Date: 2005-11-23 16:44:50
On 2005-11-23, at 11:17, Antitrack@networld.at wrote: > >>> Come on dudes, never heard of fast >>> GCR routines? >> >> If you minded reading one of the recent threads here, I even asked >> about them. I'd be very glad if you enlightened me about the fast GCR >> routines. > > You can disassemble just about any Dolphindos kernal, for > Dolphindos also > decodes GCR pretty fast. I shall have a look there but - frankly - after your recent post I expected that you have some ready routines, which can do in 2-3 seconds what I need 10 for. Crawling through the completely uncommented disassembly will have to wait a bit. > Then there was a 13 sec d64 copy on the Amiga, whose > name I forgot, which came along with sourcecode and also had > extensive GCR > decoding tables. It used a 5.25" drive on the Amiga to read 1541 > disks. It might give some light even if reading/converting on a non-8bit machine is not really relevant. I'll check Aminet but if you recall the name, I'd be glad to hear it. -- Staring into a computer screen is like staring into an eclipse. It's brilliant and you don't realize the damage until its too late Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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