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

[ Thread Index | Date Index | More Archives ]

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 ‘IPF_Drive_Update_Enable’: /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


Le 01/06/2014 13:21, Thomas Huth a écrit :
Am Sun, 01 Jun 2014 13:15:49 +0200
schrieb Laurent Sallafranque <laurent.sallafranque@xxxxxxx>:

Thanks thomas,

But I always get the following error :

laurent@OrdiLoloLinux:~/Atari/hatari/build$ hg bisect --good v1.7.0
Testing changeset 4887:a19fee326303 (443 changesets remaining, ~8
tests) abandon : outstanding uncommitted changes

Is it due to the change in CmakeList.txt.

I change the

      CACHE BOOL "Enable WinUAE CPU core (experimental!)")

to compile with the new cpu
You should never change CMakeList.txt for configuring your build.
Either use "./configure --enable-winuae-cpu" or if you prefer to
call it directly use "cmake -DENABLE_WINUAE_CPU:BOOL=1 ." instead.


Mail converted by MHonArc 2.6.19+