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DEVELOPER SOFTWARE
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  Amarquee
  Author: Håkan Parting   Date Verified:
  AMarquee v.54 is a mechanism. With it Amiga programs, Java-applets/applications and ARexx scripts on multiple computers may easily communicate data to each other in a many-to-many, "broadcast" fashion. It consists of two parts, an inetd daemon for the server computer to run, and a Java-package for client computers to run. In addition to functions to connect to the inetd daemon there are functions to wait for connections on a port and also connect to other TCP servers, like web-servers and so on.
     
 
  AmIDE - AmigaOS based IDE system: Summary
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  AmIDE - Amiga Integrated Development Environment is a modern MUI based IDE system that should make the Amiga developer able to use his favourite Compiler system with a modern looking GUI System with features like filetype handling, Build/Make, TextEditor
     
 
  AmIDE - The Amiga Integrated Developer Enviroment
  Author: Jens Langner   Date Verified:
  Many compilers on the amiga platform haven't got a graphical interface and also no very good project managment. That's the point where AmIDE should change your life in developing software for the Amiga™ platform. Our goal is to provide all developers, regardless of which compiler they use, a good structured graphical project management with a smart interface to each compiler. It will also be possible to have different projects that are using different compilers/debuggers. AmIDE will keep track of your depency files and give you the ability to add/remove depency files without changing any makefile or such a thing.
     
 
  Amiga Software Development Kit
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  Amiga will change the way we use cell phones, computers, and other information appliances by removing the barriers between different computing systems. The Amiga SDK 1.01 is the first step to creating applications that are indifferent to the underlying hardware or software platform.
     
 
  Amigabest
  Author: Patrick Jung   Date Verified:
  A site dedicated in amithlon. You can find the last news there, software recompiled for amithlon, support files . As well as forums for this magnificent software
     
 
  AmigaDE Shop
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  Amiga Inc's official online shop for AmigaDE. Buy the playe or any of their many applications here.
     
 
  AmigaOS SourceFORGE Ports
  Author: Diego Casorran   Date Verified:
  Compendium of Open Source projects precompiled for the AmigaOS platform. Also with developer tools/info, all is here you can do it! support us! Support the community!
     
 
  AMOS Factory
  Author: AMOS Factory   Date Verified:
  Greetings, and welcome to the new AMOS Factory web site. After years of little attention being paid to the AMOS Factory I've finally decided to give it a major face lift and a life of its own. I've installed a database driven content system called Post Nuke. I've added most of the functionality of the old AMOS Factory site to this new interface. Please feel free to explore and let me know of any bugs or if you have any suggestions--I really appreciate feedback. My hope is to make this an area for all people interested in AMOS to communicate and learn. Thank you for visiting, I hope you feel welcome here.
     
 
  AMOS Factory Extensions
  Author: Jens Vang Petersen   Date Verified:
  Welcome. First, this is an info-site devoted to the extensions of the AMIGA programing language AMOS. This is NOT intended to be the greatest site on the net, but a site with loads of usefull information. FRAME FREE & JAVA FREE. This site is not optimized for any specific browser, but I'll recomend that you avoid all Windoze browsers whereever posible. Please note that I don't have any rights on the extensions noted here. Some of the extensions are not supported anymore, while others still evolves. All rights for the various extensions remains at the authors and/or publishers.. If you find that I violate those rights in any way then please let me know..
     
 
  AmyCoders
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  A site dedicated to Amiga programing
     
 
  An Introduction to AMIGA Programming Using C
  Author: Amos Factory   Date Verified:
  This is not a tutorial, but rather an introduction to the purpose of this series of tutorials. It also serves as a starting point. Begin here if you are new to Amiga programming. The topics include a general welcome message, a discussion of ANSI C, the rationale behind our choice of a compiler, and helpful links to a powerful development environment that is free for download.
     
 
  Arexx Scripts
  Author: Ron Goertz   Date Verified:
  I enjoy programming, but don't have the time to program in C. Instead, I've turned to ARexx, where I can automate tasks and get my applications working together. Included in this site are several ARexx scripts I've developed, including scripts for creating calendars (both print and HTML), working with dates, re-loading recently used documents, parsing error lines, creating AmigaGuide "family trees," and more. Author of FW Calendar and HTLM Calendar
     
 
  AROS - The Amiga Research OS
  Author: Aaron Digulla   Date Verified:
  Some time back in the year 1993, the situation for the Amiga looked somewhat worse than usual (doesn't it always?) and some Amiga fans got together and argued about what should be done to increase the acceptance of our beloved machine. Immediately the main reason for the missing success of the Amiga became clear: it was propagation - or the lack thereof. The Amiga should get a more widespread basis to make it more attractive for everyone to use and to develop for. So plans were made to reach this goal. One of the plans was to fix all bugs of the AmigaOS, another was to make it an OS of the 90s. AOS was born.
     
