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Zylesea 
Re: AxRuntime
Posted on 9-May-2020 21:43:53
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@deadwood

Quite an impressive thing! That holds pretty some potential.

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bison 
Re: AxRuntime
Posted on 10-May-2020 6:37:40
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@deadwood

libaxrt seems to prevent the display of most icons in Xfce. After a reboot the panel was about half blank, and most of the menu icons--and all the the icons in Thunar--went missing as well. After I uninstalled libaxrt they all came back.

It's still an impressive system, so I will eventually get back to it. I will have to install a fresh copy of LM on a separate partition so that it doesn't mess up my daily system.

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deadwood 
Re: AxRuntime
Posted on 10-May-2020 6:50:12
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@bison

Thanks for the report. I'm quite interested on what is going on there as libaxrt only "executes" when an application is executed.

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kolla 
Re: AxRuntime
Posted on 10-May-2020 9:41:08
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@deadwood

Ok, I mention Wayland because it isn’t X11, of course ;)

This isn’t really that much different than running AROS hosted, is it? A side from window interleaving, I mean. Do the “amiga” programs share memory, or are they each given their own little “amigaos” to run on?

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Re: AxRuntime
Posted on 10-May-2020 15:01:14
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What an amazing project. I can’t wait to have a play. Congratulations!

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bison 
Re: AxRuntime
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@kolla

Speaking of Wayland: if anyone is interested and missed it, this was recently published:

https://wayland-book.com

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bison 
Re: AxRuntime
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@deadwood

Are you using LM 19.3 with Cinnamon for the development system? I want to make sure I install the right version.

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deadwood 
Re: AxRuntime
Posted on 10-May-2020 16:57:24
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@bison

LM 19.3 but with Mate, not Cinnamon

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deadwood 
Re: AxRuntime
Posted on 10-May-2020 17:00:34
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@kolla

There are some notable differences:

Each amiga program is a separate Linux process, meaning the have separate address space.
Since these are Linux programs, they can combine AxRuntime (Amiga API) with existing Linux side libraries.

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AmigaBlitter 
Re: AxRuntime
Posted on 10-May-2020 19:37:14
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@deadwood

I'm impressed. Amiga continue to let talented programmers prove their impressive skill.

Could be possibile to use an IDE on linux to develop for plain Amiga?

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kamelito 
Re: AxRuntime
Posted on 11-May-2020 10:56:59
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@Deadwood

Is a Windows version also planned?

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deadwood 
Re: AxRuntime
Posted on 11-May-2020 17:01:28
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@kamelito

It is possible, but it depends on adoption and demand.

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kamelito 
Re: AxRuntime
Posted on 11-May-2020 17:34:55
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@deadwood

To be honest being able to build an Amiga program and have it running under Windows open more possibilities than Linux. Under Windows you could sell it.

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kolla 
Re: AxRuntime
Posted on 11-May-2020 18:04:04
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@kamelito

Windows can run Linux programs via WSL, so this already works.

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ppcamiga1 
Re: AxRuntime
Posted on 11-May-2020 18:45:20
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This project is worth nothing crap.
Nobody need exec, dos with all its flaws but not compatible with old 68k apps.
First thing that should be done after breaking compability with old 68k apps is to add memory protection.
AxRuntime has not memory protection and has not compatybility with 68k apps it means AxRuntime is worth nothing crap.
Stop this shit and do something worth of use.

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AP 
Re: AxRuntime
Posted on 11-May-2020 19:01:52
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@ppcamiga1: "Stop this shit and do something worth of use."

Maybe you should follow your own advice? I really think you haven't a clue what AxRuntime is about. It´s (beside other things) a way to develop AmigaOS-applications on Linux and using modern development tools for this. What's so bad about that? It has also value for AmigaOS4.

And for your information: deadwood did (beside other things) Gallium3D for AROS. He also updated Odyssey for AROS (which was a benefit for MorphOS and AmigaOS4, too). So he already did many things with "worth of use" for the Amiga-community. What did you contribute again?

@deadwood: Great project, good to see you back!
Do you remember our Amiga Future interview in Lask/Poland ?

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NutsAboutAmiga 
Re: AxRuntime
Posted on 11-May-2020 19:06:19
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@AP

I feel there should down vote system, on forums like this, negative post get fare too much attention.

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deadwood 
Re: AxRuntime
Posted on 11-May-2020 19:13:40
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@kolla

Thanks, I didn't know about this. Seems like an acceptable way to have the "amiga" programs on Windows until "Windows-native" version of AxRuntime is available.

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deadwood 
Re: AxRuntime
Posted on 11-May-2020 19:15:15
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@AP

Thanks. Nice to see you around :)

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BSzili 
Re: AxRuntime
Posted on 11-May-2020 19:17:28
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@AP

Be patient with my friend ppcamiga1. He is blinded by hatred, so he couldn't grasp the working of AxRuntime. This is why he went back into his comfort zone to repeat the mantra about "memory protection" and "compatybility". Recently he already started getting better, but unfortunately he relapsed into talking about excrement again. We have to be understanding about his issues, and not enrage him even further with trigger-words.

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