This article is from the Apple ][ Emulator Resources Guide, by Alex Maddison with numerous contributions by others.
AVAILABILITY: Available for free download from: http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Bay/3577/appler.ziphttp://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Bay/3577/aplersrc.zip (Source Code)
AUTHOR: Emil Dochevsky <firstname.lastname@example.org> & Alexander Patalensky.
STATUS: Development in progress.
SHORT DESCRIPTION: Appler emulates a 64K Apple ][. It supports all video modes, a digital joystick (using the number-pad) and two floppy disk drives. Realtime mode can be toggled for faster machines. Other options include an inbuilt debugger, file- and disk-manager, keyboard setup feature and help screens. The RAM state of the emulator can be saved at any time to a disk file.
ROMS: Appler comes with the necessary Apple II ROMs and is ready for use after decompression. The Apple ROMs are stored in "APPLE.ROM" and "FLOPPY.ROM".
DISK-IMAGE FORMAT: DOS3.3 Order (DO - size: 143360 bytes) and Nibblized Dos Order (NDO - size: 232960 bytes).
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: 80386 cpu with 1Mb RAM, EGA graphics, MS-DOS 3.30 (486/33MHz recommended).
FURTHER REFERENCES: "APPLER.DOC" (Text file included in the archive).