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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 2.3.1, Package name: hatari-2.3.1, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

Hatari is an Atari ST emulator for systems supported by the SDL library.

Hatari is based on two main sources:
- The WinSTon sourcecode written by Paul Bates
- The UAE's CPU core (http://www.freiburg.linux.de/~uae/)

You need a copy of an Atari ST TOS ROM to use this program. Then run
the program as follows: hatari --tos tos.image

Required to run:
[sysutils/desktop-file-utils] [graphics/hicolor-icon-theme] [graphics/png] [audio/portaudio] [devel/SDL2] [lang/python37]

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

Master sites:

SHA1: 199d1f42ca4ea31b6ec968b20054ada1e999f053
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Filesize: 4232.548 KB

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   2020-12-31 20:44:09 by Frederic Cambus | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
hatari: update to 2.3.1.

Version 2.3.1 (2020-12-27)

Following features are deprecated and will be removed in a future release:
- Support for the SDL 1.2 library (i.e. SDL 2.x should be used instead)
- SDL 2.x "bUseSdlRenderer" config and "GPU scaling" GUI options
  (after HW support for SDL2 is available widely enough)
- The old UAE CPU core (i.e. the new WinUAE CPU core should be used instead)
- Python v2 support in Python scripts (Python 2 was end of life in 2020)
- The "external" disassembler (i.e. use "--disasm uae" instead)
- Hatari XBios(255) API enabled with the "--bios-intercept" option
  (i.e. use "--natfeats" & "--cmd-fifo" options and \ 
"hconsole" instead)
- The old ~/.hatari configuration file location (use ~/.config/hatari instead)

- CPU:
  - Fix: unneeded extra prefetch for movem in 68020/30 cpu
    (regression in v2.3)
- DSP:
  - Fix: master clock use for crossbar/DSP Handshake mode
    (partial regression in v1.6)
  - Fix: hostport PORTB interrupt handling

- ACSI/IDE/SCSI handling:
  - Fix: IDE crash when switching to Falcon mode at run-time
    (regression in v2.3)
  - Fix: No error dialog on IDE image mount errors
  - Fix: Duplicate disk image mount failure handling
- TOS support:
  - Fix: TOS 2.07 (Sparrow TOS) support
    (regression in v2.3)
- Hatari window handling:
  - Fix: Hatari window disappearing from Python UI
    when Hatari changes its framebuffer size
    (SDL2 specific)
- macOS GUI:
  - Fix: FPU setting doesn't work when GUI runs in French

Python UI:
- Several fixes (see its own release-notes.txt)
- Requires now Gtk v3.22 or newer

- Fix: assert in hatari_profile (profile post-processor)
  with relative symbols

- Add PortMidi info to devices dialog section in manual
- Updated compatibility documentation

Fixed Falcon programs:
- Music missing in H2O game, in Running game main screen,
  Stocasto demo and Epidemic music disk
  (crossbar/DSP handshake mode)
- Lockup demo freezing at startup
  (DSP hostport PORTB interrupt handling)
- Several demos (Cruor 96k, Hmmm..., Keff, Payback 2015) and games
  (Beats of Rage, Capy, Confusion preview 2, Men at War preview,
  Moonspeeder preview 2, Neurobot, Pacmania X68000, Slippery Sam
  and Sokoban by Fun) not starting with TOS4 or EmuTOS unless MMU
  was enabled (unneeded extra prefetch in movem)
- Built-in Obsolescence demo, Delmpaint app and Sidetracked GFA
  musicdisk had other issues also with MMU under TOS4 or EmuTOS
  (unneeded extra prefetch in movem)
   2020-12-10 18:45:33 by Frederic Cambus | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
hatari: update to 2.3.0.

