I just built master on my Pi3 on Raspbian, mostly without incident (had to add an include for sys/types.h to robot.h).

However, everything moves at warp speed (pardon the pun).  At first glance, I would have estimated the pace at about double.

I adjusted REALITY in `etc/sysdef` (mistakenly called DISTORTION, which is what it is called elsewhere in the code) and found '8' to look about right (the default is '10').

I just built on this Pi this evening, so I haven't had a chance to dig into the code.  My wild guess without looking would be that CPU freq scaling was messing with the tick rate or some such strangeness along those lines.

Anyone with better knowledge of how "reality" is calculated have thoughts on what this might be?

Thomas E Lackey

diff --git a/robotd/robot.h b/robotd/robot.h
index 4883e70..8aeecd0 100644
--- a/robotd/robot.h
+++ b/robotd/robot.h
@@ -1,3 +1,7 @@
+#ifndef __INCLUDED_robot_h__
+#define __INCLUDED_robot_h__
+#include <sys/types.h>

#define PASS           "t"
#define PASS2          "tover"
@@ -433,3 +437,5 @@ extern int  Xplhit;
#define TR_DEFEND              7
#define TR_OGG                 8
#define TR_TORP                        9
+#endif /* __INCLUDED_robot_h__ */
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