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03.Dez.2005 (Webseite)

Cross-Compiling für MorphOS unter Linux/x86
Nach AmigaOS 3 und 4 sowie AROS hat Jocke 'Zerohero' Birging mit Hilfe von bigfoot und CISC nun auch eine Seite zum Cross-Compiling unter Linux/x86 für MorphOS eingerichtet.

Bisher wird lediglich C, nicht aber C++ unterstützt. Enthalten sind auch Includes und Libraries des MorphOS-SDK; es wird jedoch empfohlen, sich bei der MorphOS Developer Connection zu registrieren, um dort das vollständige SDK herunterzuladen und ggf. die dortigen Entwicklerforen zu konsultieren. (snx)

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AmigaOS 4: Diagramm- und Zeichenprogramm MindSpace 0.3
MindSpace ist ein Zeichenprogramm, mit dem sich auch UML-Diagramme (Unified Modeling Language), etwa für Ablaufschemata, erstellen lassen (Screenshot). Für die Zukunft ist zudem die Ausgabe von Quelltext-Vorlagen für C/C++-Strukturen, -Funktionen und -Klassen geplant.

Download: MindSpaceV03.lha (370 KB) (cg)

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MorphOS: Portierung von Diavolo Backup 2000 Pro
Ilkka Lehtoranta hat von Martin Korndörfers Datensicherungsprogramm Diavolo Backup 2000 Pro eine native MorphOS-Version erstellt. Das ehemals kommerzielle Programm ist kostenlos verfügbar, jedoch können Spenden unter dem Titellink vorgenommen werden. (snx)

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MorphOS: Fun-Shooter Thurst (Beta)
In einem Thread auf stellt "Jupp3" eine erste frühe Betaversion seines Fun-Shooters Thurst vor (Screenshot). Das Spiel soll ein möglichst originalgetreuer Klon des Freeware-Klassikers "Bratwurst" werden.

Download: thurst.lha (242 KB) (cg)

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WHDLoad: Neue Pakete bis 02.12.2005
Mit WHDLoad können Sie Spiele und Szene-Demos, die nur für den Diskettenbetrieb gedacht waren, auf Ihrer Festplatte installieren. Außerdem werden zahlreiche Inkompatibilitäten mit neueren Amiga-Modellen beseitigt.

Folgende Installer sind seit unserem letzten Update neu hinzugekommen bzw. verbessert oder aktualisiert worden:

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Brad Webb (E-Mail)

Newsletter: Amiga Update #051130
In seinem englischsprachigen Newsletter fasst Brad Webb einmal monatlich alle wichtigen Neuigkeiten zum Amiga zusammen, jetzt wurde die November-Ausgabe veröffentlicht:

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               A M I G A      | 051130 |      U P D A T E
        AMIGA and the Amiga logo are trademarks of Amiga, Inc.      

