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Software News   GL Galore 1.1 released
  Software News posted by softwarefailure on 21-May-2017 10:34:30 (298 reads)

Airsoft Softwair is proud to present GL Galore 1.1, the ultimate OpenGL® scripting solution for Hollywood! This is a major update which introduces Unicode support (requires at least Hollywood 7), support for the Raspberry Pi (needs at least a Raspberry Pi 2), and support for 64-bit architectures on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS. On top of that, GL Galore 1.1 also introduces a modern joystick API which allows you to query joysticks with more than two buttons and axes. Finally, GL Galore also contains direct online help now for people using the Hollywood 7 IDE on Windows.

GL Galore is a plugin for Hollywood that allows you to access the OpenGL 1.1 command set directly from Hollywood. This makes it possible to write scripts that utilize the host system's 3D hardware to create high-performance, butter-smooth 2D and 3D animation that is computed completely in hardware by the GPU of your graphics board. This leads to a huge performance boost over the classic Hollywood graphics API which is mostly implemented in software for maximum portability and compatibility. Especially systems with slower CPUs will benefit greatly from hardware-accelerated drawing offered by OpenGL.

OpenGL is a portable software interface to graphics hardware. It is available for almost every platform in a variety of flavours. On AmigaOS and compatibles, OpenGL is available as MiniGL on AmigaOS 4, TinyGL on MorphOS, StormMesa on AmigaOS 3, and Mesa 3D on AROS. Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux systems are usually shipped with an OpenGL driver already installed.

GL Galore offers wrapper functions for most commands of the OpenGL 1.1 API including many GLU functions. Additionally, GL Galore also offers bridging functions that allow you to convert Hollywood brushes into OpenGL textures and vice versa. Furthermore, when GL Galore is activated, Hollywood's hardware brushes and hardware double-buffers are mapped directly to OpenGL so that you can even benefit from hardware accelerated drawing and transformation without writing a single line of GL code. Whenever GL Galore is activated, all graphics output will automatically be routed through OpenGL.

GL Galore can also be useful for rapidly prototyping software in OpenGL. People who used to program OpenGL using C will greatly appreciate Hollywood's convenient multimedia API which offers functions for almost all common tasks. For example, by using GL Galore to write OpenGL programs you can avoid all the hassle of managing a GL window using one of the many different toolkits out there. Also, jobs like image loading, sound or video playback, font handling and image manipulation will become ridiculously easy thanks to Hollywood's powerful command set which covers over 700 functions. And of course, there aren't 14 different versions of commands like glColor, but just one version because sometimes less is more.

GL Galore is available free of charge and can be downloaded from the official Hollywood portal at http://www.hollywood-mal.com/ Versions for AmigaOS 3 (FPU required), AmigaOS 4, MorphOS, AROS (x86), Windows (x86,x64), Mac OS X (ppc, x86, x64) and Linux (ppc, arm, x86, x64) are provided. On top of that, GL Galore comes with over 250 pages of documentation in various formats like PDF, HTML, AmigaGuide, and CHM. Finally, many impressive example scripts are included in the distribution archive to get you started really quickly.

All of this makes GL Galore the ultimate OpenGL scripting experience combining the best of both worlds into one powerful plugin: Hollywood's extensive and convenient multimedia function set and OpenGL's raw graphics power!

GL Galore is now available for free download from the official Hollywood portal at http://www.hollywood-mal.com/

This release was brought to you by Airsoft Softwair - the hardest working men in code business.



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Amigaworld.net News   Amiga Ireland Podcast - Episode 3.1 - 21 Questions to... Rob Cranley
  Amigaworld.net News posted by Sir_Lucas on 18-May-2017 17:20:52 (68 reads)
We interview Rob Cranley of Amiga Future magazine and www.robthenerd.com. Rob develops hardware and software for Amiga and runs workshops at the Amiga Ireland events. We put our 21 questions to Rob.

http://www.robthenerd.com/
www.amigafuture.de

http://amigausers.ie/episode-3-1-rob-cranley-interview/
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Amigaworld.net News   Hyperion Entertainment releases improved version of Freespace for AmigaOS 4.1
  Amigaworld.net News posted by Hyperionmp on 18-May-2017 8:26:38 (213 reads)
Hyperion Entertainment is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the space-combat simulation Descent: Freespace* for AmigaOS 68k/WarpOS and AmigaOS 4.1 Final Edition from the direct downloads section of our website.
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Events   Recursion Computer Fair: Sat 1 July Stratford-upon-Avon
  Events posted by yoodoo2 on 17-May-2017 21:11:34 (92 reads)
Now in its 4th year, the Recursion Computer Fair is back and will take place at King Edward VI School, Stratford-upon-Avon on Saturday 1 July 11.00-16.00.

