What's the best place to release MorphOS source code?
  • Leo
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    By cleaning up my mess I found out old MorphOS source code that I am willing to release.

    What's the best place to release MorphOS source code on? Will GitHub be fine: MorphOS has working git now?
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  • »07.06.18 - 09:13
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  • ASiegel
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    If you do not mind the Microsoft sale, Github will be just fine :-)
  • »07.06.18 - 09:30
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    There are many others. Why not GitLab or Aminet?
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  • Leo
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    Ok, let's go for GitHub then!

    UTF8 encoding is fine now? My old code is still in ISO something.

    [ Edited by Leo 07.06.2018 - 09:22 ]
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  • Leo
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    I have uploaded the sources on GitHub.

    I wasn't able to build the cross-compiler myself but found a working .tar.gz of binaries for macOS which I was able to use to build a binary that's been uploaded as well.

    Since I haven't got any MorphOS machine I wasn't able to see if it's working so if someone can confirm it's working it would be great.

    Thanks!
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    Quote:

    ASiegel wrote:
    If you do not mind the Microsoft sale, Github will be just fine :-)


    Quote:

    connor wrote:
    There are many others. Why not GitLab or Aminet?


    And Gitlab is hosted on Azure.
    Microsoft is lately much more open to open source and linux. If you really want to 'avoid' Microsoft I think Aminet would be the safest ;)
  • »12.06.18 - 18:09
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  • ASiegel
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    @ Leo

    Looks quite useful. Good choice of license too. Thanks!
  • »12.06.18 - 19:05
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