Version 2.3.0 (2020-11-28)

Following features are deprecated and will be removed in a future release:
- Support for the SDL 1.2 library (i.e. SDL 2.x should be used instead)
- SDL 2.x "bUseSdlRenderer" config and "GPU scaling" GUI options
  (after HW support for SDL2 is available widely enough)
- The old UAE CPU core (i.e. the new WinUAE CPU core should be used instead)
- Python v2 support in Python scripts (Python 2 was end of life in 2020)
- The "external" disassembler (i.e. use "--disasm uae" instead)
- Hatari XBios(255) API enabled with the "--bios-intercept" option
  (i.e. use "--natfeats" & "--cmd-fifo" options and \ 
"hconsole" instead)
- The old ~/.hatari configuration file location (use ~/.config/hatari instead)

- FDC / Disk :
  - Support for MegaSTE DIP switch register $FF9200
    (set floppy drive to HD by default on MegaSTE/TT/Falcon)
  - support for DD/HD mode on MegaSTE at $FF860E
    (when FDC is set to HD mode, reading DD floppies will fail)
  - Support for the 'Disk Change' (DC) signal on TT machines on TT's MFP GPIP4
  - Fix: IDE disks with sector size > 512 bytes
  - Fix: IDE controller is now always available in Falcon mode, even if
    no hard disks have been configured.
- CPU:
  - Update CPU core to latest WinUAE 4.4.0 beta : full support for undocument
    fields in 68000 bus/address error stack frames, as well as CCR flags for
    most of the 680x0 instructions (using a cpu tester program on the real
    hardware that checks all possible opcodes' combinations)
  - 68030 MMU hardware bus error support + various fixes
  - FPU fixes
- Video:
  - Improved timing when setting Vsync signal
    (same place where video counter is reloaded)
  - Handle screen where vertical DE signal is completely disabled
  - Better start/end position for the VBlank signal at 50Hz and 60Hz
- Sound:
  - Add a better filter for downsampling the internal 250 kHz signal, should
    give better results when the YM2149 outputs high frequency sounds
  - Fix microwire mask shifting when CPU runs > 8 MHz
- MFP :
  - Rewrite MFP code to handle several MFP objects and add support
    for the TT's 2nd MFP (not all TT's MFP signals are emulated yet)
  - Improved Falcon's DMA sound interrupt on GPIP7 and AER
- Blitter:
  - Large rewrite of the blitter's core, improving cycle accuracy and
    handling the complex cases where xcount=1 and nfsr=1. Code is slighlty
    smaller and closer to the logic of the real hardware
  - Handle restart in non HOG mode when the CPU uses a RMW instruction
    (eg TAS)
  - Improve access to memory regions that would generate a bus error
    for the CPU
- Emulate additional RTC/NVRAM registers
- megaSTE should start at 8 MHz, not 16 MHz

