ThorstenOtto wrote:> I've been working on Build 15 for some days now and fixed a lot of bugs.
Is that available somewhere? I can't find any links. I've tried GB606B13.zip, but all i get is
"Arithmetic overflow at line 2385 in file E:\GB6\GUI14.BAS"
Then the program waits for a keypress and exits.
ThorstenOtto wrote:> I'm on build 23.. But its not live yet, build 22 is, but might still have the issue you mention above.
Yes it has the same issue (line number is slightly different, 2349 for build 22). Just for info, i'm trying to run this on an emulator, not real hardware (SToNX in this case), so you can expect some numbers to get quite large. I had similar problems already with other benchmarks, either displaying negative numbers or overwriting the text fields in the GEM dialogs
exxos wrote:FPU,if it finds the FPU, it should run the test.
troed wrote:exxos wrote:FPU,if it finds the FPU, it should run the test.
"FPU NOT FOUND" comes up when it should, even though (as you can see in the screenshot) it has identified an I/O mapped FPU
I'd be happy to beta test any changes, of course.
troed wrote:I'd be happy to beta test any changes, of course.
exxos wrote:troed wrote:I'd be happy to beta test any changes, of course.
There ya go, give that PRG a try.
exxos wrote:I have a feeling IO MAPPED was not programmed by Doug in the ASM routines. Which might have been why I bypassed the test to stop the crashing. IIRC doug hasn't done any IO Mapped programing ,so really it would need someone to add one to GB6's assembly code. I know myself and doug talked a lot about the code, but it was some months ago so can't remember exactly. IIRC we thought it wasn't worth spending the time on doing the code, probably because MSTE's don't come with a FPU as standard ?
frank.lukas wrote:MagiXMac Set ...
BlankVector wrote:I have just tested GemBench 6 (GB606 B22) on EmuTOS for Amiga and it does not work. I don't know if it is expected or not.
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