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Re: xfdmaster.library C rewrite/port for AmigaOS 4.1
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I'm not sure if it is related to this, but I've just noticed the XPK datatype is crashing now. IIRC it uses XFD if the file isn't XPK compressed.

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Re: xfdmaster.library C rewrite/port for AmigaOS 4.1
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I've had problems with XPK_UseXfdMaster before (using the 68k xfdmaster.library).

I reported it on the AmigaOS support forums in 2012 but never got any answer:
http://forum.hyperion-entertainment.b ... c.php?f=26&t=1214&p=14823

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Re: xfdmaster.library C rewrite/port for AmigaOS 4.1
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Just found and fixed a serious bug in RecogLinker when calling linkers' Analyse functions. It was passing linkerinfo in A0 when it should have been passing the hunk start pointer in A0 and the linkerinfo in A5.

Not sure why this bug only caused crashes with the PPC version of xfdList I'm working on right now and not with the old 68k one.

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I've recompiled my LZMA slave for OS4. If you have the old one and v53 xfdmaster installed, AmiUpdate should offer it (but it's the first time I've tried the dependencies thing, so it might not).

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Just uploaded version 53.3:
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53.3 (27.8.2014)
- Added ET_SaveParamRegs to all EmulateTags() calls.
- RecogLinker() now passes parameters in the correct registers when calling
the Analyse functions (hunk start in A0, linkerinfo in A5).
- Wrote a replacement xfdList command.


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Version 53.5 just uploaded:
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53.5 (1.9.2014)
- Added an Installer script.
- Wrote a replacement for the xfdScan command.
- Fixed a memory leak in the external GZip slave.
- Implemented a new external BZip2 slave, making use of bzip2.library.

53.4 (27.8.2014)
- Wrote a replacement for the external GZip slave, making use of z.library.
- Fixed missing newlines in V53.2 xfdLibInfo output.

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@salass00

I've assigned you to the project. Sorry about the delay.

Vacca foeda. Sum, ergo edo

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Re: xfdmaster.library C rewrite/port for AmigaOS 4.1
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Thank you salass00, small donation sent

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Version 53.7 just uploaded:
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53.7 (11.9.2014)
- Fixed another bug when calling linker Analyse functions (parameter in A1 was missing as well).
- Fixed LINKSIMPLE and LINKPRO code in xfdDecrunch.
- Added missing FreeVec() call in xfdScan.
- Wrote a replacement for the xfdUnlink command.
- Added new API functions: xfdFault() and xfdPrintFault().
- Made xfdDecrunch, xfdScan and xfdUnlink commands use the new xfdPrintFault() function.

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Re: xfdmaster.library C rewrite/port for AmigaOS 4.1
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A native SQSH decoder would be cool! (used for protracker modules).


Slightly off-topic, but I've written (or, more accurately, ported) a native xpkSQSH.library (as I said earlier, writing an XFD slave for an XPK format could easily cause problems)

Doesn't support packing, only unpacking. I think there are better options for packing these days anyway! (but if somebody has working SQSH packing code, I'll add it)

Unpacking appears to be the same speed as the 68k version under JIT, but that might just be me! Let me know if you think it's quicker or not.


Edited by Chris on 2014/9/14 9:38:08
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