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Raptor with cdbios possible ?

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Hello

 

I know raptor uses the gpu and dsp for itself. Is there a way to use the Atari cdbios code together with raptor or could it be embedded in raptor in the future ?

 

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Hello

 

I know raptor uses the gpu and dsp for itself. Is there a way to use the Atari cdbios code together with raptor or could it be embedded in raptor in the future ?

 

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Yes. And when you actually produce something that might need it I'll consider looking at it. Until then, I'll only take requests from active developers.....

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Couldn't you use inline assembly to implement JagCD BIOs calls TXG/MNX? I don't really understand anything. I'm just wondering what the benefit would be to wrap these into RAPTOR.

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Couldn't you use inline assembly to implement JagCD BIOs calls TXG/MNX? I don't really understand anything. I'm just wondering what the benefit would be to wrap these into RAPTOR.

 

Hey, loon - if you ever need a CD Bios in one of your projects, let me know :)

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Hey, loon - if you ever need a CD Bios in one of your projects, let me know :)

 

My games will be small enough to not utilize anything beyond existing Reboot tools to make an ISO. I don't care for CD audio compared to the MOD support already awesomely implemented. Degz for life!!

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Did expect that answer. Simple yes or no could do. I will be offline again there seems be alot of personal hate against me.

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Did expect that answer. Simple yes or no could do. I will be offline again there seems be alot of personal hate against me.

 

You got a yes.

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