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Posted By: IKE. on 2009/11/12 14:49:45
A MorphOS Development Wiki has been established.

The goal of this Wiki is to collect and provide development information for everyone who is interested in developing software for MorphOS primarily in the C/C++ language and APIs.

For those familiar with Tiki Wiki, you are aware of it's (overwhelming at times) power. Therefore, a second goal of this site, is to provide a clean, cut down Wiki that is easy to navigate and with minimal distracting bells and whistles. In most cases many features will not be included on the site if they exist in other places, for instance, Forums will take advantage of synergies that already exist in the MorphOS community (i.e. MorphZone). Other programming language Wiki's already have been established such as Python and FreePascal, etc.

Please consider registering and contributing your knowledge so that we can grow the MorphOS developer base:

Posted By: Yomgui. on 2009/11/10 17:45:02
Guillaume - Yomgui - ROGUEZ has released the Python language port in 2.5.4 version.

To celebrate that, he also released a Python module name PyMUI that give an easy way to develop MUI user interface, directly in Python scripts, like WxPython does for external example. And it's not finished: to celebrate PyMUI, a Proof-Of-Concept named Gribouillis is also released by the same author.Gribouillis a (currently) simple drawing application with the special feature to not limit your drawing in size: borderless painting.‏ And to celebrate Gribouillis... no, that's quite enough for now Python 2.5.4, PyMUI and Gribouillis released

So, get all the related installation instructions and downlad the respective archives on his development wiki page (translated in English) that can be found at the following address:

Enjoy Python 2.5.4, PyMUI and Gribouillis released
Posted By: discreetfx. on 2009/8/28 1:23:44
Chicago, Illinois ‏ August 25th, 2009
For Immediate ReleaseOpen Video Toaster Now Available as a Downloadable ISO Image

Programmers have requested more complete and example code from Open Video Toaster. This has always been available via a $9.95 CD-ROM that was shipped by snail mail. Coders wanted something faster so in an effort to appease their instant gratification request DiscreetFX has now made this CD-ROM available via a instant down-loadable ISO image. The cost still remains $9.95 since this is a big file and our server is going to take a hit with lots of downloads. This change in policy should get the complete Amiga Video Toaster Flyer source to many more coders especially overseas programmers that never really got to enjoy the Video Toaster on their Amiga's.

Posted By: ASiegel. on 2009/7/28 4:29:09

Marian "MaaG" Guc has updated his AutoDocReader tool, which is primarily useful for developers. Version 1.6 is available for download at the link below.


Posted By: ShInKurO. on 2009/6/5 11:26:14
Hi guys, with help of TAD we have translation a little part of most important chapter of my Guide to Amiga Compatible Programming, I hope it will be appreciated and that we will find time to translate all of chapter 4, chapter 5 and 6 as well.
Suggestions and corrections are welcome.
Posted By: jacadcaps. on 2009/5/29 6:39:53 contains the latest logtool update, featuring ohci1394mon. The utility allows developers to send logs from one MorphOS machine to another using a firewire cable.
Posted By: ASiegel. on 2009/4/2 18:36:33
Due to technical reasons, the long-running MorphOS Developer Connection website had to be closed. We apologize for any inconveniences this might cause. Please rest assured that most files that could be downloaded from the MDC portal will eventually be moved to the official MorphOS Team website and made available without a mandatory registration.

Future discussions about developing for MorphOS, on the other hand, can be had in the new and improved MorphZone Developer Forums, which complement the established MorphOS mailing list and the #morphos channel on the FreeNode IRC network.
Posted By: ASiegel. on 2009/2/9 23:12:16
Article on the New MorphOS Memory System

Harry "Piru" Sintonen wrote a development article about the new MorphOS memory system that was first introduced with MorphOS 2.0. It provides an in-depth view on the overall design goals and technical implementation.

You can read the entire article by clicking this link.

Posted By: ASiegel. on 2008/12/5 17:01:36
The MorphOS Developer Connection has moved and is now available at
Posted By: Leif. on 2008/11/22 17:00:26
E Compiler X 2.0 released

For AmigaOS3, MorphOS and AmigaOS4.

Get it here: ECX homepage