- Miscellaneous:
  - Fix: freeze at Hatari exit and RS-232 device file changes,
    when device file(s) are FIFO(s)
  - Fix: when autostarting programs without pre-existing INF file,
    enable blitter also with EmuTOS
  - Use floppy track's size in bytes to detect DD/HD/ED
    (instead of counting sectors)
  - Add --lilo debug option for more convenient m68k Linux loading
- Config file handling:
  - Support config file values with '=' in them
  - Skip reading global config file if HATARI_TEST environment
    variable is set
- Memory handling:
  - Memory snapshot version increase due to FDC changes
    (i.e. old snapshots won't work with new version)
  - Accept 10MB as valid ST-RAM amount (max on real MegaSTE/TT machines)
    and correct invalid Falcon ST-RAM amounts
  - Fix: 24-bit address mode change while emulation is running
    (triggered e.g. when TT-RAM is enabled for TT)
- HD images:
  - Fix: run-time IDE byte swap change requires IDE re-init
  - Fix: TOS booting from A: although SCSI drive was enabled
  - Support read-only HD image files, and show error dialogs
    for image file open/lock issues
- GEMDOS HD emulation:
  - Support FASTLOAD program flag with GEMDOS HD
  - GEMDOS HD emulation cartridge assembly functionality is moved almost
    completely to emulator side. Fixes Atari side error handling when program
    file is not readable, and TOS stack overflows in some rare cases
  - Detect DTA re-use to reduce DTA cache usage, grow cache on
    demand and give warning if its entries need to be re-cycled
    (= cache max size is reached)
  - Invalid DTA in Fsnext() return -ENMFIL, like TOS does
  - Fix: skip non-existing host files on FSnext() instead
    of returning an error (latter broke directory listings)
  - Fix: Dsetpath/Dgetpath empty path handling
- Hatari graphics support:
  - Low/med-rez line doubling uses less CPU and doubled lines in
    "TV" display mode are now drawn at half intensity, not as black
    (fixes TV mode being too dark)
  - SDL2: "--zoom" option accepts any values between 1.0 - 8.0
  - SDL2: "--zoom" option is changed to always enable low resolution
    doubling before SDL framebuffer is scaled up (or down) by the zoom
    factor. This way Hatari output window is approximately same sized
    regardless of emulated Atari resolution, like on a real CRT monitor
  - SDL2: scale quality is selected automatically; nearest pixel for sharp
    output with integer scaling factors, and linear scaling to smooth out
    issues with non-integer scaling and window resizes
  - SDL2: Now redundant "nRenderScaleQuality" config option is
    removed and "Linear scaling" option in GUI is replaced with
    the "GPU scaling" option (=bUseSdlRenderer config option)
  - Added new "--screenshot-dir" option to select the folder for \ 
  - Fix: [ffmpeg/video] Invalid PNG signature 0x89504E470D0A1A
  - Fix: garbage graphics (by clearing the whole render area)
  - Fix: Spec512_StoreCyclePalette when using 16 or 32 MHz
- Input handling:
  - Support SDL "Hat" events in addition to "Axes" events
    (= support 80's game controllers, also in SDL GUI)
  - Map a turbofire button independent of the fire button if the game
    controller is capable
  - Show mouse grab toggle shortcut key in startup statusbar message
  - Center host mouse to Hatari window on Atari resets and resolution
    changes only when window is focused and mouse pointer is within it
  - Fix: keypad emulation with SDL2
  - Fix: simulated (socket API) key input with SDL2
- Profiler:
  - Profiler backtrace shows now real caller addresses
    and their offsets from the function entry points
    (slows profiling of addresses with symbols)
  - All profiler outputs have now reasonable limits
    (so that they don't flood console)
  - Fix: exception in profile post-processor script
    (with symbol address aliases)
- Tracing:
  - Fix: CPU disassembly trace output doesn't go to specified trace file
  - Trace flags can be added and removed instead of needing to
    always specify all the relevant ones, both with "--trace"
    command line option and debugger "trace" command:
    --trace os_base,aes, trace +xbios,bios, trace -bios,-aes
  - VDI trace shows names also for NVDI/Speedo/GDOS functions
  - VDI & AES trace function numbers are shown in hexadecimals
    with 0x prefix like rest of the OS calls
- Debugger:
  - New "screenshot" command for saving screen dump to a PNG/BMP file
  - "symbols resident" option replaced with "symbols autoload"
    option which can be used to completely disable automatic symbol
    loading and unloading for programs run through the GEMDOS HD
    (helps debugging resident programs started from GEMDOS HD)
  - Improvements to UAE and external disassembler disassembly
  - UAE disassembler is now default instead of external one
    (latter doesn't decode all instructions correctly)
  - New "info" subcommands:
    "acia", "dmasnd", "ikbd", "mfp", \ 
"nvram", "rtc" and "scc"
  - Also UAE disassembler can now show the profile info
  - "info" command can show AES & VDI information on on their
    respective traps without VDI mode/tracing being enabled
  - Breakpoint ":info" option to call specified info function
    on tracing breakpoint hits (one can now use e.g. ":info vdi"
    on VdiOpcode breakpoints)
  - Improved symbols info output
- Native features:
  - Support for missing NF_SHUTDOWN (reset) sub commands
  - Test code for rest of features (except for NF_SCSIDRV)
  - When Hatari resets or exits due to emulated program
    NF_SHUTDOWN / NF_EXIT call, output user a note about that

