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Short:Library to ctrl the MC68K MMUs
Author:thomas.richter at (Thomas Richter)
Uploader:thomas richter alumni tu-berlin de (Thomas Richter)
Requires:a 68020/68851, 68030, 68040 or 68060 with a working MMU
Architecture:m68k-amigaos >= 2.0.4
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NOTE:	The developer information went now into the "MuManual" archive, this
	is the "user only" distribution.


Purpose and goal of this library:

The mmu.library is a basis for MMU (memory management) related functions the 
MC68K family can perform. Up to now certain hacks are available that program 
the MMU themselves (Enforcer,CyberGuard,GuardianAngle,SetCPU,Shapeshifter,
It's therefore not unexpected that these tools conflict with each other.
There's up to now no Os support for the MMU at all - the gap this mmu.library

The goal is to provide a basis of functions to address and program the MMU in
a hardware independent, Os friendly fashion. Hence, the new version of the
Enforcer, called MuForce, will work together with virtual memory, and others.

The mmu.library is also the basis for the virtual memory project, the 
memory.library. Even though the mmu.library does not provide virtual memory
itself, it builds the basics to allow an easy implementation and to avoid the
hacks required by other implementations so far.

The memory.library is now complete and can be found in this archive.


Release 47.6.2
	- This is another minor update which just includes the most
	  recent version of SegTracker (47.3). Nothing else changed.

Release 47.6.1
	- This is only a very minor update. The version check whether
	  FastIEEE should be installed was backwards, and the script
	  only installed it if the mathieee libraries were newer, not
	  older. If you have the MMULib already installed, there is
	  no reason to re-install it with this package as everything
	  else remained unchanged.

Release 47.6
	- While previous releases tolerated byte and word reads from
	  AbsExecBase, this is no longer the case from this release
	  onwards. Instead, the exception is now reported to the
	  mmulib exception handler chain. Long word reads from
	  AbsExecBase are still emulated (if the MMUContext allows so).
	- Everything else remained unchanged.

Release 47.5.4
	- The mmu.library and processor libraries did not change from
	  the last release. Thus, if you have the 47.5 installed, you
	  are already up to date.
	- MuForce received an update, and reaches version 47.1. This
	  release is now able to print symbol and line number infor-
	  mation provided SegTracker v47 is installed and recorded 
	  such information.
	- MuGuardianAngel was updated to release 40.52. Also, this
	  release added support for SegTracker v47.
	- SegTracker v47 is now included as contribution.

Release 47.5.3

	- The mmu.library and processor libraries did not change from
	  the last release. Thus, if you already installed the 47.5
	  archive, those libraries are already up to date.
	- MuScan received a minor update. It now explicity prints
	  "WriteThrough" for pages where this caching mode is used.
	  Note that this is the default, which is indicated by the
	  absence of any other caching flag.
	- MuScan now prints "bundled indirect" pages correctly.

Release 47.5.2

	- The mmu.library and processor libraries did not change from
	  the last release. Thus, if you already installed the 47.5
	  archive, those libraries are already up to date.
	- The installation script received a minor update: It now
	  recognizes the Os 3.9 BB version of SetPatch as a version that
	  does not require updating, and it cleans up temporary files
	  before attempting a patch.
	- MuRedox had been updated to the latest version you can also
	  get separately from the Aminet. It now supports also the
	  68LC040 and 68LC060 if you install SoftIEEE first. SoftIEEE is
	  not included and available separately.
	- The disassembler.library has been updated to the latest version.
	  This version fixes the disassembly of some FPU instructions such
	  as fdsqrt,fssqrt and ftrap.
	- The latest version of PatchWork is included as third-party
	  contribution. Thanks Richard for the permission. 
	- The latest version of Sashimi is included as third-party contri-
	  bution. Thanks, Olaf!

Release 47.5.1
	- The mmu.library did not change from last release, but this
	  distribution contains new versions of the 68040 and 68060
	  library. They unload now the floating point support part of
	  their code if run on a CPU without working FPU, i.e. on the
	  68EC040, 68LC040, 68EC060 and 68LC060. This saves approxi-
	  mately 48K of memory. 
	- The emulation of the 64bit division algorithm of the 
	  68060.library improved a tiny little bit in case the divisor
	  is larger than 16 bits.
	- The same improvement was also merged into MuRedox.

