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Re: aros-exec comes and goes

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the amiga forums do not spiral down in terms of "trolling", if this is the correct description of a usual kind of discussions carried out on, say, aw.net. but in terms of attendance.

but does it matter, when regular topics are mesmerisely circling around shady subjects with very little factual content, like "what is amiga" or "why doenst it take off" or "how could we cooperate, if we would". or "just dreaming". bring up some practical subject and it will be ignored. except those genuine amiga hardware sites, that is.

Posted on: 4/11 4:33
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Re: aros-exec comes and goes

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4pLaY wrote:
one could be that i opened a more general Amiga forum where AROS Exec was part of that site but i guess not everyone would welcome that idea .


nothing against it, but i doubt that it would be sensible.there are amiga sites out there, and they experince as much drop in traffic as here. as a plain visitor, i dont have numbers, but you simply see that and that there is no staff so they could even maintain them. the exceptions are eab and a1k, and ppa in poland for that matter. usually genuine amiga oriented. ok, apollo site grows. but usually attempts at establishing a fair cross over amiga site failed, or even were doomed to fail, such as amigaforum.de. sorry to say.

Posted on: 4/10 16:37
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Re: Odyssey web browser future

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i have zotac gtx660 2gb i have put out of service just lately, i can really spare it. but its an old brick by usual comprehension, i know. might jsut make a backup.

Posted on: 4/9 15:16
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Re: a more modern gcc?

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unfortunately it seems my old instructions building aros m68k and x86 got deleted, amigaforum.de points now to apollo forum or such. but then they were outdated at best.

the problem you have indicates you almost did it imho. read
http://aros.sourceforge.net/documentation/developers/compiling.php
especially configuring, you may need to enable --enable-x11-shm or the like, depends on your host i guess. but it will be easy to solve.

Posted on: 4/9 15:11
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Re: a more modern gcc?

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simplex wrote:
Now it failed on not finding Xcursor.h. Found and installed the Fedora package for that, continuing…


you need to locate package that contains this x header on your host and install it. i could look up some very old configure invokes i needed, they are mentioned in build instructions on aros site, today i dont bother, dont ask me why. perhaps sdl is enough.

Posted on: 4/9 15:01
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Re: Odyssey web browser future

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he said he doesnt want amd.

Posted on: 4/9 9:27
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Re: Odyssey web browser future

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actually im not in the position to donate right now, but well.. if 10 people put per 100 into it, seems we might be in. now, let me think..

Posted on: 4/8 18:14
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Re: a more modern gcc?

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Kalamatee wrote:
... there should be rules in the build system to re-create the patch for gcc after the modification but im not 100% sure offhand.


would be great if they were, its pita, these diffs, but i can fix it and make a patch tomorrow, by hand.. errm by diff and commit it if its desirable.

Posted on: 4/7 20:23
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Re: a more modern gcc?

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talking of hosted you probably simply downloaded the iso?

if you have had built it yourself you could use the cross compilers, which are in crosstools, say, dependent on actual architecture somewhere like:
your dir/bin/linux-(your arch)/tools/crosstools

it would be something like
(your arch)-aros-gcc, c++, cpp or the like respectively.

downloading nightly the aros native gnu tools will be in contrib image: contrib/Developer/bin

but as of current i noticed that on x86 abi v1 some of the executables are of size zero. not knowing if you are on abi v1 or v2 you must check for yourself if you have got a working one. for certain though, you cant compile your aros programs with your generic host compiler, even on the same arch.

Posted on: 4/6 6:49
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Re: a more modern gcc?

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i too recommend to build within aros source tree exactly like kalamatee said. the makefile format may be a bit odd, but you will find a lot of reference around the source. you can still maintain a normal makefile for other targets within your source. you might want to use scripts/macros for building stuff you will find them described and implemented in config/make.templ. this way you might even be able to port gnu tools and libs with minimal effort. also a lot of stuff like paths and default tools are abstracted so, if something changes chances are that it doesnt break.

Posted on: 4/6 4:28
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