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==Overview==
 
==Overview==
The first commit for Rustation was made on [https://github.com/simias/rustation/commit/017db106eaf9b8268eb58a24612da948f4b8c2fc February 17, 2015], and many commits have since been added over the next two years. However, the last commit was made in [https://github.com/simias/rustation/commits/master September 2017] and was never followed up; the same is also true of the libretro core. The libretro team, meanwhile, used the work done in Rustation to create the [[Mednafen|Beetle PSX]] ''HW'' core, in which an OpenGL 3.3 renderer is used instead of the previous software renderer.<ref name="libretro-Rustation">{{cite web|url=https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=PSX-OpenGL-Experimental|title=PlayStation Emulator Gets Experimental OpenGL Renderer|publisher=Phoronix|author=Michael Larabel|accessdate=2018-12-14|date=31 May 2016}}</ref> That core is said to be one of the first PlayStation emulators to use modern OpenGL, as it differs from the fixed-function OpenGL used in older OpenGL-based emulator plugins.
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The first commit for Rustation was made on [https://github.com/simias/rustation/commit/017db106eaf9b8268eb58a24612da948f4b8c2fc February 17, 2015], and many commits have since been added over the next two years. However, the last commit was made in [https://github.com/simias/rustation/commits/master September 2017] and was never followed up; the same is also true of the libretro core. The libretro team, meanwhile, used the work done in Rustation to create the [[Mednafen|Beetle PSX]] ''HW'' core, in which an OpenGL 3.3 renderer is used instead of the previous software renderer.<ref name="libretro-Rustation">{{cite web|url=https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=PSX-OpenGL-Experimental|title=PlayStation Emulator Gets Experimental OpenGL Renderer|publisher=Phoronix|author=Michael Larabel|accessdate=2018-12-14|date=31 May 2016}}</ref> That core is said to be one of the first PlayStation emulators to use modern OpenGL, as it differs from the fixed-function OpenGL used in older emulator plugins.
  
 
The original repository only contains the source code for the core of the emulator. The OpenGL renderer and the libretro interface is in the rustation-libretro repository. Game performance is poor; only a few games can boot.
 
The original repository only contains the source code for the core of the emulator. The OpenGL renderer and the libretro interface is in the rustation-libretro repository. Game performance is poor; only a few games can boot.

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