            A M I G A   G A M E S   T H A T   W E R E N ' T

          T H R E E   C O U N T I E S   G R O U P   I N   U K

     C O M P A N I E S   S T O P   S E L L I N G   H A R D W A R E

               D I G I T A L   U N I V E R S E   N E W S

 A L I N E A   C O M P U T E R   L A U N C H E D   I N   G E R M A N Y

                 A M I K I T   F O R   P C   U S E R S

               U P D A T E S   F R O M   J A H C S O F T

         C R O S S F I R E   I I   P A T C H   A N D   D E M O 

            W A R P V I E W   A T   O S 4 D E P O T . N E T

      N E W   W E T   -   F O R   W E A T H E R   C H E C K E R S

Editor's Thoughts and Introduction:
 Unusual things this month. A new website dedicated to games that 
weren't, the launch of a new Amiga software company (when's the last 
time that happened?) and companies in Germany stopping the selling of 
product due to new laws. Strange things, all those.
 I'd like to say a few words about the last item, the laws that are 
stopping the shipping of some hardware. This is related to the tough, 
new European rules regarding toxic waste. Many people don't know it, 
but the huge increase in electronic devices, especially computers, has 
led to a very serious pollution problem. That is because many 
electronic components contain toxic materials, especially lead, which 
is a very serious health risk if allowed to get into the environment. 
The disposal of these systems is poisoning people when not done 
correctly. This has become a huge problem in many countries around the 
world. Lead poisoning is especially hard on the young, who may suffer 
for their entire lives. Tough new European legislation to track and 
manage electronic devices from manufacturing to disposal is intended 
to tackle this issue. Because the economy is global, this initiative 
is forcing better products world wide.
 In our opinion, this is an excellent thing to do and should probably 
have been done long ago. Computing is fun but poisoning the 
environment and the creatures - including us - who live in it should 
not be part of the cost. "Kudos" to EU for having the courage to do 
something about this before the problem becomes even worse.
 We also strongly hope this is a temporary absence from the hardware 
scene. We trust everyone will understand or at least tolerate the 
situation (not that we could do much about it anyway) and we certainly 
look for the return of these products to the market as soon as the 
companies can comply with the new laws.
 We hope you enjoy this issue.
 Brad Webb,
 Brad Webb,

          A M I G A   G A M E S   T H A T   W E R E N ' T

30 October, 2005

aGTW is launched (with a simple site). There is only one game so far 
but it's a complete and previously unreleased Amiga game that was due 
to be a commercial title!

Case 1 - Son Shu Shi

Legend tells of a breed of Amiga games that never crawled out of the
primordial development swamp of their early existence. Games that 
never stood blinking in the sunlight of the gaming world. Games that 
were never devoured by predators of the Amiga jungle. They are the... 
Amiga Games That Weren't.

Some 5,000 Amiga games were released commercially. However, there are 
a significant number that were never released. The aim of this site is 
to find out what happened to them and (if possible) allow them to be
released. Expect many to be lost forever. It'll be an interesting
journey nonetheless.

Amiga Games That Weren't is a companion site to Frank Gasking's 
Games That Weren't 64 and Timo Weirich's PC Games That Weren't 
sites. The data on unreleased games is primarily based on information 
from the Hall Of Light.
Games That Weren't 64
PC Games That Weren't
The Software Preservation Society

The Hall Of Light

        T H R E E   C O U N T I E S   G R O U P   I N   U K

29 November, 2005

Three Counties Amiga Group

Our first Meeting is This Coming Sunday, 4th of December 2005:

Meeting Time: 11:30am till 3:00pm

Location:Wolloston Road, Westwood, Peterborough
Round the corner from where Big Bash Shows are held

Everyone welcome!

Please visit our website for further information:

Fee: £3.00 Per meeting

Conveniences: WC, Tea Coffee etc, Nearby: Grocers, Cash Till, Chinese, 
Chip Shop, etc one minutes walk from Venue. 

   C O M P A N I E S   S T O P   S E L L I N G   H A R D W A R E 

24 November, 2005 

 Germany's E3B and individual Computers, which became famous for 
innovative and powerful hardware expansions for classic Amiga 
computers, are forced to stop selling hardware until further notice 
due to changes in German law. No hardware is being shipped within the 
EU, not to resellers, nor to direct customers.

According to the national implementation of EU-directive 2002/96/EG
03720030213en00240038.pdf into German law *(Bundesgesetzblatt 2005 
Teil I Nr. 17)*
e594/050316elektrog_ger.pdf, every vendor in Germany must be 
registered with the Stiftung EAR For 
vendors from outside Germany, the importer must be registered, in case 
the vendor is not registered in Germany. This law applies to all 
electronic products that are mentioned in rule EAR 03-011, no
matter what country they come from - within or outside the European 

The new law aims at vendors and importers, who need to take
resposibility for the electronic devices if they are discarded at the
end of the product's life. Putting electronic devices into circulation
without being registered (indicated by a trashcan symbol) is against
German law as of today. Violators can be penalized with a monetary 
fine of up to 50.000 EUR.

