My dev machine was overwhelmed by a nasty variant of virut … luckily enough I was able to save everything, but the computer had to be reformatted 🙁 Long story short, I’m now using Windows 7 64 bits 🙂
Saturnin works well under 7, I was a bit worried that it wouldn’t, and I migrated it to Visual Studio 2010.
I put aside the DSP for now, as I decided to do the “preparation to open source” migration (ie renaming french comments / variables into english, using boost naming convention for types, documenting headers using Doxygen, etc.)
I’m not far from the end now, but this kind of work is a real pain, as you don’t have any results visible (until you break something) For instance, I spent a whole month understanding why some polygons weren’t well displayed anymore, while others were just fine … it turned out that I made a cast error in a SH2 opcode, sometimes resulting in coordinates miscalculation …
Anyway, time to go back to work 🙂 (and thanks for the kind comments, I know I’m not posting as much as I want to, but I really appreciate)
You can do it. Good work!
How preparation to open source is going. I am very interested in it.
@Lukasz : I’m not far of the end but as always the last bits are the longer :/
Oh Runik I am so glad that you do not abandoned your invaluable work