Great stuff, squidgeSquidge said:There's no Dyanrec or JIT techniques used here. Just another MMU hack, Data abort exception handler, and running the Gp32 code completely native (which is currently interrupted 7,200 times a second to process i/o requests, LCD screen registers, LCD redrawing, etc...)
I do recall it ran at 66mhz. For a short time when I was a GP32 newb I actually thought the GP32 HAD a 66mhz processor because that's what it "natively" ran at in the firmware.Vimacs said:didnt the fw run at 40 or 66mhz?
Unlikely, it's currently running on a different system (but arm based) simply because it was easier and no linux or other OS to get in the way (so it just runs on the hardware directly). It could be ported to the GP2X via HH or a Linux Kernel module, but I've just no motivation (or time, currently) to do that.zodttd said:See Spot run?