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Re: Java on Amiga
Not too shy to talk
Joined:
2008/12/20 17:26
Posts: 259
I asked my friend...

Initially he seems too shy / unsure to commit. But he is very, very interested. I talk to him more later.

Is there a "AOS4 developer edition" -kind of CD that could be used to install a sam to a full developer environment with a few clicks?

For example I do not currently have time to set up my system properly, but if such superb easy kit was available, I could re-install my system and get coding & loan my system to the interested party, before one commits more.

(I might be interested in "buffering" one developer sam (+every other flavour) by myself by my own ???, to help to kick start new developers. Ofcourse AOS4 crosscompiler and emulated test environment for icAROS could make things simpler and cheaper????)


UPDATE: it is possible that I have more time around the end of the year & then we look at it together, I'm leaving my current job and sorting some time consuming other stuff....


Edited by KimmoK on 2010/7/12 11:20:51
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Re: Java on Amiga
Not too shy to talk
Joined:
2006/12/2 1:41
From VA, USA
Posts: 292
@KimmoK

Hyperion has an archive on their site containing the full
SDK for general OS4 development:

http://www.hyperion-entertainment.biz ... d=36:amigaos-4x&Itemid=18

Downloading doesn't seem to work well in IBrowse, so you should
use OWB or Timberworlf (I guess).

Then just dearchive it to RAM: and double-click on the
Install icon. Easy!

Once the SDK is installed, you just need an editor and you
can run gcc from the CLI.

If you want a more user-friendly environment, you can also
download the "SE" version of CodeBench, an OS4 native IDE:

http://codebench.co.uk/

It's got a few rough edges, but provides a syntax highlighting
editor and automated build system.

Good luck,

PJS

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Re: Java on Amiga
Just popping in
Joined:
2007/7/30 22:55
From Sweden
Posts: 188
@KimmoK

Quote:

KimmoK wrote:
Initially he seems too shy / unsure to commit. But he is very, very interested. I talk to him more later.


He can just check out the code and give it a go. If he has questions, they can just be asked on the mailing-list, and hopefully an answer can be found.

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