[uae] Re: puae 2.0.0 RC1

  • From: timofonic timofonic <timofonic@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: uae@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 31 Dec 2009 10:28:39 +0000

Hello to everyone.

A question, as I feel quite ignored by both Mustafa and the rest of
the mailing list readers...

Can I make the site for P-UAE? I don't promise a good looking site,
but a functional one. The idea is making an initial basic layout and a
wiki for documentation (both for users and developers).

I just neeed a domain name and a hosting. I can provide some help
about the hosting space, but I would like to use some proper domain
name for the project and not just a subdomain.

The code hosting can be on github as it seems to run quite good.

Another suggestion is to use an official IRC channel (freenode network
is a good one) and putting a CIA.vc bot on it.

Mustafa, please reply me explicitily this email, as I offered to
collaborate on making the project site and still not replied about it.


On Thu, Dec 31, 2009 at 9:55 AM, Ivo Couckuyt <ilm@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Thursday 31 Dec 2009 00:23:40 Andrew 'Truck' Holland wrote:
>> On Mi, 30 Dez 2009, Ivo Couckuyt wrote:
>> > Hi,
>> >
>> > Congratulations, will check out the demo asap.
>> >
>> > In the meantime I have made a local branch to merge some things. I almost
>> > got cmake compiling it again except for these undefined references:
>> > newcpu.c:(.text+0x5cfc): undefined reference to `a3000_fakekick'
>> > newcpu.c:(.text+0xc197): undefined reference to `memory_hardreset'
>> > newcpu.c:(.text+0xcdca): undefined reference to `addmovemreg'
>> > newcpu.c:(.text+0xce10): undefined reference to `addmovemreg'
>> > newcpu.c:(.text+0xce4b): undefined reference to `addmovemreg'
>> > custom.c:(.text+0x14e2e): undefined reference to `rethink_akiko'
>> > akiko.c:(.text+0x1b36): undefined reference to `encode_l2'
>> > blkdev.c:(.text+0x9): undefined reference to `devicefunc_scsi_libscg'
>> > (+ lots of compile warnings...)
>> >
>> > I guess that is work to be finished for the next release ? as I can't
>> > find it defined anywhere in the source (grep'ed it)
>> They were in the winuae latest source, and also as I recall in the last
>>  e-uae source.  I had to patch around them a bit ago as well, Mustafa knows
>>  as we discussed this off list.  There were some other things like
>>  libscilly and so on that were also a problem when using the git build and
>>  not the tarball.
> Hmmm, I  had already hecked the e-uae sources (cvs). Downloaded them again
> just in case but found nothing. Perhaps I'm just looking at the wrong place.
>> Mostly this should go away when there are more of us working on
>>  contributing patches.
>> > Also, how many of those old configure options still work ? beos, amigaos,
>> > aix ;), Ultrixetc. support -> can't we just drop the logic for them ?
>> Some of us USE those platforms.
> okay, no problem. just a question... Didn't knew people used them that
> frequently.
> best wishes,
> Ivo Couckuyt

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