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hardware OS4   hardware OS4 : Guide to Amiga Compatible Programming Updated
   posted by ShInKurO on 4-Jun-2009 10:18:35 (2896 reads)
Hi guys, with help of TAD we have translation a little part of most important chapter of my Guide to Amiga Compatible Programming, I hope it will be appreciated, I hope we will find time to translate all chapter 4, chapter 5 and 6
Suggestions and corrections are welcome, this guide is for you



http://shinkuro.altervista.org/amiga/guida/english/index.htm
    

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Re: Guide to Amiga Compatible Programming Updated
Posted on 4-Jun-2009 11:59:51
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You have forgot some (many..) comments from Elena Novaretti regard MUI........


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Quote:

You have forgot some (many..) comments from Elena Novaretti regard MUI........


Uhm, I've forgot many comments about Elena and -=ONIX=- about GCC and VBCC, but I don't remember any comment about Reaction from Elena, where are them?

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It's MUI only or reaction related too?


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Re: Guide to Amiga Compatible Programming Updated
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Read yourself the italian version...

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afxgroup you have a mail :)

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Well done! I recommend this tutorial to everyone willing to learn how to make a MUI/Reaction GUI, it covers the most recent and recommended programming styles, as well as peculiarities of OS4, MorphOS and AROS MUI implementations. Thanks to it I have made my first Amiga program with a GUI.

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Re: Guide to Amiga Compatible Programming Updated
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About editors: BlacksEditor is good choice for a text editor in MorphOS.


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As someone who's just decided to have a shot at coding for the Amiga, anything like this is greatly appreciated.

Cheers


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@ShInKurO

Thank you!


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Re: Guide to Amiga Compatible Programming Updated
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In chapter 2 about development environments, you talk about good books to have. One is

5) AmigaDOS Manual: it's the only official documentation from Commdore about AmigaDOS,
processes and Filesystem;

I see that the 3rd edition of this book covers up to AmigaOS2.04. Is there a newer version for OS3.x, or was 3rd edition the last one?


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Quote:

I see that the 3rd edition of this book covers up to AmigaOS2.04. Is there a newer version for OS3.x, or was 3rd edition the last one?


yep, it's the latest one, updates are into AmigaMail Vol2, but not at all... I'm sure Colin J. Wenzel
tell you more informations about that book :)

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Just spotted a little error, not exatctly a big thing

Quote:
API (Application Protocol Interface)


I guess that should be Application Programming Interface


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Posted on 5-Jun-2009 22:40:49
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Done!, please moderator modify news:

Now You can active contribute with this project using svn on code.google.com, official address is now:

http://code.google.com/p/guidetoamigacompatibleprogramming/

Please contribute! :)

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Last edited by ShInKurO on 05-Jun-2009 at 11:32 PM.

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Is this something that can be downloaded, i can't see it at the link?

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