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Author:  Miah [ Mon Jan 14, 2013 12:45 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Onlink Progress (blog?) (Last updated 18 Feb - PM)

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It's based off of proprietary works. Although they can make Kite proprietary, they can't do that to Onlink... At least, not without Introversion's permission.
We could probably do something. But we won't anyway.

Author:  bioshacker001 [ Mon Jan 14, 2013 2:21 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Onlink Progress (blog?) (Last updated 18 Feb - PM)

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It's based off of proprietary works. Although they can make Kite proprietary, they can't do that to Onlink... At least, not without Introversion's permission.
We could probably do something. But we won't anyway.
I certainly hope not. Thats half the awesomeness of Onlink.

Author:  Exa [ Tue Jan 15, 2013 8:16 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Onlink Progress (blog?) (Last updated 18 Feb - PM)

Hello, guys. Can the irc server posted by bioshacker be accessed from onlink or should i install an irc standalone client?


I'm standing by to see the progress of Onlink, i just found out about Uplink a week ago and it got me completely. I kinda got to the bottom of Uplink and installed Onlink. End of history :)

Ps: i'm new here so i may crack a nut from time to time by accident. Don't take it too seriously.

Author:  bioshacker001 [ Tue Jan 15, 2013 12:29 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Onlink Progress (blog?) (Last updated 18 Feb - PM)

@Exa: Thats a question for the Official IRC Topic. However, i think i can answer it: As far as i know, the Onlink IRC client is just an IRC client. THerefore, you should be able to. However, it's not online ATM, as I have had absolutely NO users request access. I don't know who wants access to it, or even the majority of the usernames on the forums, so i wouldn't be able to just add everyone. Plus, the server is unstable as it is (I'm currently running a single Windows host, until I have the IRC server set up on OpenSUSE.) However, feel free to try. I'll try to finish the setup of the Linux IRC server tonight, and then it'll be on permanently (well, i'll estimate with 94% uptime.)

Edit: Oh, and don't worry about "cracking a nut". Believe me, I've done worse during my time here (I haven't always been the most mature). As long as you don't openly trash people, troll... Etc., there shouldn't be a problem. It seems like theres a certain kind of person this game attracts.

Author:  B4rberblackheep [ Thu Mar 07, 2013 6:42 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Onlink Progress (blog?) (Last updated 18 Feb - PM)

I don't think the images are working

Author:  hans henrik [ Tue Mar 24, 2015 2:01 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Onlink Progress (blog?) (Last updated 18 Feb - PM)

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In other news, GCC's inline assembler causes blindness or insanity, depending on which happens first:
Code:
__asm__ __volatile__( "0: \n" "\tmftbu %0 \n" "\tmftb %1 \n" "\tmftbu %2 \n" "\tcmpw %2,%0 \n" "\tbne 0b \n" : "=r"(upper),"=r"(lower),"=r"(tmp));
what the *** is that? is that really the syntax for gcc's inline assembler? its terrible

Author:  Tycho [ Sun Mar 29, 2015 10:59 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Onlink Progress (blog?) (Last updated 18 Feb - PM)

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In other news, GCC's inline assembler causes blindness or insanity, depending on which happens first:
Code:
__asm__ __volatile__( "0: \n" "\tmftbu %0 \n" "\tmftb %1 \n" "\tmftbu %2 \n" "\tcmpw %2,%0 \n" "\tbne 0b \n" : "=r"(upper),"=r"(lower),"=r"(tmp));
what the *** is that? is that really the syntax for gcc's inline assembler? its terrible
That's AT&T syntax, and it's also for PowerPC assembler.

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