>Quite frankly, I don't know BeOS that well, but IIRC it is a modern OS >using pre-emptive multitasking, which is the main culprit. In a pre- emptive >system, processes don't *yield* control, they *loose* it. As I understand it, BeOS has a small time slice, so your program is interrupted more often, but less noticably. At the speeds you're transferring this data over the connection to the C64 at, does it really bother it to be interrupted for such a tiny period of time? Tori --- begirl@BeFAQs.com - http://www.BeFAQs.com BeDev ID #20772 - ICQ UIN 91262219 Don't have BeOS? Get it! - http://free.be.com/ Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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