Please do not report E-UAE JIT compiling related bugs to:
- a forum at your favorite portal (because they are going to give you advices, unless it is a cooking portal, but they won't fix it anyway);
- your "friends" on Facebook as a status post (because your hot ex-classmate doesn't care, not to mention that she put you to the acquaintances list for a long time and I am prettty sure she won't fix it anyway);
- Runinuae author (because although Chris is a good guy, almost certainly he won't fix it anyway - hey Chris!);
- your fellow Amiga-enthusiasts at the Club (because they might listen to your theory on what is the root cause of the bug, but they won't fix it anyway);
- your neighbor's cat (because the poor thing doesn't want to hear anything about "fixing", I guarantee).
You know, there is some chance that I wake up one day and realize:
Ah, some Amiga-fan while playing Superfrog on level 6 encountered a graphical glitch which is caused by a mis-used flag dependency in the JIT compiler optimization, so I must fix it. I need coffee!
Yes, there is some chance, very-very-very low chance. (As opposed to there is high chance that I wake up one day and realize: Hrrgrhh... I need coffee!)
Golden RuleIf you want to get the bug fixed then report it to me, preferably by e-mail.
Or you can create a ticket at the projects SourceForge page.
(If you really-really must then you can use the contact box on this blog at the right to the post.)
One more tiny thingPlease do your due-diligence before reporting, if I might ask you to.
What would I like to ask from you is summarized in the README file (yea, like anybody would read a README file). Here is a link to the current version on SourceForge code repository.
You can also find my e-mail address at the end of that file.
Thank you for your attention! Now go back sipping your cocktail, the dinner will be served at 6pm. Wearing Boing Ball pin is mandatory.