Yokemate of Keyboards
Posts: 10096 from 2003/5/22
>>> MorphOS 4.x for [...] PPC64 (G5, x5000, Tabor maybe?)
>> The e500v2 cores inside Tabor's QorIQ P1022 CPU are 32-bit.
Yes, see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PowerPC_e500
> AmigaOS 4 anyway has nothing to do with 64 bit
You were talking about "MorphOS 4.x" at that point, not about OS4.
>>> Crysalid pack [could be] ported to be native.
>> ...as long as sources are available.
> [...] and people willing to recompile
It's not even clear if a simple recompile will suffice when porting current MorphOS programs to a future MorphOS with modernized API.
>>> I dont see where e.g. MorphOS 4 for ARM64 would lead without
>>> tablet scaling and extensive touch screen support.
>> 40 of those are 64-bit ARMv8 (AArch64, "ARM64").
> I do understand ARM64 exists, as well as Linux and Android for it.
> I just dont see MOS with no touchscreen support there yet.
What you don't seem to understand is that those 40 "ARM64" boards do not need any touchscreen support, and that anybody is free to port whatever OS to them.
> Or even with it.
Why even bring the matter of touchscreen support up then?
> Kind of backward retro enthusiasm
I see nothing retro about multiple 2+ GHz Cortex-A72 or newer cores.