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Re: Text rendering speed (Qt vs. native)
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2006/12/1 12:20
From Anzio (Rome), Italy
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Quote:

corto wrote:

I am sure: a bug was filled in the OS4 tracker.

There is a feature that is not supported by the 440 core : it has no performance monitor. But it is not used in Hieronymus to profile but only to give the number of cache misses, as a bonus.

I've fixed the bug for Sam440ep / Sam460ex boards. It was in the INTB_VERTB emulation done in rtg.library.

Hieronymus now works nicely on Sam too

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Re: Text rendering speed (Qt vs. native)
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From England
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@m3x
Is this fix already released? If so, where is it?

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Re: Text rendering speed (Qt vs. native)
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From Italy, Perugia
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I think it will be released with the next OS4's update

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Re: Text rendering speed (Qt vs. native)
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Posts: 268
Quote:

m3x wrote:
I've fixed the bug for Sam440ep / Sam460ex boards. It was in the INTB_VERTB emulation done in rtg.library.

Hieronymus now works nicely on Sam too


You know what ? I am so happy ! Not only for me but also because now (errm, soon) Hieronymus can run on most of the Amiga machines. That makes me motivated to improve it after so much time thinking that almost nobody was able to run it.

Thank you so much !

I am sure that more and more bugs and pitfalls will be found.

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