Hyperion Entertainment is very pleased to announce the immediate availability of a new and updated Software Developer Kit (SDK) for the latest version of AmigaOS 4.1. (i.e. after applying all the publicly released updates).
Besides some enhancements and numerous bug fixes the focus was on improving the m68k-kick13 target and adding a 16-bit int mode, which was common in the early Amiga years (and may be useful for 68000 code).
Amiga installers are available for AmigaOS 2/3/4, MorphOS, PowerUp and WarpOS. For all other systems a working cross compiler is just a "make TARGET=m68k" away.
We would like to inform you that since today you can upload files at your forum topics as well as when you reply. The maximum number of files are 5 and currently allows the upload of the following file types: txt, lha, zip, jpg, png, jpeg, gif, readme.
In case you guys need different file types to be supported, please inform us from the contact page.
Today we added new ways to register or login to our site. Use your Facebook, Twitter or Google+ account and get access to our forum right away.
To do so, you will find the equivalent icons at the bottom of the Login/Registration forms.
A new forum added that is about Qt ports for AmigaOS 4. If you worked on a port or you want to do one and you need help, add there your questions. If you need to request a port, you can also add this there, where developers will see it and maybe someone decide to work on the application.
The new forum can be found here.
If you already did a port and you want to say a few words on how you did it, what problems you had, a new blog article is always a great way to inform users about.
Hyperion Entertainment CVBA is pleased to release the Software Development Kit (SDK) for the largely successful AmigaOS 4.1 Final Edition.
This SDK enables third party developers to access all the enhancements and new features added in AmigaOS 4.1 Final Edition including:
New components such as btree.library, diffview.gadget, diskio.library and z.library.
Submitted by Robert on
Just noticed this, nice one!