It was released past month, just wanted to make sure nothing broke on my Linux desktop before saying anything.Qt 5.9 is out? already?
Yep, too much cpu cycles, but you can make it less exact with a few options, like this, "sidplayfp -rif YOURFAVORITE.SID".libsidplayfp 1.8.7 => done (but was super slow, so hacked to use float instead of double, and tested with sidplayfp, still eating tons of cpu)
I forgot to say that it would be great to recompile that library against newer libpng, tiff, etc.SDL1 image 1.2.12 => already in codeblocks for a long time.
If you want, you can wait until QT 5.9.2 is released this month, or QT 5.10 by the end of October.But a new release of Qt to build, and for a minor version upgrade, sounds tedious (and Qt takes more then a night to build)...
Not to my knowledge, I do like that myself.Is there a good way to run this via ssh? I prefer to program on a computer, but using run_pnd.sh with runcli.sh open a terminal on the device even running from ssh...
To do it I run codeblocks on the device, and on ssh do a "source ./cbpnd_cli.sh" and it works, is there a better way?
/usr/pandora/script/run_pnd.sh -p /PATH/TO/codeblocks.pnd -m
cd /mnt/utmp/codeblocks . cbpnd_cli.sh
/usr/pandora/script/run_pnd.sh -p /PATH/TO/codeblocks.pnd -u