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Re: How to compile Windows hosted version ?

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Isn't windows hosted (mingw32-i386) usually built on Linux..?

Posted on: 3/15 3:46
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Re: Again about Windows hosted and tap.device

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never really looked into tun/tap device emulation, but the tap.device is in "all-unix/devs/networks/tap" in the source tree.

So I assume, it is simply not there in the windows-hosted build. Would it be in all-hosted or all-mingw32, it would be built for windows hosted.

If it then works..

Posted on: 3/2 7:22
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Re: Janus-UAE Bug collides with Protrekkr on Icaros Desktop

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I am sorry, but this is not really a helpful bug report. Please describe in a few word, what you did, which files you used.

68k Kickstart/OS version?
which 68k/AROS programs?
janus-uae config?

Posted on: 2/26 23:24
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Re: Question about Locale Preferences

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I converted the local prefs to a zune gui and added the city list back in 2008.

The list was not random. If I remember correctly, I used a list from some linux/bsd distributions. I just added my home-town as an "easter egg", which stayed there until polluks removed it on 11 Dec 2016 .

Posted on: 2/17 3:14
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Re: A week in AROS...

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slicer wrote:
Kalamatee: Are you going to enable multicore support also on our pthreads library?


It is not yet the time to ask such questions. And in theory, nothing needs to be changed in pthreads library anyways.

Posted on: 2/14 8:22
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Re: there is a plan for the transition to abiv1 for i386 platform?

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i386 ABI v1 makes no sense for me, too.

x86_64 is already on ABI v1, is there a v0 at all?

FinalWriter has a very good chance to work on v1, I guess .

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Re: how to paint into window - ObtainBestPenA()

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Kalamatee wrote:
You should also be working with a Clone of the windows rastport - not directly.


http://aros.sourceforge.net/de/docume ... ble.php#cloning-rastports

Posted on: 1/16 23:43
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Re: how to paint into window - ObtainBestPenA()

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roMancer wrote:

(btw. cannot access link to viewportaddress.c with OWB: "peer certificate cannot be authenticated with given CA certificates")


trac.aros.org uses a self-signed certificate which browsers can't verify. This is not really a security problem but not nice either of course. A browser-trusted certificate can be obtained for free for quite some time now, but it needs to be configured correctly and of course which takes some time resources of course.

Posted on: 1/16 23:39
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Re: compiling programs under Linux for aros 64 bit

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but every time I want compilere a program I have to include it in the source directory?


That's the usual way for most developers. I personally don't like to execute a million of makefiles of the AROS tree just to compile the one file of my project that has been modified. Yes, there are the quick targets etc, but this is still too slow for me.

You can write your own makefile or directly involve gcc, but of course you need a basic knowledge, how to write a makefile and use gcc .

The disadvantage of manual compiling is also that you have to adapt your makefile/build system for every platform and ABI. The AROS build systems cares for that automatically.

Posted on: 1/12 23:30
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Re: "copy" command implementation and options (DELETE, MOVE, ...)

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Copy DELETE ..

this should at least give a warning. I would never expect a copy command to delete source files. Most likely I would think it is copy and delete afterwards, like mv ..

And AmigaOS does not seem to have delete either:
http://wiki.amigaos.net/wiki/AmigaOS_ ... OS_Command_Reference#COPY

So maybe we should delete copy delete.


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