Clock Signal — an Oric emulator for macOS and Linux

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jbperin wrote:
Wed Jul 29, 2020 6:36 am
... I even tried to setup a microdisc.
It seams Microdisc + DSK is recently broken. Tried the 'standard' Sedoric 3.0 image. If I convert the same DSK to HFE it boots OK. Jasmin+DSK and BD-500+DSK work just fine.

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This I was unaware of; I'll stick my nose in tonight. Also, for the record, I switched my desktop to German (the only other language I can read any of) and had no problem running the emulator; I'll keep digging.

Other than the ongoing Qt stuff — I'm currently engaged in the Qt forums re: the audio issue — I've otherwise been looking at some longstanding issues in the video stack preparatory to the addition of Metal and possibly DirectX backends. I finally got a lead on the bug some might have seen where if video output is a bottleneck* then bits of the display can jump up and down vertically, so hopefully that'll be fixed soon, too.

* probably rare for most people, and most obviously a sign that I should write a more efficient GPU pipeline. It's just really hard working on GLSL without any sort of profiling or debugging tools. This is an area where adding platform-specific APIs like Metal in addition to OpenGL might end up being really valuable, for all targets.

EDIT: so it looks like I broke the Microdisc when I attempted to generalise my handling of ROMDIS and the overlay area so that it wasn't Microdisc specific. I'll probably push a fix this weekend, giving it a few days in order to see whether I can get the video output fix in as well.

EDIT2: those changes have been formally released via the two binary channels — Snapcraft for Linux and the GitHub page for macOS.

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A minor one to announce: the macOS version of Clock Signal now uses Apple Metal for video output rather than OpenGL. That's because Apple has deprecated OpenGL and therefore at some point it will become available. Apple has announced that it'll still initially be available on Apple Silicon Macs but I didn't spot that before I started the work. So I'm feeling pretty foolish now. But it's nice not to have any deprecated dependencies again.

The Metal version has some quality/speed improvements, which will be ported to OpenGL in the near future.

Otherwise, I've discovered a whole bunch of Vic-20 tests that demonstrate that some of the more obscure parts of my 6522 aren't working correctly — primarily, I've yet to chance upon exactly the proper way to handle PB7 toggling via timer 1 and many of the shift register modes aren't shifting at the correct rate. Clearly the shift register at least partially works since it's used for keyboard input on the Macintosh, but I guess there's work to be done there.

So a future update will likely improve emulation accuracy, albeit that I'm unaware of any titles that will be affected. If anybody knows anything that's currently broken, I'd love to know about it.

So, as always:
  • Mac binaries are at GitHub; and
  • Linux Qt binaries, if you don't want to build for yourself, are available via Snap.
As I've now marked the Snapcraft build as 'stable', you should also be able to find the emulator via the built-in application store on Ubuntu and related distributions. Search for 'Clock Signal' directly, or for e.g. 'Oric emulator' and it's currently the only thing that comes up. If anyone with Oricutron responsibility is reading this and is interested, I could try to assist in getting that listed too though I really only looked into proper YAML structure for qmake-based (i.e. Qt) builds. I'll bet regular make or cmake are even easier though.

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Super minor addendum:

The Mac version had some UI issues under Big Sur; these have been fixed. It's also now available as an Intel + Apple Silicon universal binary.

Slightly more technical discussion starts here:

Re: Big Sur, I'd unwittingly made a dodgy assumption with regard to the means by which a window with a sheet on top can be dismissed. Big Sur changes the sheets to look more like iOS modals, and whatever Apple changed in the implementation meant that I no longer got away with doing things incorrectly. So as a specific flaw: if you used File -> New... and then cancelled the new machine, when you came to shut the application you'd suddenly be presented stuck with a weird ghost window in which the buttons do nothing. This is no longer the case.

Naturally this error has no effect in Qt or SDL, so no fixes for those are required.

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Great! I like Clock Signal for it's unique features and the pro-level of its internals. Thanks!

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I also like this emulator a lot... will there ever be a windows version :D ?

