vice 2.3.dfsg-4 source package in Ubuntu


vice (2.3.dfsg-4) unstable; urgency=low

  * Fix FTBFS reasons on different architectures:
      - don't try building with ALSA on Hurd,
      - don't harden build for i386,
      - don't check for machine/cpufunc.h on kFreeBSD archs.
  * Build with pulseaudio support.
  * Revised build dependencies make fullscreen working again
    (closes: #618387, #624118).

 -- Laszlo Boszormenyi (GCS) <email address hidden>  Wed, 27 Jun 2012 18:51:03 +0200

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vice_2.3.dfsg-4.dsc 1.3 KiB da996ce34131a1b9ac4dffe75cb8446c
vice_2.3.dfsg.orig.tar.gz 10.6 MiB 95b82aee6be10f49a298f7bd918359e7
vice_2.3.dfsg-4.debian.tar.gz 27.0 KiB 6d44ffeccdf0e77e952bbc8472b20fd1

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vice: Versatile Commodore Emulator

 VICE emulates well the hardware of the Commodore Business Machines of
 the pre-Amiga era. Supported are the various Pets, the VIC-20, the
 Commodore 64, the Commodore 128, the CBM-II series, and the PLUS/4.
 Some alternate keywords for the above: VIC20, C64, C=64, C64 DTV, C128,
 C=128, CBM-500, CBM-600, CBM-700, PLUS4 .
 This package does not contain the various ROM images needed to
 actually use the emulators; they are available separately from other
 locations (see the README.ROMs file). A corporation in the
 Netherlands called Tulip holds the copyrights to the ROM images, and
 redistribution is not permitted, but VICE itself is unencumbered.