Tools and Hatari Python/Gtk UI:
- Python scripts use now "python3" because most current distros don't
  anymore install Python v2 by default.  To use a script with v2,
  change "python3" in its first line to "python2"

Building and unit tests:
- Source repository moved from Mercurial to Git
- Fix: issue with multilib capable cross-compilers
- Only Caps library v5.1 is supported (support for old v4.2 is dropped)
- Obsolete Mudflap option replaced with AddressSanitizer support
- Add tests for GEMDOS HD, fullscreen/overscan display, blitter and Hatari
  command FIFO + improve CPU/MMU variant coverage in earlier tests

- Up to date documentation provided at: https://hatari.tuxfamily.org/doc/
- New m68k-linux.txt and m68k-netbsd.txt documents on how to
  test m68k Linux and NetBSD under Hatari
- Debugging and profiling information is split from manual.html to
  a separate debugger.html file
- Minor improvements

Fixed demos:
- Pacemaker STE demo (end part), when it's run from GEMDOS HD
- Multi scrolls part in Closure by Sync
  (regression since Hatari 2.2, vsync in bottom border)
- Fullscreen part in Hard As Ice STE demo by I.C.E.
  (screen with no vertical DE signal)
- Fullast Vinner by Troed/Sync
  (improved vblank position, partial fix for now)
- Electric Night Falcon demo by Dune
  (MFP DMA sound interrupt on timer A using AER)
- Oompa by No Extra (after greetings part)
  (blitter access to bus error regions)
- E.K.O System (music should now play in the racing scene)

Fixed programs:
- MS Write (crash), when it's run from GEMDOS HD
- Akaisex program reading AKAI S1000 HD floppies converted to STX
- EmuTos drawing vertical lines with blitter and leaving some trails
  (blitter in non HOG mode using TAS intruction to restart)
- Cecile v2.22, now also works if no IDE drive has been configured
- Trans D-Bug Express by PHF (lock when running in megaSTE mode at 16 MHz)
   2020-12-04 21:45:51 by Nia Alarie | Files touched by this commit (456)
Log message:
Revbump packages with a runtime Python dep but no version prefix.

For the Python 3.8 default switch.
   2020-08-18 19:58:18 by Leonardo Taccari | Files touched by this commit (549)
Log message:
*: revbump for libsndfile
   2020-07-10 21:33:30 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (7) | Package updated
Log message:
hatari: updated to 2.2.1

 Version 2.2.1 (2019-02-08)

- CPU:
  - Fix a bug/regression from Hatari 2.1.0 in the UNPK instruction

 Version 2.2.0 (2019-01-31)

- Compiling with SDL 1.2 is considered as deprecated now.
  The support for SDL 1.2 will be dropped in a future release.
- Hatari now requires a C compiler compatible with c99/gnu99

- CPU:
  - CPU core updated to WinUAE 4.1.0
  - Improve 68030 bus error handling and retrying faulty instruction
  - Fix: only enable cache emulation when relevant
  - Improve softfloat FPU emulation
  - FPU emulation mode (softfloat or not) can be changed on the fly
  - Ensure HW registers region is not cachable for 68030 without MMU
    when write allocate mode is enabled
- DSP:
  - Fix DSP ROM tables (sin, mulaw & a-law)
  - Some  waitstate cycles were not correctly counted when accessing
    DSP IO regs in CE mode
- Blitter:
  - Fix: a rare case in cycle exact mode when bus is shared between CPU
    and blitter : the last word of a transfer could be wrong if bus was
    owned by CPU just before processing this last word and a read-modify-write
    is made
  - State of current blitter operation was sometimes not correctly restored
    when CPU temporarily stopped the blitter and resumed it later
  - DSP emulation was not updated in parallel when blitter was running
- Video:
  - Handle VBlank signal and mask the 2 last lines when bottom border
    is removed
- Hard disks:
  - Experimental support for the NCR5380 SCSI chip in Falcon and TT mode
- Serial ports:
  - Very experimental support for the SCC chip of the Mega-STE, TT and Falcon
    (only channel B for now, and output only, use the "--scc-b-out" command
    line switch)
- Misc:
  - Correctly emulate bus error handling for STE lightpen registers
  - Experimental support for TOS 2.07 (the "Sparrow" TOS)