Release 47.5
	- Added the new command LAYOUT to the MMU-Configuration file
	  which allows to reconfigure the layout of the MMU tree and the
	  page size. Please read the guide (carefully!) to understand
	  how this command works and what it can do. Casual users should
	  better do not touch this configuration option in first place.

Release 47.4
	- The ClearMMU Blank command sequence for the MMU-Configuration
	  had one serious defect that remained hidden until release 47.3
	  where it started to do some serious harm, including crashing
	  the machine when it was present. Thanks to Christian Heiberg
	  and "astuermer" for helping me to find the issue.
	- The GetMappingProperties() and GetProperties() function did not
	  return the right descriptor for MAPTAG_DESCRIPTOR if the address
	  belonged to the second or later descriptor in a larger array of
	  multiple indirect descriptors.
	- A new version of MuEVD, the mmulib-driven shapeshifter video
	  driver is included. This version now also handles P96 video
	  drivers that make use of indirect descriptors for video cards
	  that only offer segmented memory access, such as the Retina Z2.

Release 47.3
	- Handling of array of indirect descriptors was a bit clumpsy as
	  every page required its own separate abstract descriptor during
	  setup. The library became now smarter and is able to merge
	  address ranges that are mapped by a contiguous array of indirect
	  descriptors into one single abstract description. This also helps
	  to speed up abstract (2nd level) MMU property management.
	- The new mapping property MAPP_INDIRECT|MAPP_BUNDLED can now be
	  used to map an entire address range area by a single indirect
	  descriptor. Previous versions would have interpreted this
	  combination as "bundled" only, ignoring the indirect descriptor.

Release 47.2
	- Low level MMU table creation was speed up a little bit. This may
	  help with systems with lots of memory.
	- The MMU-Configuration AddMemory command did not not update the
	  MMU setting for the added memory, this had to be done manually,

Release 47.1
	- Added an API to translate a physical address to a logical address
	  under which it can be accessed.
	- Added the MuMapRanger tool to the distribution (also available

Release 46.22
	- In case the mmu.library was run on top of an EC processor, the
	  IOMMU functions CachePreDMA() and CachePostDMA() run into an alert
	  as the DMA translation tables are not prepared. They now implement
	  a 1:1 logical to physical mapping in the absence of a MMU.
	- The 68040 and 68060 no longer generate a visible warning in case
	  they are run on the wrong CPU (i.e. the 68060.library on a 68040
	  or the 68040.library on a 68060) provided a recent exec.library is
	  detected. It is assumed that on such newer systems, a sane version
	  of SetPatch is present that no longer attempts to load the wrong
	  library. This avoids problems with programs that attempt to open
	  the CPU library manually, though from the wrong processor.
	  Note that there is absolutely no reason why an application should
	  attempt to open them - the public interface towards the CPU libraries
	  is in the 680x0.library.

Release 46.21
	- Z2Burst is a new command for the MMU-Configuration which disables
	  caching and by that also bursting in the Z2 area. This is useful
	  for some (or many?) 68040 and 68060 based CPU boards that cannot
	  abort burst transfers to the Z-II area properly and may slow down
	  or hang if attempts are made to initiate a burst transfer over the
	  Zorro bus.
	- A new vendor specific init-tool, GVPInit, was added to disable
	  bursting to the Zorro area for affected GVP boards. Thanks to 
	  Ralph Babel for sharing the information how to detect them and
	  to Robert Miranda for testing them.
	- The P5Init tool now also detects the B2060 card and disables caching
	  and bursting in the Z-II area for it.
	- Init scripts have been augmented to support GVPInit, and a new tool
	  GVPIdentify which detects affected GVP boards.

Release 46.20
	- The mmu.library and the 68030.library are now aware of the A3000
	  SuperKickstart, and protect it and the corresponding MMU tables
	  such that the system can reboot cleanly with the SuperKickstart
	- New versions of ACAInit and ACAIdentify are included that hopefully
	  have somewhat more robust support for the ACA cards. In particular,
	  the ACA630 support should have been improved.

Release 46.19.2
	- No new release of the mmu.library, but a new version of 
	  MuForce, which now also prints the PC at which an Alert()
	  or a software failure was detected.
	- Also included a new version of the disassembler.library which
	  fixes the disassembly of fmovem with multiple immediate sources.
	- Also includes a new release of MuRedox which now also patches
	  the fmovem.l #immed,<multiple ctrl regs> instruction.

