Subject: Re: Retina console problems
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Niklas Hallqvist <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/30/1995 11:50:16
Hmm, from reading ite_rt.c, I get that the chip uses the read/write
cycles of the CPU, could it be that the Retina required some sort of
wait-states at the speed your CPU is running (which is?) which your
accellerator doesn't adhere to? If so just slowing down the code in
screen_up would suffice, maybe redo those "addqb"s to a load'n'store
pair? I'm way off my competence platform here, HW-knowhow has never
been my best skill.
Anyway, why does the code in there normally work? As I get it, both
the CPU and the NCR chip compete for the databus, no?
If someone redoes this into CPU-only scrolling, please make the
selection binpatchable. I guess the lowend-models wins quite alot by
using the NCR chip.