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Posted By: Papiosaur. on 2014/10/29 10:53:23
Last weekend took place the third edition of the μAlchimie to Clérieux (France) organized by the TrippleA association. A gathering of AmigaNG users (AmigaOS 4.x and MorphOS), Amiga Classic, retro consoles and computers.

The general assembly of the association WArMUp took place during this event. The new statutes of the association are available on this link.

Here are photos and videos of the gathering proposed by K-L:

http://www.amiga-ng.org/resources/MicroAlchimie2k14
http://www.afle.org/Images/MicroAlchimie3/index.html
http://kickstart.id1945.com/Micro-Alchimie3/index.htm
http://cpcrulez.fr/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=5323#p27086
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4-I1NINdWUM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8gjhtBPB6Y
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-hFjcpGLrzU

A podcast (in french) produced by BatteMan during this μAlchimie III is available on AmigaImpact.
Posted By: neoman. on 2014/10/27 12:14:41
The well-known mail client SimpleMail for MorphOS got quite outdated and incompatible recently, so mail servers like Google Mail were not functioning properly with SSL anymore. Also AmiSSL is quite patchworked, so I ported OpenSSL into SimpleMail. All newer SSL/TLS protocols are working with SimpleMail-MOS now. Additionally I fixed a bug in the IMAP folder index implementation, so huge IMAP accounts can be fetched now.

I released that as a fork called SimpleMail-MOS in which I will add features and fixes particular for MorphOS. When the authors of SimpleMail make some changes to their client in future I will merge them into this fork to keep it up-to-date.

You can find the source and a download link here: https://code.google.com/p/simplemail-mos/
Posted By: Krashan. on 2014/10/25 11:19:40
While DigiBooster 3 replayer routine is available from some time as a static library, having it as shared one has some advantages. First applications using it may be smaller, secondly, updates of the player engine may be installed by users, applications need not to be recompiled. The library may be downloaded from MorphOS Files. The archive also coinatis developer material and source code. The package is licensed on BSD licence.
Posted By: jPV. on 2014/10/24 15:22:50
Finnish Amiga Users Group hosted the traditional Saku 2014 retro and vintage computer event in Tampere, Finland on September 20th, 2014. International guests of honor were former Commodore/Amiga president Petro Tyschtschenko from Germany and Cloanto/Amiga Forever's Michael Battilana from Italy. Over 200 people attended the successful event. Petro (and Michael) were interviewed in front of the audience by Finnish Amiga Users Group's Janne Sirén and video of the speech is now on YouTube.
Posted By: pegasos-sigi2. on 2014/10/21 6:57:36
SoundBookCreator_0.1 is a creator of EBooks with sound.
It puts a whole collection of mp3 - files together to a single EPUB file.
Posted By: Krashan. on 2014/10/20 12:13:26
LibMaker is a GUI based tool generating code skeletons of shared libraries. As such it is the successor of old ChocolateCastle program. After entering specifications of a library and its set of function, LibMaker generates a complete, ready to compile project template, with makefile and standard include files. Version 0.11 can generate a shared library skeleton for MorphOS or for AmigaOS 3 (M68k). Defined library projects may be saved for later reuse or adding new functions. LibMaker preserves existing functions, so library can be developed incrementally. The program features extensive bubble help, so there is less need to look at the manual. LibMaker is distributed with the source code on BSD license and can be downloaded from the MorphOS Files. Future versions of the program will handle BOOPSI and MUI classes, as well as generation of code for AmigaOS 4.
Posted By: Krashan. on 2014/10/8 6:26:42
Lua Explorador is a GUI based source level debugger for Lua programs. Version 0.5 released yesterday, supports passing commandline arguments to debugged scripts. The feature handles both the standard Lua arg[] table (including a script path in arg[0]), and MorphOS specific argline variable. The program is available in our downloads section.
Posted By: Daytona675x. on 2014/10/2 5:23:03
Hi, our new MorphOS (and AmigaOS 4 Warp3D) game "VoxelNoid" is ready for download here.

For free! Although donations are welcome, of course. There's a press-kit and DVD-cover-art available too.
Posted By: AndreasM. on 2014/9/25 15:28:26
DigiBooster 3.1 was released for AmigaOS 3, AmigaOS 4 and MorphOS.

DigiBooster 3.1 is available on CD-ROM and as download in our online-shop
http://www.amigashop.org.
Posted By: softwarefailure. on 2014/9/15 15:40:33
Chip attack! Airsoft Softwair is proud to present an AHX plugin for Hollywood. Once this plugin is installed, Hollywood will "automagically" be able to play these stylish AHX (Abyss' Highest eXperience) and HivelyTracker modules. The plugin is based on HVL2WAV by Xeron/IRIS, source code is also included.

Additionally, there is a demo applet which demonstrates the playback of an AHX module. This applet can also be run using the freely available Hollywood Player so people who don't own the full version of Hollywood can check it out as well.

You can download the plugin from the official Hollywood portal. Thanks to Hollywood 5's cross-platform plug-in system versions for AmigaOS3 (Classic), AmigaOS3 (FPU), AmigaOS4, MorphOS, WarpOS, AROS (Intel), Linux (PowerPC), Linux (Intel), Mac OS (PowerPC), Mac OS (Intel), Windows and Google's Android platform are provided.

For more information on HivelyTracker and AHX visit http://amigascne.org/abyss/ahx/ and http://www.hivelytracker.co.uk/