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Re: Basilisk 1.0 beta testing
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@tlosm

Same here, but only in full screen.
In window mode, a yellow line cross the window from top to bottom, but only with 8bit active.

If 8 bit is unchecked, all is fine.

Tested with Quadra 900 ROM and OS 8.0 in a SAM440 Flex at 800.

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Re: Basilisk 1.0 beta testing
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Posts: 2734
@tlosm

Aha, the old problem whit revere endien.

The first 4 pixel are revered, and then the next 4 pixel, what I don't understand is way you can read MacOS in middle of the screen.


Edited by LiveForIt on 2013/10/14 17:26:18
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Re: Basilisk 1.0 beta testing
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... probably the image in video mem is separate in 5 portion of the screen... the middle is good translated...
The big MacOs logo is like another layer and it go on the 5 portions ... sorry im thinking like a web designer .. can be wrong :P

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Re: Basilisk 1.0 beta testing
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@tlosm

On sam 460 and RadeonHD 6670 everiting working good...
there isnt garbage or yellow thing ... plus the os 8 load and run.
It is really more slow compared with the G4 of pegasos but this is the prize...
Hope you will fix it for the peg machine 8)

note on the Sam460 im using a really Mac partition and it is working

The speedometer continue dont show the results.


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Re: Basilisk 1.0 beta testing
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Quote:
It is really more slow compared with the G4 of pegasos but this is the prize...


I have done some optimizing in uae_cpu/memory.h

It kind looked bad, because it was a function calling a function called an other function.
I have rewritten most to use macros whit inline assembler.

Because if you ever dis-compile something like that you know huge amount of crap GCC generates when you use functions alone.

Okay this is not JIT, but I think its the best I can do, it does improve video playback on Warcraft II, I can almost turn of frame skip now on the X1000, I think I have few more frames in Duke Nuke em, and I think the music is more in sync in Monkey Island.

I think the yellow thing is OS4 issue or graphic card issue, don't think I can fix that, I was thinking of making a buffered version of the 8bit full screen, its faster then converting to 32bit, and issues are going to go away, whit picasso lock bitmap, instead of using the BMA address direct.

The MMU hack stuff in 0.9, I don't know how does that work for you?


Edited by LiveForIt on 2013/10/13 23:22:37
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Re: Basilisk 1.0 beta testing
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i mate... i have yesterday gave my peg to a friend of mine engeneer who is changing all the capacitors ... him will probably geve the peg next sadurday till that day i cant check the Basilisk on the peg. but only on the 460 .

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Re: Basilisk 1.0 beta testing
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Here it is the error I had with "Window Compositing on Sam440

Alain Thellier

Crash log for task "BasiliskII"
Generated by GrimReaper 53.2
Crash occured in module BasiliskII at address 0x6F9FD040
Type of crash: DSI (Data Storage Interrupt) exception

Register dump:
GPR (General Purpose Registers):
0: 522AC460 5A872B80 00000000 522AC460 0003FFFF 00000000 00000006 00000005
8: 01000000 522AC460 00000001 5A872BA0 5A75DBB8 5A710CEC 00000000 00000000
16: 5BEC9680 6F9F2F30 00000000 16AA0360 01E70000 00340014 01E70000 00000014
24: 00000000 5A8B9152 00000000 00000000 00000000 01E70000 24002024 5A872B80


FPR (Floating Point Registers, NaN = Not a Number):
0: nan nan 2.78132e-309 0
4: 0 0 0 7.61926e-315
8: 3.39522e-313 2.78132e-309 -1.08025e+207 0
12: 0 0 0 0
16: 0 0 0 0
20: 0 0 0 0
24: 0 0 0 0
28: 0 0 0 0

FPSCR (Floating Point Status and Control Register): 0x82000000


SPRs (Special Purpose Registers):
Machine State (msr) : 0x0002F030
Condition (cr) : 0x22002042
Instruction Pointer (ip) : 0x6F9FD040
Xtended Exception (xer) : 0x00000008
Count (ctr) : 0x6FAA19C0
Link (lr) : 0x6FA97A54
DSI Status (dsisr) : 0x00000000
Data Address (dar) : 0x522AC460



