Here is a set of particular options to set in your Basilisk II
"$HOME/.basilisk_ii_prefs" for Unix
"BasiliskII_prefs" for Windows
You currently have to set it to 4, i.e. for 68040
emulation. The JIT compiler will not work otherwise (actually, it gets
disabled once MacOS has booted) or will even crash if you use one of
the old versions from October, 2000 or the new release from
January, 2001 :-(
If set to true, enable the JIT compiler. Otherwise, we revert to
the (slower) interpretive way.
Size of the translation cache. Set it for example to 2048
(the minimal value) in order to get a 2048 KB translation
cache. Now that we use Lazy Translation Cache Flushing, it is greatly
profitable to put a higher value here. For example, I use a 8 MB
translation cache and I get higher speed than with only 256 KB. BTW,
Lazy Flusher 2 will aim to get the same speed with a shorter
translation cache but it is not implemented yet.
Flag set to true if you want to enable JIT compilation for the FPU.
This option has no effect with the old releases. Starting from November
releases, JIT Basilisk II supports compilation for FPU instructions.
If set to false, use the old way to flush the translation
cache that consisted in flushing whenever the 68040 processor requests
it. If set to true, use the lazy translation cache flushing
method that consists in keeping the translated code as long as
possible, i.e. recompile only the blocks that changed.