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paolone 
How I compiled deark for 64bit AROS
Posted on 25-Jul-2019 19:47:28
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Hello. As many of you might already know, I am working on a new 64bit AROS distribution based on the (solid) roots of Icaros Desktop. Unluckily, there's still much road to do before it can be 'useable' like her 32bit parent has become but, in the meanwhile, I am trying to compile by myself as much needed software as I can. However, as you may wonder, it's just a littler drop in the ocean. But you can easily help me. Creating an AROS develompment environment in a Ubuntu virtual machine is now easy and it will work straightforward: if you're an Amiga coder, this can be a good chance to discover if your software is 64-bit ready (this will be true not only for AROS, although AROS actually is the only amiganoid system already available in a 64-bit version).

Please read this:
http://vmwaros.blogspot.com/2019/07/how-i-compiled-deark-for-64bit-aros.html

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J'Bar 
Re: How I compiled deark for 64bit AROS
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@paolone
Thank you outstanding work

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kolla 
Re: How I compiled deark for 64bit AROS
Posted on 26-Jul-2019 10:38:59
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@paolone

I see you found sed difficult :)

Well, you can use any char as delimiter, so if the string you want to manipulate contains / you just use a different char as delimiter, for example colon - 's:whatever/something:something/whateverelse:g'

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Re: How I compiled deark for 64bit AROS
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Quote:

kolla wrote:
@paolone

I see you found sed difficult :)

Well, you can use any char as delimiter, so if the string you want to manipulate contains / you just use a different char as delimiter, for example colon - 's:whatever/something:something/whateverelse:g'


Interesting. Thanks for this information, I bet it will come handy in the future!

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