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Re: lowlevel.library enhancements

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cavemann wrote:
Btw at a glance, lowlevel.h looks like it might have a typo.

Line 144, is repeated on line 145,
#define RAWKEY_PORT1_BUTTON_BLUE 0x172

And it seems like there might be a line missing on line 156, something like,
#define RAWKEY_PORT2_BUTTON_BLUE 0x272

No big deal, unless someone wants to try three joysticks


Thanks - it should be correct now.

Posted on: 5/25 14:18
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Re: lowlevel.library enhancements

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BSzili wrote:
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.


You have to press enter after setting the interval on AROS it seems, or it doesn't take the value - that's why it probably only showed 0.

Also, I had the continuous behaviour backwards but that should be fixed now.

I'm not sure about the conversion to eclocks, so if it is wrong feel free to fix it (its based on the code in timer.device).

Posted on: 5/25 12:44
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Re: AROS homepage down?

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Sounds more like dns isn't pointing to the correct host

*shrug*

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Re: lowlevel.library enhancements

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Ok it should be implemented, but I'm not sure if it will make tonight's nightly - check if the library is version 40.7.

Posted on: 5/18 17:33
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Re: AROS hardware info page

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IridiumFX wrote:
As for the Elitebook ... the Atheros cards from the Aspire ZG5s will not fit. The slot is half size. Having an MXM GPU card, it could be possible to swap the FirePro for a Quadro, but I doubt we would move away from VESA. Given I tend to stay away from nvidia and undocumented hardware, graphics will stay as is. Audio works. I will try to find a supported USB wifi dongle and report as soon as possible.

Sorry for the spammy thread, but I think it is useful to share experiences of (actually tested in person) hardware configurations


Nobody minds if you are providing helpful information ;)

We really could use with a decent hardware database (*) though that is easy to navigate and get useful information from, and not just a hodge-podge list of different peoples pieced together info.

(*) - I say database, because it needs to be easy to query for specific categories of hardware/devices. Things like that help developers identify trends of hardware we could do with supporting (common network cards, etc), or cases where drivers fail.

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Re: lowlevel.library enhancements

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Great - so it should hopefully just need starttimerint implemented.

Posted on: 5/18 12:23
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Re: spam

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I'm really starting to get the impression this "spam" isn't by accident, but some malicious Amiga user who doesn't like AROS.

It would be great if someone would log the IP addresses, etc, of the person(s) creating the accounts.

It might also be worth creating some obfuscated code in the website that can access an address without being mangled by a proxy - so we can check the real identity of the purpotrator.

Posted on: 5/18 10:43

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Re: lowlevel.library enhancements

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BSzili wrote:
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.


I came to a similar conclusion - it's the same for the vblank handler (seems a bit silly to only allow one thing).

We could probably change it and just fire off handlers from a list (at least for the vblank handler), but I digress.

If you can let me know the outcome of the testing it would be very helpful.

Posted on: 5/18 10:38
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Re: lowlevel.library enhancements

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Awesome! At a brief glance you don't seem to be using the timer handle at all?


Indeed.

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There will be no way to start multiple timers without it. I'll check it out in detail later.


From what I've read - you aren't supposed to be able to, only one interrupt is handled. If you can test on amigaos and confirm/deny this (and possibly check what it returns as the handle) I can look at adapting it as necessary.

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Re: lowlevel.library enhancements

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@Kalamatee
The code I linked does what the lowlevel.library timer can do, it just needs a slightly different interface. The oldest version of refkeen I used this code because I didn't know about the lowlevel.library timer. I don't have this version anymore.


I've started to implement this. Please check/test the code and let me know if you see anything obviously broken.
Starttimerint is not yet implemented.

Posted on: 5/18 7:56
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