Originally Posted by matthey
Maybe Heiroglyph has some ideas which will help bring AROS (especially RTG) to the 68k in a more acceptable form. So far, we have had trouble bridging the gap from AROS x86 to AROS 68k on classic hardware.
I'm still trying to work that out, it's a big job and it's looking more like patches like the original Cgx and P96.
As for Fpga, if you make a card that looks just like the original chip, you're stuck with only the capabilities of the original. The driver can't do anything more than that.
Same small amount of memory, acceleration functions, etc. just somewhat better availability and maybe some small performance improvement if we're lucky.
That's very limiting considering it's not a technical problem but rather a problem that was purposely created for us.