- Misc:
  - "patch TOS timer-D" speedup option is now disabled by default
  - Allow up to 512MB of TT-RAM (increased from 256 MB)
  - Additional ROM patches applied to TOS v4.x for 040 & 060
  - Improved info and warning output for Hatari constraints and issues
- Memory snapshot save/restore:
  - Fix: Include GEMDOS HD file handles so apps with open files work
  - Improve memory snapshot save/restore reliability
    (e.g. for pending interrupts)
  - Save/restore TT RAM content into memory snapshots
  - Show warning dialog when cartridge file is disabled due to conflict
    with other features
  - Fix halt dialog crash on double bus error before SDL init
  - Add FPU softfloat option
  - Move joystick info to second statusbar line
  - Few additional special keys can be remapped
  - Fix: broken CPU dialog with old UAE CPU core
  - Display 'SF' in status bar if FPU emulation is using softfloat library
  - Display 'CE' or 'PF' in status if using 'cycle exact' or 'prefetch' modes
  - It is now possible to configure more than one ACSI hard disk images
- MacOS / GUI:
  - Minor GUI updates for v2.1 changes
  - Fix: "reset" and "don't reset" UI buttons inverted
  - Update MIDI panel for French version
  - Save screenshots in user defined location or ~/Desktop
- Windows:
  - Fix: buffer overflow in relative Hatari datapath handling
- Disk handling:
  - IDE byte-swap option added to config file & GUI
  - Fix: NF SCSI driver didn't invalidate cache for changed memory area
  - Fix: *.INF file in disk image being overridden even when neither
    VDI mode or autostart program wasn't specified (v2.1 regression)
  - Fix: GEMDOS HD Fwrite() can be done from ROM area (for ROM saving)
- Media handling:
  - Fix: AVI recording with PNG codec could be wrongly limited to 4GB
    with some OSes
- Screen handling:
  - Fix: TOS <= v2.x crashes when mouse is moved in 16x16 area at
    the bottom right corner in VDI mode (Hatari v1.0 regression)
  - Fix: "--tos-res high" setting
- Debugging:
  - Fix: DSP/CPU profile "addresses" commands output line count when
    paging.  Tell also when it wraps to start
  - Each log message has a log level prefix
  - (Almost) all Hatari output goes now through logging framework so
    that Hatari verbosity can be controlled
  - Output at default log level is reduced significantly
  - Add support for ISP & USP and 020+ special registers like VBR
  - Add "OsCallParam" variable which gives first (word sized) parameter
    for OS calls, for use with OS call "*Opcode" breakpoints
  - Add virtual V0..V7 registers to "register" command for calculations
  - "memdump" and "memwrite" commands output & input can \ 
now be also
    word or long sized instead of bytes
  - Show arguments in DSP XBios call traces
  - FPU and PMMU opcodes are now also disassembled in 68040/060 mode
- Options:
  - Fix: "--memsize 0" legacy option
  - Disable "--timer-d" option by default.  Increases CPU usage
    (noticeably for ST/e emulation), but some rare (badly written)
    programs need it for correct color raster & sample handling
  - The "--bios-intercept" option requires now a boolean parameter
    to determine whether the option should be enabled or disabled
  - Add "--cmd-fifo" option to control Hatari at run-time just by
    echoing commands to a FIFO file (created by Hatari)
  - Add "--tos none" option to run test programs without any TOS.
    Real Atari programs cannot be run with this, as it doesn't
    implement the necessary Atari OS calls
  - Halt dialog is skipped if --run-vbls is used (for automation)
  - Support hex values for --disasm, increase --slowdown max value to 30

