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Mini vMac

a miniature early Macintosh emulator


Mini vMac has moved from SourceForge. (See News for October 7, 2014)

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Compiled applications for OS X, Windows, Linux, and many others. These “standard variations” emulate a Macintosh Plus.

About

Summary : The Mini vMac emulator collection allows modern computers to run software made for early Macintosh computers, the computers that Apple sold from 1984 to 1996 based upon Motorola's 680x0 microprocessors. Mini vMac is part of the Gryphel Project.

License

Free and Open Source - GPL

Screenshots

What it looks like. For example, a Macintosh Plus running System 7.5.5:

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Testimonials

What users say

Changes

What's new

Credits

Who helped make it

Start

How to get started with Mini vMac

Use

Using Mini vMac

Recipes

Beyond the Getting Started Guide

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Control

How to control the user interface

Hardware

Emulated Hardware Reference

Extras

Extra software to be used with Mini vMac

Contents

What's in the source distribution

Build

How to build Mini vMac from the source

Compile

How to compile the Mini vMac build system and extras

Options

Compile time options

Develop

Options for developers

Ports

By other people

Localization

About translations of the user interface

Check the main Gryphel Project News page for the latest information.

As you read this documentation, if you notice any mistakes, even as trivial as a misspelled word, please let me know about. There is a link to the feedback form at the top of every page. You can just say which page and give before and after text - telling me your name or email address is optional.

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If you find Mini vMac useful, please consider helping the Gryphel Project, of which it is a part.


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copyright (c) 2014 Paul C. Pratt - last update 10/7/2014