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Main »» OS4 Screenshots

AmigaOS4 Screenshots from SDK (20-Apr-2004)  Popular
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Some of it you might have seen before, but it gives a general feeling of what you can expect once you get the CD in your hands.


1. A simple HelloWorld example using a Requester, the source in Editpad and the running program. In the window the command for compiling and running it, in the background is the OS4 migration guide.



2. Grimreaper popping up when trying to write to a faulty address.



3. Grimreaper showing some registers and their content with other crucial information regarding the crash.



4. Grimreaper showing the stack trace.



5. Debugging with gdb, stops telling program tried to write to unallocated memory. It can also show where in the source that happened.



6. The different documentation accompanying the SDK, together with examples, includes and tools.



(Images and image comments by Nicolas Mendoza)

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