jab_joe at hotmail.com
Sat Aug 4 08:26:48 BST 2007
Noted, will do from here on.
Have to say I'm not a fan of moving rpcemu to a different lib for just
linux, not without some wrapper so it's easy to swap out
graphics/sound/windows lib/libs. ( I have a hate of platform ifdefs from my
time at Criterion. ;-) Few to none needed with RW3 when all was good, loads
needed in RW4 where it all went wrong).
>From: "jan rinze" <janrinze at gmail.com>
>To: "Tom Walker" <tommowalker at yahoo.co.uk>
>CC: rpcemu at riscos.info
>Subject: Re: [Rpcemu] Hello
>Date: Fri, 3 Aug 2007 22:13:58 +0200
>When using ADFS buffers the RISCOS environment caches the data, not the
>OS nor the IDE code in the emulator.. So to ensure you have a minimum
>of datacorruption on the emulated harddisk make sure the ADFSbuffers are 0.
>As long as you experience crashes with the emulator there is no way to
>ensure that data corruption won't take place.. Keep in mind that a crash in
>the emulator is approximately equally desasterous as a powerfailure on a
>apparently there are problems with Allegro under linux.
>I might be able to hack-up something for linux which avoids using Allegro..
>On 8/3/07, Tom Walker <tommowalker at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> > Hi
> > > Don't think that's related to the issue I'm having. I've only ever ran
> > with
> > > the default 50MB image.
> > > So there is something else lurking some where..... or at least was.
> > Best guess here is that Windows/Linux cache all writes to the hard disc
> > image, but don't write them back properly if the emulator crashes (I had
> > endless hd4 corruption when debugging the x86-64 recompiler recently).
> > Best
> > bet would be to put fflush() in ide.c (just after fwrite in
> > but this will probably cripple IDE performance.
> > Tom
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