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Re: A-EON announce Polaris chipset support for AROS - what do you think ?

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That statement from A-EON says nothing about developing drivers for MOS or AROS. They only support OS4 and to some degree OS3.x.
It's the writer of the article who'd like A-EON to consider other platform as well.

Posted on: 3/21 4:53
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Re: Lowlevel.lib missing functions here

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SetJoyPortAttrs is patched by Poseidon along with the rest of the joystick functions, it's implemented there.

Posted on: 3/18 8:58
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Re: Allegro Lib

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It is available, and there's also a MorphOS port which doesn't have the P96 dependency, that could be ported to AROS.

Posted on: 2017/11/29 10:20
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Re: 10 YEARS OF ICAROS DESKTOP

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Great retrospective!

Posted on: 2017/11/27 3:06
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Re: Probably my last post..

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I wouldn't consider getting paid for hard work a handout.

Posted on: 2017/6/9 2:43
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Re: Probably my last post..

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If anybody deserves a chunk of the AROS Development Fund it's Kalamatee. There must be a way to help out...

Posted on: 2017/6/8 10:42
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Re: lowlevel.library enhancements

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I grabbed the 05/19 nightly, gave it a test, and it doesn't seem to work. I uploaded a small test program that was included on the ADCD. On AmigaOS it shows a negative number for the deviation when I press Start, on AROS it always stays 0.

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tgz TIMERINT.TGZ Size: 10.86 KB; Hits: 63

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Re: lowlevel.library enhancements

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Indeed it is, great job and thanks! I'll grab the next nightly tomorrow and give it a go.

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Re: lowlevel.library enhancements

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I checked it and the second nested AddTimerInt returns NULL, so there really can't be more than one simultaneous timers. The first one seems to return some pointer, so this is an arbitrary limit :)

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Re: lowlevel.library enhancements

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Oops, you are absolutely right. I missed this part of the documentation:

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Only a single CIA timer will be allocated by this routine. So this
routine may only be called once without an intervening call to
RemTimerInt().


Although these two seem to be somewhat contradicting it:

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If your program is to exit without reboot, you MUST match all
calls to this function with calls to RemTimerInt() before exiting.

Even if you only use the function once in your program; checking
the return value will make your program more tolerant for
mulititasking on the Amiga computer platforms.

Why the heck is the handle there if you can't allocate multiple timers? It might as well return a boolean :\
Just to be sure I'll check with a small test program later, but one timer is enough for me and given what's in the documentation, I hardly think anybody dared to set up multiple interrupts with it.

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