Hello CP/M and Z80 friends,
I release the next final release 2.30.3 of my Z80 Emulator "YAZE-AG"
(Yet Another Z80 Emulator by AG)
The main differences to the previous version:
* A Makefile for the Raspberry Pi is added to compile YAZE-AG on Raspbian.
* Import and export utility R.COM and W.COM for import/export
from and to the host system without exiting the emulator.
* support of serial lines. You can use CP/M software which
use the AUX device of CP/M 3, like kermit or rz/sz.
In the monitor you can connect "aux" to a serial device of
Unix / Linux / FreeBSD / Windows.
I test the connection with a real Z280 system (CPU280 by Reh Design).
(This feature can not be used on a Raspberry Pi.)
* There are also Windows binaries which I have produced.
* I complete the documentation
You find the new release at
it's a redirect to the original web page
An another way to find YAZE-AG is over google:
search for "Z80 emulator"
mostly it's the first or the second link in the result
For installing YAZE-AG on a Raspberry Pi read INSTALL
in the section "Documentation" on the web page.
The development continues ...
What is YAZE-AG?
Yet Another Z80 Emulator by AG is a Z80-CPU-Emulator. Inside the Emulator
runs an original CP/M 3.1 (I use the BDOS3 replacement ZPM3N10 of Simeon
Cran) or the CP/M 2.2 replacement Superdos.
yaze-ag is designed to provide an exact simulation of the Z80 microprozessor
on a UNIX / Linux / FreeBSD / MacOS-X / Windows (Cygwin environment) and
Raspberry Pi system.
It is fast, emulates undocumented opcodes, and passes instruction
regression tests against real Z80 hardware.
NEW in yaze-ag-2.xx is the support of an emulated Memory Management Unit
(MMU) and the BIOS which supports CP/M 3.1 (or ZPM3 which is used in yaze-ag).
Dipl.-Ing.(FH) Andreas Gerlich, University of Ulm, Germany
Open Source Project: Yet Another Z80 emulator by AG (YAZE-AG)