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Software News   Software News : UAE 0.8.23
   posted by evilrich on 27-Jan-2004 1:15:40 (4612 reads)
A new release of my unofficial, experimental version of UAE for Linux, Unix, OS X, BeOS and AmigaOS is available for download. UAE 0.8.23-20040125 is based on the latest WinUAE 0.8.23 and includes dozens of other updates and bugfixes. The Picasso96 emulation has been improved, as has the SDL graphics driver. The AmigaOS target also see numerous enhancements, including fuller config file support for selecting screenmodes.

For more details see http://www.rcdrummond.net/uae/
    

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Re: UAE 0.8.23
Posted on 27-Jan-2004 7:49:37
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The link is currently lacking a 't' and an 'm':

http://www.rcdrumond.ne/uae/

Someone change it to:

http://www.rcdrummond.net/uae/

http://www.rcdrummond.net/uae/

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Re: UAE 0.8.23
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Thanks Rich. Should try it on my aone and A1200.
Do you have plan to support .ipf too ? You said once you may make a warpos port, is it still on schedule ?
Regards
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Quote:
Do you have plan to support .ipf too

I talked to one of the chaps at the CAPS project regarding IPF support, and that should be possible on x86 Linux as soon as they finish a Linux port of the CAPS plug-in. It's a closed source, binary-only plug-in, so I can't do anything until they do. (There's apparently already a 68k Amiga version, so I may look at implementing support for that first).

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You said once you may make a warpos port, is it still on schedule

Well. It's still on schedule in that I never had a schedule.

I can't currently produce a WarpOS binary, because I have no WarpOS compiler (and currently no system capable of running WarpOS binaries). Unless somebody can provide me with the necessary patches to build a WarpOS-targetted version of GCC etc. hosted on Linux, it's not going to happen any time soon.

I may be able to do a PowerUp version, if anybody's interested. I think I should be able to build a cross-compiler for PowerUp.

Cheers,
Rich

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Re: UAE 0.8.23
Posted on 27-Jan-2004 9:25:09
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Check the Website of Jarmo Laakkonen, there is if I remember right a crosscompiler OS 3.x 68k -> WarpOS for download.

If you cannot find it there, contact me by private email (SteffenH@hyperion-entertainment.com).

Is there also an OS 4 Compile of UAE BTW ?

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Toaks 
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Posted on 27-Jan-2004 11:19:22
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rich:this is good news :) , its so cool to see ya back in action (i was one of the very happy AF readers :))

anyway Powerup (pup) is ofcourse an option if you cant do WOS, but how this will act on the powerup cards i dont know (i guess it needs quite alot of optimization to make an good end result, but then again it might be enough :) )

pps: alot of PUP stuff is infact faster than wos , why i dont know but i only know what i have seen from older ports of stuff..

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Re: UAE 0.8.23
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Check the Website of Jarmo Laakkonen . . .

I heard about that, but his site no longer seem to exist. I tried the URL
http://www.kolumbus.fi/jami.laakkonen/l
. Has it moved elsewhere?

Quote:
If you cannot find it there . . .

Looks like I'll be giving you a shout.

Quote:
Is there also an OS 4 Compile of UAE BTW

There will be.

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Re: UAE 0.8.23
Posted on 27-Jan-2004 15:47:52
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Does it support AGA, 040, JIT ?!?

I'd like to see a nice GUI (as in WinUAE), and the PPC version is a must, if you want to really do something with this emulator...

Anyhow, good to see an Amiga update of UAE.


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cass:

i dunno but i manage fine without the gui, i just hit an icon and its up fully configured within a second..

and thats on my OLD and OLD and OLD setup (which is infact all i got atm) :)


but yes a gui with everything placed logically and so on would be very sweet :)


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Re: UAE 0.8.23
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Quote:
Does it support AGA, 040, JIT


AGA - yes (although probably only on a true-colour screen. I don't think it's capable of dithering AGA colours on an 8-bit or shallower screen. I'll have to check).

040 - yes.

JIT - no, not yet. The JIT is currently x86 only.

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I'd like to see a nice GUI


Me too.

There will be an AmigaOS config GUI eventually . . .

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Re: UAE 0.8.23
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@ Toaks :
your setup is for ppc (amigaone) or amiga (real one) ?
I tried the older version on my A1200 but could not get any more than a grey screen.
Can you post your working config (if it is for a real amiga) ?
Lio

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>pps: alot of PUP stuff is infact faster than wos , why i dont know but i only know >what i have seen from older ports of stuff..

A matter of compiler used (you will see those programs even run faster on PowerUP Emulation - and if they run on PowerUP Emulation they *do* in fact run on WOS, even if they are PowerUP programs).

