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Re: Bad things done in Aros

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Hi,

Yes, on that page should be compatible hardware. Are you saying that there's something wrong with what it says now?

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Posted on: 6/19 8:13
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Re: This is my idea for the future of Aros!

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Hi,

What is it a translation of?

Posted on: 6/19 8:11
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Re: Let`s learn how to code in C!

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The most important thing to know about programming in C is:
Comments are written like /* this */,
Most compilers will also accept them like: // this.

Even if you happen to learn the whole of the language from bad examples, getting into the habit of commenting NOW, will still get you through. If you learn from a good book, but don't comment, just like people forget the details of the language, you'll still forget how your program works.

Speaking of a good book:
- The C Programming Language" - Kernighan, Ritchie can be bought from the Internet for some 12 euros.
- The C Programming Language, 2nd edition" - Kernighan, Ritchie can be bought from the Internet for some 20 euros.
The first one for if you really can't spare more money, but take the second one if you can, as it covers the ANSI version of C. The book is both a tutorial and a reference manual, it'll teach you the language if you have no other teacher, and afterwards it'll let you look up the details you forget.


/* C. Amiga Micro Add: A program to add two numbers. */

/* This version asks for two integers, adds them, and
* prints the result.
* There's a companion program that uses floats.
* NOTE: If both programs are kept, one needs to be renamed.
* BUG: If both numbers are entered at once,
* will still ask for second number.
* More of a weakness than a bug; change or leave it?
*/

/* ----------------------------------------------------- */

#include <stdio.h>

int main(void) {
int a; int b; int res; /* Probably could be compacted. */
/* Do the names of these explain their functions? */

/* Introduction */
printf("\n\nWelcome to Amiga Micro Add V.0.0.1\n\n");

/* Input conversation */
printf("\nPlease enter a Number for Addition : ");
scanf("%d",&a); /* Get first number. */
printf("\nPlease enter a second Number for Addition: ");
scanf("%d",&b); /* Get second number. */

/* Calculation */
res = a + b;

/* Output */
printf("\nThe result is: %d\n", res);


/* Feedback (none) */
return 0;
}

/* ----------------------------------------------------- */

/* Do we really need that many newlines?
** If we do, is there a reason why some are
** at the start of the line and others at the end?
* It now sums up two numbers; can we make it sum up more?
* As this is an Amiga program, check conventions for
* Amiga commands from the C: drawer.
*/


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Posted on: 6/19 8:01
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Re: This is my idea for the future of Aros!

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As Wawa points out: Your 7th would be welcome. At the least, you could check whether the Spanish pages of the website are all translated and up to date.

Localisation would be another issue, but I can't say off-hand what software currently requires which translation. You might have to check.

Posted on: 6/12 16:47
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Re: RedEclipse the game is obsolete

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As I don't have a clue, can you explain the problem a bit?
Was this an archive that has never worked because it contains a list that is incompatible with the version of the game in the archive? Or has it been left behind by an online part of the game? Or could it still be played, just that something, like interplayer, would no longer work? Or would it require asking THE MAN to set aside a list for our version? Or could we set that part up ourselves anywhere, or would it not be worth it if we did? Or ...?

Posted on: 6/4 10:48
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Re: Does Contrib ABI v1 build at the moment?

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Hi,

Kalamatee wrote:
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... personaly I use the following to build AROS -:

../src/configure --target=linux-x86_64 --with-binutils-version=2.25 --with-gcc-version=6.3.0 --enable-debug=all --enable-ccache --with-portssources=/home/AROS/portssources

This works for all targets I have built, replacing the "target" with the desired one.


OK, so apparently we do need to specify --target=linux-x86_64 for 64 hosted on Linux. But why are you telling configure what binutils and gcc you got? Isn't the trick that configure can find out such details by itself?

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Re: How can we get AROS UEFI Conform?

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But Microsoft apparently for their good for Windows certification no longer requires that Secure Boot can be switched off. So, it may be that some manufacturers decide that they can't be bothered to support anything but latest Windows and won't implement switching Secure Boot off.

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Posted on: 5/29 12:48
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Re: How can we get AROS UEFI Conform?

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Ah, OK. Sorry, you lost me there for a moment.

Mysha.

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Re: How can we get AROS UEFI Conform?

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Hi,

If it's only for Windows, why would you have to set it for AROS?

Mysha

Posted on: 5/28 13:15
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Re: AROS homepage down?

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Weird: From a foreign page Pale Moon will have no problem finding out that aros.org" is a synonym for "www.aros.org". But when already on the page, there appears to be some time-out (A minute?) before it gets there. Are we doing some referer check that gets messed up by the two ways to address the page?
Mysha

Posted on: 5/28 11:54
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