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Archive 01/2010


AROS: Kickstart-Bounty started again
After the first phase of the Kickstart-replacement-bounty program was stopped without any results now Gary 'gaz' Pearman hast started this project again. He will have to be finished until 1st March. (snx) (Translation: dr)

[News message: 04. Jan. 2010, 21:41] [Comments: 0]
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AmigaOS 4: Sprite-Creator for Hollywood
Alfkil Thorbjørn Wennermark's Sprite Creator for Hollywood is similar to Bob-editor from AMOS.

Download: spritecreator.lha (853 KB) (snx) (Translation: dr)

[News message: 04. Jan. 2010, 21:31] [Comments: 0]
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04.Jan.2010 (Webseite)

Crosscompiler-Toolchain for Linux and AmigaOS 4.1
The script included in the archive creates under Linux a Crosscompiler-Toolchain for developing software for AmigaOS 4.1. Then the file distcode transfers it to the Ram-disk of the AmigaOS.

Download: distcode.lha (97 KB) (snx) (Translation: dr)

[News message: 04. Jan. 2010, 21:26] [Comments: 0]
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03.Jan.2010 (Webseite)

AmigaOS 4: RunInUAE r2
Christopher Handley's RunInUAE enables to use the Amiga emulator E-UAE under AmigaOS 4. E-UAE has to be installed before. With the release 2 loading of games on several disks should now work.

Changes in release 2 of RunInUAE:
  • Hopefully fixed HD installed games not starting for some people (please reinstall Workbench 3.1)
  • Added automatic loading of multi-disk games
  • Per-drawer & per-game config files now work with ADFs (bug fix)
  • Now opens an App Window for you to drop games on; easier than dropping them on its AmiDock icon
  • A new icon, thanks to David Braconnier
  • Improved installer & manual, thanks to user feedback
Download: RunInUAE_r2.lha (2 MB) (snx) (Translation: dr)

[News message: 03. Jan. 2010, 21:03] [Comments: 0]
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Hollywood 4.5 available
Today Hollywood 4.5 was published. Please read the official press release. (cg) (Translation: dr)

[News message: 03. Jan. 2010, 18:18] [Comments: 0]
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PDF-magazine: Monthly Page 9 / Interview with Davy Wentzler
The Monthly Page is an English magazine published as PDF-file. The latest issue consists of three pages and offers among others an interview with Davy Wetzler (Audio Evolution). (snx) (Translation: dr)

[News message: 03. Jan. 2010, 11:39] [Comments: 0]
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Instant Messenger: SabreMSN 0.62
James 'jahc' Carroll has published another beta version of his MUI-based MSN-Messenger SabreMSN for AmigaOS 3.x and AmigaOS 4 as well as AROS.

With version 0.62 it is possible to transmit several files at once (under AROS causing crashes). There is a detailed list of changes in the Readme-file. (snx) (Translation: dr)

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MorphOS: iffilbm.demuxer 51.3
Michal 'rzookol' Zukowski has updated his Reggae-class iffilbm.demuxer. Version 51.3 fixes some bugs.

Download: iffilbm.demuxer-51.3.lha (16 KB) (snx) (Translation: dr)

[News message: 02. Jan. 2010, 21:19] [Comments: 0]
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Software-News: tinyulMUI 1.1, IRA 2.04
Frank Wille has published a new version of IRA which is a portable disassembler for AmigaOS 3-binaries. Additionally with the MUI-based tinyulMUI an upload-tool is available with which programs can be transmitted to tinybld-based Programmable Interface Chips like e.g. Minimig is using it.

Both programs are available for AmigaOS 3/4 and MorphOS. (cg) (Translation: dr)

[News message: 02. Jan. 2010, 18:55] [Comments: 0]
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PR-campaign: Is Hyperion announcing new hardware? (2nd Update)
At the screenshots of the Firefox-port Timberwolf published two dys ago the website could be seen. Smart users figured out that this website belongs to Ben Hermans (Hyperion Entertainment) and obviously has hidden some hints to Hyperion's next project.

By clicking the graphics on each site you can release another text or get the next hint (1.html, 2.html, 3.html, 4.html). Each day will be completed with another hint. Again and again you can read the terms "OMEN" or ("OM"), "ENIGMA" and "AEON" with which users tried to make anagrams.

The hint added today plays with these terms and then shows the text "Have you figured it out yet?". The I-dot at "it" is something more dark - if you move the mouse cursor above it you get the reaction: "(Oh no! Don't look at that!".

If you ignore this warning and have a look at the I-dot you will see that it is a highly scaled down photo. A photo which apparently shows a part of a motherboard. In a thread at Hans-Jörg "Rogue" Frieden explained that it is more than "just" new hardware. Further information will be available tomorrow.

According to the Belgian Staatsblad (PDF-document) the company A-EON was founded in April 2009 by Ben Hermans and the both British men Robert Trevor Dickinson and Anthony Moorley.

Update: (03.01.10, 12:14, snx)
Meanwhile almost the complete mainboard is visible, also one further picture was found on the server which seems to show part of a case.

2nd Update: (03.01.10, 13:52, snx)
Hans-Jörg Frieden adds that the slots on the mainboard are two PCIe x16, three PCIe x1, two PCI 33 MHz and finally one "Xorro" slot, with the latter being in line with the third PCIe 1x slot. All 16 lanes of the PCIe x16 slot can be used only if just one slot is occupied, though, otherwise two times eight lanes are used.

The javascript file (4.js) used for today's page confirms that the CPU is a PowerPC - and according to another picture already found on the server it seems to provide more than one core. At the second still covered position on the mainboard, there seems to be a chip called "Xena" which might serve as a custom chip. (cg) (Translation: dr)

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AmigaOS 4: EasyUAE 1.2
After the beta version Costel 'Cyborg' Mincea has now published a first release candidate of his user-interface for the Amiga-emulator E-UAE. For the bounty-project so far 316,34 Euro were donated.

Download: easyuae-1.2.lha (1 MB) (snx) (Translation: dr)

[News message: 02. Jan. 2010, 11:47] [Comments: 0]
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