etc) to be sent from the
    key defined in the mapper editor. The key can be
    selected (Ctrl+Alt+Del by default) from the "Send
    special key" menu group in "Main" menu. (Wengier)
  - Added full Ctrl+Break emulation at the BIOS and
    DOS level, updated console emulation to match.
    The "Pause" mapper shortcut is now moved to
    HOST[F11/F12]+Pause instead of Ctrl+Pause so that
    Ctrl+Break can work properly for users, and the
    function to send the Ctrl+Break key from the menu
    ("Send special key" under "Main") is added. Also,
    the PC-98 STOP key now functions the same as the
    Ctrl+C and Ctrl+Break keys in IBM PC mode.
  - Added functions "CopyToClipboard" and "QuickRun" to
    the mapper editor so that you can use shortcuts to
    activate them (default shortcuts: HOST(F11/F12)+A
    and HOST(F11/F12)+Q respectively), and a default
    shortcut HOST(F11/F12)+V is added to the clipboard
    paste function. Meanwhile, FullCore and SimpleCore
    shortcuts are removed from the mapper. (Wengier)
  - Added two new menu items in the "Shared clipboard
    functions" menu group under "Main", including "Copy
    all text on the DOS screen" which will copy all
    screen text to the clipboard, and "Stop clipboard
    pasting" which allows user to stop pasting in the
    middle of pasting long clipboard content. (Wengier)
  - The mouse copy/paste feature is now available for
    non-Windows systems on SDL2 builds. Also, pasting
    from the clipboard with a mapped shortcut is also
    available for Linux/X11 on SDL1 builds. (Wengier)
  - Added "Use US keyboard layout" toggle menu item in
    the "PC-98" menu group under "Video" to select
    whether to force the default US keyboard layout in
    PC-98 mode, same as the "pc-98 force ibm keyboard
    layout" config option in [pc98] section. Also moved
    the "PC-98 PIT master clock" options from the "DOS"
    menu to this menu group. (Wengier)
  - The full dosbox-x.reference.conf file is renamed to
    dosbox-x.reference.full.conf. The original file
    dosbox-x.reference.conf now contains common config
    options instead of all config options. (Wengier)
  - The CONFIG command and Configuration Tool will now
    save common and modified config options by default.
    The -all command-line option (or "Save all options
    to the configuration file" checkbox) will force to
    save all config options. A new -mod command-line
    option is added to CONFIG command to save modified
    config options only, and a new -norem command-line
    option is added to not write remarks. (Wengier)
  - Updated the Windows installer to default to the
    "typical" installation. For the full installation
    start menu items will be added for DOSBox-X builds
    copied to subdirectories. A new checkbox "Write
    common config options (instead of all) to the
    configuration file" is added which when checked
    will only write common and modified advanced config
    options to the config file. Furthermore, for both
    "typical" and "full" installations the Windows
    installer will now also copies the DLL files
    inpout32.dll (32-bit) and inpoutx64.dll (64-bit) to
    the DOSBox-X install directory for use with the
    direct parallel port passthrough feature. (Wengier)
  - Improved Flatpak support for Linux. (rderooy)
  - Improved message for the -help command-line option,
    adding for example -silent and -socket command-line
    options in the help messages. (Wengier)
  - Added -silent command-line option to run DOSBox-X
    silently (without showing the DOSBox-X window) and
    then exit after executing AUTOEXEC.BAT. (Wengier)
  - Fixed command-line option -socket not working for
    the null-modem feature. (Wengier)
  - Fixed issue that aspect ratio not being respected
    in full-screen mode when a GLSL shader is enabled
    with an OpenGL output. (Wengier)
  - Fixed toggle in the "Frameskip" menu group did not
    change when selecting a different option. (Wengier)
  - Fixed shelling from programs may not work when the
    shell config option is set. (Wengier)
  - The default country setting ("country" option in
    [config] section]) now defaults to auto-detection
    if possible, or 81 (Japan) in PC-98 mode. (Wengier)
  - Increased the default maximum DOS files (adjustable
    from [config] section) from 127 to 200. (Wengier)
  - Improved resetting with LOADLIN program. (Wengier)
  - Improved Gravis Ultrasound (GUS) implementation to
    make it more accurately represent the GUS DMA state
    as expected by the running DOS software.
  - The archive attribute will no longer automatically
    be applied to directories on non-Windows systems.
