> By way of DOSBox, which had our permission. That code was dual-licensed MAME license > and BSD LONG before the MAME relicensing project. > > I've looked briefly at PCem's Voodoo code and while you can still trace its > provenance, it's not all that recognizable any more. They even have a "recompiler".
Wasn't trying to cast shade on the emulator itself, just point out the oddness of mentioning that it supports the Voodoo card.