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AmigaWorld - Amiga Community Portal


Frogger to go OpenSource

Date 5-Nov-2002 17:22:48
Topic: Software News


In a recent announcement on the Frogger homepages, Frogger is soon set to be released as an Open Source product.

"After being informed that Frogger breaks GPL license, Ive removed the two plugins based on GPL code. Also, Ive put the acknowledgement note on www pages. The source code for LGPL based plugins are now also available.
Moreover, Frogger goes Open Source, cvs with source code and other goodies should be ready within few days."

Hopefully this will not mean the end of development for this player, whose continued enhancements have brought DivX and WMA playback to the Classic AmigaOS user.



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