680x0 emulated registers:
DATA: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
ADDR: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
FPU0: 0 0 0 0
FPU4: 0 0 0 0



Symbol info:
Instruction pointer 0x6F9FD040 belongs to module "BasiliskII" (PowerPC)
Symbol: _Z15do_get_mem_longPm + 0x14 in section 1 offset 0x0000C020

Stack trace:
_Z15do_get_mem_longPm()+0x14 (section 1 @ 0xc020)
_Z15get_disp_ea_020mm()+0x188 (section 1 @ 0x5622c)
_Z12op_2010_0_ffm()+0x5C (section 1 @ 0xb09fc)
_Z15m68k_do_executev()+0x54 (section 1 @ 0x55444)
_Z12m68k_executev()+0x58 (section 1 @ 0x554f4)
_Z10Start680x0v()+0x28 (section 1 @ 0x524d8)
main()+0xF90 (section 1 @ 0x2ea0)
native kernel module newlib.library.kmod+0x00001f4c
native kernel module newlib.library.kmod+0x00002be0
native kernel module newlib.library.kmod+0x00002d5c
_start()+0x170 (section 1 @ 0x170)
native kernel module dos.library.kmod+0x0001a228
native kernel module kernel+0x00036290
native kernel module kernel+0x00036310


PPC disassembly:
6f9fd038: 907f0008 stw r3,8(r31)
6f9fd03c: 813f0008 lwz r9,8(r31)
*6f9fd040: 80090000 lwz r0,0(r9)
6f9fd044: 7c030378 mr r3,r0
6f9fd048: 81610000 lwz r11,0(r1)

System information:

CPU
Model: AMCC PPC440EP V1.3
CPU speed: 666 MHz
FSB speed: 133 MHz
Extensions:

Machine
Machine name: Sam440EP
Memory: 524288 KB
Extensions: bus.pci

Expansion buses
PCI/AGP
00:00.0 Vendor 0x1014 Device 0x027F
00:0A.0 Vendor 0x12D8 Device 0x8150
00:0C.0 Vendor 0x1002 Device 0x4C66
Range 0: A8000000 - B0000000 (PREF.MEM)
Range 1: 00001000 - 00001100 (IO)
Range 2: B0000000 - B0010000 (MEM)
00:0E.0 Vendor 0x1095 Device 0x3114
Range 0: 00001100 - 00001108 (IO)
Range 1: 00001108 - 00001110 (IO)
Range 2: 00001110 - 00001118 (IO)
Range 3: 00001118 - 00001120 (IO)
Range 4: 00001120 - 00001130 (IO)
01:04.0 Vendor 0x1013 Device 0x6005
Range 0: A0000000 - A0001000 (MEM)
Range 1: A0010000 - A0020000 (MEM)
01:05.0 Vendor 0x1131 Device 0x1561
Range 0: A0020000 - A0021000 (MEM)
01:05.1 Vendor 0x1131 Device 0x1561
Range 0: A0021000 - A0022000 (MEM)
01:05.2 Vendor 0x1131 Device 0x1562
Range 0: A0022000 - A0022100 (MEM)

