#284 dck files

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closed-accepted
nobody
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5
2013-01-01
2012-05-09
rkd77
No

DCK files don't work with trunk version.
With this patch at least existing .dck files are loadable again.
I know it is not "good", but better than nothing.

Discussion

  • rkd77

    rkd77 - 2012-05-09

    dck

     
  • rkd77

    rkd77 - 2012-06-15

    Improved version of dck files

     
  • rkd77

    rkd77 - 2012-06-15

    fuse-dck.patch is improved. It Allows load dck files, which contains HOME BANK chunks.

     
  • Fredrick Meunier

    I was just looking at this too. I've attached my version of the change, please let me know what you think.

     
  • rkd77

    rkd77 - 2012-06-15

    You forgot about the ts2068. The spec_se has disabled dck files, so changes to the spec_se are unnecessary. The question is whether to enable dck files for spec_se.

     
  • rkd77

    rkd77 - 2012-06-15

    I checked http://www.worldofspectrum.org/warajevo/ts2048.zip and snapshots created with my patch work, but snapshots created with fuse-dck-fred,patch don't work right.

     
  • Fredrick Meunier

    Thanks for the comments, I've updated the patch to address the snapshots problem using the array of pointers for the home bank from your patch.

    I've kept the modifications to the Spectrum SE - I consider the change to be a core part of the model of how the SCLD works with memory mapping. The SE prototype was built from a TC2048 and didn't have a cartridge slot (and had memory occupying all the dock and exrom maps).

     
  • rkd77

    rkd77 - 2012-07-07

    Are you waiting for feedback? I have no objections to the latest patch.

     
  • Fredrick Meunier

    Thanks, I was hoping to get some feedback but was also just short on time.

    Now committed in revision 4724.

     
  • Fredrick Meunier

    • status: open --> pending-accepted
     
  • Fredrick Meunier

    • status: pending-accepted --> closed-accepted
    • milestone: -->
     

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