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Offline Franko

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Re: new os3.x software ?
« Reply #134 from previous page: November 17, 2010, 07:54:05 AM »
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AWeb is actually open source, so might be easier to just download the sources than disassemble :-)


I have the source code for AWeb dowloaded, but they are written in C, as I only write in M68k I need to disassemble the original prog to get it in 68K code... :)

It's a bit of a pain though as the code is scattered all over the place and even with ReSource it's very time consuming trying to disassemble it properly, but from what I have disassembled so far (about 40%) I can already see lot's of places where the code could be optimized and hopefully sped up... :)
 

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Re: new os3.x software ?
« Reply #135 on: November 17, 2010, 10:14:33 AM »
I'm another classic 68k user (50Mhz 68030, 16Mb RAM).

My wishlist (in order of priority):-

1. Port of an SSH client (for example, Putty)
2. Modern, efficient TCP/IP Stack (someone was working on this - but news has gone quiet?)
3. CSS Browser

I'd also like someone to compile a package of known good datatypes with easy installer.  I've spent hours installing datatypes manually, with some (for example PNG) still refusing to work.   Perhaps such a bundle already exists?

Steve

Edit: I'd purchase (or contribute to bounties) for all the above, too.
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Re: new os3.x software ?
« Reply #136 on: November 17, 2010, 10:23:17 AM »
There are a few PNG datatype packages on Aminet here...

http://aminet.net/search?query=png+datatype

I personally use the "PNGdt44.lha" package and it runs fine with my OS3.5 system... :)
 

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Re: new os3.x software ?
« Reply #137 on: November 17, 2010, 10:23:25 AM »
That is amazing cammy. i wish my computer was that cool.
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Re: new os3.x software ?
« Reply #138 on: November 22, 2010, 03:53:51 PM »
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I'm another classic 68k user (50Mhz 68030, 16Mb RAM).

My wishlist (in order of priority):-

1. Port of an SSH client (for example, Putty)
2. Modern, efficient TCP/IP Stack (someone was working on this - but news has gone quiet?)
3. CSS Browser

I'd also like someone to compile a package of known good datatypes with easy installer.  I've spent hours installing datatypes manually, with some (for example PNG) still refusing to work.   Perhaps such a bundle already exists?

Steve

Edit: I'd purchase (or contribute to bounties) for all the above, too.

1. Here's several ports of OpenSSH http://linuxmafia.com/ssh/amiga.html

2. I haven't had any issues with Genesis, but more the merrier, as long as it's still backward compatible with other software.

3. Netsurf supports CSS (if I could ever get it to work) and http://home.kpn.nl/spijk336/browser/home.html looks to be an interesting project.

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Re: new os3.x software ?
« Reply #139 on: November 22, 2010, 04:01:11 PM »
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I have the source code for AWeb dowloaded, but they are written in C, as I only write in M68k I need to disassemble the original prog to get it in 68K code... :)

It's a bit of a pain though as the code is scattered all over the place and even with ReSource it's very time consuming trying to disassemble it properly, but from what I have disassembled so far (about 40%) I can already see lot's of places where the code could be optimized and hopefully sped up... :)


Nah, you don't need to disassemble it mate. GCC outputs the 68k source that it creates from the .c file as a .s file for you.
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