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I agree as my development cycle is very similar.
I noticed the following behaviour which might be related:
- I use the autorun feature to run hatari together with a .prg file.
- It works ok for the run itself, however:
- after a soft reset, gemdos drive C: and its configured sequence are
not executed and the desktop looks different. Only AltGr+C for a
coldboot restarts properly.
A bug with GEMDOS emulation?
Am 09.04.2016 um 16:53 schrieb Uwe Seimet:
> Hi Vincent,
> I agree. Hatari helps me a lot too, and without Hatari maintaining my
> software would be much harder.
> You sound that you are more often in a situation where reloads are
> required than I am. But sometimes I would also wish Hatari to be a bit more
> dynamic regarding updated images than it currently is.
> Take care
>> Hatari is very handy for cross-development. Developing on the host OS, then
>> running on Hatari.
>> But there is a very annoying behaviour: in most cases, Hatari does not
>> reload the ROM or floppy images or reset.
>> My wish would be to use the following scenario:
>> - Build a new ROM or floppy image, outside Hatari
>> - Run Hatari for testing
>> - Change the sources
>> - Build again
>> - Use AltGr+R in Hatari to reboot and see the changes
>> Currently, it seems that AltGr+R never reloads ROM/floppy.
>> However the sequence "Pause, Reset machine, OK" seems to reload the ROM. But
>> not the floppy (at least, not consistently).
>> Fixing that behaviour would be of great help for cross-developers of Atari
>> Vincent Rivière