Due to the complicated implementation by German authorities, it's not
easy to estimate the consequences and the new obligations created by
this law. In addition to that, the extremely high administration 
effort goes with high fees that must be paid to the Stiftung EAR - 
especially smaller companies' existance is endangered by the fees that 
are more than one hundred times higher than the recycling cost itself.
individual computers and E3B, who have been developing and producing in
Germany for many years, are now evaluating possibilities to comply 
with the strict rules in a close cooperation, so customers all over 
Europe can continue to buy top quality products from Germany. Both 
companies want to act responsible and sustainable in this regard.

Many issues are not yet resolved, therefore both companies cannot
continue to deliver hardware to customers and resellers within the
European union. Customers outside the EU are not affected by this 

We're hoping to proceed with the necessary steps in a timely manner.
Unfortunately, the "Stiftung EAR" cannot cope with the bureaucracy
created by their own rules, so our registration number is not yet
assigned. We are of course interested in continuing to offer 
innovative products, and will do everything to keep the shortage as 
short as possible. We're asking for your indulgence for any 

             D I G I T A L   U N I V E R S E   N E W S

 The following post about Digital Universe was found this month on the 
excellent site. Brad
28 November, 2005

*Some more positive news for AmgaOS4.

I did ask from the Digital Universe maintainers about the "promised"
version for PPC amigas, and I got a quick reply. I will not copy the
whole questions/answers list here, but the most important part. Also I
do remind you, that the plans are not a finnished product yet.*


news for the Amiga is actually brighter. We have made arrangements 
with a third party to continue to update the Amiga to bring it on a 
par (or better than) the current Mac release of the software. In 
addition to bringing it up to date with the current release of the 
Amiga OS, new capabilities (like the Hubble Guide Star catalogue) are 
expected to be available in the future.

I did ask the permission to share this information, if I let you also
know that: Quote:

I have no idea of an ETA at this time, but the Amiga release is 
actually the only version currently in active development at the 

And finally: Quote:

we have no estimate as to when it might be available.

Esa Haapaniemi
University of Oulu

 A L I N E A   C O M P U T E R   L A U N C H E D   I N   G E R M A N Y 

*Wehrheim, Germany, the 14th of november 2005.
Alinea Computer is proud of presenting itself as a new company for
Amiga-Software. We are an enterprise which concentrates it's work 
mainly on the development and the distribution of AmigaOS4-
applications and -games. Besides, we offer support services like 
CD-production, webdesign and dataprint.

The following Amiga-Software is now available: *

ANotice 2 - a memo programme

ANotice 2 is a memo programme for your workbench. It will help you to
manage your notes, dates, to-do-lists or other important information.
You can easily and fast change the notice and export it into different

ANotice 2 can manage up to 13 notes and each note can be designed
individually with 13 different background and text- colors, 7 
textures, different fonts and 4 text attributes.

Besides the large reaction-prefs which can controll all functions,
ANotice 2 includes a network-function with client-server-programme, so
that distributing a to-do-list in an enterprise can easily be done.
ANotice 2 was programmed as a commodity and runs totaly system 
friendly. It operates on each Amiga with at least AmigaOS 4.0. You do 
not need any other libraries or additional programmes.

ANotice 2 is delivered by E-Mail and costs 5,95 Euro only.

AmiPhoto - a quick and comfortable photo-manager

AmiPhoto is a photo album for your digital photos and pictures. It's
easy handling and attractive GUI will convince you. You can manage up 
to half a million pictures in 500 albums at the most. You can show the
photos on the surface or by multiview. Because of a direct support of
the Amiga OS4.0 datatype-system, it is possible to use all
picture-formats which exist as datatype. AmiPhoto can further select 
and show the EXIF-dates of your digital photos.

