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hardware OS4   hardware OS4 : AmiDevCpp v0.9 "Monster Pack" available
   posted by Heinz on 8-Jan-2006 17:19:51 (1812 reads)
http://amidev.kilu.net/

The new vervion contains compiler for the following
platforms:

MS Windows, Amiga OS (68k), Amiga OS4 (PPC), MorphOS (PPC),
Aros (x86)

OS4 User have to look for a actual SDK by themselve, because its not freely available at this moment.


The Help Menu, jow contains a "First Steps" Tutorial for AmiDevCpp.

If you have fast Internet Connection, use the Internet Setup to download the more than 100 files:

http://amidev.kilu.net/AmiDevCpp_v09/AmiDev_Internet_Setup.exe

If you have a slow connection, you can download the files manually.

There may be some problems with the new server, so a few downloaded files may be corrupted (< 900kB).
You can download them manually.
    

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miksuh 
Re: AmiDevCpp v0.9 "Monster Pack" available
Posted on 8-Jan-2006 19:53:08
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From: Espoo, Finland

Hmm.. Why Linux is not supported ?

EDIT: Ah ok. It's IDE for the Windows which can compile for the AmigaOS 3.x & 4, AROS and MOS. Not just crosscompiler based on GCC.

Last edited by miksuh on 08-Jan-2006 at 08:05 PM.
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CodeSmith 
Re: AmiDevCpp v0.9 "Monster Pack" available
Posted on 8-Jan-2006 21:59:36
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Does anyone here know if the GCC patch for OS4 made it into the GCC mainline yet? if so, it should be relatively easy to build an OS4 crosscompiler.

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tafka 
Re: AmiDevCpp v0.9 "Monster Pack" available
Posted on 8-Jan-2006 23:09:52
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From: Bristol, UK

Good idea this but where do I install the SDK files?

I can't find that help menu you mention.


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Heinz 
Re: AmiDevCpp v0.9 "Monster Pack" available
Posted on 9-Jan-2006 6:32:33
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Help Menu

Put the SDK Files in:

C:\CrossCompiler\AmiDevCpp\usr\local\amiga\ppc-amigaos\SDK

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Foody 
Re: AmiDevCpp v0.9 "Monster Pack" available
Posted on 14-Jan-2006 0:17:06
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From: Canada

What about us English users? I tried the program it is perfect, only it isn't English so the perfect image is gone . I so wanted to use it for my next upcoming projects for the 68k and PPC Amiga's but without understanding the language or the compiler been in English I have no chance of using it. Please consider making an English version of it, it will be greatly appreciate it. Thanks in advance.

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