    This fixed issue with PLAYMIDI.EXE from Gravis
    Ultrasound when listing directories. (Wengier)
  - Applied hack to allow the low DMA channel detection
    in the SB16 DIAGNOSE program to work. (Wengier)
  - The default setting of the clip_paste_speed option
    has been changed from 20 to 30, which will help
    prevent lost keystrokes when pasting from the host
    clipboard for some programs. (Wengier)
  - With Pentium CPU setting (cputype=pentium) DOSBox-X
    no longer reports FDIV bug by default. An advanced
    config option "report fdiv bug" is added to report
    such CPU bug when set to true. (rderooy & Wengier)
  - Added support for the XDG_DATA_HOME environment
    variable for config directory in Linux. (rderooy)
  - Added support for compiling with pcap for Windows
    MinGW builds. (Jookia)
  - Added config option "windowposition" (in [sdl]
    section) to set the window position at startup in
    the positionX,positionY format. (tomba4)
  - Added config option "raw_mouse_input" (in [sdl]
    section; SDL2 builds only) to bypass the operating
    system's mouse acceleration & sensitivity settings.
    Implemented by NicknineTheEagle.
  - Added config option "startquiet" (in [dos] section)
    which when set to true will silence the information
    messages before launching Windows programs to run
    on the Windows host. A toggle menu item "Quiet mode
    (no start messages)" is added to the "Windows host
    applications" menu group in "DOS" menu. (Wengier)
  - The menu "Show details" (under "Main") is renamed
    to "Show FPS and RT speed in title bar". (Wengier)
  - Add menu group "Text-mode" under "Video" menu to
    change some text-mode related video settings, such
    as changing the number of rows and columns. A zip
    package named TEXTUTIL.ZIP is added to the Z drive
    that contains various utilities (such as CGA.COM,
    EGA.COM, 132X25.COM, 132X43.COM) to change current
    video setting from the command line. Also added a
    config option "high intensity blinking" which when
    set will display high intensity background colors
    instad of blinking foreground text. The menu item
    "Allow 9-pixel wide fonts" is moved from the menu
    group "Compatibility" to here. (Wengier)
  - Added "Debugging" menu group under "Help" menu, and
    moved items from the "Video" Debug and "DOS" Debug
    menus and the debugger here (debug builds only).
    Also allowed to hide/show the console or debugger
    window in Windows debug builds. With the menu item
    "Console wait on error" checked the Windows console
    window will wait for the ENTER key before closing
    itself after an E_EXIT occurs. (Wengier)
  - Updated MPXPLAY to latest version 1.65. (Wengier)
  - Integrated SVN commits (Allofich)
    - r4386: Correct MPU-401 clock-to-host function to
    operate independently of playing. Fixes hang at
    exit when playing Roland music in demos by The
    Phoney Coders. Clamp tempo to valid range.
    - r4384: ICW1 on the PIC clears the Interrupt Mask
    Register. Fixes Antagony and quite a few demos that
    expect IRQs to be unmasked.
    - r4382: Refine adlib timers a bit more and make
    reading the Adlib take a bit more time.
    - r4378: Prevent some possible deadlocks with sti
    in dynrec core.
    - r4375: Improve compatibility with older Intel
    - r4374: Add a bit of hack so cycles=max/auto 90%
    keeps on working inside batch files after r3925.
    - r4371: Fix regression in Clue: Master Detective.
    - r4370: As an adjunct to r4369, make the reference
      counts of standard device handles equivalent to
      those of real DOS.
    - r4369: Compatible side-effect behavior of DOS in
      the file close function.
    - r4368: Improve error codes for some DOS file functions.
    - r4367: Change FPU_FBST to only write 18 decimals
      instead of the wrongly 19, this makes it possible
      to switch 64 integers which in turn fixes some
      rounding issues. (jmarsh)
    - r4282,r4283: Switch to a different way to calculate
      DBOPL table offsets.
    - r4280: Prevent GenerateDMASound from running with
      input of 0.
    - r4279: Remove DMA_TRANSFEREND and replace with
    - r4277: Remove cases not needed after r4276
    - r4276: Remove defunct code related to the initial
      display mode of the system BIOS during video mode
    - r4274: fix externals.
    - r4273: Make frameskip an integer.
    - r4269: Use fabsf when return value is a float.
      Small warning fix.
    - r4265: Some more cleanups and memleak fixes.
    - r4264: Pick some lowhanging fruit. (some memory
      leaks and unused variables)
    - r4262: missed one
    - r4261: These actually use float as input.