Libraries
0x5bf7f2e8: french.language V52.1
0x01dbd806: exec.library V53.12
0x5ff67174: vilintuisup.library V0.9
0x5ff67048: cgxvideo.library V42.1
0x5ff6f0e0: cybergraphics.library V43.0
0x5a850728: Separator.docky V53.1
0x5aa6b0e0: slider.gadget V53.11
0x5c021f30: getfont.gadget V53.6
0x5c021df0: getfile.gadget V53.7
0x5c021cb0: arexx.class V53.3
0x5aa6d288: clicktab.gadget V53.34
0x5abd68e8: screenblanker.library V53.3
0x5c021a30: checkbox.gadget V53.8
0x5ab49760: requester.class V53.16
0x5c021850: space.gadget V53.4
0x5bf1c248: chooser.gadget V53.14
0x5c021710: penmap.image V53.5
0x5c021670: bitmap.image V53.6
0x5c0215d0: integer.gadget V53.9
0x5fe08808: listbrowser.gadget V53.38
0x5b279500: string.gadget V53.15
0x5b0411b8: popupmenu.class V53.2
0x5b279a58: popupmenu.library V53.5
0x5c021490: scroller.gadget V53.10
0x5b27a0d8: cs4281.audio V5.0
0x5fd1adf4: device.audio V6.2
0x5bf1c384: filesave.audio V6.3
0x5bd3eb34: asl.library V53.36
0x5bdc6f50: png.datatype V53.4
0x5be2c084: picture.datatype V53.3
0x5fd69af0: mathieeedoubbas.library V52.1
0x5bff0104: usergroup.library V4.30
0x5fd68ea8: usbhidgate.library V52.2
0x5be791ac: hid.usbfd V53.2
0x5bf2da60: bsdsocket.library V4.292
0x5bff292c: textclip.library V52.2
0x5bdc6190: button.gadget V53.12
0x5bdc62d0: glyph.image V53.3
0x5bff16d0: window.class V53.34
0x5bdc6050: label.image V53.11
0x5bf20438: layout.gadget V53.17
0x5bf20600: bevel.image V53.6
0x5bf80d60: drawlist.image V53.3
0x5bf1c04c: ft2.library V53.1
0x5ff1008c: workbench.library V53.25
0x5c0116e8: emulation.library V41.446
0x5c03ed80: Picasso96API.library V2.356
0x5bfc89e0: gadtools.library V53.4
0x5c010288: timezone.library V53.6
0x5bf7b4e8: application.library V53.10
0x5ffa89bc: commodities.library V53.1
0x5c003140: datatypes.library V53.4
0x5c8628cc: icon.library V53.7
0x5c09c9d8: version.library V53.2
0x5c847a30: iffparse.library V53.1
0x5ffb5ccc: locale.library V53.3
0x5ff6841c: diskfont.library V53.4
0x5ff9df18: petunia.library V53.3
0x5ff9dd98: diskcache.library V3.30
0x5fd4b5f4: dos.library V53.48
0x5ff67444: usbprivate.library V53.6
0x5fe5823c: massstorage.usbfd V53.6
0x5fe581a8: bootkeyboard.usbfd V52.3
0x5fe58128: bootmouse.usbfd V53.1
0x5ff672fc: hub.usbfd V53.6
0x5ff6724c: usbresource.library V53.6
0x5ff8f5b8: hunk.library V53.3
0x5ff9d354: elf.library V53.10
0x5ff924d0: intuition.library V53.30
0x5ff4c150: rtg.library V41.4340
0x5ff98820: ATIRadeon.chip V53.19
0x5ff987a4: PCIGraphics.card V53.1
0x5ffaa7a0: keymap.library V53.1
0x5ff8d330: layers.library V53.5
0x5ffb4420: graphics.library V53.4
0x5ff8f0e4: nonvolatile.library V52.1
0x5ffab318: newlib.library V53.9
0x5ff9e1ac: utility.library V53.1
0x5ffaa0a8: expansion.library V53.1
0x5bdc758e: rexxsyslib.library V45.7 (Legacy)

Devices
0x5bbd29d4: clipboard.device V53.2
0x5bd3e704: ahi.device V6.6
0x5ff8d4c0: usbsys.device V53.6
0x5ff8fb90: ohci.usbhcd V53.9
0x5ff8faf0: uhci.usbhcd V53.7
0x5ff8f984: sii3114ide.device V53.3
0x5ffa8628: console.device V53.1
0x5ff9f3f0: ramdrive.device V52.6
0x5ffaa9ec: input.device V53.3
0x5ffa8314: keyboard.device V53.2
0x5ff9f2d0: timer.device V53.1

