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On 28/06/2013 18:20, Jerome Vernet wrote:
Le 28/06/13 00:32, Nicolas Pomarède a écrit :
Can you check if it correctly fixes "CONFDIR" ? If so, I will modify
But does it means that OSX applications are not using /etc to store a
default config file ? (I don't know OSX that much)
It's better to embbed all the thing needed (ETOS.img, defaults) in the
Ressources folder inside Hatari.app bundle.
So it's even better to add on line 236:
Yes, it's possible ; is this xcode that create this specific directory
hierarchy (.app/Contents/Resources/...), do all OSX application have the
same hierarchy ?
More Over, it's better to disable HAVE_X11 (even if X11 dev files are
installed: is there any use of X11 library under MacOsX ?).
I don't know ; I would leave it for now as I don't know what it's used
for. I think it's needed when compiling with SDL, doesn't SDL require X11 ?
One thing more: the winuae core also build, I do not have any error now..
It broke my XCode project, but I may find the way to make it working again.
Here is à link to Hatari 1.7 with the new core winuae:
Share it !
Thanks, I will add it to the download directory.
Options box are different from the old core (more CPU option) and need
to be redefined on mac GUI. But it's working OK.
Do you plan to switch definittly on the new core one day ?
Yes ... one day :) Until all 68030+ features (mmu, cache, ...) are not
stabilized, it would not make sense to drop the old core that works fine
with 68000. This would create too much risk of regresssion in STF/STE if
we work at the same time on the 68030 part.