dml wrote:It's also not the full game - but being able to run around a map at better than 0.2fps would be a good start.
It would be cool to see Doug
NGF wrote:Have you experimented with Wolf3d on Falcon? Surely the machine must be fast enough running Wolf3d in full speed with sfx and music? I mean the ST even have a playable port.
AdamK wrote:There is Wolf by ray/tscc: http://s390174849.online.de/ray.tscc.de/wolf3d.htm. On ST you get 15fps, on falcon even more.
AdamK wrote:What more would you want?
EvilFranky wrote:Hahaha you are actually a bit crazy doug [WINKING FACE]
dml wrote:I can't profile the code sensibly until the floating point is removed because the profiler timings are all wrong for counting FPU cycles and misleads optimization.
Eero Tamminen wrote:Are the instruction counts & function call counts too misleading metric? With them and the Hatari profile post-processing, you should at least be able to get overall callgraph information about the hotspots and what higher level functions cause them.
Eero Tamminen wrote:Hatari FPU instruction timings are known to be off a lot, if you provide some feedback on that on the hatari-devel that would be appreciated.
Eero Tamminen wrote:Right. I also noticed that you had already mailed feedback to hatari-devel (I just got back to Finland and going through all my emails).
Attached are couple of callgraphs for GCC 2.x built T4 version of BM with DoomU WAD, for interactive startup of level 4 i.e. from first P_RunThinkers() call to first A_Chase() call. I.e. no monster activity or shots, just basic rendering of the level startup.
EvilFranky wrote:Can you not copy the whole lot to Dropbox or similar?
EvilFranky wrote:Cool, well you may already have a plan to do this but here's a tool I found that was exceptionally good at offline disk imaging/cloning which is free and tiny:-
If the disk is also your system disk then you'll probably need a tool that will allow you to image using VSS. Or use something like Hiren's boot CD to give you a basic Windows environment from DVD so your hard disk is unlocked, then the above tool can be used...
dml wrote:Thanks for this. While I have been using the profiler a lot for instantaneous inspections i haven't used the auto profiling in a while and it needs done before the release because a lot of stuff has changed!
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