• Yokemate of Keyboards
    Yokemate of Keyboards
    Posts: 12112 from 2003/5/22
    From: Germany
    > Perhaps the Mimic68k is a new development for them


    > I wonder if any of the tools listed have already been used, or could be used
    > for improving the speed of Trance for MorphOS, or Petunia for OS4?

    Not likely, as their tools seem to be mere interpreters whereas Trance and Petunia are JIT compilers.

    > I am a little surprised that many other companies would still be using
    > any 68k based code today and not have made the migration to a different
    > modern processor already

    The m68k architecture is still being used in the embedded space today, even when there won't be any newly developed chips implementing this ISA. For an exhaustive list of m68k chips which are still in production by Freescale today as they're still in demand by customers refer to:


    > so the services of this company are probably not needed much anymore.

    At least the companies still using m68k today will have to switch one day and that's when MicroAPL's services may come in handy for them.
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  • Order of the Butterfly
    Order of the Butterfly
    Posts: 423 from 2005/4/9
    From: magyarorszag/h...
    570$ a license (duh its for 5 users if i got it right).
    maybe morphos could be marketed as a development kit (which includes not only ide and such but an os as well:)? for that price they could get 2-3 licenses - but as complete systems with hw as well (pmacs or perhaps 2 mini also comes out for that price).
    its a nice, really fast, small system with integrated 68kjit, easy to use and has ide's and a lot of tools for 68k - perfect for such jobs, innit?
    DEAD pegII/G4@1000.1gb ram.radeon 9200pro
    240 gigz hd.nec dvdrw.MorphOS 2.4 DEAD
    amiga1200T.blizzardppc@180/040@25.96megz ram
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  • Yokemate of Keyboards
    Yokemate of Keyboards
    Posts: 12112 from 2003/5/22
    From: Germany
    > 570$ a license

    Here http://www.microapl.co.uk/Porting/Mimic68Prices.html reads "$5750".
  • »08.12.11 - 09:53