Tasks
ahi.device Unit Process (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5b1d8004 - 0x5b1e7ffc, pointer @ 0x5b1e7f20 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xf000c000, SigWait 0x00000100
State: Process (Waiting)
ClickToFront (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5abbc004 - 0x5abcbffc, pointer @ 0x5abcba80 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xc000d000, SigWait 0x00000100
State: Process (Waiting)
input.device (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5ff54000 - 0x5ff64000, pointer @ 0x5ff63f00 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Task (Waiting)
SFS DosList handler (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5ca71004 - 0x5ca72ffc, pointer @ 0x5ca72f20 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
USB stack (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5fe47000 - 0x5fe4b000, pointer @ 0x5fe4af20 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xf8007000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Task (Waiting)
OHCI Controller Task Unit 1 (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5fe1b000 - 0x5fe23000, pointer @ 0x5fe22f00 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xbc001000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Task (Waiting)
OHCI Controller Task Unit 0 (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5fe37000 - 0x5fe3f000, pointer @ 0x5fe3ef00 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xbc001000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Task (Waiting)
SDL thread 0x5a839150 (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5b208004 - 0x5b217ffc, pointer @ 0x5b217ea0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x40000000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
sii3114ide.device - chip 0 port 1 (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5fe87000 - 0x5fe8f000, pointer @ 0x5fe8ef20 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xc0000000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Task (Waiting)
page_sweep (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5fe5f004 - 0x5fe66ffc, pointer @ 0x5fe66e80 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Task (Waiting)
sii3114ide.device - chip 0 port 0 (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5feb7000 - 0x5febf000, pointer @ 0x5febef20 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xc0000000, SigWait 0x20000000
State: Task (Waiting)
hid.usbfd (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5bcc9004 - 0x5bcd0ffc, pointer @ 0x5bcd0f00 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xe0000000, SigWait 0x00000100
State: Process (Waiting)
hid.usbfd (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5fd97004 - 0x5fd9effc, pointer @ 0x5fd9ef00 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xe0000000, SigWait 0x00000100
State: Process (Waiting)
HID Keyboard (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5bbf1004 - 0x5bc00ffc, pointer @ 0x5bc00f30 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x90001000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
HID Consumer (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5bc71004 - 0x5bc80ffc, pointer @ 0x5bc80f30 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80001000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
HID Mouse (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5bbb9004 - 0x5bbc8ffc, pointer @ 0x5bbc8f30 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80001000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
HID Consumer (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5bba5004 - 0x5bbb4ffc, pointer @ 0x5bbb4f30 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80001000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
hid.usbfd (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5bd2d004 - 0x5bd34ffc, pointer @ 0x5bd34f00 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xe0000000, SigWait 0x00000100
State: Process (Waiting)
reaper.task (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5c320004 - 0x5c327ffc, pointer @ 0x5c327ea0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x00007000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
JH1 (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5ca7d004 - 0x5ca7effc, pointer @ 0x5ca7eeb0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xe0000100, SigWait 0x10000000
State: Process (Waiting)
CD0 (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5ca77004 - 0x5ca78ffc, pointer @ 0x5ca78f20 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x00000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
RAM (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5c84c004 - 0x5c853ffc, pointer @ 0x5c853ca0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xc0000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
JH0 (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5ff34004 - 0x5ff35ffc, pointer @ 0x5ff35eb0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xe0000100, SigWait 0x10000000
State: Process (Waiting)
HID Mouse (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5bca9004 - 0x5bcb8ffc, pointer @ 0x5bcb8f30 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80001000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
hid.usbfd (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5bcbd004 - 0x5bcc4ffc, pointer @ 0x5bcc4f00 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xe0000000, SigWait 0x00000100
State: Process (Waiting)
