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Re: Let`s learn how to code in C!

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C is just a language.

The other parts are the libraries, without them you can't even write the "Hello World" program.

The libraries might confuse a former BASIC programmer. But most programming languages have only a limited set of I/O functions. If you want windows, buttons, text boxes, graphics or sound you will need libraries for it.

You can decide between OS oriented libraries (great for application programming on Amiga, AROS, Morphos) or cross platform libraries like SDL (great for games on Amiga, AROS, Morphos, Linux, Windows)

Posted on: 6/22 12:17
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Re: Goodbye and thanks for the support

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Kalamatee wrote:
Well, due to the stupidity shown by some people on this forum particularly, ...


Sorry if I said something wrong.

It would be a pity if you leave AROS.


Posted on: 6/17 6:59
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Re: What is that? A Book called AROS Research Operating System?

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Maybe someone should register the Trademark AROS for AROS.

Otherwise we could lose it.

Posted on: 6/12 11:01
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Re: eternal land "outdated"

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I once played Eternal Lands under Linux, it was slow but had nice gfx and atmosphere. It can not compete with megasellers like World of Warcraft but I don't know other Free and OpenSorce MMOPRGs.

Dawn and Flare might be good candidates for a port to AROS:
https://opensource.com/life/12/10/5-new-rpg-games-linux

But they are only RPGs no MMORPGs

Posted on: 4/8 1:15

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Re: But RayStorm?

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Some files are C others are C++ - seams to be StormC at the first glance...


StormC well this coul mean: 'Amiga like GUI under Reaction'

I don't know if there is a replacement under AROS.

Posted on: 4/2 9:39
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Re: Cinnamon Writer 0.8 Question

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Last time I used cinamon writer, it was crashing faster than I could save my docs.

I had big hopes in FinalWriter, but I'm still waiting.

Posted on: 2/23 10:21
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Re: Gaming Question

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I found Sauerbraten really impressive.

Youtube:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YT_KIvnz2rg

AROS-Playground (with download link):
http://arosgamer.blogspot.de/2012/05/ ... eration-fps-for-aros.html


Posted on: 2/18 11:42
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Re: How hard will be to port this to AROS?

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SDL 2.0 would be useful too.

Posted on: 2/4 5:42
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Re: Merry Christmas

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Frohe Weihnacht und guten Rutsch.

(Merry Christmas and a good start)

Posted on: 12/23 18:07
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Re: Fast File System is buggy!

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ncafferkey wrote:
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Note that we've been using SFS instead of FFS as our main FS for perhaps a decade or so. FFS is usually only needed for interacting with classic AmigaOS floppies and HDs.


I didn't reed the post correctly, shame on me.


Posted on: 12/22 9:17
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