- Fix: Large File Support detection (64 bits off_t)
- Fix: new compile warnings with GCC v8 (+ code cleanup)
- Fix: building when DSP or tracing is disabled
- Improve CMake library finding for recent macOS
- Change Hatari compilation C standard to gnu99
- Add gitlab continuous integration Yaml file
- Many -fsanitize fixes

- Hatari Python UI migrated from PyGtk v2 to Gtk v3
- Add Python v3 support to rest of the scripts
  (required by Arch Linux & Clear Linux)
- hatari-prg-args script:
  - Installed by default
  - Fix program argument setting for recent EmuTOS versions
  - Support argument setting also for programs that are run
    from disk images
- zip2st: handle also directories with spaces in their names
- Fixes to hatari_profiler Callgrind output symbol handling
- Fix TOS bootup tester test output verification
- Few additional tests for validating Hatari functionality.
  Almost all tests are now integrated with CTest framework.
  Use e.g. "ctest -j4" command to run them

- Tag commits for Hatari releases before v1 in Mercurial repo
- Add notes about (new default) PortMidi support to MIDI usage
- More details on GEMDOS HD and VDI mode emulation limits
- Large updates to compatibility documents and to performance
  section in the manual
- Add release checklist document

Fixed demos:
- B.I.G. Demo screen 2 (regression in Hatari 2.1, vblank in bottom border)

Fixed falcon demos:
- 4musiK by Dune & Sector One (don't cache HW register regions in write
  allocate mode)

Fixed games:
- Lethal Xcess in STE mode (stopping/resuming blitter and saving/restoring
  memory snapshots)
- Lethal Xcess in STF mode (add jitter to MFP, temporary fix)

Fixed programs:
- Many TT/Falcon programs relying on 68030 MMU / bus error retrying are now
  working correctly (eg 'memwatch' by Uwe Seimet)

 Version 2.1.0 (2018-02-07)

- Video:
  - Fix correct number of displayed lines when removing bottom border
  - Improve bottom border removal on 60 Hz screen
  - More accurate position for reloading video counter on line 310/260
  - Fix STE video counter regression at start of VBL (off by 4 cycles)
  - Fix Timer B counting when screen is in Mono mode and video resolution
    is set to low/medium
  - Fix bug preventing screen to be drawn when video address = 0x0
  - Add (dumb) Videl address and vertical frequency counters emulation
  - Videl unused bits at $FF820E are read as zero
- Sound:
  - New cycle exact emulation of the YM2149, all counters are
    incremented using a simulated freq of 250 kHz, giving a 250 kHz audio
    stream which is downsampled to the desired output frequency.
    Some undocumented cases were also measured on real STF
    Result should be much more accurate, clearer and emulate complex effects
    (phase cancelling on 2 voices for example)
  - Fix bad sound during YM sample playing on Falcon/TT
- CPU:
  - Support undocumented behaviour for STOP on 68000 when new SR has bit S=0
  - Fix some cases where bus/address error stack had a wrong PC
  - Correctly store the 32-bit address in the stack in case of a bus error
  - Better memory timings for RAM accesses in 68030 mode (for Falcon)
  - Accurate DIV overflow undocumented flags
  - Correct V flag for BCD instructions for 68020/30
  - 68030 instr cache was not correctly disabled when writing EI=0 in CACR
  - Improve caches for 68020/30, add cache support when using MMU
  - Add 68040/60 data cache emulation, with optional MMU support
- FPU:
  - Large improvements in FPU emulation and related instructions/exceptions
  - Support for undocumented 68882/68881 FPU constants
  - Support for softfloat FPU emulation (slower but more accurate)
- Memory / MMU / MCU:
  - Add full support for STF/STE MMU/MCU at $FF8001 and address translation
    (emulate the RAS/CAS signal depending on the size of the memory banks,
    TOS memory routines don't need to be patched anymore)
  - Better results when reading "void" region between end of RAM and 4MB
    (return latest data seen on the bus on STF/STE)
  - Add support for more RAM combinations (256 KB and 2.5 MB)
- Blitter:
  - Add cycle exact bus handling for the blitter (correct bus count for CPU
    and blitter, suspend/resume blitter after any memory access, run part
    of next CPU instruction in parallel when starting the blitter)
  - When writing busy bit=0, update interrupt line and don't clear hog bit
- Floppy:
  - Emulate ripple carry adder "bug" for STF DMA address at $FF8609/0B/0D
  - For STX images, add support for the verify bit in Type I commands
  - Fix a rare case when looking for the next sector header of an STX image
  - Support for Audio Sculpture's custom IKBD program

