Firmware v1.1.0 is now available.
This update provides significant increases in both read and write performance.
Large reads on a PowerMac 6100/60 with MacSD at 57MHz now exceed 3.2MB/s (up from 2.3).
Writes are improved by ~500KB/s over previous firmware:
v1.1.0 at 48MHz outperforms...
Try removing the VRAM and running at the highest possible resolution.
If the garbage in a window follows as you drag it, it's probably RAM.
This was the case on my Centris 610. I replaced four of the RAM chips and the problem hasn't returned.
Yes, unzip the downloads on your G5, then burn the contents.
You need Stuffit Expander to expand .sit files. Compact Pro opens .cpt files.
If you're burning an HFS formatted CD, you may be able to unpack these archives on your G5.
The third file is a zipped CD image. Unzip it on your G5...
To avoid confusing others, the above is for a non-chooser code resource. If I'm derailing this thread, I can start another.
Trying THINK C 5,6 and (Symantec C++) 8 for this purpose, 6 is the sweet spot, taking all the good points of 5 and adding wider object compatibility.
8 is slow, insists...
`Thanks for the reply. There was much fuss and muss until I set A0 correctly...
Since I'm not using the standard header, I needed this at 0x10:
LEA header, A0
Is there a way to get printfs working with ANSI-A4?
I'm figuring out the SetUpA4.h stuff which seems to be exclusive to THINK C. Looks like any non-application project will set up an "A4 world", where code resource globals are addressed relative to A4.
I assume any functions I call must be set up the same way, so I'm linking against ANSI-A4...
Thanks for the reply. I think I understand now; each THINK C 5 project makes at most one code resource. It was easy enough to compile a code resource I could load and execute from another project.
Symantec C(++) 8 works differently. A code resource project is a template of nested projects...
It looks like you're using a bit of assembly to place the code in a specific resource type.
I'm having a tough time doing the same with Symantec C 8.
Considering this is essential for an extension, driver, control panel, etc, I can't believe there's not a more straightforward way to do this...
My goal is to create an application that can receive MIDI data from OMS using its IAC driver. I haven't had much success in finding implementation details of this interface. My understanding is that IAC (inter-application communication) is a collection of methods that applications use to...