Justin <email@example.com> writes: > The DMA approach won't work for conventional D64 or G64 images, but Sure it will, it's just more work to implement it for a D64. There is nothing magical about a container format, it's just data structured to follow certain conventions which are simpler for a T64 file than for a D64. > what if the image format is extended to include a snapshot of RAM at > the moment when the program finishes loading to its main screen? That would reduce the loading time for the main program slightly, but subsequenz loads still wouldn't be accelerated. If the program doesn't load any data after that point just convert a one-filer version to T64 and use the DMA feature for that. -i 'still not a 1541U owner' k Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2009-08-14 11:32:30
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