    - r4258: Rename bios tester to biostest and make it
      debug only to avoid people trying to load real
    - r4257: Add simple program that allows you to boot
      into a bios image for running cpu tester bios.
   2020-10-09 09:40:44 by Nia Alarie | Files touched by this commit (1) | Package updated
Log message:
dosbox-x: update desktop files database
   2020-10-09 09:31:44 by Nia Alarie | Files touched by this commit (4) | Package updated
Log message:
dosbox-x: Update to 0.83.6

  - Improved internal Voodoo card hardware emulation,
    such as fixing the font issue with the 3dfx version
    of Tomb Raider when using non-Glide mode. Portions
    of the code are ported from DOSBox ECE. (Wengier)
  - Added OpenGL shader support by porting the feature
    from DOSBox SVN. GLSL shaders are now supported in
    both SDL1 and SDL2 builds, and this also allows
    pixel-perfect scaling to be enabled for the OpenGL
    outputs. The config option "glshader" (in [render]
    section) can be used to specify a GLSL shader file
    or a built-in shader when the output is set to
    "opengl" or "openglnb". For example, you can use
    the setting "glshader=sharp" (built-in shader) or
    "glshader=pixel_perfect" (with GLSL shader file)
    for the pixel-perfect scaling mode. The Windows
    installer will also copy several GLSL shader files
    to the "glshaders" subdirectory of the DOSBox-X
    install directory to be used directly. (Wengier)
  - Support for FluidSynth MIDI Synthesizer is now
    included in the Windows Visual Studio builds by
    default. Set "mididevice=fluidsynth" and a sound
    font (e.g. GeneralUser_GS.sf2) to use it. (Wengier)
  - Updated the MUNT MT32 emulation library to its
    latest version 2.4.0. A few new MT32 config options
    (starting with "mt32.") are added to [midi] section
    of the DOSBox-X configuration. (Wengier)
  - The DOSMID and MPXPLAY programs have been built
    into DOSBox-X, both can be found on the Z drive and
    feature full-screen user interfaces with support
    for command-line usages (use /? option for help).
    DOSMID can play MIDI/RMI/MUS audio files, whereas
    MPXPLAY is a powerful and flexible audio player
    with support for a variety of formats including
    AAC/AC3/APE/FLAC/MP2/MP3/MPC/OGG/WAV and more with
    playlist support. (Wengier)
  - The mounting options "Mount as Hard Disk", "Mount
    as CD-ROM", "Mount as Floppy", "Mount disk image"
    and "Boot from disk image" (previously only for
    Windows) in the "Drive" menu and the "Quick launch
    program..." in the "DOS" menu are now available
    for non-Windows platforms as well. (Wengier)
  - Added "Shared Windows clipboard functions" menu
    group under "Main", which allows you to enable
    or disable the different ways for DOSBox-X to
    communicate with the Windows clipboard. (Wengier)
  - Added config option "dos clipboard api" in [dos]
    section to control whether to enable the DOS APIs
    for communications with the Windows clipboard for
    DOS applications. (Wengier)
  - Added config option "clip_mouse_button" to select
    a mouse button (middle, right, or none; with right
    mouse button being the default) for copying to and
    pasting from the Windows clipboard. (Wengier)
  - The mouse wheel movements will be automatically
    converted into up/down arrows by default for the
    intergrated DOS now. You can also enable it for
    the guest system from the "Main" menu ("mouse wheel
    movements" -> "Enable for guest systems also") or
    from the config file. (Wengier)
  - Added "Emulate CPU speed" menu group (under "CPU")
    to emulate the speed of a specific CPU class. The
    cycles to emulate are approximations of the actual
    CPU hardware, and they are available thanks to data
    provided by the user maximum105. Also added config
    option "cycle emulation percentage adjust" in [cpu]
    section for users who would like to make relative
    percentage adjustments (between -25% and 25%) in
    case it is necessary. (Wengier)
  - Added SORT command from FreeDOS. It can be used to
    sort input, e.g. "TYPE FILE.TXT | SORT". (Wengier)
  - Added DELTREE command to delete a directory and all
    the subdirectories and files in it as in a real DOS
    system. Please use it with caution. (Wengier)
  - The command for starting the Configuration Tool has
    been renamed from "SHOWGUI" to "CFGTOOL". A new
    command-line option -gui is added to CONFIG command
    to start the Configuration Tool as well. (Wengier)
  - DOSBox-X now includes ZIP.EXE and UNZIP.EXE from
    InfoZip for zipping and unzipping files in DOS.
