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E-UAE build instructions?
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Hi friends, I'd like to try building the latest E-UAE sources on github - https://github.com/salass00/e-uae

However, I've never compiled anything for OS4.1 before.

Can someone help me understand how to compile this? I have a couple of options - I could compile /on/ my X5000, or I could cross-compile from a variety of different hw/sw configurations (i.e., PC Windows, PC linux, MacOS on Apple Silicon). Ideally I can use my MacOS on Apple Silicon for the build performance benefit but I am open to any of these.

Thanks!

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Latest source are there: https://github.com/khval/e-uae-1-0-0

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@cloverskull

If you have Linux x86_64 preferably all in one place. For example.

https://hub.docker.com/r/walkero/amigagccondocker

If you have native AmigaOS4 - install SDK. There you have all the libraries you need for compilation.

https://www.hyperion-entertainment.com ... oads?view=files&parent=30

E-UAE for sure get on because I once tried.
On macOS ARM I do not know.
I wish you to "break your legs".

edit:

If I don't know anything about SDK I recommend ->




the whole series ...all episodes

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Thanks! This is helpful. I'll give compiling on my X5000 a shot.

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