Release 46.19.1
	- No new release of the mmu.library, but a new version of 
	  MuForce, which now also tests word-aligned data on the stack
	  through SegTracker. Former releases expected data on the
	  stack to be longword aligned.

Release 46.19
	- The MMU-Configuration file allows now one additional command,
	  namely "MMU off". This turns off usage of the MMU. The
	  purpose of this command is to allow safe usage of the MMULib
	  based processor libraries (68040.library and 68060.library)
	  on EC processors where the mmulib internal MMU detection logic
	  reports incorrectly the presence of a MMU. Unfortunately, the
	  MMU test cannot be made 100% reliably as Motorola labeled
	  processors with defective MMU as "EC" models, though they were
	  produced from the same mask set.
	- P5Init was updated to also configure the MMU for the Permedia2
	  and Voodoo3 chips which were present on some P5 based graphics
	  cards with proprietary PCI bridge. This may help to operate
	  these cards on MMULib based installations.

Release 46.18.1
	- The EnvArc/MMU-Configuration.ACA file was missing from the
	  distribution. Outch! Thanks to Jan-Erik for reporting this
	- Added new releases of ACAInit and ACAIdentify that also cover
	  the ACA1233n. This is experimental.
	- Added a new version of MuFastZero that also attempts to copy 
	  the KickMem and KickTag Ptrs to the non-mirrored version of
	  ExecBase over, hopefully allow programs to install resident
	  modules even if SysBase is remapped.

Release 46.18
	- Unlike documented, the dos.library FGets() function does
	  not always zero-terminate its result, potentially causing
	  an infinite loop when reading the preferences. This version
	  includes a workaround.
	- The data caches are no longer disabled during context building
	  if a context does not yet have a root pointer. This may speed
	  up initial MMU table creation somewhat.

Release 46.17
	- The ColdReboot() patch of the mmu.library triggered a
	  full coldstart on A3000 boards, erasing all resident
	  modules, including LoadModule. This has been fixed.
	  Note, however, that the A3000 SuperKickstart support
	  has one bug that erraneously reserves 512K of RAM
	  space with the mmu.library loaded. If you use LoadModule,
	  add the option "HeaderForwards" to make it working.
	- MuForce was bumped to 46.2 and fixes one access error
	  in its Alert() patch.

Release 46.16.1
	- No functional changes, but the installer script was
	  updated to recognize the 3.1.4 version of SetPatch, and
	  some minor tweaks have been made for the update process
	  of the mfm.device and IPrefs. Furthermore, the processor
	  libraries are now installed by default.

Release 46.16
	- In case the mmu.library was run on top of a soft-loaded
	  exec.library, the startup-code did not generate the
	  implicit "ClearTTx" and hence could have left some IO
	  boards configured as WriteThrough instead of CacheInhibit.
	  This release now also recognizes versions of exec that
	  have been injected via LoadModule and other related tools.

Release 46.15
	- This release includes an updated mmu.library which fixes
	  the handling of expansion boards that have been "shut up"
	  because the system run out of expansion space. All
	  previous releases would have flagged erraneously the 
	  entire system memory as "I/O space" if that happened.
	  This version ignores such (absend, and de-configured)
	  boards correctly.

Release 46.14.3
	- This relase provides a new version of the 68030.library
	  which includes now better support for the 68EC030
	  processors, especially on GVP boards. For these boards,
	  caching needs to be disabled for the entire lower 16MB.
	  Typically, the MMU and the mmu.library do that, but not
	  if an EC processor lacking a MMU is in the system.
	- Updated scripts (installer scripts and rexx scripts) to
	  support older ACA boards and install ACAInit if such a
	  board is identified or requested by the user.
	- Updated MuGuardianAngel which failed to test whether it
	  AllocAbs() had been patched over after MuGA was run.

Release 46.14.2
	- This release provides a new version of the 68060.library
	  which includes now a more careful test for the I4 bug
	  of the 68060. Apparently, the test used before could fail
	  to detect the erratum on revision 5 68060 processors.
	- This distribution also includes a new (still experimental)
	  MMU setup helper "ACAInit" that opens the MMU pages for
	  some older ACA (icomp) cards such that ACATune will
	  hopefully continue to operate on them. To use ACAInit,
	  copy it to LIBS:mmu, and add this command at the end of
	  ENVARC:MMU-Configuration. Feedback welcome.

