No, no, I’m not killing any of the projects, but I am moving my blog to an “organization” GitHub site instead of my own. This means this will be the last blog post I make here – at least about PJIT and Buffee. If you would like to conitnue to follow the project, I encourage you to update your bookmarks to The Buffee Project.
I have to admit, I was getting close to full burnout, but the Yuletide break has managed to give me a little more energy than I had before and I’ve had a pretty productive couple of weeks.
Well, 2020 has just flown by. I’m sure I’m not alone in saying good riddance. It’s the year that broke the world and I sure hope that when we start rebuilding, that we don’t make all the same mistakes.
So I’ve had a few people ask why PJIT and not leverage something else like Emu68. Is there really room in the fairly small market for two 68000 to ARM JIT engines for the Amiga? Well, of course I think so and here’s why.
Alright, looks like I’m all set up! Welcome to my new blog! I’ll update this weekly at a minimum focussing on the progress of my various projects including PJIT and the Buffy Acellerator. What is PJIT and Buffy you may ask? Glad you asked.