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Miscellaneous News   Miscellaneous News : ArosMax review and AROS status update
   posted by MikeB on 6-Jan-2005 20:10:10 (2839 reads)
Paul Gallant has written a small review about ArosMax for Windows at OSNews. Also Daniel Holmen has written an AROS status update. AROS is an open source OS effort aiming for AmigaOS 3.1 compatibility.
    

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Re: ArosMax review and AROS status update
Posted on 6-Jan-2005 20:53:00
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These Guys are doing a knock up job (Just imagine if we had these guys also working on the AOS4 project, Things would be moving even quicker {not to take away from the Excellent work that Hyperion is doing but it would help things move along much quicker} ).

Anyway, I wish the Aros team the best.

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Re: ArosMax review and AROS status update
Posted on 6-Jan-2005 22:50:32
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Quote:

These Guys are doing a knock up job (Just imagine if we had these guys also working on the AOS4 project, Things would be moving even quicker {not to take away from the Excellent work that Hyperion is doing but it would help things move along much quicker} ).


Hyperion are quite welcome to us the AROS code if they wish. MorphOS team does.

AROS License


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Re: ArosMax review and AROS status update
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Only why would they use the code, they are doing something better and that is OS 4.0 :)

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Re: ArosMax review and AROS status update
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@Foody

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Only why would they use the code, they are doing something better and that is OS 4.0 :)


Apples and Oranges.


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Re: ArosMax review and AROS status update
Posted on 7-Jan-2005 5:56:13
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Isn't there AROS code in previous versions of AmigaOS?


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Re: ArosMax review and AROS status update
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ColorWheel and some other thing right?

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Re: ArosMax review and AROS status update
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@Dan

I thought Colourwheel was in Workbench 3.1, or have the AROS team made a better version that is now used?

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Re: ArosMax review and AROS status update
Posted on 7-Jan-2005 15:36:41
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@Steady

3.1 colourwheel doesn't work in hi-/true-colour. 3.9 colourwheel however does, I think.

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The AROS-version of colourwheel with 24-bit rendering was used in WB3.5 and WB3.9.
Also some other colourthingy I think?

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Cool. Learning something new every day.

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Re: ArosMax review and AROS status update
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@Dan

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Also some other colourthingy I think?

I'd guess that that would be the gradient slider then.

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Re: ArosMax review and AROS status update
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Yes, there is some AROS code in OS3.9, colorwheel in prefs amongst others

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