Join us to celebrate 30+ years of the Amiga - meet up with user groups, have a play on the latest hardware and have a chat with Amigans of all shapes, sizes and flavours! AmigaOS4, MorphOS, AROS, Classic Amigas, all side-by-side and not a pointless argument in sight!
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Amigaworld.net News   LSliders Lib for Hollywood released
  Amigaworld.net News posted by Allanon on 17-May-2017 11:40:52 (83 reads)
I've released LSliders v1.0 Library for Hollywood.

LSliders is an include file with no dependancies that uses layers to implement horizontal and vertical sliders with custom graphics, it is particularly useful in games that use the Hollywood's Layers Engine.

Two weeks ago @Bugala requested me informations about some Hollywood libraries I'm working on, he was willing to support my work (thank you Bugala!) and he also asked for something able to handle sliders using layers for his own purposes.
He also asked me to share this work with all of you so that every one can benefit from it.

So LSlider library was born.
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Amigaworld.net News   REV'n'GE! #74
  Amigaworld.net News posted by Seiya on 15-May-2017 18:28:32 (65 reads)
REV'n'GE! is a fanzine that review games and apps on vintage platforms.
Within various nice reviews you can focus on:

Battle of Wesnoth; a great 68k RTS
Total Eclipse; a surprising game for Commodore +4

Source:
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REV'n'GE! Site
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software OS4   Dir Me Up 3.30 released for AmigaOS 4.1
  software OS4 posted by Glames on 16-May-2017 11:02:41 (78 reads)
Dir Me Up 3.30, the modern Amiga explorer, has been released for AmigaOS 4.1 computers!

Dir Me Up, a software to explore and manipulate files, links and drawers of your Amiga.
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Software News   Ask Me Up XXL 3.2 released
  Software News posted by Glames on 15-May-2017 9:30:20 (74 reads)
Ask Me Up XXL 3.2, the quiz of general knowledge, is now available for AmigaOS 4.1, MorphOS and Windows computers. Play alone and share your high scores with the wider world or play simultaneously with five players, it's up to you!
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Amigaworld.net News   Roadshow "Ping" Update released
  Amigaworld.net News posted by AndreasM on 14-May-2017 13:57:00 (59 reads)
Updated Roadshow version 1.13 contains repaired "ping" command

Roadshow version 1.13 was released on May 2nd, 2017. The updated "ping" command to ship in this release was found to contain a serious bug which could cause it to crash.

The demonstration and retail versions of Roadshow 1.13 have been updated and now contain the repaired "ping" command.

The separate Roadshow 1.13 update archive has been reworked to upgrade the old "ping" version which shipped with Roadshow 1.12 to the repaired version. This update archive can also be used to upgrade the "ping" command which shipped with Roadshow 1.13 on May 2nd, 2017 to the repaired version.

http://roadshow.apc.tcp.de
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Software News   Hollywood 7.0 add-ons released
  Software News posted by softwarefailure on 14-May-2017 10:30:13 (425 reads)
Airsoft Softwair is proud to announce the immediate availability of a number of add-ons for Hollywood 7.0. The following add-ons are now available for download from the official Hollywood portal:

- Hollywood Player 7.0 for all supported platforms (also available for your smartphone/tablet on Google Play)
- Hollywood SDK 7.0 for developing your own plugins (includes examples and over 350 pages of documentation in various formats)
- Hollywood 7.0 add-on for Cubic IDE (kindly provided by Michael Jurisch)
- Hollywood 7.0 wordfile for UltraEdit
- Hollywood 7.0 online reference manual (over 900 PDF pages, alternatively available as HTML, CHM, and AmigaGuide)
- Hollywood SDK 7.0 online reference manual (over 350 PDF pages, alternatively available as HTML, CHM, and AmigaGuide)

The release of these add-ons completes the Hollywood 7.0 release. Please visit the official Hollywood portal at http://www.hollywood-mal.com/ for download and more information.

Brought to you by Airsoft Softwair - the hardest working men in code business.
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