PowerPC Machine Code generator Experiment.
I have been looking at ways to convert float to int fast, lately.
I have been thinking about this video.
C64 Demo coders trying to make C64 do more than they should able to do.
So there has been lots of talk about JIT compiler in Amiga community, EUAE jit compiler by Álmos Rajnai.
Lost family member on 10/06/015 and gone realy cold not coding anything just paused my works until i get my mood back.
So, some really cool things have been popping up lately over in Amiga-land:
WinUAE version 3.2.0 will be adding some VERY cool new options:
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Today I thought some quick updates on some new AmigaOS4.1 game releases - Quake 2 High Definition Edition from HunoPPC on AmigaOS4.1 with Warp3D, The Secrets of Middle City Demo Version, and more.
First, a look at a upgraded Quake2 High Definition release from HunoPPC for AmigaOS4.1, which was quietly released recently.
It definitely improves the look of Quake 2 on AmigaOS4.1 with higher HD resolutions, but of course you need to have Warp3D working on your system.
The Listtree class is .. not my friend ;-). But somehow with a lot of trial and error, I managed to get it working:
I was sent an Amiga 2000. The powersupply on it died.
So how to fix this? well. you can put in an modern ATX Powersupply. So I did, and this is a short writeup of how to do it.
First of all, as most (all?) modern ATX PSUs do not contain the -5V signal, you will have problems using some ISA cards if you use a bridgeboard. but as this is not a very common usage, this will not be a big problem.
So, first, remove your old PSU and open it.
IMPORTANT! do NOT touch the big capacitors on the A2000 PSU or the ATX one.
So, I haven’t posted much lately due to being busy but also not seeing much that I wanted to comment upon.
First off, the MorphOS team has already uploaded a new build (v3.9) less than 2 months after 3.8. I like this type of release schedule! While v3.8 added support for the SAM460 boards, among other things, v3.9 is mostly a bug-fix update. Always free to try, and high quality. There isn’t much not to like with MorphOS!