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On 7/17/20 6:39 PM, Martin van der Koelen wrote:
thank you for fast response!
Thanks for the report and testing!
I do attach the diff-output here and a more detailed problem description.
The preferred diff format is unified one which
gives context for the changes, so that there's
a bit larger chance that it will get applied to
You can get that either with:
* "diff -u <old file> <new file>", or
* "git diff", if you're using Git to get Hatari sources
Am 17.07.20 um 17:11 schrieb Nicolas Pomarède:
Le 17/07/2020 à 17:06, Martin van der Koelen a écrit :
as this is my first experience in mailing-list communication I do
apologize for potential inapropriate behaviour.
I could not access an ACSI diskimage, and tracing the ACSI-communication
I found a bogus byte in the command block.
A slight correction in "hdc.c" fixed the problem (in my environment) and
since then diskimage mounts perfectly.
I would like to provide the modified "hdc.c", and a more detailed
explanation, but I don't know, if it is possible to attach it to the
Hi and welcome to the mailing list.
patches are always welcome :)
you can attach your modification to the mail, it will be visible.
but in that case don't send the full hdc.c, please use a "diff" between
your version and the current hatari's version