If WarpOS programs are compiled on gcc they have same speed like PowerUP programs with gcc or SAS/C (actually gcc-compiled - no matter if WarpUP or PowerUP - should be faster than SAS/C (PowerUP) or vbcc/StormC (WarpUP). Not sure about the latest versions of vbcc, AFAIK it sped up a lot, maybe it is now
same speed like gcc, but I do not know. Older versions were noticably, though (And actually a long time past - before gcc 2.95.1 - StormC was faster than gcc on the tests I did, but that was really a long time ago...

About gcc/StormC: When I moved WarpSNES from StormC-gcc to normal-gcc (WarpUP) I got a speedup of nearly 10%... though WarpSNES is probably an extreme case... due to having many really small functions... other programs were mostly 3-5% or something like that if I remember right... and for some programs it was same speed... depends a lot on the program... anyways when I noticed I switched to gcc-WarpUP for compiling WarpUP-programs (what I still would like would be a modification of the StormC-GUI to call gcc-OS 4 (and maybe optionally gcc-WarpUP) :)

BTW: I sent Rich a gcc WarpUP compiler by ftp upload.

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Thanks, Steffen. And your ElfCheckWOS tool from Aminet came in handy too.

Okay. So here's a WarpOS binary for everybody to test:http://www.rcdrummond.net/uae/test/uae-warpup-test.lha

It's a stripped down build - there's no filesystem or autoconfig emulation. And it'll probably crash and burn and make your machine beg for mercy. Who knows - not I.

Have fun,
Rich

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Thats great !!! Now I have to find some time to test it.
Will sound be implemented soon (for aos) ? AFAIR sound was what slow the whole thing dramatically so I guess even if the wos/aos are working nicely, adding sound may change that.
Lio

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lionstorm: on my a1260/66/240 mhz with mediator ofcourse!!!!


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steffen: thanks for explaining, so basically i shouldnt use Storm gcc ? , guide me to which i should use instead plz :)

cheers


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evilrich: btw this ppc (wos) version crash my setup, or hehe i get an wos exception.

SRR0: FFFFFFFC SRR1: 4000F070 MSR: 00003040 HID0: 0040C000
PVR: 00071201 DAR: 00000000 DSISR: 00000000 SDR1: 7080003F
DEC: 0000A749 TBU: 00000001 TBL: F2B7B4C5 XER: 00000000
CR: 80000000 FPSCR: 00000000 LR: 7323AB50 CTR: 00000000

R0-R3: FFFFFFFF 7232AD10 70F58268 00000000 IBAT0: 00001FFF 00000022
R4-R7: FFFFFFFF 00000000 00000000 80000000 IBAT1: 00000000 00000000
R8-R11: 00000025 FFFFFFFF 00000000 00000000 IBAT2: 00000000 00000000
R12-R15: 00000008 7232AE80 706B0418 706B490C IBAT3: 00000000 00000000
R16-R19: 7232ADC0 0000004C 00000000 00000000 DBAT0: 00001FFF 0000002A
R20-R23: 00000000 00000000 7FE980DA 000003ED DBAT1: 00000000 00000000
R24-R27: FFFFFF89 7FE98096 00000007 00000000 DBAT2: 00000000 00000000
R28-R31: 00000000 00000000 FFFFFFFF 00000000 DBAT3: 00000000 00000000

F0-F3: 0 2.5039 E-312 2.7005 E 241 3.8943 E 241
F4-F7: 2.6845 E 241 9.4547 E-315 QNAN 2.6843 E 241
F8-F11: 2.6862 E 241 0 0 0
F12-F15: 0 0 0 0
F16-F19: 0 0 0 0
F20-F23: 0 0 0 0
F24-F27: 0 0 0 0
F28-F31: 0 0 0 0

Warp-OS 2000 by Sam Jordan



this makes no sense to anyone i guess but thats the message i got :)


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Quote:
btw this ppc (wos) version crash my setup, or hehe i get an wos exception


Can't say I'm surprised.

I'm afraid the exception dump doesn't help me much, either. Does it produce any output on the shell at all?

If you are interested in helping me get the WarpUp version to work, perhaps we can carry on this discussion privately: Mail me at uae@rcdrummond.net.

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evilrich: email sent :)

so check yer email :)


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I talked to one of the chaps at the CAPS project regarding IPF support, and that should be possible on x86 Linux as soon as they finish a Linux port of the CAPS plug-in. It's a closed source, binary-only plug-in, so I can't do anything until they do. (There's apparently already a 68k Amiga version, so I may look at implementing support for that first).


Will be done very soon btw.

New ports will be for x86 and PPC Linux (to add to the existing W32 and Amiga 68K versions), as that is the hardware we have.

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This is great... Looking forward to the AOS4 version maybe a contrib on the CD I ask.. ?

/shoe

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