Release 46.14.1
	- The configuration for the Merlin graphics card was not
	  right as it uses 4MB in the Z3 area, but only 2MB in the
	  Z2 area. An appropriate switch was added to the default
	  config files and the configuration builder file.

Release 46.14
	- A arithmetic overflow in a {base+delta} or {size+delta}
	  expression in ENVARC:mmu-configuration triggered a yellow 
	  alert, even if the result is never used because the
	  corresponding board is not installed. This has been fixed.
	- This release ships with a new disassembler.library which
	  no longer classifies btst with a PC-relative target as

Release 46.13.1
	- The configuration for the VA2000 was apparently not yet
	  ideal as the first 64K are IO and not grahics memory,
	  hence fixed the MMU-Configuration for the board.

Release 46.13
	- Added MMU information about the VA2000 graphics card.
	- Fixed a bug in PhysicalLocation() that crashed on
	  mmu-less systems.

Release 46.12.1
	- The core library and most tools remain identical.
	- The processor libs were updated to release 46.3.
	  ColdReboot() was potentially broken in case the code
	  was run from MEMF_CHIP (rather unusual, but possible)
	  and hence the CPU could not prefetch the jump to ROM.
	- MuProtectModules was updated to 45.5 and fixes a bug
	  in not carrying over the cache inhibit settings correctly
	  when enabling remapping.
	- LoadModule was updated to 45.9 and fixes a bug for not
	  clearing module remapping addresses on a reset correctly.
	- The installer script did not create path names of the
	  MuTools correctly and hence might have created an incorrect
	  startup sequence.
	- Thanks to Hyperion, Installer 43.8 could be provided along
	  with the distribution making the installation stand-alone.

Release 46.12
	- MMUInit is now also called during early setup of the library,
	  that is in particular when the library is resident in memory.

Release 46.11
	- The setup and detection of CD32 ROMs was partially broken
	  and several iterations were required to fix this.
	- Added another LVO to ease the layout of ContextWindows()
	  upon creation. There is no longer a need to setup the
	  target context correctly manually. In the autodocs, see
	  LayoutContextWindow() for details.

Release 46.7
	- The interface of P5Init/p5emu.library to the CPU libraries
	  changed again to make it a bit more future proof. The new
	  interface allows P5Init to replace multiple CPU library
	  call-ins to optimize compatibility.
	- Merging entries in the high-level MMU table description as
	  used by SetPropertiesA() could have resulted in erasing
	  side information required by MAPP_BUNDLED/MAPP_REMAPPED/
	- MuMapRom was reworked again to improve compatibility with
	  motherboard RAM on the A600 and A1200.
	- A debug version MuMapRom.debug is now included.
	- MuMapRom always mapped the A4000 and A3000 motherboard RAM,
	  even on systems where this RAM is not present.
	- Erasing one of the MMU properties that require side information
	  no longer erases the side information of other properties
	  that remain set. 

Release 46.5
	- This is beta release with a couple of bug fixes of the
	  mmu.library and new functions of the tools.
	- Building a MMU context that was completely blank caused
	  an infinite loop in the table builder process, fixed.
	- Removed duplications in the MMU default context creation.
	- Added support to tell the CD32 and CDTV apart, as the
	  former has ROM in the 0x00e0-space, whereas the latter
	  has motherboard resources there.
	- Added new mmu.library functions to create windows in mmu
	  contexts and to enable fast window switching.
	- Updated MuScan to report on context windows.
	- Updated MuForce to report context windows.
	- Updated MuFastRom to be aware of the CD32 lower ROM area.
	- Updated MuMapRom to be aware of the CD32 lower ROM area,
	  and to setup the MMU context for the reset-resident ROM
	  mirror more carefully.
	- Bumped CPU libraries to V46.

Release 43.14.2
	- Not a new release. Apparently, the database command
	  of the installer only consults ExecBase to detect a
	  68060, which may not always be correct. Added a work-

Release 43.14.1
	- Not a new release. The only difference is that we are
	  now including also a patch for SetPatch 40.16, the
	  version that came with Os 3.1.

