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Why isn't PC6001 using the common M6847.c ?

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By info I have only initial version of PC6001 is actually using m6847, others are using custom chip with some additional features.

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Because I've got an hard time when I've tried to use it back in the day, plus Mk-2 uses a custom thing anyway. I'm also pretty sure that some of the gfx modes aren't supported by the MC6847 core anyway, namely gfx mode 4 and its DIP-Switches selection.

Anyway if you or anybody else wants to try to hook it up for the plain PC-6001 go for it. I'm almost done with PC-6001 and sons for now, I'll just hook-up the MCU command list info, move around the joystick IRQ (that shouldn't be called at VBLANK but after the MCU command call 0x06) and remove the related PC-6001SR Vblank IRQ kludge ...

Speaking about the PC-6001SR ... I would mention the fact that there's an I/O bit that sets the HW to behave like the older PC-6001/Mk-2 models. The SR has almost everything changed from older models (bankswitch model, video emulation etc.) ... I really won't imagine right now how many things in the driver needs rewriting in order to support this crap smirk

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It seems that the non-DRC RSP needs the following fix to compile:
rsp.c, line 107, change this:
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#define ROPCODE(pc)		memory_decrypted_read_dword(rsp->program, pc)

to this:
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#define ROPCODE(pc)		rsp->direct->read_decrypted_dword(pc)


I think that memory_decrypted_read_dword() should be eliminated in the same manner in mips3.c and ppc.c.

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Just tried to recompile with the newest updated, and get the following

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Compiling src/mess/drivers/abc80x.c...
src/mess/drivers/abc80x.c: In function 'void scan_keyboard(running_machine*)':
src/mess/drivers/abc80x.c:179: error: 'Z80DART_CH_B' was not declared in this sc
ope
src/mess/drivers/abc80x.c:191: error: 'Z80DART_CH_B' was not declared in this sc
ope
make: *** [obj/windows/mess/mess/drivers/abc80x.o] Error 1


Clean compile of SVN 8855 on win xp (32bit)

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No problems to compile SVN r8855 (Windows 32-bit).

Sometimes i get a random compile error (clean compile), depent of the parameter and whose uppercase (capital) and lowercase (small) letters.
From time to time I can solve the problem by using uppercase or lowercase letters. Donīt ask me why.

Examples:

make TARGET=MESS
make TARGET=mess

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I'm seeing the same error as Kaylee on 8855 on a clean build.

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Originally Posted By R. Belmont
I'm seeing the same error as Kaylee on 8855 on a clean build.


Strange, not checking (all the time) the command line during the (clean) compilation but I was able to create the SVN build.

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Game.com - when 2 carts are loaded, you get a menu with a little picture of each cart. Click on the one to start.



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Is it just me or does mess SVN no longer output xml data? Use -listxml and it gives only the data for AES, nothing else.

Clean Compile Win XP 32bit

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