- Thomas Huth (THH) <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Sven de Marothy <email@example.com>
Code from other projects
The initial Hatari source code was based on two main sources:
- Most of the hardware emulation comes from the WinSTon sourcecode
written by Paul Bates (see: http://www.sourceforge.net/projects/winston/).
- The CPU core has been taken from UAE which has been written by Bernd Schmidt
and others (http://www.freiburg.linux.de/~uae/).
Beside these two main sources, Hatari also uses some code from other projects:
- Some parts (e.g. the blitter emulation) have been taken from the emulator
STonX that has been written by Marinos Yannikos and Martin Griffiths
- Some code (e.g. the scancode keyboard mapping) has been taken from the
emulator Aranym (http://aranym.atari.org/).
- The code (unzip.c) for decompressing ZIP files has been taken from Gilles
Vollant's miniunzip program (http://www.winimage.com/zLibDll/unzip.html).
- The routines for saving and loading the ASCII configuration file (cfgopts.c)
have originally been written by Jeffry J. Brickley.
Following people contributed patches to this projects and/or helped to find
bugs in Hatari (listed in random order - and if someone is missing here, please
- Stefan Berndtsson <firstname.lastname@example.org> : Patches to get Hatari running on
big endian machines.
- Claus Windeler <email@example.com> : BeOS adaption of Hatari.
- Emmanuel Anne <firstname.lastname@example.org> : Contributed lots of patches,
- Markus Oberhumer : A patch that fixed a problem with ZIPped disk images;
routine for loading the configuration file from the $HOME directory.
- Tony Smolar : Helped to find some bugs in the sound output routines.
- Philippe Gerin : Fixed a bug in the CPU core (a problem with bus errors).
Special thanks go to Matthias Arndt for writing the Hatari user manual!