For adapting perfectly on your workbench-skin, AmiPhotos uses it's own
Bitmap-skin-system. The 17 skins you find on your CD will help you to
style your AmiPhoto surface. You can certainly create your own skins. 
We would be proud to present your skin on our website.

AmiPhoto is programmed totaly system friendly. It supports the
application library and does not need any additional libraries.

AmiPhoto is delivered an CD and costs just 19,95 Euro.


The main ambition of Alinea Computer is to support the Amiga market.
That's the reason why we will continue releasing programmes free of
charge, so that the existing lack of Amiga-Software can be repaired. 
We hope you can use our software and we would be happy to hear some
feedback concerning our products.

On our website: you'll find more

You can buy all our products in our Alinea-Shop. As a dealer, please
address yourself via E-Mail.

We would be glad to welcome you as a new customer!

               A M I K I T   F O R   P C   U S E R S

26 November, 2005 

*To be brief, AmiKit is all you need if you
want to experience a high-end Classic Amiga system on your PC.
AmiKit turns the default AmigaOS installation into a completely 
renewed and fresh environment.

More than 20.000 files are included and pre-configured for immediate 

AmiKit is available at ***

Exclusive features:

- Directory Opus Magellan II used a Workbench replacement!!!

- Special versions of AmiStart, GlobalTrash, ReqChange, ShowAmiga96 
and FullPalette!

Major features:

- User-friendly interface that helps you to manage all your files in 
an easy way!

- Internet browsing, mailing, chatting and downloading using various
programs like AWeb, IBrowse, YAM, SimpleMail, AmIRC, AmiTradeCenter,

- Reading PDF, M$Word, RTF and other document formats with the help of
APDF, EvenMore, Antiword...

- Manage your time and account with the help of Daywatch and HomeBank.

- Music software, net streaming, MP3 creating and sample editing
software like AmigaAMP, AmiNetRadio, EaglePlayer, SymphoniePlayer, 
LAME, TheMPegEncGUI, SampleEditor...

- Displaying (even in thumbnails) and editing pictures with the help 
of PicShow, Thumb, MysticView, FroggerNG, PerfectPaint... Or enjoy the
fractal world through ZoneXplorer!

- Easy handling of archives. They are opened like every other drawer. 
Or some external programs could be used instead (VooDoo-X, MUIUnArc,

- Massive FTP support through OpusFTP module. It has a full GUI for 
the Address Book and operational parameters.

- Software for burning and copying the CDs (MakeCD), for mounting
virtual CDs (VirtualCD).

- You can make your AmiKit password protected. Just don't forget your

- Pre-configured recognition and processing of many file formats
(through the DOpus filetypes)...

- Various system tools like SysInspector, SnoopDos, Q-Device, 

- Antivirus software effectively checks the system files, memory and
archives for viruses.

- Emulation software like ASp for retro ZX gaming...

- Great taskbar software: AmiStart (for those who do not like the
taskbars on Amiga, simply remove AmiStart from WBStartup. Easy!)

- Most advanced Amiga "recycle bin" software: GlobalTrash.

- Visual enchancers and system enchancers like VisualPrefs, Birdie,
TitleShadow, BoingBall, MagicMenu, MCP...

- Warp3D compatibility thanks to QuarkTex software...

- Yes, some games are included as well

...and much more!

AmiKit is available at

             U P D A T E S   F R O M   J A H C S O F T

28 November, 2005 6:06:30

*My various pieces of OS4 software have been updated in the last week 
or so..

RockBEAT 1.3.1 - Create drumming tracks and export as WAV files!

WookieChat 1.9.1 - Chat on IRC networks! (Internet Relay Chat). 
/Now available for OS3.x again!/

SimplePlay 3.2 - Play OGG, MP3, WAV, MOD, S3M, IT, XM, and MIDI 

Recent changes:

- Made less crashy on exit. My timers and AHI iorequests are cleaned 
up properly now.

