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Date: Thu, 25 May 95 03:35:51 -0400
From: Wonkoo Kim <wkim+@pitt.edu>
To: "Junaid A. Walker" <junaid AT dino DOT eng DOT monash DOT edu DOT AU>
Reply-To: Wonkoo Kim <wkim+@pitt.edu>
Cc: DJGPP Mailing List <djgpp AT sun DOT soe DOT clarkson DOT edu>
Subject: Re: Compiling gdb, dpmi DS:VRAM hack.

> Date: Thu, 25 May 95 12:27:27 +1000
> From: "Junaid A. Walker" <junaid AT dino DOT eng DOT monash DOT edu DOT AU>

> Would people 
> please test the program under different DPMI providers? Eg 386Max,
> Win NT, OS/2 2.x, OS/2 Warp, Linux DOS emulator, etc. 

I tested it on P90/16MB, ATI Graphics Ultra+/2MB,
in a DOS box under OS/2 Warp:
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initial ds segment limit=0005FFFF

USING DPMI. DPMI VERSION=95

Current DS linear base address=00400000

Remapped Video RAM process virtual address=FFCA0000

New DS linear address limit=FFFFFFFF

PRESS ANY KEY TO CONTINUE

[I selected another window after a key, to put into background.]

1000 blits took 2911ms. Blit rate=10992KBytes/s
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No crash.

BTW, in full-screen DOS box, upper part of screen was drawing down
something like staircases, but middle and bottom parts were flashing
with many blue stripes.  Was it normal?

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// Wonkoo Kim
// wkim+@pitt.edu

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