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Re: AmigaOS 4.1 Final Edition SDK available for download
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@djrikki
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AutoDocViewer still at 0.99 from 2006.

You know, there is more to the SDK than a silly autodoc viewer tool. Just sayin'

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Re: AmiWest News
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@ChrisH
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Is OS4 officially supporting WinUAE... or was that an unofficial thing?

AmigaOS 4.x does not officially support WinUAE in any way whatsoever. The demonstration at AmiWest was done by an Amiga fan (Epsilon).

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Re: New filesysbox filesystem port being worked on
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@salass00
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AFAIK not possible because the source code for it is not available.

Correct. I have tried a couple of times but no luck yet...

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Re: OS3.9 filesystems question
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@MickJT
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Isn't SFS supposed to be open source?

Short answer: no.

Longer answer: The original author/owner of SFS created private independent agreements with individuals. The name may be the same but that does not mean the code ownership is the same.

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Re: Hyperion server trouble
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All fixed now.

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Hyperion server trouble
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Hyperion is having a bit of trouble with the primary server which is being worked on.

Most services are affected like the support forum, software updates, AmigaOS web site, developer blog, etc.

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Re: Lack of progress
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@Fairdinkem
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... I sincerely hope that Timberwolf has not been shelved because of Oddysey.

No, Timberwolf has not been shelved. There just isn't such an urgent need to work on it now that most people are using Odyssey. There is a more urgent need to get the X5000 shipped right now.

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Re: SSolie quote - "Warp3D is going away"
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@zzd10h
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Why make secrets about advancments of actives projects?

Because those that invest their money in these projects deserve respect.

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Why, A-Eon or Hyperion, not officially admit when a project is dead ? (netbook or Warp3D on Radeon HD)

I officially announced the netbook project was cancelled when Hyperion released that information.

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Therefore, why not release, for example, this pa6t_eth.device driver for every 3000€ x1000 customer since 1 year of beta-testing ?

Again, those that invest their money in the projects get to choose when/if things are released. Not you. Not me.

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Re: SSolie quote - "Warp3D is going away"
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@ddni
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Although it is the usual not our project so ask them... very irritating.

Well, I get paid exactly nothing for doing all this AmigaOS coordination stuff and I have enough trouble keeping track of all the AmigaOS projects that are going on simultaneously. I really don't have time to monitor all the 3rd party projects as well. Irritating indeed.

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Re: SSolie quote - "Warp3D is going away"
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@ddni
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How do the rest of you see things?

It means Warp3D is going away. It does not mean anything else.

The RadeonHD Warp3D driver is a project 100% owned and operated by A-EON. I do not speak for A-EON. If you want to know what is going on with that driver then talk to A-EON.

Just because the AmigaOS development team declares something obsolete or deprecated doesn't mean 3rd party developers can't continue to use it anyway.

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Re: Mplayer Altivec test version for G4 and PA6T-1682M
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@K-L
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The best would be only ONE Mplayer with...

Trust me, it is best when you don't push your luck with software developers. They REALLY don't like it when you state the blatantly obvious like that. Let them do their thing.

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Re: [SOLVED] [ARexx] Is LASTPOS() broken?
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@Chris
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My AmigaGuide looks suspiciously similar to that, however as eliyahu notes, the wiki is correct.

Some day I hope people will use the official documentation wiki as the first source of accurate information.

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Re: Fastest way to render a constructed bitmap via compositing?
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@samo79
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I tried to bump our old MiniGL thread but my comment were moderated, did you have any news from Karlos ?

http://forum.hyperion-entertainment.biz//viewtopic.php?f=9&t=1745

I know this is going to sound like a completely insane idea but you might try PM'ing or emailing Karlos directly instead of posting a message to some web forum and hoping he might read it some day.

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Thanks!
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I just wanted to say thank you to everybody that contributed to the OpenAmiga projects so far.

I now have a large queue of incoming code to go through and figure out how to integrate it into the main OS. What a great problem to have.

Filer was the first project we received code for and it has mostly been sitting idle. I did fix it up and made sure it compiles with the latest beta includes. Then broadblues fixed a few bugs and I still need to merge his changes back into the trunk and do a beta testing release. We still aren't sure exactly how to integrate it into the rest of the OS in a way that makes sense.

Due to a big pile of the other commitments I haven't been able to go much further yet. It doesn't help when partners like A-EON dump a new hardware platform to support on you. Again, what a great problem to have.

In any case, thanks and keep up the great work!

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Re: OS4Depot.net down?
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@orgin
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Look there, the world is not ending, os4depot is back up.

You mean we shouldn't crack each others' heads open and feast on the goo inside?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p4m-lNi61Rk

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Re: E-UAE (Amigfx) - do we need a bounty?
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@ChrisH
A very cool idea!

Classic AmigaOS ROMs and the Workbench disks are no problem at all now that they are included with every copy of AmigaOS. We just need some people to help work on UAE and help improve it so that the classic experience is nicer.

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Re: Recent updates
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@djrikki
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...perhaps it may be worth talking with the Solie about a sub-domain.

"the Solie"? I'm pretty sure there are others with my last name around.

Creating sub-domains is not a problem. Finding people to actively maintain all the web sites is a much bigger problem.

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Re: Currently open projects
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@orgin
You are correct regarding MUI. It is a 3rd party GUI system not under our control and thus should not be used for potential OS components.

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Re: echo and shell
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Re: Would Unicode (UTF-8 or UTF-16) improve the situation? Can someone explain in layman terms if and w
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@Belxjander
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I have also sent S.Solie a Japanese keyboard (paid for from my own pocket) which has allowed some step towards a more capable OS for actually making all this work.

Note we have another Japanese fan on the beta testing team (hi Valiant) who is also helping with this work.

Rendering the actual Unicode strings via some Text() function is rather trivial. As you already alluded to, the real problem is integrating Unicode with the rest of the system in a way that is still backwards compatible and doesn't require too much effort either.

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