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Internet News   Internet News : Sonic Arranger Sources Retrieved!
   posted by spotUP on 9-Apr-2007 15:34:59 (1783 reads)
08.04.2007

Nagged by a swedish guy (yepp, the never resting one, me! /spotUP), I spent some time on my homepage again. I moved the old static contents to a MediaWiki. I also copied all my Amiga files from my A3000 to WinUAE, and digged for my old Amiga source files. I will put them all online the next days. Especially the Sonic Arranger users might find it useful to access sources, and maybe complete the partial MUI version or add AHI support - who knows

http://www.vahanus.net/~csc/wiki/index.php/Main_Page

So, AOS4 version anyone? :) This tracker rocks!
    

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Re: Sonic Arranger Sources Retrieved!
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Way to go, spotUP!


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Re: Sonic Arranger Sources Retrieved!
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Especially the Sonic Arranger users might find it useful to access sources, and maybe complete the partial MUI version or add AHI support - who knows



Releasing the source would open the possibility for a OS4-port.

But there is a need for a knowledge of PPC-assembler programming, because (like in other similar good tracker) the source is partialy written in assembler.

The other possibility, is to "retranslate" the assembler-parts into C, because on PPC-machines the speed is not as important, than on 68k-machines.


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