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Software News   Software News : New OS4 native asyncio.library
   posted by Orgin on 16-Jun-2005 12:51:47 (5155 reads)
Stephan Rupprecht has uploaded an OS4 PPC native version of asyncio.library to OS4Depot.

Now contains the WarpUP interface for prerelease update #3 (WarpUp emulation).

Edit: It's a library that is used by some programs to speedup file accesses.


Download: here

Full source code is included.
    

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Re: New OS4 native asyncio.library
Posted on 16-Jun-2005 13:23:21
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what are the news except the WarpUp?


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There're no other news ;)


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Fine and Dandy to all those Imortals and intellectuals that know what asyncio.library does.

However for us thicko's what is it? what does it do? and why would we want it?


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It's a library that is used by some programs to speedup file accesses.


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Great. thanks for the explanation

Now then, what programs?

*ducks


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IIRC Amplifier for example, which uses it to load big MP3 files...


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Re: New OS4 native asyncio.library
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Dont mind Mikey_C, PMT I think.

 
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PMT! PMT!!

I'll give you PMT, here I am slaving away at home, keeping the place clean, putting your dinner on the table for you at whatever hour you decide to stroll in!

Don't give me no funny looks! you know what I mean! You and your galavanting, out with your mates all sorts of hours, coming in drunk, and smelling of cheap perfume, don't think I don't know what you're up to! You good for nothing womaniser!

I should have listened to my mother and married Bodie, but nooo I was just too stupid, let my heart get the better of my head. Well that's it, I have had enough I want a divorce!!!


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thats interessing .. because i have some problems with Amplifier on my A1200 machine
(Blizzard 1230IV/Melodpro1200/OS3.9/Idefix Express.)
When i am playing mp3s *and* the (normal OS3.9) blanker is running, sooner or later there is a problem with loading the next mp3-file in the playlist. Everything hangs until i press a key or move the mouse - then the next file is successfully loaded and amplifier starts playing. Without a blanker this happens, too. But one have to wait about a few days (or forever ;) ).

Could this be a bug in asyncio.library?

thanx

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@Mikey_C

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Got it and installed it, version 50.1 was 44826 bytes in size whereas version 50.2 is 10660 bytes. I thought a PPC version would have had a larger binary than 68K?


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and a another stupid Q:
how too install it,

there is 5 dirs and 3 doc´s
i until now i have just copy the asyncio.library,
in to my sys:libs (replace it)

are ther anything else to do,
????
whot about all the other stuff

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@retro

All you need is the asyncio.library in the libs directory as far as I'm aware.


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thanks sicky

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Quote:
I thought a PPC version would have had a larger binary than 68K?


I removed a lot of unused code and optimized the remaining pieces Just joking...


No, the binary is stripped, it doesn't contain any debug information. That's why it's smaller than the previous version.

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Poster: nexus Date: 16-Jun-2005 16:49:36

thats interessing .. because i have some problems with Amplifier on my A1200 machine
(Blizzard 1230IV/Melodpro1200/OS3.9/Idefix Express.)
When i am playing mp3s *and* the (normal OS3.9) blanker is running, sooner or later there is a problem with loading the next mp3-file in the playlist. Everything hangs until i press a key or move the mouse - then the next file is successfully loaded and amplifier starts playing. Without a blanker this happens, too. But one have to wait about a few days (or forever ;) ).

Could this be a bug in asyncio.library?


I doubt that. Maybe the blanker needs too much cpu time. You may try to lower the process priority of the blanker.


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so there are news! It is faster than 50.1?


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No, the binary is really only stripped.


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it oughta be a stonker, with no debug code, and code optimisation !!


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I doubt that. Maybe the blanker needs too much cpu time. You may try to lower the process priority of the blanker


hm. The blanker runs with very low priority. But why should the process priority of such a small commodity cause a deadlock with a harddisk access? If i do not press keys or move the mouse for a longer period when that "Amplifier-blanker-problem" occurs then the whole system dies and i have to reboot.

I cant believe that the really low priority of a commodity causes that problem. It wouldn't be a "good" operating system if "wrong" process priorities causes deadlocks between user applications (and in the end system crashs), would it?

nexus.

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