[stella] give me a D. give me a U. give me an H.

Subject: [stella] give me a D. give me a U. give me an H.
From: KirkIsrael@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: 10 Sep 2003 23:49:30 -0000
I have this weird habit of thinking "oh, it must be a timing 
problem" when it's really something else.

I went crazy building a perl tool to hunt for page-crossing
branches, when really my program was getting weird simply
because I was forgetting the "#" in front of constants/

The latest idiocy: if you're using X to count your scanlines,
it might make sense not to casually use it for addressing 
offsets.  Heh heh.

Geez, it's not like I don't know what timing problems look
like; they're generally boring things that stretch the screen
elements, not things that look like nuclear meltdown.

KirkIsrael@xxxxxxxxxxxxx    http://kisrael.com
"Uncertainty in the pressure of vivid hopes and fears is painful, 
 but must be endured if we wish to live without the support of 
 comforting fairy tales."  --Bertrand Russell

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