pager (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5c2fc004 - 0x5c31bffc, pointer @ 0x5c31bf00 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80001000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
ENV (Ready)
Stack: 0x5ca89004 - 0x5ca8affc, pointer @ 0x5ca8ada0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000000, SigWait 0x80000100
State: Process (Ready)
Basilisk II 60Hz (Ready)
Stack: 0x5b1a0004 - 0x5b1afffc, pointer @ 0x5b1aff40 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000000, SigWait 0x80000000
State: Process (Ready)
dos_lock_handler (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5ff22004 - 0x5ff23ffc, pointer @ 0x5ff23f10 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x00000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
dos_nbmd_process (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5ff28004 - 0x5ff29ffc, pointer @ 0x5ff29f20 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x00000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
RAW (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5c87c004 - 0x5c883ffc, pointer @ 0x5c883de0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
CON (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5c858004 - 0x5c85fffc, pointer @ 0x5c85fde0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
CON (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5c32c004 - 0x5c333ffc, pointer @ 0x5c333de0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
AUDIO (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5bd75004 - 0x5bd84ffc, pointer @ 0x5bd84ec0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x00000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
CON (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5ac83004 - 0x5ac92ffc, pointer @ 0x5ac92de0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
CON (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5ac53004 - 0x5ac62ffc, pointer @ 0x5ac62de0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
CON (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5ab68004 - 0x5ab77ffc, pointer @ 0x5ab77de0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
CON (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5ab54004 - 0x5ab63ffc, pointer @ 0x5ab63de0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
CON (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5aa95004 - 0x5aaa4ffc, pointer @ 0x5aaa4de0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
RANDOM (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5bfcd004 - 0x5bfdcffc, pointer @ 0x5bfdcef0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x00000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
CON (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5a83e004 - 0x5a84dffc, pointer @ 0x5a84dde0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xa0000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
console.device (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5ff08000 - 0x5ff10000, pointer @ 0x5ff0ff70 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xf0000000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Task (Waiting)
RexxMaster [] (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5bb0d004 - 0x5bb1cffc, pointer @ 0x5bb1cf50 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xc0000000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
TEXTCLIP (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5bda4004 - 0x5bdb3ffc, pointer @ 0x5bdb3eb0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000000, SigWait 0x00000100
State: Process (Waiting)
Workbench [Workbench] (Ready)
Stack: 0x5bad9004 - 0x5bae8ffc, pointer @ 0x5bae8e80 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000000, SigWait 0x80000000
State: Process (Ready)
datatypes.library (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5bdce004 - 0x5bdddffc, pointer @ 0x5bdddf10 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x00001100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
Workbench Clipboard Server (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5b280004 - 0x5b28fffc, pointer @ 0x5b28ff00 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000000, SigWait 0x00000100
State: Process (Waiting)
string.gadget server (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5ad07004 - 0x5ad16ffc, pointer @ 0x5ad16db0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x40000000, SigWait 0x00000100
State: Process (Waiting)
ContextMenus Command Dispatcher [ContextMenus Command Dispatcher] (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5a8c6004 - 0x5a8d5ffc, pointer @ 0x5a8d5f40 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80001000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
Workbench DosList Notify (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5b07c004 - 0x5b08bffc, pointer @ 0x5b08bf40 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x00003000, SigWait 0x00000100
State: Process (Waiting)
RinghioServer (Ready)
Stack: 0x5aac1004 - 0x5aae0ffc, pointer @ 0x5aae07c0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xd8001000, SigWait 0x10000100
State: Process (Ready)
AmiDock (Ready)
Stack: 0x5ac9f004 - 0x5acaeffc, pointer @ 0x5acae930 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x00000100, SigWait 0x00000100
State: Process (Ready)
Basilisk II IDCMP Handler (Ready)
Stack: 0x5b1f4004 - 0x5b203ffc, pointer @ 0x5b203ee0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xc0001000, SigWait 0x80000000
State: Process (Ready)
hub.usbfd (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5fdef004 - 0x5fdf6ffc, pointer @ 0x5fdf6f10 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x30000000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Task (Waiting)
