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Announcement   Announcement : AmigaOS and the Console Development - Part 1
   posted by ssolie on 30-Sep-2015 17:51:00 (1634 reads)
There is a new blog on how the Amiga's console evolved from 68K assembly to PowerPC.


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Re: AmigaOS and the Console Development - Part 1
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Re: AmigaOS and the Console Development - Part 1
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Thank you Tony for the blog write up - very interesting read.

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Re: AmigaOS and the Console Development - Part 1
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Re: AmigaOS and the Console Development - Part 1
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I like reading about that stuff. Thanks for the blog entry. Looking forward to the next one.

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Re: AmigaOS and the Console Development - Part 1
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Thank you, very interesting. Impatient to read the following articles.


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Re: AmigaOS and the Console Development - Part 1
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Thanks for the detailed build up for console device it helps developers in future if there were to create on themselves.

I was thinking the whole AmigaOS architecture needs a rewrite built using CORBA interfaces for rock solid building blocks like lego for developers.

We need a paradigm shift in development tools.

If someone writes a draw program and has a unique effect, then that effect or menu operation should also be request able from another application to use its effect.

All of a programs useful tools could be used in this way, via script, or via request from the program using xml instructions to pick up extra commands.

Write once use anywhere.

Anyway ..

I look forward to your progress and hope console will be on on par with professional systems.

Maybe even improved so it allows user to work efficiently and effortlessly.

Really appreciate you hard work in bringing Amiga magic back :D

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