Originally Posted by Toni Wilen
Just a small warning: in my opinion that dll interface is badly designed horrible security hole. Interface used = unsupported state.
Yes this interface is very tricky, but very useful for me (please Toni don't remove it in WinUAE
You can use memory or ressource outside the emulator, but at this time, I haven't seen any blue screen.
- Only D1,D2,D3,D4,D5,D6,D7,A1,A2 registers (9 pointers or unsigned long values) can be used (perhaps it's a SASC limitation...
- Only chip memory (memory starting at $0) or Zorro3 memory can be used (like a DMA memory in fact
- SASC has a little bug with D1 and D6 registers: they can't be pointers (the workaround is to cast all in ULONG