Release 43.14
	- This version of the mmu.library introduces a new
	  source of the MMU configuration, namely a resident
	  module named "MMUInit". This module, if found on
	  the exec resident list, is used to setup the MMU
	  context during initialization before the user based
	  configuration is called.
	- The 68060.library now uses an explicit test to disable
	  the load/store bypass of the 68060 in case the CPU
	  is faulty. Previous versions parsed the CPU revision,
	  though created false negatives by a test that is too
	  conservative when disabling the load/store buffer
	- MuMove4K includes now an explicit check whether it is
	  run in front of SetPatch.

Release 43.13.2
	- One minor bug-fix in P5Init, namely handling of out
	  of memory in the creation of the p5emu.library was
	  not handled gracefully.
	- All CPU libraries check now for the presence of the
	  p5emu.library and install "trampoline functions" to
	  the emulation in case it is detected. This may help to
	  avoid compatibility problems to P5 programs that jump
	  into undocumented LVOs of the CPU libraries.

Release 43.13.1
	- Minor tweak in the CPU libraries to ensure that the
	  visible "old" MMU configuration is also set to the
	  configuration initialized by the CPU libraries.
	- The 68030.library now initializes the TTx registers
	  on EC-based models explicitly such that the Z-II
	  are is not-cacheable for write-accesses, working around
	  a bug in the on-chip caching logic. Read accesses
	  may be cached and are in control of the external board

Release 43.13
	- Some utilities unfortunately release the previous MMU
	  tables after initializing the mmu.library, then causing
	  a hang whenever the library restores them for a reset.
	  This release no longer attempts to do that if it finds
	  that it has been loaded by an mmu-aware CPU library.
	- ENVARC:mmu-configuration is no longer strictly necessary
	  if the library is initialized from a CPU library.

Release 43.12
	- This release fixes one (or possibly even two) serious but
	  unfortunate bugs in the 68060.library: Loading single
	  precision numbers as sources from unimplemented opcodes
	  was unfortunately broken and caused wrong data to be loaded,
	  and generated bogus bus errors at times.

Release 43.11
	- This release merges the changes made by Etienne back in the main
	  development branch.
	- The MMU detection code is now also able to identify 68060's during
	  the system bootstrap where some P5 boards only identify them as
	  68010's for compatibility reasons.
	- Fixed a harmless bug in the 68030/68581 MMU table reader.
	- CPU libraries: This release patches the private exec function
	  ExitIntr() to address spurious interrupts happening on fast
	  accelerator boards. On such boards Paula did not yet clear the
	  interrupt bits when the CPU leaves the interrupt processing,
	  causing a second spurious interrupt as soon as the processor
	  leaves the exec interrupt handler.
	- LoadModule: Merged changes by Etienne back into the main branch.
	- MuGuardianAngel: Merged fixes by Christian Sauer back into the
	  main development branch.

Release 43.10
	- Fixed nasty 43.9 exception crashes on 030 systems (and probably
	  020/881 as well). These crashes were caused by PhxAss default
	  optimizations which converted explicit BRA.W to BRA.S in the
	  exception handler and messed up calculated jumps. The MuLib is now
	  assembled with branch optimization explicitely turned OFF *grunt*

Release 43.9
	- Made the mmu.library assemble with PhxAss by decoding DevPac only
	- Added safeguard to the mmu.library AddMem command for switchable
	  accelerator boards: memory in the 32bit address space (above the
	  first 16Mb) will only be added if the CPU is at least a 68020.
	- Made the mmu.library ClearMMU command more effective: it will now
	  reset areas incorrectly marked valid in the boot configuration
	  to blank space.
	- THOR: Added workaround for some Appolo 060 boards that apparently
	  misuse some undocumented 060 MMU table bits.

Release 43.8
	- mmu.library: I seem to have updated something here in 2002, but
	  I really forgot. Anyhow, this is the latest release I have.
	- 68060.library: Added patches for the utility.library division
	  support since some kickstart versions apparently do not patch
	  in the optimized versions.
	- 68040.library: Added patches for the utility.library division
	  and multiplication routines because some kickstart routines
	  do not seem to patch the optimized versions in.
	- disassembler.library: Fixed all issues Christian Sauer fixed
	  in 40.5, and also fixed garbled output on disassembly of
	  floating point constants.

