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Re: RiscOS RC15 released

Fri Apr 21, 2017 3:17 pm

Does this support multicore yet? IIRC it was being worked on a year or more ago to at least avoid 3 cores sitting totally idle...

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Re: RiscOS RC15 released

Fri Apr 21, 2017 4:50 pm

Wicked ... as somebody said.

Just wish you'd posted it half an hour earlier - would have saved me two hours this morning setting up a new SD card.
As it is, I now have to decide whether to buy the disc (card?) or download the image. If I do the latter, I've got to find a way to donate the cash anyway ... problems, problems ...

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Re: RiscOS RC15 released

Fri Apr 21, 2017 5:56 pm

Methanoid wrote:Does this support multicore yet?
Doesn't look as if it actively uses all of the cores, but seems to be aware of additional cores.
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Re: RiscOS RC15 released

Mon May 22, 2017 9:47 pm

Nice to know. Will have to setup another SD Card for the new RISC OS (to add to all my other RISC OS SD Cards).
26-Bit R15 to 32-bit. 16-bit addressing to 24-bit. ARM and 65xx two CPU's that continue on, and are better than ever. Assembly Language forever :) .

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