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[Files] New version of SystemPatch!ANN.lu
Posted on 18-Aug-2003 18:03 GMT by Rob7 comments
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New version of SystemPatch! Link: http://digilander.libero.it/ziosante/index_eng.html It's the best 68k speedup for os3.x. The exec patches are faster than Os3.9bb2 and Piru Sintonen ones! And the other ones (graphics, layers..) are just incredible..
New version of SystemPatch! : Comment 1 of 7ANN.lu
Posted by Darth_X on 18-Aug-2003 20:25 GMT
So then.. what does this do? ;)
New version of SystemPatch! : Comment 2 of 7ANN.lu
Posted by Doobrey on 18-Aug-2003 23:24 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (Darth_X):
>So then.. what does this do? ;)

Erm, it patches your system ;)
New version of SystemPatch! : Comment 3 of 7ANN.lu
Posted by Olegil on 19-Aug-2003 06:15 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (Darth_X):
Gives you a nosebleed, small penis and sucks all your money out of the bank?

Oh, right. That was cocaine.
New version of SystemPatch! : Comment 4 of 7ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 19-Aug-2003 07:05 GMT
I just wish I had AGA to try this out :)
New version of SystemPatch! : Comment 5 of 7ANN.lu
Posted by Richi on 19-Aug-2003 07:46 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (Darth_X):
It patches many parts of os 3.x with MUCH faster ones, it's very stable.
Eg: utility.library, exec, graphics.library....
It uses it's own quicklayers.library (very very fast).
You can choose which patches you want to apply.
Last but not list you can use mmu to protect some part of the memory.
New version of SystemPatch! : Comment 6 of 7ANN.lu
Posted by Chain|Q on 19-Aug-2003 10:37 GMT
In reply to Comment 4 (Anonymous):
I'm using SystemPatch on my A2000/ECS1MB/B2060/PIV system with P96. However, the new quicklayers library has some problems with P96, it still makes the system a lot faster. Esp. the speedup of solid window movement is noticeable when using lot of overlapping windows. The most annoying bug is that it locks up the system complettely with smartrefresh windows... :/ However this can be avoided by several MUI and other settings, and with some PowerWindows options.
I'm using it on my A1200/B1260 system too, and with really no problems. Solid window movement is possible at a reasonable speed on a 640x480/64 multiscan WB (using FScreen&FBlit&co too). Systempatch also replaces Blazewcp (it has Blazewcp's code inside) so you don't need it anymore if using Systempatch.
New version of SystemPatch! : Comment 7 of 7ANN.lu
Posted by Richi on 19-Aug-2003 11:44 GMT
In reply to Comment 6 (Chain|Q):
For smartrefresh: it should be avoided because the simple one is faster and it uses less memory.

For blazewcp:
Maybe it's some weird behavior of my system but try to activate ftext and blazewcp either after systempatch, on my system it gains some more speed.
Donno why.

Bye
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