- Position LED's light up while playing, and scrolls automatically

- You can now switch between drumkits, and it will remember the last
drumkit you used.

Recent changes:

- When you're holding down the left mouse button highlighting text,
channel messages etc are paused until you let go.

- "Unknown nick" and "Cannot send to channel" messages are displayed 
in their proper tabs again

- Channel lists are no longer sorted alphabetically. It was causing a
huge drain on the CPU when thousands of channels were present. It
sometimes led to a crash.

- No more garbled channel part messages

- "Clear all" button added to the URL Grabber window

- Added code to prevent DCC Transfers window from popping to the front
when you get an incoming file if its already open in the background

- 68k WookieChat development has resumed, and it no longer hangs when
recieving incoming DCC sends. A divide by zero bug in the file 
transfer stats function has been removed! (thank you wegster for 
telling me what was wrong)

- Now works with WebChat and DarkMyst networks (homes of 
and #amigazeux). Wookie was doing its connection detection in a 
slightly bad way previously.

- Clicking in the main chat display now activates the chat string 

- Outgoing swear word filter. use /filter to toggle on and off


Recent changes:
- Shuffle and Repeat playing modes added.

- Bugfix: after a playing a song located using Jump Find, it plays the
next song in the list now.

- Song name and Elapsed time is now displayed

- Fixed a playlist bug. It was adding the termination character to 
text strings about one character too far. So playlists were able to be
corrupted after loading and saving sometimes.

- Jump find has been improved slightly. Converts _ into spaces 
internally when searching for songs. So for example the song

"Christina_Vidal_-_Take_Me_Away.mp3" can be found if you type in the
words "take me away"

- The default icon priority is now higher to help prevent playback
stuttering e.g. when accessing menus and scrolling in aweb.

Grab them from




       C R O S S F I R E   I I   P A T C H   A N D   D E M O 

28 November, 2005 

An AmigaOS 4 demo version and an AmigaOS 4 patch for Crossfire II have 
been released today.

You can find the patch and the demo on the support pages for Crossfire 
II on the APC&TCP homepage.

We want to thank Steffen Haesser and Alinea Computer for the 
conversion of Crossfire II to AmigaOS 4.

          W A R P V I E W   A T   O S 4 D E P O T . N E T 

14 November, 2005

*A new version of WarpView is available on OS4Depot.Net

Changes in this version:

- Fixed cancelling the filerequester which made WarpView exit even 
when using 'Open' from menu.

- Add .gif to requester file pattern and added tooltype + command line
option for setting the file pattern

- 90 degree rotation is now reset when stepping between files

- Fixed a bug with the Infoline timer that was not retriggered when
stepping between files

- Added drag'n'drop support (can now drag files onto WarpView icon in

- Added infoline config tooltypes and commandline options (on/off and

- Added mouse blanking (with on/off and timeout options)

- Added alphabetical file list sorting


  N E W   W E T   -   F O R   W E A T H E R   C H E C K E R S 

*Description: * Weather conditions on Workbench 4, AppIcon, Docky
*Download: *    wet.lha    
*Version: * 4.11
*Date: *    26 Nov 05
*Author: *  Chris Young
*Submitter: *   Chris Young
*Email: *   chris/unsatisfactorysoftware co uk
*Homepage: *
*Requirements: *    OS4 pre-release Update 3
*Category: *    utility/workbench
*Replaces: *    utility/workbench/wet.lha
*License: * Freeware
*Distribute: *  yes
*FileID: *  1349
*Comments: *    23  
*Snapshots: *   3  
*Downloads: *   112 (For current version, not accumulated)

This program retrieves local meterological data from the Internet, and 
saves it in (regulary updating) env-vars to allow you to display it in 
the WB titlebar, as an icon on Workbench, AmiDock or in the GUI.  It 
can show a forecast for up to 24 hours ahead (where available), and is 
fully localisable.

