Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Version 2.3
Re: Version 2.3
From: Mark Bright <Mark.Bright_at_btopenworld.com>
Date: Mon, 21 Apr 2003 08:25:57 +0100
My mistake, I have just timed loading RB 2.0 against Archos 1.27D from HDD
and you are correct the difference is minimal (in fact I think RB2 is about
1/2 second quicker!!)
I suppose it's just down to being used to the machine, it just seems slower
the more you use it. One thing is certain however, I will never use the
Archos OS again - it is horrible!!! No nice fonts, no WPS....
My humble appologies for ever doubting....
I am truely in awe of your expertise....
Björn Stenberg wrote:
| Mark Bright wrote:
|| So presumably, this will also reduce the size of the 'Core' OS
|| significantly - which in turn will allow the OS to load faster?
| Yes, and no. Core size will decrease, but load speed will be the same.
|| The only
|| real critisism I have with Rockbox is that it takes a lot longer to load
|| than the Archos version.
| Remember that everything up until the Rockbox logo is displayed is
| actually the Archos firmware running. We can't change the bootup code
| Archos os running, since we only "come alive" when that code has
| completed and decides to load and run the archos.mod/ajbrec.ajz file,
| which is when the Rockbox logo appears.
Received on 2003-04-21