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Re: Heretic 2 OS4 and WarpOS Version differences
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@TheMagicSN
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- AGA Mode (not sure if this was in the release version of H2 WarpOS, I think it was but not sure right now) with HAM8. OS4 H2 requires Graphics Board.

The HOL entry says AGA or graphics card so it was probably in the release version as well. Out of curiosity how did the conversion work?

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Re: Introducing the Rear Window blog
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@trixieQuote:
trixie wrote:@all

The new blog post is a bit more personal this time and less about development, but I hope you'll enjoy it.

Your friend is a remarkably unsentimental person. This reminds me of something a history teacher once told us: the past is not behind us, we are standing on it.

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Re: About off topic news on Amigans
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AWN currently serves its purpose as a containment area for people who will bicker with each other endlessly derailing every thread. This recently started spilling over to EAB too, but fortunately it's not that bad yet due to the size of the forum. I'd imagine if the usual suspects at AWN got banned they'd migrate to a different forum, and continue bickering there.

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Re: Guide for New A1222 Users
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FirstNinja wrote:@eliyahu

Oh? Since Discord is closed off / propriety software that the owners seemingly refuse to port to AmigaOS, it's certainly is an odd platform for A-EON to make announcements on. Would you please mind quoting their post in this thread, so that everyone can read what they have to say?

This gave me a chuckle I'll go back to the shadows now to observe.

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Re: Word processing
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@terminills
That copyright date tho.

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Re: MorphOS 3.18 is out
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@Hans
That's hands down the funniest way of describing the concept of a "hobby". I'm stealing it!

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Re: EasyRPG Player
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I can't remember well, but yeah, I probably just linked to the static library built for pixman-1.library.

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Re: EasyRPG Player
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I no longer have a dev environment set up for NG, but I'm happy help out anyone who'd like to build it.

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Re: Porting Death Rally - help needed
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@SinanSam460
Credit where credit is due, it was urxp who gave you the tip on this.

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Re: AmigaOS port of libsmb2
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Probably not, since smbfs is a command line program, while smb2-handler is a file system handler that uses Mount command and a mountlist file.

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Re: AmigaOS port of libsmb2
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Sure, but his issue was that smb2fs can't resolve host names, when the actual problem is probably that the host name he tried is not reachable from that machine at all.

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Re: AmigaOS port of libsmb2
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It's always a good idea to ping the host name first to make sure it's reachable from that machine.

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Re: AmigaOS port of libsmb2
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I just tried the latest commits, and deleting with DOpus4 now works perfectly. Thanks!

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Re: AmigaOS port of libsmb2
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Sorry, I should have been more specific. I was using DOpus4, which can delete the contents first, but for some reason it doesn't. When I try to delete a non-empty directory it disappears until I refresh, as if the operation succeeded. I'll check the sources, it probably relies on the ERROR_DIRECTORY_NOT_EMPTY error code.

edit: You were right on the money, it apparently does:
https://github.com/aros-development-te ... pus/Program/main22.c#L609
https://github.com/aros-development-te ... opus/Program/main5.c#L301

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Re: AmigaOS port of libsmb2
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I did some testing, and I might have found an issue. I can't delete folders if they are not empty. The operation appears to succeed and the drawer disappears on the Amiga side, but if I refresh I can see that it's still there. Removing empty folders works.

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Re: WebKit based browser initiative
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I came to commend walkero and the others on the progress they made. There's nothing to argue about since you have already changed the subject.

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Re: WebKit based browser initiative
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There is not even a browser running, but you'd already focus on creating a big endian PPC JIT for JavaScriptCore? Yikes.

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Re: WebKit based browser initiative
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@LiveForIt
There's no JIT support in the JavaScriptCore version used by Wayfarer. Also if you think that the latest WebKit is trivial to "compile", then you didn't pay attention to this thread or any of the other discussion about it :P
Anyway props to walkero for actually doing something, instead of endlessly talking about why it can't be done, why something else should be done instead, etc. You know the things people tend to do when the topic of browsers comes up.

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Re: AmigaOS port of libsmb2
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Thanks again, I'll give it a try next weekend!

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Re: AmigaOS port of libsmb2
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Thanks for sharing the sources early! I might have a stab at an OS3 port, but I was wondering, is filesysbox.library still open source? The AROS port is, but it's older than the one distributed with Enhancer Software:
https://github.com/salass00/filesysbox

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