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This is the Java apple computer emulator project ("java-ace")
This project was registered on SourceForge.net on May 4, 2007, and is described by the project team as follows:
Jace is a java-based Apple //e emulator with many compelling features: ] Disk and Mass-storage (hard drive, 3.5 floppy) images ] Joystick and Mouse are fully supported (Joystick can be emulated with either keyboard or mouse, Java doesn't have native joystick support) ] All graphics modes are supported, including Apple RGB "Mixed" and B&W modes. ] Fullscreen and windowed modes supported ] PassPort MIDI support for Ultima V ] MetaCheat allows quick and easy ability to find and alter active memory ] MetaCheat also provides a live heat-map showing all RAM activity, color coded to indicate read, write or CPU execution -- Perfect for reverse engineers ] Optional Debugging rom (][DB) can be enabled for a more powerful monitor ] Super serial emulated as a tcp/ip port ] Mockingboard support, partial Phasor support ] Highly flexible configuration allows any combination of cards and many extra options. You can even alter configuration while the emulation is running!
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