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Maybe the Falcon DMA needs the patch too.
I think about minif1.prg which generates a lot of warnings with DMA.
Le 28/10/2016 à 21:22, Nicolas Pomarède a écrit :
Le 28/10/2016 à 21:03, Anders Eriksson a écrit :
you are absolutely correct. Fastload was not enabled in the prg's so
they cleared memory before starting (I thought it started a little slow
for such a small file).
To be extra sure I ran the Sea of Colour demo before as well to be
certain the memory is populated with data.
And did you get more noise in that case with data in RAM ?
The DNT intro itself doesn't seem to work with the fastload enabled,
which would have been a good test.
No idea what to do from here, if you have test programs to run I can do
that of course. But for sure the DNT intro has regressed in 2.0.0 while
that other demo has improved.
I think we now have enough real STE data to be able to fix Hatari to
work with DNT intro thanks to the tests you did. I will commit a fix
to handle start=end depending on repeat value.
Once Hatari 2.0 is released, we can look for more tests to see if this
also matches the ASIC design from Christian, but that's less urgent,
more important is to fix the regression.