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Re: AmiSystemRestore - beta testers wanted!
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Fantastic tool to return oour system in heavy crash case, where I can donwload it? and the make the spanish translation.

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Re: AmiSystemRestore - beta testers wanted!
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@ChrisH

Just a question, is there any particular reason to prefer MUI in place of Reaction for such type of app ?

I think that using Reaction your application may integrate better with the system especially if (in any future) Hyperion decides to include it into AmigaOS4

Aniway great job !

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wow that's a great idea Chris ! Hope to have your program running in the background all the time on my future X1000

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Re: AmiSystemRestore - beta testers wanted!
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Hi Chris, i have not beta tested anything to date but this program is of interest to me because i have experienced several problems everytime ScummVM gets updated. Also it may help you since my machine is a 1.3 Ghz A1XE. i currently have update3 OS4.1 installed.
let me know what i need to do to help

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Great idea, if you like it I can test it.
Send me a P.M.

Thanks for your job.

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Re: AmiSystemRestore - beta testers wanted!
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@samo79 Quote:
Just a question, is there any particular reason to prefer MUI in place of Reaction for such type of app ?

I think that using Reaction your application may integrate better with the system especially if (in any future) Hyperion decides to include it into AmigaOS4

MUI is used because that is what is currently used by my portable GUI system (which is part of PortablE r6) to generate the GUI from it's abstract description. When I get around to writing a Reaction back-end for my portable GUI system, AmiSystemRestore will automagically use Reaction instead of MUI

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Thanks to the few who have PMed offering to help beta-test. I will be getting back to you sometime this coming week.

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@ChrisH

Ah ok thanks for explain, i'm looking forward to use it when it's done and stable enough, for now i prefer to mantain my system "clean" because i'm testing few things currently

Your project is really a must have here

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Seems to be running pretty stable here.
It is stopping one of my programs from running however.
No error message, just nothing happens.

What should happen is my background image should change every two minutes.

This is the program that I am using, STRBackdrop.
http://aminet.net/util/wb/strbackdrop.lha

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Please EMAIL ME PRIVATELY with any bug reports. Thanks.

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What language and gui toolkit did you use for this?

Vacca foeda. Sum, ergo edo

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Re: AmiSystemRestore - beta testers wanted!
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@orgin
I used my own programming language (PortablE), which is heavily based upon AmigaE. It currently generates C++ code, and then compiles this with GCC (at some point I hope to generate plain C instead of C++).

The GUI "toolkit" is also my own (and is not based upon anything), and comes with PortablE r6 (it is the 'std/cGui' module). As mentioned above, this currently generates a MUI gui, but for AmigaOS4 I *plan* to eventually have it generate a Reaction gui.

Why?


Edited by ChrisH on 2011/9/12 16:16:31
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Hello,
I'm ready for betatesting AmiSystemRestore on my AmigaONE XE and AmigaOS4.1u3!







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Re: AmiSystemRestore - beta testers (*no-longer*) wanted!
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Just in case anyone wondered, AmiSystemRestore isn't dead! Quite a few bugs have so-far been fixed, thanks to beta-testing, so one of these days it might make sense to release it to the public for testing (just not quite yet).

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Re: AmiSystemRestore - beta testers *no-longer* wanted!
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Just found this thread, very much a wanted application.

In future this tool might be able to co-operate with viruskillers to detect worms in AOS files?

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