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Gnash 0.8.7 released
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Off course not yet for OS4 but new mainstream version is availible, here the changes:

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* Automatic and spontaneous screenshots support in all GUIs
* Significant memory savings in parsing large XML trees and in
some function calls
* Enhancements in video streaming
* Non blocking load of bitmaps, movies, data
* Refactoring to eliminate most static data and get closer to
re-entrant VM
* Cygnal now supports multiple network connections, handling
multiple video streams
* Cygnal now supports plugins for server side scripting in
C/C++
* Improved packaging support for deb and rpm


http://www.gnashdev.org/?q=node/73

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Hope that "* Enhancements in video streaming" mean youtube fix :)

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I wonder if this will have any impact on the os4 version??? Hope they got better speed too.

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At request Andrea say:

no ... :-/

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@samo79

as i told you. i have already a 0.8.7 version but it is slow like previous one. btw. i'll release it when i find some time.. i need a little bit of time for another thing..

i'm really tired...
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@afxgroup

Take you time Andrea, this was only an announcement about Gnash progress in general.

.. So the world may know (TM)

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@afxgroup

Nice work. Keep it up,
It will be fast enough when we get the X1000,and you make it dual core support.

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good stuff, keep it up !
is there a prior version available for OS4 ?

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Anything new on this bounty?
I do hope afxgroup releases the plugin for owb and collects the money. It may not be usefull on the sam,but maybe on the X1000?

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Awww, I tried http://www.amigasoft.net/pages/gnash/gnash.asp

Page cannot be found.

I haven't actually used gnash, but it sounds sweet. Flash for all! Hurrah!

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works fine here

Sam440ep 667mhz 512megs OS4.1 + Minimig, 4MB RAM, ARM add-on board
WinUae 2.3.2, OS 3.9, BB2, Catweasel MkIV
Amiga 1200, BlizzardPPC 060/200 with SCSI, mediatorSX, Voodoo3, pci lan
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@afxgroup

Any chance of releasing glib and gettext libraries on OS4Depot?

Glib is a dependency of gnash and gettext is needed for glib so I assume you should have both of these compiled already.

At the moment there are several projects that I can't compile for OS4 as I don't have these libs. I've tried compiling them myself but so far I've only managed to compile gettext (no idea if it's working or not). Probably there are other developers who would find them useful as well.

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@Dwyloc

Hooray! It works! I can read!

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those are dependencies only on linux not on os4.
BTW i have a glib2 version that shoud work.. indeed it is used in iODBC. gettext has never worked correctly and so you will never read po files correctly.. and however it is an old lib that i don't know where is born

tell me where i can send them.

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My email address is "fredrik at a500 dot org". If the files are very large then you can upload them to RapidShare f.e. and simply email me the download links.

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Hi Andrea,

apart from it being slow and apart from the fact that this is not your fault, would it be possible to release 0.8.7 as an intermediate beta release?

We could play some more with an updated and more bug resitant release

Thanks for the great work so far

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Entire ecosystems are collapsing.
We are in the beginning of a mass extinction.
And all you can talk about is money and fairytales of eternal economic growth.
How dare you!
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How about uploading them on OS4Depot

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@everyone

Slow, slow, slow thats all I hear about Gnash. And its not even Gnash's fault its flash's fault.

I have an iBook G4 thats starting to gather dust which I have had for 5 years now - the entire time Flash performed like the UK in the Eurovision.

Flash is plain slow there is no getting away from it will never make a difference how good Gnash performs.

The future is not Flash, the future is open-source - the Steve Jobs dream. One which many people the world over subscribe to.

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Who knows what the future brings,but in the meantime it would be nice with a flash capable player at decent speed.

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