According to emuwiki.com, there are no less than 20 Apple II emulators available. Only one of them is released in a source form only and it's Virtu.
I'll ask you this: Why going so far, spending so much time coding what *appears* to be a very fine emu, just to stop inches from the finish line and preventing the
mass from enjoying your craft? What's so hard about making a compiled version available? I don't get this. I'm sure you'll agree that the vast majority don't
have all the necessary tools or the required knowledge to compile the source, me included. But you do. Why not just go the last *little* extra mile? I would like very much to
run and test version 0.8.1 and not having this privilege is very frustrating.
I know you can't do it for the 360 since the SDK is copyrighted by Microsoft. Less than 0.0001% of users will run this emu on a 360 anyway . I'm obviously talking about a
Windows executable here.