Maybe a rather dump question. But why do i seeCKemu said:Whilst this sounds good in theory, it's somewhat hard to demonstrate to the 'general mass' what is going on with the emulator.
For instance, would most people understand the significance of MFIFO fixes, or VU0, VIF, SIF, GIF, DMA etc
Most people won't care for information unless they can see the 'graphical result'. EG:
Final Fantasy X now showing Terrain polygons (VU / VIF fixes).
The devs work in a rather fluid / erratic manner as there is no simple stage by stage process of working on an emulator, and various things are being worked on at anyone time, that interconnect, also the betatesters / devs have enough on their 'todo' list without having to update some thread continuously.
If you wish to keep a 'relative' track on PCSX2 activity, the CVS 'changelog.txt' will be enough.
As for the status of the 64bit version, it's currently very experimental, though showing early promising signs.
i think it means Current Version System, its a way of keeping track of updated source code onlinereinam said:////What if I have programming knowledge, and could understand the technical changes being made? Well then go browse to the CVS, and aquire the changelog.txt.
What is that CVS?