- Added emulation support for the APE Warp+ OS 32-in-1.
Hah, wow, thanks! If I only saw this post before I spent hours last night manually splicing out the Menu OS from the bigger 512K image to test, which only got me memopad, enough to verify the font patched, and had to burn the whole deal to the real flash chip and swaperoo into the real machine a few times.
Anyone got a clean 32 in 1 rom dump....
also on Nezgars dump he has a test rom that just goes bonkers when activated..
Sussed the Omnimon entry way...just hit reset and then hit select or option, can't hod them down straight away..
I take it the normal speed boot under APE+ OS is right until you press reset which then seems to activate the warp loader...I imagine its there for copy protected disks but as it needs a warp speed drive I can't tell if it disables warp speed ie happy off on its booting and then re-enables the Happy if reset is pressed?
My 'clean' 32-in-1 ROM dump as supplied from AtariMax is in this post: http://atariage.com/...imax/?p=4160354
Regarding shoestring's test rom that 'goes bonkers' - it does make some interesting sounds with a black screen for the first minute or so before any visual information is presented. Then it takes another ~5-10 minutes to complete the rest, with beeps throughout - try the original OS ROM if you want to see if behaviour is any different when different loading it directly: http://atariage.com/...ster/?p=4103968
I saw an option in Altirra to set function keys to hold for next reset, maybe that can be used to hold select for Omnimon?
I've found the APE Warp+ OS supports divisors 0xA and slower, but if presented with anything faster like 0x9 on a Speedy, it drops to 1x SIO. It may then be stuck in 1x until a reset. Hias' HSIO patch is probably better overall in this day and age for best compatibility with HSIO support. Hias' patch also safeguards against corruption with happy drives with non-buffered UltraSpeed writes to single density disks by sending the write-buffer enable command on initialization.