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Re: developers, what are you working on?
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@yoodoo2

Reading your post has made me feel better about how long it may take my colleague and I to get something nice onto the plate.

@Wanderer,

Das ist ja alles schoen.

Dude. I used and am using tuited for my basic webpage at the moment. thank you for your help, in helping me in a way, via yur program.

Also, man, hardly wait to see the RPG out on OS4.x machines.

@Thread,

Some nice gear coming soon it seems.

Courtesy of SAM440EP and Amiga OS4.1 only
(Think I Love 4.1)
SAM Flex 800 & A500 with RAM Module
CD32 with SX1 Expansion & 98 titles (LOVE IT)
A1000 with 1.5MB RAM
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@spotUP

Hey spotUP, what are you currently developing?
Are the rumours about a *REAL* application true?


Martin "Mason" Merz
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I've seen things you people wouldn't believe . . .
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@spotUP

Just today I have released a demo version of Digital Universe v1.6. Should be on the Amigans and AWN News pages soon

The full version update is to follow shortly.


Bill.

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@Mason

haha where did you hear those? =)
i have made a simple game as a bash script, that i still am a bit proud over as it's quite advance with random numbers etc etc... and it found a flaw in abc-shell even, so it was of some use. i made it as an assignment in school, and it has helped me a lot to understand the logic of programming.
so learning c/c++ is some steps closer.

i wouldn't call it a real app though, but semi-advanced use of abc-shell/bash.

henning is using my little dice game to improve abc-shell now. hopefully he will get it to work, and i could release my little game and you can all laugh at me! ;)

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@BillE

that app of yours screams of quality. mucho respecto.

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@spotUP

Well, I'm very slowly working on two related projects. First is an MP3 player based on an A1200, with IR remote, small LCD display and no need for a screen to be attached. The library software for that has grown, and slowly I'm making it into a full-blown application for managing all your music files on your computer - sort of like iTunes, seeing as I really like the way iTunes works and wanted something like that.

Like I said, it's slow going though. There's a version almost complete for the MP3 player (which uses a hardware MP3 decoder), which works but isn't at all pretty.

My project clicky

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@spotUP

I'm working on an Allegro based screen blanker that I hope to have released before I head to Australia for a holiday on the 4th of April.

I also have Allegro version 1.1 ready for release for you, but I haven't seen you around online for a couple of weeks!

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@Wanderer

Thats alot of apps for 2009. I hope the best with them and i hope you can get out HD-REC 1.0

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madmonkey : Looks promising ! Great to see another IDE being developped.

RWO : What about isochronous support ?

Wanderer : Amazing ! I enjoy projects like HD-Rec, The Voyage of Wanderer, ScreenCam and voxel stuff.

Daedalus : Your project on a hardware mp3 decoder is really nice !

Hohoo, many interesting things in this thread.

From my side, here are my projects :
- PointRider : Improve it for a better display of PowerPoint files
- MeltingPoint : Fix it, it will allow converting PPS files into Hollywood projects
- DosBox : I would like to fix it (path problem in some situations) and speed it up
- Sonix : Add FTP support and release the source code
- SongPlayer : After a long time, I would like to work on it again

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A lot of great software in 2009

Long life to Amiga ...

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@corto

Yes I want to support isochounous too but as there are no driver that use it, i'm forced to focus on the other three first.

I localized the problem in my ehci driver now I just need to figure out how to fix it :)

RWO

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@Wanderer

That's a pretty big list. Where will you find the time to work on all those?

Hans

http://hdrlab.org.nz/ - Amiga OS 4 projects, programming articles and more.
https://keasigmadelta.com/ - more of my work
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@corto

Thanks very much... As I said on the website, it's actually my main music player on my A1 now - though it uses AmigaAmp as a sort of "virtual hardware decoder." I like being able to have all my music organised automatically into folders according to their ID3 tags, and to be able to start the player and continue playing the playlist I was last using with the song I last played.

The stand-alone version I actually can't wait to get started on, but I don't get much time to spend on it unfortunately

It would be good to see SongPlayer get some more development, the older, assembler-heavy one was always my player of choice on my A1200... Even though it used mpega.library like many other applications, it use much less CPU time than any other player, I guess down to handling of buffers or something.

@Thread
It's really very encouraging to see so many people developing applications for the platform. Good work!!

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@spotUP I'm working on an Allegro based screen blanker that I hope to have released before I head to Australia for a holiday on the 4th of April. I also have Allegro version 1.1 ready for release for you, but I haven't seen you around online for a couple of weeks!


yea... i have had all sorts of things to worry about lately, but i am here waiting for you now. or, you could have sent a mail?
my inet has been gone for some days too, been ill etc..

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@corto

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- Sonix : Add FTP support and release the source code - SongPlayer : After a long time, I would like to work on it again


the only amiga related sonix i know is an ancient music app, what does your sonix do?

i couldn't find any songplayer on os4depot?
do you mean this one?
http://aminet.net/package/mus/play/SongPlayer

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that app of yours screams of quality. mucho respecto.


Cheers mate



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My case :
I have only 1 project and a big one.
A basic language for Amiga OS 4.x that can use OpenGL, AHI, and maybe some support for a free Physic engine.

It will probably not be finished at the end of 2009 ...
Who know ?

All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given to us.
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@spotUP

Hi Spotty and everyone,

I've been working on Mattathias BASIC's Amos compatibility front-end. We'll be ready to add the code-generation stage to it as soon as we figure out how the C bindings of LLVM work.

For more information about Mattathias, see our Yahoo Groups page and, to look at the source code, look in the Modules directory of the CVS repository on SourceForge. Of particular note is the parser frontend for the Amos parser.

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@spotUP

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i couldn't find any songplayer


If noone has given you the url to this program (I use it incidently) I'll reply later today after home from work-bookmarks on Amiga

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@Samurai_Crow

amos compatibility... how compatible will it actually get?
can i download random amos project from aminet and recompile it for os4?
or did amos also use a lot of hw banging libs and stuff that'd need to get fixed as well?

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