Digital Alchemy - The Ultimate Emulator?

From: Zane H. Healy <>
Date: Fri Sep 17 10:04:14 2004

>Or DEC with their WinNT4 software that allowed DEC Alphas to run
>32-bit Intel WinNT4 binaries. IIRC, it could be done "on the fly"
>(more overhead) or "precompiled" and saved back to the hard drive.
>Pity my memory sucks to the point I can't remember what it was

IIRC, each time you ran the software through the FX!32 emulator it
translated more of it to native code. So the more you ran an app the
faster it got up to a certain point. I tried it briefly, and it
seemed to work fairly well.


| Zane H. Healy                    | UNIX Systems Administrator |
| (primary)    | OpenVMS Enthusiast         |
|                                  | Classic Computer Collector |
|     Empire of the Petal Throne and Traveller Role Playing,    |
|          PDP-10 Emulation and Zane's Computer Museum.         |
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