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Modula-2 Compiler updated
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I've uploaded a new release of the PPC native code Modula-2 compiler to OS4Depot: at AgletM2PPC

Not yet greatly extended from the last release, but more stable and with updates for the latest public AOS SDK, plus a first try at using Annotate's ARexx interface to integrate with the M2IDE.
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release Apr 5, 2011
- Fixes some compiler code generation errors.
- Supports Annotate as an associated editor in M2IDE.
- Updates some Amiga library interfaces to SDK 53.20.
- Fixes bugs in REAL I/O in ISO support library.
- Extends Aglet support modules:
> AmigaTimer adds "waituntil" and "entropy" features.
> PipeIO is more efficient and adds a timeout feature.
> OsRun is a little more filled out.
> SimpleGraphics can be used for a type of double buffered
animation.
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You can check out the accompanying documentation at Aglet Modula-2 Documentation (PDF)

It's pretty "Amigaized", and IMHO more fun to develop with than GNU c.
I'll follow up with a developer "fun-thing" shortly.

Tom


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Re: Modula-2 Compiler updated
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Looks interesting, perhaps l'll try it out soon...

AmigaOS 4.1 FE Update 2 on Sam440ep-flex, 800Mhz, 1GB RAM, Radeon 9250 Resized Image
A1200/040, 2+4MB, external 3.5''HDD / A1200 (spare) / A500+ (sold) / C128 (sold)
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