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Re: A week in AROS...

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Week of April 2nd:

- Fixed crashes under heavy interrupt load on pc-i386 (neil)
- Fixed 3D acceleration for nVidia and Intel graphics (neil)

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Thank you Neil. Is the crash, heavy interrupt load something that can be backported as we wait for stable abi v.1?

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Thank you Neil. Is the crash, heavy interrupt load something that can be backported as we wait for stable abi v.1?


There's no need; that bug isn't present on ABIv0.

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Week of April 9th:

- The HD Audio driver now ensures all amplifiers are unmuted. This allows the Analog Devices AD1984A codec to work (neil)

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More hardware support are always good :)
About the amplifiers, unmuted. I guess that would mean that this fix the issue that AHI device had to be opened twice in some situations like with AA1 before playing sound?
If so it is very welcome :)

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I'm using abiv1 with the computer that I have in the signature, I downloaded the last night build no problem to install it, now I'm writing with owb from it

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@Nikos

I wasn't aware of that problem, but I doubt my recent changes would fix it.

@sabbate

Good to hear.

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I understand that the mission is that it does not have problems of installation on most computers as it happens with abiv0, well done we wait for the end of the year, however you must already already contact the third party developers to bring everything that is on stable version abiv0


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Week of April 16th:

- Major update to C library maths functions: ported missing high precision floating-point and complex number functions from OpenLibm (based upon FreeBSD/OpenBSD) (NicJA)
- Updated other C library maths functions to current FreeBSD code to address compiler optimization issues (NicJA)
- Added FPU-optimised versions of C library maths functions for 32-bit and 64-bit x86 architectures (NicJA)
- New utility to allow dual analogue control gamepads to be used on Linux-hosted AROS, e.g. to play Tower57 (stegerg)
- HD Audio improvements: added device-specific settings for Analog Devices AD1981HD and AD1884 codecs (neil)
- Linux-hosted USB stability/efficiency improvements (dizzyofcrn)
- Updated ICU library (wawa)

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Whow massive update :D

About this update.
New utility to allow dual analogue control gamepads to be used on Linux-hosted AROS, e.g. to play Tower57 (stegerg

What would it take for it to work on native AROS?

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