Release 43.7
	- mmu.library: Added a workaround against invalid MMU tables
	  setup by utilities that do not satisfy the stronger alignment
	  restrictions of the 68060 compared to the 68040. The MMU table
	  scanner is now a bit more relaxed for these tables.
	- 68060.library: Improved the divu.l 64:32 division emulation
	  somewhat. Motorola used Knuth's "Algorithm D" out of the book,
	  which is, however, a bit overweighted for the purpose of the
	  library. I replaced it by a somewhat simpler and faster algo-
	  rithm. Won't make a difference unless the program to be emulated
	  uses way too many divu.l computations.
	- Applied the same changes to MuRedox and its divu emulation.

Release 43.6
	- mmu.library: Added another safety check for the DMA property
	- MuMapRom: The reset-and-stay resident mechanism of MuMapRom
	  makes now use of the ColdCapture exec vector and a nice little
	  extra hack.
	- MuMapRom: Adds now a 16MB "safety zone" around memory areas to
	  keep some wierd memory tests working.
	- memory.library: Changed the memory administration functions a
	  bit by adding a "ranger pointer". 

Release 43.5.1
	- 680x0.library: Handled the low-memory area of MuMove4K unproperly
	  and therefore broke MuFastZero. Fixed.
	- MuMapRom: Did not work at all if the "ROMINFAST" option was not
	  present at the command line. Should be much better now.
	- memory.library: The library does no longer allow the attachment of
	  an address space to the global MMU context.
	- memory.library: The library does no longer support attachments of
	  address spaces to supervisor contexts. This wouldn't have worked
	- MuGuardianAngel: AllocAbs() was still broken and returned the wrong

Release 43.5
	- CPU libraries: All CPU libraries reset the VBR now before restarting
	  the ROM.
	- mmu.library: Fixed a possible race condition of the 68060 exception
	  handler. The 68060 can report a misaligned access even though the
	  fault address and the access fault size do not indicate that a page
	  boundary is crossed.
	- Included a new test tool: "SwapTest" will check whether the 68060 or
	  68040 library support some race conditions on swapping correctly.
	  Note that this test will fail for most third-party libraries.
	- Included MuForce 40.30 (Aminet release) that is required for the
	  latest MuGA. It won't work with former releases.

Release 43.4.2	(Internal release only)
	- memory.library:
		- fixed possible memory leak of the swap hooks. They should
		  have closed files/devices on VMPACK_EXIT, not VMPACK_CLOSE.
	- Updated the documentation of the mmu.library for the new functions.
	- Included a first version for the memory.library documentation.

Release 43.4.1	(Internal release only)
	- mmu.library:	Forgot to include the 43.4 of the mmu.library in the
	  last distribution.
	- memory.library:
		- fixed broken handling of private swap hooks for 
		  virtual memory pools.
		- fixed broken handling of "Retry" of error requesters.
		- added more sophisticated error handling for out of memory
		  and swap alerts. The code will no longer try to repeat for
		  obvious errors.
	- mmap.c:
		- fixed missing result code on error.

Release 43.4	(Internal release only)
	- mmu.library: The 68040 race condition fix of the 43.3 wasn't as
	  good as I though. Reworked this mess again. It will now be able
	  to handle the wierd condition where a write-back is busy and
	  detected from a word-sized movem, even though it comes from a
	  different instruction. Yuck!
	- mmu.library: Added workarounds for the V37 ObtainSemaphoreShared()
	- mmu.library: Made all context locks shared as far as possible.
	- mmu.library: Fixed a possible register trash for the shared context
	- memory.library: Worked again a bit on the memory allocation routines
	- Examples: vmem.c and mmap.c are now ready for release. The examples
	  look now like they are supposed to.
	- Updated the mmu.library autodocs a bit.
	- memory.library:
		- added another cache at the swap hook side of the library.
		  This should hopefully help to improve the performance a
		  bit as it tries to bundle I/O accesses.
		- the library limits now the virtual memory range of the
		  address space to the user defined limit before asking the
		  hook for the maximal size. This avoids unnecessary disk-
		  trashing for the file hook.
		- the library should behaive much better now for low memory
		  situations and errors on the swap hook. The hook remains
		  responsive in these situations. 
		- added a (localizable) error requester for failures of the
		  three built-in swap hooks.
		- All file I/O goes now over packets rather the dos.library.
		  This would avoid trouble in case the dos.library gets
		  patched over.

