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Thanks for adding the code. At the moment i am working to further improve the table search function.
I'd like to test Hatari with the integrated MMU and read the debugging messages. How can i get the code (i see your repository has no function to download a zip of the sources)? Maybe fastest would be if someone could just send me a zip via mail.
I'll be quite short with time during the next days and maybe weeks. But i hope i can do something tomorrow.
What TOS file do i have to use to do the tests?
Am 07.09.2012 um 23:17 schrieb Thomas Huth:
> Am Sun, 2 Sep 2012 07:55:36 +0200
> schrieb Andreas Grabher <andreas.grabher@xxxxxxxxxxxx>:
>> Thanks for the suggestions! I'll look into set_x_funcs()!
> FYI: I've now tried to integrate your 68030 MMU work into Hatari:
> Instead of hacking cpummu.h with if-statements, I created a new
> "CPU level" in gencpu.c instead. I think this is a cleaner approach,
> and this way we get a real 68030 emulation instead of a 68040 with
> a 68030-MMU.
> Unfortunately, TOS does not boot with this new MMU yet. Seems like it
> is endlessly looping during the MMU set ==> this needs some more work...