Re: [hatari-devel] Is it me or the new hatari release is slow ?

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OK, I've tested and I get the following :

laurent@OrdiLoloLinux:~/Atari/hatari$ hg bisect --good

La première révision présentant le problème est :

(The first release that shows the problem is :)

changeset:   5007:7a4948830aee
user:        Nicolas Pomarede
date:        Wed Mar 19 20:31:01 2014 +0100
summary: bset.b d0,8(pc) is not a valid 680xx instruction, but an illegal one

I'll try again with the release 5006 and 5007 to be sure, but it seems that this 5007 release is the one that slows a lot the new with my effect..



Le 01/06/2014 14:07, Thomas Huth a écrit :
Am Sun, 01 Jun 2014 13:53:08 +0200
schrieb Laurent Sallafranque <laurent.sallafranque@xxxxxxx>:

OK, it works and I understand now how it works.

I encounter a new problem : the version selected by the bisect gives
some compiling errors :

[ 61%] Building C object src/CMakeFiles/hatari.dir/floppy_ipf.c.o
/home/laurent/Atari/hatari/src/floppy_ipf.c: In function
/home/laurent/Atari/hatari/src/floppy_ipf.c:566:16: erreur:
‘IPF_STRUCT’ has no member named ‘DriveEnabled’
/home/laurent/Atari/hatari/src/floppy_ipf.c:567:19: erreur:
‘IPF_STRUCT’ has no member named ‘Fdc’
/home/laurent/Atari/hatari/src/floppy_ipf.c:569:19: erreur:
‘IPF_STRUCT’ has no member named ‘Fdc’

So I don't know if this version is --good or --bad
In that case, try "hg bisect --skip".


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