- MIDI support for Windows and macOS (with PortMidi library)
- Add support for AVI files > 4GB (up to 256 GB)
- Miscellaneous:
  - Initial patching for ST-Book ROM
  - Add keyboard shortcut for toggling borders
  - Fix: rate-limit DSP illegal instruction warnings output
- Disk handling:
  - Add "--gemdos-time <atari/host>" option so that user can specify
    whether emulation or host timestamps are used with GEMDOS HD files
  - Fix: off-by-one error in ACSI image file name handling
- Memory handling:
  - Support memory check skipping also on TOS v3 & v4
  - Allow RAM size values in KiB instead of MiB
  - Add a 'blitter-meter' to the status bar, depending on the blitter's usage
  - Add refresh rate in the status bar (50, 60 or 71 Hz)
  - Disable alt+F4 under Windows so that it doesn't close Hatari
    (in case alt+F4 is also used in the emulated program)
- Display handling:
  - Add --resizable option to control whether Hatari SDL2 window
    can be resized (= turn it off to prevent accidental resizes)
  - Support scaling AVI recording (PNG/BMP) frames
  - Extended VDI mode font selected based on VDI height
  - Fix: Handle window expose events with SDL 2.0
  - Fix: don't switch bitdepth when recording AVI
  - Fix: X11 window embedding (to Python GUI) with SDL2
  - Fix: TOS v2 & v3 Atari logo display in extended VDI resolutions
  - Fix: Limit Videl widths for GLES2 SDL2 backends
- Virtual INF file handling:
  - Add "--auto" option to autostart programs also from somewhere
    else than C: root, and to enable required GEMDOS interception
    without full GEMDOS HD emulation
  - Add --tos-res option to specify TOS ST/STE/TT resolution
    for color monitors, with or without autostart.  Also enables
    blitter for machines & TOS versions supporting it
  - Uses existing INF file as base, if one exists
  - If not, specifies open window for boot drive
  - Fix: Use separate INF files for TOS v1 and v2+ autostarting
  - Fix: Normal users cannot use tmpfile() directly under Windows
- Debugger improvements:
  - Fix: '>>' bit-shift parsing
  - Fix: CPU prefetch when changing PC address
  - Add "CycleCounter" variable
  - Add "info dta [addr]" command
  - Add "cpu_regs" trace option to show register values after
    each executed instruction
  - Add support for reading GNU-style a.out symbol table format
    (which is GCC default) in addition to DRI/GST symbols
  - Add absolute symbols support in addition to BSS/DATA/TEXT ones
  - Use terminal size for paging (disassembly, memdump, symbols)
    commands. NOTE: remove old dDisasmLines & nMemdumpLines options
    from Hatari config file, or set them to -1, to enable this!
  - Add 'nSymbolLines' configuration option to specify how many
    lines 'symbols' command pages
  - 'symbols resident' command and 'bSymbolsResident' config option
    toggle whether program symbols are removed when program
    terminates, or only when the next program starts
  - 'symbols match" command and 'bMatchAllSymbols' config option
    toggle whether TAB completes all symbols or just symbol types
    relevant for given command
  - 'symbols addr' is split into 'symbols code' & 'symbols data'
  - TEXTEnd value is now TEXT+TextSize, instead of TEXT+TextSize-1
  - Add "-f" option to 'cd' so that setup scripts can specify
    what directory is used after currently invoked script(s)
    have finished
  - Move exception mask setting from config file "Log" section
    to "Debugger" section where it belongs
- Compilation:
  - Fix compilation when using ARM 64 target
  - Allow compilation on untested host architectures (e.g. MIPS & s390x)
  - Search for local headers first, then system's one (eg zip.h)
  - Don't redefine bswap_16/_32 macros if they already exist

