Well I’ve decided that my current approach just isn’t improving the situation. And despite help from a lot of people, I’m no better off than I was a few weeks ago.
I happened to stumble upon “Debugging: The 9 indispensable Rules for Finding Even the Most Elusive Software and Hardware Problems”, which is a book I bought at a local bookstore.
I need some change of pace, some different way of looking at this challenge, in order to solve it. The book is a quick easy read, I should be done with a day or so. Hopefully I can apply some techniques.
I’m also considering going to assembly because more and more I’m disliking the “built-in” delays in SX/B. Sure you can turn them off, but then that turns off the “features” of using SX/B. And if that’s the case, then I might as well use assembly. I’m not sure about that yet, so we’ll see.
I finished the book yesterday. Good reading. I now have to learn how to apply those rules to my project. Definitely has given me a different view point….