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By FiXato

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17-11-2009, 12:32

Also, wasn't the OCM able to run faster than Turbo-R as well?

By Tanni

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17-11-2009, 12:53

... but still it is slow to scroll / compile . A few year ago this would not have bothered me , but the thing is that i often have only 35mins or less than 1hour time budget ahead when i plug msx , so it is not like i can fix more bugs or do more things with faster msx , but it is a matter of time to do anything , i dont have more time per day, lets say on evenings before going to bed i can do one or two trial to bug fix and that's it...

If you've just 35 minutes, forget about it! Sorry! In order to do really good and efficient work on a computer, you need at least hours ahead. I most likely woudn't even switch it on if I only had 35 minutes.

By FiXato

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17-11-2009, 15:12

Not everyone's the same Tanni Smile
Depending on the language I can do quite a bit in half an hour...

By Tanni

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17-11-2009, 16:26

... yes, on MSX, but if the damn'd PC takes already half an hour to boot ...

By Leo

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17-11-2009, 16:56

now with multitasking you can compile and read your code ready for next bug fix ... so no more excuses !
i know 35 mins is very little time , but i have already the rgb cable hooked up to tv
i just have to take the msx and plug it , i am coding a disk rom a little special like this
since 2 or 3 days almost there ...

By FiXato

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17-11-2009, 20:12

booting a PC? oh.. wait, not everyone keeps their hardware up and running 24/7 ;p
And if your PC takes half an hour to boot.. then you are doing something horribly wrong..

By Tanni

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18-11-2009, 18:20

You know, FiXato, if you wait for something to be done, the seconds stretch out for minutes or so ...

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