Other changes:
- Add French keyboard mapping that works also with SDL2
- All symbols output by gst2ascii are now TEXT relative
  and it supports also a.out format symbol tables
- Fix: Python GUI updated for Hatari v2.0
- Fix: Python GUI explicitly uses Python v2 (Arch Linux)
- Fix: Python tools made compatible both to Python v2 & v3 (Arch Linux)
- Fix: icon symlink generation (rpmbuild chroot)
- Fix: DESTDIR support for RPM packaging

Fixed Falcon games:
- Ishar 1, 2 & 3, Lasers and Hommes, Moonspeeder preview 2
  (Videl video counter)
- Boom preview, Lasers and Hommes, Tank Blaster
  (68030 instr-cache)
- Aazohm Krypth, Men at War, Push It, Running, Sky Fall, Sworm

Fixed Falcon demos:
- Bound 2, E.K.O system (memory access timings)
- Bound 3 (Videl video counter)
- Agony & Chaos A.D. don't freeze anymore (vertical frequency counter)
- Mahabharata (Videl widths with SDL2)
- 2x1287, A Rh positive, Are you experienced, Autowaschen Verboten,
  Bound, Bound 42, Codein, Cycedelic knockout, Dan's Lustiges
  Kinderfest, Derealization, Dream Dimension, Echos, E.X. Illusion,
  Geranium, Hex Pistols, Hmmm, Oergs, Polygon Discount, Terrorize your
  soul, Warum, Virtual City (68030 instr-cache)
- Terrorize your soul (DSP warnings 100x slowdown)
- Firestarter, Virtual City, Whirlpool
  (autostarting with packed demos)

Fixed TT versions of demos:
- 4getful, Beams (68030 instr-cache, undocumented FPU constants)

Fixed programs for Falcon:
- Hextracker (Videl video counter, when not auto-started)

Fixed games:
- Le Necromancien' STX image (verify bit in type I commands)

Fixed ST/STE demos:
- Sprite32 by Leonard (RESTART_VIDEO_COUNTER on line 310/260)
- Jam-Cols by ICE (STE video counter timings broken in v2.0)

Fixed ST/STE programs:
- Protracker 2.1 and Neochrome Master 2.8 (shifter, bottom border at 60 Hz)
- Audio Sculpture 1.3 and 1.5 beta (timer B in mono mode, bit S=0 in STOP, IKBD)
- True RAM's size detection under TOS/EmuTOS (memory config at $FF8001)
   2020-03-08 17:51:54 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (2833)
Log message:
*: recursive bump for libffi
   2020-01-26 18:32:28 by Roland Illig | Files touched by this commit (981)
Log message:
all: migrate homepages from http to https

pkglint -r --network --only "migrate"

As a side-effect of migrating the homepages, pkglint also fixed a few
indentations in unrelated lines. These and the new homepages have been
checked manually.
   2019-10-20 13:10:49 by Nia Alarie | Files touched by this commit (33)
Log message:
Rename audio/portaudio-devel to audio/portaudio