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MUPDF/DGJPP test release! | progress, LFB, evil PDF 1.7 (Users)

posted by DOS386(R), 24.02.2011, 07:50

> I checked the link and is still alive, what's the problem?

PROBLEM: msg=9647

> > for major/final release please compile -march=i80386 too.
> As travolter reported not much gain of -march I dropped it.

So march is 80386 again ?

> Hm. sometimes not accessible, it's a free hosting...

It's back ... but VESATEST is from 2005 :-|

> There's no global variable indicating loading progress so I cannot display it.

Heh :-|

> Or do you need useless animated stuff like in windows?

NO. Need "useless bloated stuff like in windows" ? Go to "" : msg=9647 :clap:

A simple progress indicator would be cool (bar, number, ...) but if the lib has no support then it's difficult :-(

> This document works fine for me. And it was only ~8MB In header I could saw PDF1.6

Damn. The offending file is here (vanished from Adobe ???): PDF BLOAT (15 MiB, 1.7), please check it.

> For documents I had tried it zoomed all text, vector graphics and bitmaps...

You are missing the point too (or I didn't express it well). I meant that proper PDF elements (fonts, tables, graphs) do NOT pass any bitmap zooming algorithm (Lanczos, SP-line, Bilinear, NN, ...), so you can't "hack" here. Sure it could be made faster and less mice but then you have to replace quality-optimized bitmap brewing algorithms by speed optimized ones.

> LFB appears to be 32 Megabytes at D0000000h,

who said ?

> which are properly set in a pair of phys_MTTRRs as "type 01" memory (WC).
> But according to your program (and VESATEST) the VESA BIOS
> tells the LFB is at C0000000. Moral : don't believe VESA !

Funny :clap: FYI, I have a PC with LFB at 1 Gi AKA $4000'0000.

This is a LOGITECH mouse driver, but some software expect here
the following string:*** This is Copyright 1983 Microsoft ***


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