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Re: Java on Amiga
Not too shy to talk
Joined:
2008/12/20 17:26
Posts: 258
I asked my friend...

Initially he seems too shy / unsure to commit. But he is very, very interested. I talk to him more later.

Is there a "AOS4 developer edition" -kind of CD that could be used to install a sam to a full developer environment with a few clicks?

For example I do not currently have time to set up my system properly, but if such superb easy kit was available, I could re-install my system and get coding & loan my system to the interested party, before one commits more.

(I might be interested in "buffering" one developer sam (+every other flavour) by myself by my own €€€, to help to kick start new developers. Ofcourse AOS4 crosscompiler and emulated test environment for icAROS could make things simpler and cheaper????)


UPDATE: it is possible that I have more time around the end of the year & then we look at it together, I'm leaving my current job and sorting some time consuming other stuff....


Edited by KimmoK on 2010/7/12 10:20:51
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Re: Java on Amiga
Just popping in
Joined:
2006/12/2 1:41
From VA, USA
Posts: 193
@KimmoK

Hyperion has an archive on their site containing the full
SDK for general OS4 development:

http://www.hyperion-entertainment.biz ... d=36:amigaos-4x&Itemid=18

Downloading doesn't seem to work well in IBrowse, so you should
use OWB or Timberworlf (I guess).

Then just dearchive it to RAM: and double-click on the
Install icon. Easy!

Once the SDK is installed, you just need an editor and you
can run gcc from the CLI.

If you want a more user-friendly environment, you can also
download the "SE" version of CodeBench, an OS4 native IDE:

http://codebench.co.uk/

It's got a few rough edges, but provides a syntax highlighting
editor and automated build system.

Good luck,

PJS

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Re: Java on Amiga
Just popping in
Joined:
2007/7/30 21:55
From Sweden
Posts: 180
@KimmoK

Quote:

KimmoK wrote:
Initially he seems too shy / unsure to commit. But he is very, very interested. I talk to him more later.


He can just check out the code and give it a go. If he has questions, they can just be asked on the mailing-list, and hopefully an answer can be found.

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