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Internet News   Internet News : closed
   posted by TheAMIgaOne on 13-Dec-2004 17:31:08 (2819 reads)
At the homepage the following statement has been made:

szombat, 4 december 2004, 03:21 DU

I don't care about now...
Seeya soooooon, or never...

Its a sad day for the Amiga Programming World as one of the best Amiga oriented programming Reference sites has been closed.

As a programming myself I immediately contacted myself to find out whether the source of the site could be passed to another host, their response was:


I'm thinking on to release the engine and the database soon...


Hopefully this will happen as this was a great site for referencing all the amiga programming commands, and also the superb GCC package they put together for UAE and classic Amigas.

Lets all share our amiga love to get it back online

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Re: closed
Posted on 13-Dec-2004 19:05:51
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It is a sad day

Think it was a great site... Very informative (did use to look at the autodocs on that site)...

Can see all the other websites LouiSe had made has also been closed down

The only page I was able to find is

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hnl_dk - Henning Nielsen Lund [Denmark]

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Re: closed
Posted on 13-Dec-2004 20:12:28
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3 Letters P....M..... can you see where I am going....

Amiga A1200, 3.1 ROMs, Blizzard 1230 MKIV 64MB & FPU, 4GB DoM SSD, Workbench 3.1

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Re: closed
Posted on 13-Dec-2004 20:41:31
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Too bad. It was a great help when I was looking for some documentation...

Philippe 'Elwood' Ferrucci
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Re: closed
Posted on 13-Dec-2004 21:37:22
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ive loved using there autodoc site, but like i said i emailed LouiSe and they did say they should hopefully be releasing the database and code, id gladly contribute my webserver space to host it.

Im actually in the progress in my spare time redeveloping NATW or aka 'no Amiga to Waste'. The owner of the site said he doesnt update the site and has lost interest too either but suggested it would be best just to redesign it as it was writen in perl etc etc. But that was also another site thats now dead, although still hosted.

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Re: closed
Posted on 13-Dec-2004 22:37:51
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I intend to add an autodoc system similar to the one at on utilitybase anytime soon now:

NATW is still running according to the owner a month ago:

Nicolas Mendoza

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