hub.usbfd (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5fde3004 - 0x5fdeaffc, pointer @ 0x5fdeaf10 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x30000000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Task (Waiting)
DST watcher (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5bf3c004 - 0x5bf4bffc, pointer @ 0x5bf4bf20 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xc0000000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
USB stack Process (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5be42004 - 0x5be51ffc, pointer @ 0x5be51ee0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80001000, SigWait 0x00000100
State: Process (Waiting)
TCP/IP Log (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5bc95004 - 0x5bca4ffc, pointer @ 0x5bca4f00 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80003000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
TCP/IP Configuration (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5bc55004 - 0x5bc64ffc, pointer @ 0x5bc64de0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xf8003000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
TCP/IP Superserver [TCP/IP Superserver] (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5bc39004 - 0x5bc48ffc, pointer @ 0x5bc48a00 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xd0000080, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
ConClip (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5bb6d004 - 0x5bb7cffc, pointer @ 0x5bb7ceb0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
« IPrefs » (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5bfb5004 - 0x5bfc4ffc, pointer @ 0x5bfc4530 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x0000f000, SigWait 0x40000100
State: Process (Waiting)
DefIcons (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5ac6f004 - 0x5ac7effc, pointer @ 0x5ac7edc0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80009000, SigWait 0x00000100
State: Process (Waiting)
RAWBInfo (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5abdc004 - 0x5abebffc, pointer @ 0x5abebec0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80001000, SigWait 0x00000100
State: Process (Waiting)
ScreenBlankerEngine (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5aba8004 - 0x5abb7ffc, pointer @ 0x5abb7be0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xd8001000, SigWait 0x00000100
State: Process (Waiting)
ASYNCWB (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5acb3004 - 0x5acc2ffc, pointer @ 0x5acc2e70 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80001000, SigWait 0x00000100
State: Process (Waiting)
ContextMenus [] (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5ab94004 - 0x5aba3ffc, pointer @ 0x5aba3c50 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xe0001000, SigWait 0x00000100
State: Process (Waiting)
application.library messageserver (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5bff6000 - 0x5bff6fa0, pointer @ 0x5bff6f10 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xc0000000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Task (Waiting)
ramlib (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5c081004 - 0x5c08affc, pointer @ 0x5c08af20 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000000, SigWait 0x00000100
State: Process (Waiting)
Basilisk II XPRAM Watchdog (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5b1bc004 - 0x5b1cbffc, pointer @ 0x5b1cbf50 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x00001000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
screenblanker.library timing dispatcher (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5aa44004 - 0x5aa53ffc, pointer @ 0x5aa53ea0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x00000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
TCP/IP Control (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5bc1d004 - 0x5bc2cffc, pointer @ 0x5bc2cdc0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xf8009080, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
BasiliskII (Crashed)
Stack: 0x5a863004 - 0x5a872ffc, pointer @ 0x5a872b80 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x00000020, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Crashed)
Picasso96 (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5bf68004 - 0x5bf77ffc, pointer @ 0x5bf77db0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
dos_signal_server (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5ff2e004 - 0x5ff2fffc, pointer @ 0x5ff2ff10 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x0000e000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
dos_filedir_notify (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5fd37004 - 0x5fd3affc, pointer @ 0x5fd3aad0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x40000000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
ramlib.support (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5c073004 - 0x5c07cffc, pointer @ 0x5c07cf10 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80004000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
dos_appdir_server (Waiting)
Stack: 0x5fd2f004 - 0x5fd32ffc, pointer @ 0x5fd324c0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80001000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
idle.task (Ready)
Stack: 0x5ff8e000 - 0x5ff8f000, pointer @ 0x5ff8efd0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x00000000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Task (Ready)

