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Re: Beta testing
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Okay, I get the following error when trying to compile:

Quote:
T:gmake.sh.223.SBMFAX[1]: cd: /src/tools/moc - Device not configured
gmake: *** [moc] Error 1


I have checked the moc executable and yes, the exeute bit is set. What could be wrong? I also have a stack of 200000 I think.

Thanks!

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Re: Beta testing
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@alfkil

Okay, got it installed. It seems that if I try to install it FROM any JXFS\4 partition, I get a DSI error just before the install completes (around 90%). I copied everything over to an SFS\02 partition and installed from there and it installed just fine! How strange is that?
Anyway, tried the demos - great work! I look forward to trying to compile and build some QT programs.


Thanks!

Scott

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Re: Beta testing
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@alfkil

I downloaded the QT4.7 from OS4 depot an decompressed it on my micro A1. However, every time I try to install it using the install icon provided, the installer runs for about 10 minutes or so (800MHz G3 cpu) and then I get a series of DSI errors. I have tried repeatedly decompressing the QT file I downloaded and starting to install again, but always the same results. Note - the decompress shows no errors.

Any ideas?

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Re: Beta testing
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Awesome work alfkil! I can't wait to try it out!
If you just put together a distribution with the user files and compressed it down to 73 Meg, could that be uploaded to OS4 depot? Can't recall their file size restrictions.
Anyway...good work!

Scott

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AmigaOne Micro A1-c 512M RAM 1TB SSD using SATA 3114 controller
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Re: Comments?
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Aren't they just advertising a mouse pad?

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Re: Opus Magellan source is free now!
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I'll test it on a micro A1 for OS 4.1 when you get a beta ready!

Scott

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Re: Opus Magellan source is free now!
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Hmmm.. it looks like the annoyingly large icon in the lister toolbars is now replaced with a nice icon. Is that it?

Scott

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Re: AVD Pre-Release
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@ChrisH

Yes, that's why I say he was bushwacked by Amiga Inc. You are correct, he did acknowledge that the workload was greater than he expected and was up front about it with everyone when he realized AVD would take a lot longer than expected. But once Amiga Inc lured him away, he was unable to work on AVD at all anymore. I was very sad about that.
I did get a sketchy sort of semi working version of the AVD suite. I'll see if I can find it on my AmigaOne, or if I ended up just deleting it. I was really looking forward to this program...but Codebench seems to do the job well enough!

Scott

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Re: AVD Pre-Release
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Yes, I'm one of the suckers...I guess. I signed up for the monthly pledge deal and gave I think probably around $100 or more towards the cause...the programs he was developing were excellent....but alas, he was bushwacked by Amiga Inc and vanished from the world of reality for several years.
I hope he comes back and finishes his work and I get what I paid for eventually!

Scott

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Re: Opus Magellan source is free now!
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Great work!


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Re: Screenblanker is jerky with new intuition.library?
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I have no problems with my micro A1 and any of the screen blankers. They all run smoothly.....

Scott

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Re: Opus Magellan source is free now!
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Has work on Dopus pretty much stopped now that the error that prevented it from working in OS4 got fixed? I haven't seen anyone post anything except some new control buttons for a few weeks.
Anyone in the MOS or AROS world working with the DOPUS source code?

A couple of improvements I'd like to see in the OS4 compatible 68k version would be:

1) massive file size handling

2) wheel mouse to scroll in lister windows


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Re: Opus Magellan source is free now!
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I have tried many times to log on to ftp sites using the fixed version of Magellan and it has not yet worked. I have tried both anonymous sites requiring no password as wel as ones that require a username and password, and have used the ftp address book as well as tried directly adding the ftp to a lister at the bottom entry line.
I see a requester that shows logging in, logged in successfully, then "reading directory". This remains this way forever unless I abort.
The same sites work properly using amiftp.

What could be wrong here?

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Re: Opus Magellan source is free now!
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Interesting, I am having no problem using .wav, 8svx or other sound files in Magellan - I am setting up the sound environment variables and they all work fine.
Could it be that it is using datatypes that are causing a conflict for you? Can you verify you are using the built-in sound player?

Scott

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Re: Opus Magellan source is free now!
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Anyone gotten the FTP stuff in Magellan to work? It tries to connect but even when it says it connected to an FTP site and closes the initial requester and shows a lister, the lister is always empty.
Am I just not trying valid sites, or is ftp not working in Magellan?

Scott

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Re: Opus Magellan source is free now!
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Good job everyone!

I'm glad it was something simple!

Scott

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Re: Opus Magellan source is free now!
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Hmmm..

It appears to be an issue with the read_directory function.

When I comment out the line that calls read_directory in lister_proc.c (lines 521-524 of lister_proc.c) I can open and close listers. They default to icon type and show nothing, but I can use the right mouse button to change them to list type, and the refresh shows the lister icons etc.
When I enter a new path in the line at the bottom of the lister, it calls a different call to read_directory and we see the infamous DSI errors in OS4.

So the problem seems to be something in read_directory.

Scott

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Re: Opus Magellan source is free now!
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@kas1e

Interesting....

In lister_proc.c I just tried commenting out the code you mentioned like this...

// Read device list?
/*
if (flags&LISTERF_DEVICES)
{
function_launch_quick(
FUNCTION_RUN_FUNCTION,
def_function_devicelist,
lister);
}

// Otherwise, check source/dest
else lister_smart_source(lister);
*/

and rebuilt....but it still behaves exactly the same - dsi errors in the same places. Is there something I did not do correctly? You mentioned that you wre able to open lister windows with this change and not get errors. Is there something else you did too?
I also recall someone suggesting that it is the changes in the OS4 icon.library that is somehow responsible for the Opus Magellan lister errors. Have you tried commenting out the code that creates the icon strip in a lister and see what happens?
Just a thought....

Scott

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Re: Opus Magellan source is free now!
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@kas1e

"sc:c/sc RESETOPTS NOMULTINCLUDES NOOBJECTNAME MGST=include:all.gst sc:source/all.c"

Ah! That works. Thank you!

Please let me know if there is anything I can do to help you solve the lister (message) problem.


Scott

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Re: Opus Magellan source is free now!
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@kas1e

I have been successful in rebuilding Opus Magellan in SASC on OS4. SASC is fully Petunia compatible - there is no need to use UAE to build. Just be careful to add all the proper includes to user-startup and be careful not to overwrite any of the OS4 SDK paths (like bin).
It builds VERY fast on SASC in OS4.

Where did you put the delay to make the lister "sort of" work? i have tried adding small delays to lister.c in various places with no success.

I'm sure that like me you discovered you needed to add the executive sysinfo include files, as well as use NDK 3.9 and multiuser include files from Aminet to get Magellan to properly build. See my posts on Amigaworld.net about what includes I used.

Please keep us posted on what you find about the listers....I think the problem should be relatively easy to resolve. You are a lot more familiar with porting stuff to OS4 than I....
And I agree with your approach. You need to make sure you can rebuild a working version on Os3 before attempting to port it to a different compiler. To port it to a different compiler first adds too many unknowns right away.

Scott

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