2020 - your expectations
  • Order of the Butterfly
    Order of the Butterfly
    tolkien
    Posts: 300 from 2013/5/29
    -updated OWB (with support for telegram etc)
    -SDL2
    PowerMac G5 - PowerBook G4 - MacMini with MorphOS. Amiga 1200/060 AmigaOS 3.x
  • »29.12.19 - 19:16
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  • Cocoon
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    Georg
    Posts: 60 from 2004/4/7
    Quote:

    jacadcaps wrote:
    You mean there's people with interest in MorphOS, spare time on their hands and the skills required to port MorphOS to different hardware? And that they're not in the MorphOS Team already? Mind listing those people?


    Who says they need to be from outside MorphOS Team? In the current situation (closed source) can theoretically anyone from MOS Team port MOS to anything he wants even if some/most/all of the other team members or the team head/heads don't like it? Probably not.

    Also "different hardware" would be possible with other means, like a version of MOS which runs on top of Linux (or even the easier Linux/X11) instead of on top of Quark. Which doesn't require huge knowledge/skills about lowlevel hardware on the specific machine.
  • »30.12.19 - 06:47
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  • Order of the Butterfly
    Order of the Butterfly
    tolkien
    Posts: 300 from 2013/5/29
    Oh no! more damn linux stuff again!
    PowerMac G5 - PowerBook G4 - MacMini with MorphOS. Amiga 1200/060 AmigaOS 3.x
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  • Order of the Butterfly
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    ppcamiga1
    Posts: 201 from 2015/8/23
    MOS is nice, but it is time to move on.
    MOS on top of linux will be something very usefull.
  • »30.12.19 - 09:37
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  • Caterpillar
    Caterpillar
    sTix
    Posts: 32 from 2003/12/7
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    tolkien wrote:
    Oh no! more damn linux stuff again!


    I think MorphOS should be turned into an SDL application. Endless possibilities.
  • »30.12.19 - 10:13
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  • MorphOS Developer
    Henes
    Posts: 500 from 2003/6/14
    Quote:

    Georg wrote:
    In the current situation (closed source) can theoretically anyone from MOS Team port MOS to anything he wants even if some/most/all of the other team members or the team head/heads don't like it? Probably not.


    Well, this is how most (all ?) ports were created for many years now... Somebody doing the dirty work because he wanted to: Mac mini, laptops, x64 and even more unreleased or unfinished stuff most people hardly ever heard of...
  • »30.12.19 - 10:43
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    Kronos
    Posts: 1957 from 2003/2/24
    @Georg

    You do know that such a thing alrerady exists?


    Yep, called AROS and such as AROS "OpenMorphOS" would run almost everywhere.....


















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  • »30.12.19 - 10:55
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  • Order of the Butterfly
    Order of the Butterfly
    ppcamiga1
    Posts: 201 from 2015/8/23
    SDL is great idea.
    AROS is not good enough.
    AROS devs do not care about quality and compatybility.
  • »30.12.19 - 14:14
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  • Cocoon
    Cocoon
    Georg
    Posts: 60 from 2004/4/7
    Quote:

    Henes wrote:
    Well, this is how most (all ?) ports were created for many years now... Somebody doing the dirty work because he wanted to:


    So everyone in MOS team (is "MOS Team" == "Core Development Team" listed on https://www.morphos-team.net/team?) has and always has had access to all necessary MOS parts (like Quark) to make this possible and never needed anyone else's OK to go ahead?
  • »30.12.19 - 16:02
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  • Cocoon
    Cocoon
    Georg
    Posts: 60 from 2004/4/7
    Quote:

    Kronos wrote:
    @Georg

    You do know that such a thing alrerady exists?



    Yes, I'm one of the many people who wrote code for AROS.
  • »30.12.19 - 16:08
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  • Cocoon
    Cocoon
    Georg
    Posts: 60 from 2004/4/7
    Quote:

    tolkien wrote:
    Oh no! more damn linux stuff again!


    The thing with MOS is that it runs on top of Quark kernel which user see nothing about when using MOS. So could be replaced with Linux kernel and user still not seeing anything about it. So for user nothing changes (except maybe with Linux kernel it would be a bit faster ... ;-p)

    The advantage is that Linux kernel does not need to be ported/adapted to new hardware while with Quark it seems like every new hardware even if for user it looks like very similiar (Mac G4 version A <-> Mac G4 version B) needs work on the Quark kernel.

    I wonder for example when a new port to new hardware was done - like Mac G5 - how much of work/time was needed to adapt/port Quark. And how much work/time was needed for the rest of MOS. Or in other words how much time/work would have been saved if porting/adapting the kernel was not needed.
  • »30.12.19 - 16:19
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  • Paladin of the Pegasos
    Paladin of the Pegasos
    Zylesea
    Posts: 1929 from 2003/6/4
    Quote:

    sTix schrieb:


    I think MorphOS should be turned into an SDL application. Endless possibilities.


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  • »30.12.19 - 21:26
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  • Order of the Butterfly
    Order of the Butterfly
    ppcamiga1
    Posts: 201 from 2015/8/23
    WebAssembly.
  • »31.12.19 - 08:34
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  • Butterfly
    Butterfly
    terminills
    Posts: 74 from 2012/3/12
    Quote:

    Zylesea wrote:
    Here we go, what's your expectations for 2020:

    My list is rather short:


    - Finalwriter release






    Fingers crossed. :)
  • »31.12.19 - 11:41
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