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Re: Basilisk 1.0 beta testing
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Do you still using the old Update 4 ?

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So what graphic card do you use?
What applications and OS are you emulating when it crashed?
What did you do when it crashed?

Function *Get_disp* might be something interesting, it hard to say what happens when composition fails.

If your using a old update, there are no granites.

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http://lifeofliveforit.blogspot.no/20 ... bout-optimizing-code.html

Updated my blog, new entry about Optimizing.

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>So what graphic card do you use?
On board M9

>What applications and OS are you emulating when it crashed?
Applications: none
Just booting an old hardfile (7.1?) from shapeshifter. The same settings works fine in full-screen mode but just freeze in window & window-compositing modes

>What did you do when it crashed?
It only crash in window-compositing mode when moving a window

>If your using a old update...
I know I know .... but this Sam440 is not online and serve only for compiling/testing my own programs

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Hi, could you improve EUAE adding a window compositing mode? I asked it some months ago but anyone worked on it, look at:

http://www.amigans.net/modules/xforum ... t_id=76776#forumpost76776

my post 32 and 35

or:

http://www.amigans.net/modules/xforum ... m=27&topic_id=5869&order=


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yes composition on euae for sure will speed up the operation and in junction with the jit we will have a super great result ... im sure about this

this is my recent test about euae sdl on os4.1.6.60 on pegasos2
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pLedJuSKLOI
compare my result of video with this ;)

http://www.retrocomputing.net/parts/c ... 600/a600de/howupgrade.htm

and immagine an Euae Jit+Composition+Gl what ll can do :P

There is a new Wip version of euae with many improvments i hope will exit a new sdl version with libboostygfx from hunoPPC because will make euae render in Opengl and Overlayscreens and a compositing version too.

and if will be a Altivec compiled version better more and more :P :P :P : P


Edited by tlosm on 2013/10/15 9:37:43
Edited by tlosm on 2013/10/15 10:16:45
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Last night work on Basilisk II.

Added B/W to full screen, convert B/W to 8bit mode, should be faster than converting to 32bit,
(not yet assembler optimized.)

Changed 8bit to use video buffer in full screen, due to problems when moving windows on X1000.
(Simple copy to screen, no endian conversion for now, probably going to use Picasso96 lock/unlock)
I'm thinking about making this an option.

GUI, frame skip and line skip can now not be negative values.

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Re: Basilisk 1.0 beta testing
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Quote:
In window mode, a yellow line cross the window from top to bottom, but only with 8bit active.

Composition is made up of triangles, the effect your taking about is likely some difference between rendering from one graphic card to another, or driver issue.

Way you don't see it in 32bit I don't know, do you use the same whit and height in 8bit as you do in 32bit or different.

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Quote:
Could you improve EUAE adding a window compositing mode?


Most likely, do I want to is the question.
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Re: Basilisk 1.0 beta testing
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Looks really nice, so you can play XTR that's nice.
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and if will be a Altivec compiled version better more and more :P :P :P : P


I asked Freescale about it, they looked for me but they were unable to find any beginner guides, I have looked all over the net, all I find is some broken links to some Apple web pages, and some hyped documents about how Altivec is the best, and some code that looks complex not beginner friendly. There are no good step by step guides, so in other words, Altivec optimizing is not going to be something I do.

I guess someone is going to say now that but GCC support altivec optimizing or something like that, yes but GCC is poor at guessing what it can be optimize, pluss if its compiled for altivec you can't run it on other computers does not support it, we can however isolate Altivec code in inline assembler.


Edited by LiveForIt on 2013/10/15 16:49:03
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I dont know mate with example Mplayer Altivec in junction with av_codec_library altivec i can see the boost of video/audio rendering decoding ...
On a big mkv full hd 1080p i see an increasing of 3/4 frames the example movie go at 11/ 12 and usually 7/8 fps ... every become 1/2 more faster 8)

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I believe it's about 4 operations that can be executed at the same time, whit altivec,

1) The first step is unroll loops.

2) This enables you to see what can be executed at the same time, as vectors.

if you do not try to unroll loops it's likely that you want be able to take full advantage of altivec, that is all I know, so its likely there are more CPU power that can be saved, maybe its possible to get 22/24 frames if you do it correct.


Edited by LiveForIt on 2013/10/15 20:33:22
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Re: Basilisk 1.0 beta testing
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This is what I know about your crash..

function op_2010_0() emulates:
MOVE.L (An),Dn

some how get_disp_ea_020(), it does not look like it called from there but it most likely a marco,
get_disp_ea_020() some how calles do_get_mem_long()

does nothing but return the content of what is on the address, it does not convert the address or anything like that.

R9 is 0x522AC460

when it crashes at lwz r0,0(r9)

What I do not know is what MacOS was doing when it was running MOVE.L, and I do not know what 0x522AC460 is.


Failure to read from 0x522AC460, means the memory was not allocated, so was it the wrong address? Was it because of a failure to allocate memory.

And we do not have memory MAP of the emulated MAC, this is problem, so we can't se if it was memory bonedry that was read outside of.

The rest of the crash log, Devices and Libraries, AGP, Stack, 680x0, FPR registers.
Are generally useless information.


Edited by LiveForIt on 2013/10/16 16:07:14
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