Originally Posted by NovaCoder
Demos are not (normally) WB 'friendly', they use low level ASM and take over the computer for maximum speed but my ports use the WB API to do things like double buffering and input handling.
To avoid user confusion I usually just disable the ability for my ports to run from the CLI.
Oh, so you do not disable interrupts while AmiDuke is running?
I guess that given how CPU intensive AmiDuke must be this must have a negligible impact on performance but have you measured if this made a difference?