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Software News   Software News : Hollywood for AROS
   posted by softwarefailure on 21-May-2005 23:58:09 (2791 reads)
Airsoft Softwair is proud to announce that all future versions of Hollywood will also be released for the free Amiga Research Operating System AROS. An internal beta version of Hollywood 2.0 was already successfully ported to i386 native AROS and works great.


Click on this link to see some screenshots of Hollywood in action on AROS.

With native support for AROS, the circle is finally closed and Hollywood supports all the different Amiga compatible operating systems. Of course, AROS support means also that you can create i386 native AROS programs with your Hollywood version running on AmigaOS4, MorphOS, AmigaOS3 or WarpOS. Furthermore, AROS users can compile their scripts for MorphOS, AmigaOS3, AmigaOS4 or WarpOS. So no matter which Hollywood version you use, you can always save your scripts for all the different Amiga platforms. Stay tuned, as there is more to come.

AROS is the Open Source APL operating system API compatible with AmigaOS version 3.0 and 3.1. For more information see Aros-Exec - Wiffy
    

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Re: Hollywood for AROS
Posted on 22-May-2005 7:57:52
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*wow* There's an eyeopener.. I had no idea AROS had that kind of impact. Cool, congrats to all AROS ppl.

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Hollywood for AROS


Geez they are going to make a movie about Aros?

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AROS is the Open Source Amiga Public License operating system API compatible with AmigaOS version 3.0. For more information see Aros-Exec - Wiffy


APL stands for AROS Public License, not Amiga Public License. Also, AROS' stated aim is to be compatible with AmigaOS versions up to 3.1, not 3.0, although, at all effects, it's also compatibile, to some extents, with newer versions and also with MOS.

Just to be clear

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Woohoo!!!

How about supporting AROS-PPC now that we have it?


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Excellent! Another reason for people to use AROS (or atleast one less reason not to). Now if only they'd add 68k emulation...


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Impressive support.

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Excellent. Just waiting for the promised PowerPoint import/export module now - OpenOffice Impress import/export would be just as good.


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Excellent! Another reason for people to use AROS (or atleast one less reason not to). Now if only they'd add 68k emulation...


Shouldn't be much longer now.

http://thenostromo.com/teamaros/bounty_details_7.html


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Great !

This might, no, this WILL boost Hollywood sales and uses !

I wish all developers did this.....

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@ChrisH:

68K emulation? screw that! Strike a deal with the guys behind PearPC and we'll finally be able to have an NG Amiga laptop! (AMD64 inside )

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We will be able to run our Amiga made presentations on a stock pc! This is a encouraging thought.

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Is there any way to run Hollywood presentation easily on x86?

I might use Hollywood for some presentations if I can play those presentations on x86 boxes at work.

I could consider buying AA version of Hollywood player, if available...
Yes, windows version of the latest AA player needs to be available first...

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Several things to mention:

AROS boots off a floppy and there is an AROS LIVE! cd that you can boot the OS right up from a CD, so you wouldn't even have to load the OS onto someone's PC hard drive.. Forget Windows as it's not necessary.. You could have your presentation and CD all on one burnable d.

Second of all 68K emulation? Wouldn't that be like AROS UAE?? Sounds more than enough to run all the 68k programs I'd want on cheap hardware..

Also don't many people use E-UAE on OS4 for compatibility issues too?? I am just happy that the x86 has a "classic" amiga-like environment for it..

We don't have to compare AROS to OS4, they run on different CPUs and have different feature sets. I am just glad to see AROS on industry standard hardware (not the PPC)..

This is very cool.. Go Hollywood!

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Also don't many people use E-UAE on OS4 for compatibility issues too?? I am just happy that the x86 has a "classic" amiga-like environment for it..


* OS4.0 don't like software bugs,

* ECS and AGA games don't work on AmigaOne,

* Programs whit sound don't work well, some times you can get this work whit NallyPuh paula emulation for Amiga, if you don't run in to truble whit an other chip called CIA, used for timeing.

any thing else is likely to run.

If you owen an Amiga4000 or 1200 running os4. you will not have any problems of this scale.

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@KimmoK

Hollywood doesn't need a player. It compiles its presentations to native binary to be a stand-alone application. All it needs is an Amiga-like operating system like AROS to be able to boot up.

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@DonnieA2

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Second of all 68K emulation? Wouldn't that be like AROS UAE?? Sounds more than enough to run all the 68k programs I'd want on cheap hardware...

Also don't many people use E-UAE on OS4 for compatibility issues too?? I am just happy that the x86 has a "classic" amiga-like environment for it


There is an experimental version of EUAE for AROS on http://RCDrummond.net that includes the JIT compiler from WinUAE.

Hollywood, as I mentioned in my previous post, compiles to a native binary on all supported platforms (cross-compilers included). So once you develop a Hollywood script on one platform you can compile it to all of them.

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