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Re: A week in AROS...

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Wow i'm impressed and so excited ! This will make aos 4 and morphos users so jealous ! :)


Sure! :D

Kalamatee is making the miracle and transform "what can't be done" into a reality.

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Wow i'm impressed and so excited ! This will make aos 4 and morphos users so jealous ! :)


Sure! :D

Kalamatee is making the miracle and transform "what can't be done" into a reality.


Well, it would be dishonest to take all credit since Michal Schulz has contributed massively to it, and fixed many issues - but regardless there's still a long way to go before it would be considered worthy of a nightly build even.

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Is this thread postable by anyone who is going to do dev-work?

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Week of February 20th:
- Frequency of task scheduling in SMP build has been increased (Kalamatee)
- SysMon has been extended to show core number and used time (Kalamatee)
- CPU load per core is now being measured by AROS kernel (mschulz)
- Work on handling inter-processor interrupts continues (mschulz)
- screenmode.prefs file handling is fixed to always user big endian (neil)
- Bootloader preferences are now available on AROS x86_64 (Kalamatee)
- Finegrained task list update in SysMon has been implemented (Kalamatee)
- processor.resource how support CPU frequency calculation for Core-i processors (mschulz)
- CPU usage meter in SysMon has better resolution (mschulz)
- Work on custom MUI class for presenting graphs started (Kalamatee)
- SysMon is being modified to use the MUI Graph class (Kalamatee)
- Precision of CPU time display in SysMon has been increased (Kalamatee)
- TaskList, Avail, DevList, LibList and ResList has been corrected to properly display 64-bit adresses (mschulz)
- MUI Graph class now supports multiline text (Kalamatee)
- BULK, INTR and ISOC transfers has been made asynchronous in USB hosted driver (DizzyOfCRN)
- SysMon correctly displays more than 4 CPU graphs (Kalamatee)
- Work on making modules loader SMP safe started (Kalamatee)
- PCITool UI has been reworked for better readability (Kalamatee)
- Graph class now correctly deallocates pens (Kalamatee)
- It is not possible to switch between grouped and single CPU displays in SysMon (Kalamatee)
- ata.device now supports bounce buffer in case of DMA transfers outside the 4GB limit (mschulz)
- New locking mechanism is being introduced in exec.library (mschulz)

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Is this thread postable by anyone who is going to do dev-work?

Even i'm able to post in it but do not do dev work.

Point is, it is a 'reserved' thread that is used to post progress reports based on what happened to/in the source-tree of AROS.

It is used by those wh like to follow development but have no clue on how to interpret the changes made to the source-tree as well as allow people to comment on those changes (in case something failed or in case there are additional questions).

In case you wish to discuss your own development, then i would suggest to use this subforum (devopment) but create your own new thread.


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Re: A week in AROS...

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- BULK, INTR and ISOC transfers has been made asynchronous in USB hosted driver (DizzyOfCRN)

I missed that, Nice ! Thanks DizzyOfCRN.

Of course is goes without saying: thank all the others for their improvements as well. Do Kalamatee and mschulz ever sleep ?

Thanks for the progress update deadwood.

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That's one heck of a long list and a phenominal amount of work; there's a real head of steam there for 64-bit. Also great to see the amount of positive feedback this is getting over on AW.net. Exciting times!

Cheers,
Nigel.

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Awesome progress, very exiting. Cant wait to test it. Is it going to be able to Handle one of those Ryzen processors with 16 logical cores?

Aros64 has been around for a long time now, I remember testing it for mschulz nearly 10 years ago when it first began.

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Re: A week in AROS...

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A big thank you to all people involved in AROS development!

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Ahh alright :3

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