Release 43.3	(Internal release only)
	- mmu.library: Fixed a possible race condition of the Motorola
	  "Diva", the 68040. Unlike what the documentation suggests, the
	  CM bit is not directly related to access errors of movem's. )-:
	- memory.library:
		- Fixed a bug in the final page disposal routine that
		  could have caused MuGA hits. Fixed.
		- Fixed a bug in the swap daemon that could have tried
		  to deliver a motor tick to the swap hook even though
		  the hook has been released already.
		- Reworked the internal memory handling. The memory
		  pools come now with scratch lists to speed up the
		  allocation of tiny chunks, and to avoid unnecessary
		  virtual memory accesses. Further, the library uses
		  now its own set of pooled allocation/deallocation
		  routines. First of all, this avoids clashes with
		  whatever patch might sit there and doesn't know
		  how to handle virtual memory correctly, especially
		  the rather harsh Forbid()/Disable() rules. Second,
		  the new pooled allocation tries a combination of
		  a "best fit" plus "buddy chunk" allocation that is
		  less naive than the native exec allocation. 
		  (but still naive enough to allow improvements...)
		- Fixed bugs in the computation of the swap pool size
		  that happened mainly on machines with Z2 memory
		- Added documentation for the PoolVSize() function
		  that was forgotten for the 0.0 release last time.
		- Added a tag to restrict the size of the virtual
		  memory pool created.
	- MuGA: Fixed Deallocate()/Allocate() patches that forgot to
	  align memory correctly.
	- MuRedox: Aparently, the new version never made it to Aminet,
	  even though it was uploaded. It provides one new option,
	  SHOWPATCHEDINSTRS, which shows the list of instructions it
	  was able to replace by its own set of stub-routines.

If the vmem example program shows an "Allocation Failed" report, do not worry.
This is just because the memory pool run out of data. This is likely to happen
due to the way how this stress-test works.

The memory.library got tested now on the 030,040 and 060.

Release 43.2	(Internal release only)
	- mmu.library: Added support for the mmu.resource. This is a
	  system resource that defines the interface to the true hard-
	  ware MMU. The library will make use of this resource whenever
	  it is present, and will fall back to its build-in routines
	  otherwise. The purpose of the resource is to allow emulation
	  of the MC68K MMU on non-native CPUs (i.e. x86) without the
	  need to re-write the entire library from scratch.
	- mmu.library: "shared" pages are finally officially supported.
	  Note that most of this stuff worked already in V42.
	- mmu.library: Fixed a bug in PhysicalLocation() that did not
	  return the true physical location in case the memory was
	  marked as MAPP_SHARED.
	- mmu.library: Added GetPageUsedModified() to parse the
	  Used/Modified flags more easely than with Get/SetPage-
	  Properties(). This is still to be documented and mainly for
	  the purpose of the memory.library.
	- MuGA: Fixed a register trash that broke AllocAbs() and related
	- NEWS FLASH! Finally, the first release of the memory.library
	  is available. The purpose of this release is to supply
	  virtual memory to the AmigaOs in a flexible and compatible
	  way. There is not yet much documentation, but there are
	  includes and autodocs.


                      The THOR-Software Licence (v3, January 2nd 2021)

This License applies to the computer programs known as "mmu.library", the
"disassembler.library", the version 40 releases of the "68040.library", the
"MuTools", including "MuForce", "MuGuardianAngel", "MuSetCacheMode",
"MuScan", "MuLink", "MuMove4K", "FixCybAccess", "CheckFPU", "MuOVLYMGR",
"MuLockLib", "MuOmniSCSIPatch" and the corresponding documentation, known as
".guide" files. The "Program", below, refers to such program. The "Archive"
refers to the package of distribution, as prepared by the author of the
Program, Thomas Richter. Each licensee is addressed as "you".

The Program and the data in the archive are freely distributable
under the restrictions stated below, but are also Copyright (c)
Thomas Richter.

Distribution of the Program, the Archive and the data in the Archive by a
commercial organization without written permission from the author to any
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payment for some product or service that includes a copy of the Program
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However, the following methods of distribution involving payment shall not
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d) provided further that all information on said data carrier is
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Redistribution of a modified version of the Archive, the Program or the
contents of the Archive is prohibited in any way, by any organization,
regardless whether commercial or non-commercial. Everything must be kept
together, in original and unmodified form.




                                                        Thomas Richter

So long,
	Thomas			(December 2023)

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