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I don't know how pro-level I feel about the internals as I spend yet another day trying to conquer a relatively simple problem to do with the way the Apple IIgs does sort-of-NTSC-to-RGB conversion. Not to mention the continued lack of some relatively simple classic emulator functionality — save states being the most glaring. Albeit that I continue to edge closer on that one, it still being coupled to debugging.

Re: Windows, I have acquired a Windows 10 computer, installed Visual Studio on it, and discovered myself completely lost. I don't know what a modern Windows application looks like and I definitely don't know how the code should look. C++/WinRT seems like the best way in, but after spending the majority of this year on supporting Metal and the on supporting Qt I just couldn't bring myself to head straight into a third API so I chickened out and took the Apple IIgs detour.

That all being said, I expect Windows to be a lot easier than Qt was just because these platform abstractions never really do what you want whereas the actual platforms have a lot more depth to them.

I dare imagine I'm going to end up in the realm of DirectX if I want Mac-equivalent latency, but I don't think that's anything to be scared of. Prior to this year I knew no Metal whatsoever and, fine, it took a month or so but it worked out pretty well — a grand total of 1,802 lines, which is a fair trade to avoid whenever Apple puts up the next obstacle to OpenGL. Assuming DirectX actually ends up being a similar volume of work then it'll pay for itself pretty quickly.

So, anyway, it's on the radar, subject to competence.

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Minor one: I may have bitten off more than I can chew with regards to my ongoing efforts to add the Apple IIgs to the emulator; it's just not that well documented, and I don't have a real machine. So that effort is obstructing progress elsewhere.

With one minor caveat, which is that the SDL build of Clock Signal now allows you to start an Oric with an early version of my 65816 emulation installed as a 65802. There are some fixes to come here, and if anybody ever actually writes any 65802-based software then it'll get promoted into the UI-based versions of Clock Signal and added to the automatic static analyser for launching media, but for now I'm just flagging that the option is there.

EDIT: or, indeed, if there even is any real software floating around for 65816-upgraded Orics, let me know and I'll get that second part started.

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It would be handy if the CSAVE produced a tap file. I have programs on disk. I've scanned the disk but they don't work on Oricutron - but they do work with Clock Signal. I want to get the programs back to Tap files which is easy on (now) Oricutron (with update from ISS).

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I was having a go with Clock Signal recently and noticed that neither the CTRL or ESC keys seemed to work. I could live without the ESC codes, but the CTRL needs to work for copying when editing lines (CTRL A). There's all the other control codes that are important.

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ThomH wrote:
Fri Feb 05, 2021 4:38 pm
EDIT: or, indeed, if there even is any real software floating around for 65816-upgraded Orics, let me know and I'll get that second part started.

Orix? https://forum.defence-force.org/viewtopic.php?t=2149

Would be neat to have Twilighte/Orix in emulation.......

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Steve M wrote:
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I was having a go with Clock Signal recently and noticed that neither the CTRL or ESC keys seemed to work. I could live without the ESC codes, but the CTRL needs to work for copying when editing lines (CTRL A). There's all the other control codes that are important.
Which version are you running, and which OS? I tried CRTL+G on my Mac and got the reassuring bell ring so I think that I must have made an error in one of the framework bindings.

Re: saving to tape, I have definitely boxed myself into something of a corner there; it's also a requested feature for the ZX81 though so it is one I need to find a way out of.

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I'm on Peppermint Linux. I'll need to boot it up to find the version, but it was a recent install.

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Steve M wrote:
Wed Apr 28, 2021 10:01 pm
I'm on Peppermint Linux. I'll need to boot it up to find the version, but it was a recent install.
In that case, is it safe to assume the Qt version, with a full UI? If so then I'm not desperately surprised because Qt really makes using the keyboard in a game-like fashion difficult, and I ended up with endless magic constants.

If you get a chance, the output of `xmodmap -pke` on your machine might be helpful, but I'll look into it regardless.

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I can't find any version mentioned.
I'm pretty new to Linux. I'm trying to find where Clk Signal is installed but it's pretty hidden.

I got this but not sure if I've done it in the right place?

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keycode 248 =
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keycode 250 =
keycode 251 =
keycode 252 =
keycode 253 =
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