AROS is not source and binary compatible.
But on 68k one can add libraries and patches from oryginal Amiga Os and made 68k AROS
enough source and binary compatible.
AROS 68K is most certainly both source and binary compatible to AmigaOS.Quote:
AROS x86 is of course worth nothing shit.
AROS x86 was shit, AROS x86 is shit and AROS x86 will be shit.
It is simple.
CPU change to one that not support 32 bit big endian mode already breaks compatybility.
AROS x86 have to have all drawbacks of original amiga os removed at time of change api to not compatybile.
You seem to always confuse API and ABI.Definition of API :
An API defines the interfaces by which one piece of software communicates with another at the source level.Definition of ABI :
Whereas an API defines a source interface, an ABI defines the low-level binary interface between two or more pieces of software on a particular architecture. It defines how an application interacts with itself, how an application interacts with the kernel, and how an application interacts with libraries.