New translations for:
English (built-in)

Old or partial translations for:

Previous few version changes:

4.11 (26.11.2005)

* Added AUTORUNAREXX tooltype, ARexx commands to get the data\'s date 
and time and an example ARexx script which logs the observed 
* A certain connection error was causing a recoverable alert.  Fixed.
* Rewrote most of the forecast-related routines, as still having 
problems with bogus data appearing.  Is now greatly simplified and 
hopefully more reliable.
* The date of the last update could show the incorrect month in 
certain circumstances.  Fixed. 
* When cloud height not available, it was being reported as -11100ft.  
Now shows a slightly more correct 0ft.

4.1 (20.11.2005)

* Added a docky icon. (thanks to Stefan Robl for sending me the SDK)
* Will now work behind a proxy server. (even on a direct link, 
specifying a web cache proxy is recommended)
* Now retrieves data with an If-Modified-Since header, which 
significantly speeds up updates, especially if new data is not 
* Can now set the poll interval in 10 minute increments.
* Warnings now automatically suppressed if another app requests 
\"game mode\".
* A saved project icon sometimes resulted in an incorrect ENVPATH 
tooltype.  Fixed.
* Forecasts generated <1hr from midnight sometimes resulted in 
uneventful duplicated times. Fixed.
* Rain and Snow Showers were showing the Showers icon rather than Rain 
or Snow.

* Iconified icon (AppIcon disabled) was not disappearing if the window 
was reopened using a method other than double-clicking on the icon.
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RagonSnake von Ragonsoft als Freeware veröffentlicht
RagonSnake von Ragonsoft ist nun als Freeware unter dem Titellink verfügbar. Hierbei handelt es sich um ein E-Snake-ähnliches Spiel für zwischendurch.

Gestartet wird RagonSnake von der Workbench aus, die Steuerung erfolgt per Joystick. Ihre Aufgabe ist es, eine immer länger werdende Schlange zu steuern und dabei zu versuchen, solange wie möglich am Leben zu bleiben. (snx)

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Genesi: MySQL-Fallstudie zum Einsatz des Pegasos als Server
Wie Genesi in einer Pressemitteilung unter dem Titellink bekanntgibt, hat das Datenbank-Unternehmen MySQL AB eine Fallstudie zum Einsatz des Pegasos als Server veröffentlicht.

Dargestellt wird die von Greyhound-Data erzielte Leistungssteigerung durch Altivec-Optimierung auf einem 1,4 GHz-Pegasos unter Debian. Die zugrundeliegende Datenbank umfasst 4 GB. (snx)

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RhoSigma, Roland Heyder (ANF)

Updates von MakeHTMLMap und weiteren RhoSigma-Programmen
Roland Heyder hat seine Programme aktualisiert. Neben MakeHTMLMap und der extra.library haben auch der externe Preferences-Editor für MaxonBasic und der Kommandozeilenbefehl RandomWBPatt ein Update erfahren. Einzelheiten zu den jeweiligen Neuerungen finden Sie unter dem Titellink. (snx)

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Genesi: Zweite ODW bei TechOnLine zugänglich
Wie Genesi in einer Pressemitteilung unter dem Titellink bekanntgibt, ist bei TechOnLine nun eine zweite Open Desktop Workstation (ODW) übers Internet zum Ausprobieren zugänglich. Die erste ODW, auf der Gentoo-Linux installiert ist, war im zurückliegenden halben Jahr die meistgenutzte Plattform im Virtual Lab. Auf dem neuen Pegasos läuft SUSE-Linux. (snx)

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AROS-Exec (Webseite)

AROS: Dateisystem SFS portiert
Michal Schulz hat das Dateisystem SFS für AROS angepasst und damit das Bountyprojekt  #36 von Team AROS erfüllt. Zudem verfügt der quelloffene AmigaOS-Klon nun auch über SFS-Tools, beispielsweise eines zur Defragmentierung (Screenshot).

Weitere Details finden Sie im Forum von (snx)

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