    Both programs will appear on the Z drive. (Wengier)
  - The powerful DOS CD player called SJGPLAY has been
    built into DOSBox-X. You can now find the program
    CDPLAY.EXE in the Z drive for playing Audio CDs in
    DOS, which supports both graphical and command-line
    usage, and you will also find a text file named
    CDPLAY.TXT in the Z drive for a quick usage guide.
    A zip package including full documentation and some
    extras will additionally appear as SJGPLAY.ZIP in
    the Z drive. This freeware program was written by
    Steve Gray and is now included in DOSBox-X with
    explicit permission of the author. (Wengier)
  - DOSBox-X will now by default show a quit warning
    if a DOS program or game, or a guest system is
    running. The previous behavior can be set with
    "quit warning=autofile". (Wengier)
  - The welcome banner when DOSBox-X starts has been
    improved for a better looking and should provide
    more helpful instructions for users. (Wengier)
  - Add new "Help" menu which includes menu items
    "Introduction", "DOSBox-X homepage", "DOSBox-X Wiki
    guide", "DOSBox-X support" and "About". (Wengier)
  - Improved the message when automatically re-running
    the executable which failed with the "Packed file
    is corrupt" error. Also added the "autoloadfix"
    config option which when set to "false" will not
    automatically re-run such programs. (Wengier)
  - The display for several section names in DOSBox-X's
    graphical configuration tool has been capitalized
    or modified otherwise to look better. A default
    shortcut key HOST(F11/F12)+C is added for starting
    the graphical configuration tool. (Wengier)
  - Added the "Show advanced options" checkbox in the
    main screen of the Configuration GUI to toggle
    whether to display all config options for the
    sections. If unchecked (default), it will show
    common config options instead of all of them. A
    new config option "show advanced options" is added
    which when set to "true" will make the checkbox
    checked by default. (Wengier)
  - Added code to cap the scan line length given to
    the VESA BIOS given the video mode. This prevents
    VBETEST.EXE from doing test patterns smaller than
    the actual display, which can happen with 32bpp
    320x200 modes and 1MB or less video RAM.
  - VESA BIOS Set Scan Line Length fixed to properly
    report and handle scan line length for 16-color
    SVGA planar modes. VBETEST 16-color modes now
    display correctly.
  - Added option to control whether VESA BIOS panning
    (the original VBE call) waits for vsync.
  - Moved video related config options from [dosbox]
    section to its own [video] section. These options
    in existing config files will be automatically
    redirected to the [video] section from the [dosbox]
    section when DOSBox-X starts. Windows installer can
    also move such config options from existing config
    files automatically. (Wengier)
  - Cleared modem phone book before parsing it. Thank
    NicknineTheEagle for the improvement.
  - Improved the help message of MOUNT command. Also
    added option -examples to show its usage examples,
    similar to IMGMOUNT and IMGMAKE commands. (Wengier)
  - Fixed freeze when trying to reboot the internal
    DOS when using a different code page and it is in
    CGA or EGA emulation modes. (Wengier)
  - DOSBox-X will now try to use the internal DOS date
    and time (instead of always using the host date and
    date) for file modication timestamps. (Wengier)
  - Added menu item "Expanded memory (EMS)" under "DOS"
    menu to dynamically enable or disable EMS memory
    at run-time. You can now also modify EMS memory
    with CONFIG command from command-line. (Wengier)
  - Added config option "drive z hide files" (in [dos]
    section) to hide or remove files listed (separated
    by spaces) from the Z drive. If a file has a "/"
    prefix (e.g. "/INTRO.COM"), then the specified file
    will have the hidden attribute ("DIR /A" will list
    all such files) instead of completely disappearing
    from the Z drive. (Wengier)
  - You can now add your own programs or files to the
    Z drive! Put your programs or files in the drivez
    directory located in the DOSBox-X program folder
    or the DOSBox-X configuration directory, and they
    will automatically appear on the Z drive. If any of
    the files have the same names as the built-in ones,
    they will replace the built-in files. For example,
    you can replace the built-in EDIT.COM and XCOPY.EXE
    programs (from FreeDOS) with MS-DOS counterparts.
    Windows installer will now automatically create a
    drivez directory with a README.TXT file in it too.
    For subdirectories support please use MOUNT command
    to mount local directory instead. (Wengier).