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Offline dammy

Bounty #31 MorphOS wrapper/emulator (AROS/PPC)
« on: June 20, 2005, 03:52:07 PM »
Bounty #31, MorphOS Wrapper/emulator (AROS/PPC) is now active.  Please remember, no credit/debit cards via Paypal.

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Dammy
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Re: Bounty #31 MorphOS wrapper/emulator (AROS/PPC)
« Reply #1 on: June 20, 2005, 06:17:18 PM »
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dammy wrote:
Bounty #31, MorphOS Wrapper/emulator (AROS/PPC) is now active.  Please remember, no credit/debit cards via Paypal.

Thanks

Dammy
TeamAROS


Hmmm.. combined with the AROS/OSX-Hosted bounty, this could turn out to be the most compatible "Amiga" to date. :-)
 

Offline Senex

Re: Bounty #31 MorphOS wrapper/emulator (AROS/PPC)
« Reply #2 on: June 20, 2005, 08:25:34 PM »
That's the idea. :-) And not only one of the most compatible "Amigas", but also of the most "compatible" with different hardware platforms:

If it gets done, we will be able to run some (hopefully a lot) of our MorphOS apps on all the PPC Linux capable machines, i.e. almost all Macs, Windows/x86-Linux with QEmu, and maybe even the upcoming NG consoles (Sony has announced, IIRC, that it will ship the PS3 with Linux).
 

Offline woof

Re: Bounty #31 MorphOS wrapper/emulator (AROS/PPC)
« Reply #3 on: June 20, 2005, 09:52:57 PM »
Huuuhh
Why if recompliling AROS-PPC with Morphos' structures-rules should it not works already ? :-/

If not of course will need to make converted copies of structures (on the fly) usable by called OS ... :-(
As those structures can change anytime in the morphos binary so will need a reconversion for each os call to AROS
So no need to keep all structures defined in the binary just the passed ones when calling the OS ... but if those structures contains pointers to other structures ...  harghhh :-/
 
Alain :-o