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Software News   Software News : Stephan Rupprecht releases "Reaction.lib" alternative
   posted by _Steve_ on 11-Nov-2002 13:53:31 (1430 reads)
Stephan Rupprecht has released an alternative to the NDK 3.5/3.9's reaction.lib for software developers. The reaction.lib contains support functions for the ReAction GUI classes from AmigaOS 3.5 and up.

This release is NOT an official Update from Amiga Inc., but a redevelopment of most of the original SAS/C reaction.lib which is shipped with the NDKs for 3.5 and 3.9.

The librarys full source code, project file and binary for StormC4 as well as a modified clib are included (unsupported functions have been removed).

Download ReactionLib (11K LhA archive)
    

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