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Re: How hard will be to port this to AROS?

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Thanks a lot both. I thought we had Python 2.7 already.

SDL shouldn't be too hard to update too

How many active devs are working on aros?

Posted on: 2/6 11:43
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How hard will be to port this to AROS?

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https://godotengine.org/article/godot-3-0-released



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XptlVErsL-o

It is very interesting. If someone gets it ported, I give you my word that I will port or create some game from my company.

Pd: why the youtube window doesn´t appear?

Posted on: 2/3 14:19
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Re: Merry Christmas

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Merry christmas and happy new year to you all!

Posted on: 12/25 14:10
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Re: AROS BMP Picture DataType

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miker wrote:


If ABIv1 is more advanced than ABIv0 why isn't every flavor of AROS using ABIv1? What are the differences?

Is Icaros Desktop limited only to ABIv0? Will it ever use ABIv1? Why are we using different subsets of the same code?

These are the things I'm having difficulty with. Compared to that fixing the code itself is relatively easy.


Agree. I know the evolution of the situation, but right now it is becoming kind of absurd, and hurting development a lot, cause an already small group of devs have to choose between 4 different kernels. Pure fragmentation.

Posted on: 2017/11/19 14:14
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Re: State of AROS Drivers

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Sorry, it was a typing error which I didn't realise until you answered. i meant Sata. I though we have a SATA driver already, what is it missing?

Posted on: 2017/9/19 9:58
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Re: State of AROS Drivers

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I thought ATA had a working driver already, at least in some cases (I just tried hosted). What is it missing?

Posted on: 2017/9/18 12:21
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Re: State of AROS Drivers

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Me too. I have an msi with a 980 and would love to use it with AROS.

I think the most realistic approach would be to start a proccess to select some "target" components, or even models of computers, and secure a perfect support for only those models. That way, showing how aros works on those setups would act as a "showcase" of the OS in a best case scenario, and I think it would even attract a lot more people knowing that it will work perfectly if they stick to those setups.

Posted on: 2017/9/15 14:53
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Re: Zune Vs MUI AFA OS

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IMHO it looks even better

Posted on: 2017/9/1 2:16
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Re: Folio - text editor

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WolfpackN64 wrote:
A bit harsh to describe everything that's not Libre Office as a waste of time.


Not my intention, to sound harsh, but sometimes I think it's better to say what you think it's best, even if it hurts a bit. Resources are very limited. Libreoffice is wonderful and needs to be used as much as possible to become a worldwide alternative ot M$ office (now with that obscene "yearly license") so, why trying to reinvent the wheel? Can you imagine how many people will be attracted and start using Aros on a daily basis if we have Libre Office? I bet thousands

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Libre Office has a large amount of dependencies that would need to be ported.


I know, and I have a slight idea about how hard it is to port, but it puts more on my side: every developer interested in a word/calc/presentation editor should row in the same direction, no one will get a viable product to fulfill today needs.

And if I was a developer, I would ask myself: what do I want, to be the only dev of a program which almost no one will use, or contribute to something essential and a landmark for the platform which will be remenbered and used forever? ;)

Posted on: 2017/8/20 7:27

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Re: Folio - text editor

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Waiting for Libre office, any other option is a waste of time and resources.

Posted on: 2017/8/18 12:33
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