Date: 2005-11-20 21:08:28
As I still have this (from README): - sometimes on my 1541 I have a very bad readout with lots of errors while another run, without touching the disk goes smoothly. Don't know if that's a bug or my 20 year old hardware gimmicks... I would be grateful if some more people tested this on multiple (healthy!) disks/drives and reported how does it behave with their drives. Thank you in advance. On 2005-11-15, at 01:16, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: >> Hi all, >> >> if you have IDE64 interface and parallel connection for your 1541 >> then >> under >> >> http://srebrnysen.co.uk/e4aws/downloads/downloads.html 0.6.0 (2005-11-20) ------------------- - destination image name no longer hardcoded - RUN/STOP can now be used to abort and exit at the main menu - now uses more memory for track buffers and therefore can buffer up to five tracks at a time. Although I find the results a little disappointing. Read: I expected a noticeable speedup, while the achieved one is rather neglegible. I may revert to the old one-track-at-a-time behaviour in the future unless I find a way to get more speedup out of this. - Optimised the new GCR conversion routines (about 3s gain). With this version I managed to make a 35 tracks d64image in 22.6s, which I believe to be a new record on the 64! Correct me if I am wrong. - c00l colour based track counter at the cost of 140 clock cycles ;-) - version number properly updated this time... -- I forbade my wife writing Perl/PHP since she said all the $s made her want to go shopping. Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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