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The Future of 1964 in Jeopardy? - January 25,2001 by JoseQ
It seems schibo is undecided as to what the future of 1964 is. As you probably know, he has been working on TR64 (True Reality) and apparently, he has been enjoying doing this quite a lot. In his latest update on the 1964 website, he considers his options while mentioning what has been happening with TR64. Should he continue working on 1964? Stop it? Hand it off to someone? I guess it wouldn't hurt if you placed your comments here on this N64 emulator and what you think should be the future. Why not also comment on where you think N64 emulation is headed?

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Name: Posted: Friday, January 26, 2001 - (7:46)
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From: 165.230.43.89
I don't think anyone will miss 1964 all that much, really

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Name: John Posted: Friday, January 26, 2001 - (2:38)
Subject: N64 Emulation
From: 24.221.13.137
There are really more than enough as it stands, I would think. I have to agree with anar. Release of the source code (GPL, maybe?) then switching over to TR64 could only improve that emulator's quality beyond the excellence it already shows.

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Name: stever Posted: Friday, January 26, 2001 - (2:04)
Subject: N64 also...
From: 24.14.223.204
right on anar. me too.

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Name: anar Posted: Thursday, January 25, 2001 - (21:51)
Subject: N64 Emulation
From: 24.188.25.252
I think schibo should release the source for 1964 and continue work on tr64. It seems that there are tons of n64 emulators and none of them are really very compatible yet. I think its time for quality over quantity, but thats just my opinion.

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