epia m vga + memcpy update

Li-Ta Lo ollie at lanl.gov
Mon Sep 13 15:44:00 CEST 2004

On Mon, 2004-09-13 at 11:54, Egbert Eich wrote:
> Stefan Reinauer writes:
>  > * Li-Ta Lo <ollie at lanl.gov> [040909 18:26]:
>  > > Did they do anything on the "core" x86emu? Last time I checked,
>  > > XF86 4.4.0 has almost the same x86emu as testbios.
>  >  
>  > Yes. But not only the x86 emulation itself is interesting, but also the
>  > legacy bios emulation around it. There are so many branches and forks
>  > out there, we _have_ to do something to unite them, otherwise we cannot
>  > reach our goal in this area. Nobody knows what the others are really
>  > doing.
>  > 
>  > I am going to set up an GNU Arch repository on openbios.org asap so we
>  > can set a starting point for development.
>  > 
>  > We need some clarification on what parts belong in this repository, and
>  > which ones don't. Like, where do the PCI access functions go, logically,
>  > in this picture?
>  > 
> In the Scitech repository there are already two things: the CPU emulator
> and the PC environment. Both reside in separate directories. 
> The directory structure needs to be changed (in a smart way so that
> resyncing with scitech isn't an issue and the emulator can be used
> separately) and the PC environment needs to be cleaned up and enhanced.

In your X.org CVS log, you said you resync with Scitech's code. Is it
the 0.8 from their ftp site or something else ?


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