 
  AutodocViewer
  Author: Ronny Tennebekk   Date Verified:
  Maker of Autodoc viewer : If you are a developer, then you are likely to known how boring it is paging through your Amiga ROM Kernel Includes & Autodocs bible. Well, your help has arrived. AutodocViewer scans through your autodocs (Commodores and any other autodoc) and locate names to all functions in every autodoc. Then you can click your way into the function you want to see. AutodocViewer is highly intuitive, easy to use and a must for all developers. And EasyAssign and Middle button: a small commodity which remaps the function of the middle mouse button.
     
 
  Betty
  Author: Tim Stack   Date Verified:
  Betty is a new GUI system for the Amiga based on the BOOPSI system. Obviously, other GUI systems are already available and somewhat established so you might be wondering why we need another one. Well, Betty offers some things that other systems don't and I am hoping that these things will bring some developers and users to the system. The features that I'm speaking of are completely free to users and developers, complete source code is available, object tracking, system classes (eg. msgport, message, iorequest, etc...), thread management library amd more
     
 
  BGUI
  Author: BGUI   Date Verified:
  BGUI stands for BOOPSI Graphical User Interface. BGUI is free GUI toolkit for the Amiga OS. BGUI comes with: Software development kit for programming Amiga OS applications in C and E languages., GUI builder, Documentation in Autodoc, AmigaGuide and HTML formats, Documentation editor, Library to create BGUI programs in Arexx, Preferences editor to customize BGUI programs look and feel.
     
 
  BLITZ2000
  Author: David McMinn   Date Verified:
  Welcome to the Blitz 2000 site, your one stop shop for everything Blitz Basic 2 related, and will form the homepage for AmiBlitz2. We hope you enjoy your stay and find the site useful. Archives, Contacts, Installation, Introductions, Links, Mailing Lists and MUCH more!!!
     
 
  C optimisation tutorial
  Author: Adrian Barnett   Date Verified:
  Introduction. This document has evolved over time and contains a number of the best ways to hand-optimise your C-code. Compilers are good, but they can't do everything, and here I hope to help you squeeze the best performance out of your code. This is not intended for beginners, but for more experienced programmers.
     
 
  CanDo Developer Edition
  Author: Christian Effenberger   Date Verified:
  Cando Developer Edition allows the CanDo programmer access to many new commands not available with CanDo alone. The scripts can be loaded into your favorite text editor and then transformed back into CanDo decks. This allows resizable screens and gadgets, detection of Workbench Prefs, selectable screens, selectable fonts, selectable language and much more.
     
 
  cwfloppy - The Linux Catweasel block device driver
  Author: Michael Krause   Date Verified:
  cwfloppy is a Linux device driver for the Catweasel Advanced Floppy Controller manufactured by Individual Computers. The Catweasel is a small ISA device controlling a simple Shugart bus. It is extremely flexible and can be programmed to read and write just about any floppy disk in the world.
     
 
  CyberGraphx Home Page
  Author: VGR   Date Verified:
  CyberGraphX was designed to define an independant graphics standard for Amiga graphic boards. We also wanted to continue our development of Workbench emulations. We included all our knowledge of more than 3 years of graphics board software development for that Amiga which includes Workbench emulation for the Visiona, Domino, PicassoII and now the CyberVision64, CyberVision64/3D, BlizzardVisionPPC and CyberVisionPPC.
     
 
  Digital Almanac Homepage
  Author: Digital Almanac Homepage   Date Verified:
  Digital Almanac Homepage. The best Astronomy program for the Amiga - PERIOD!! Updated regularly. Site in German and English Site also contaijs several datatypes - JPEG, RGFX, PCD, WarpGIF, Asynico.library, zlib and more!
     
 
  Distributed BASIC
  Author: GoldEd   Date Verified:
  Distributed BASIC is a new BASIC interpreter released in form of a shared library. It is designed to be used by developers to add scripting capabilities to their software. It is easy to embed the language into an application and use it as a macro language like Rexx. This project aims at providing an alternative to Rexx as scripting language while being compatible with Rexx on the communication level.
     
 
  DocDatatypes Home Page
  Author: Amarpreet Singh Munde   Date Verified:
  From this page you can find the latest information regarding the DocDatatypes development. DocDatatypes is a set of Datatypes classes for documents. It is a subclass of the text.datatype. Supports DosWord 4, 5 and 5.5, WinWord 1, 2, 6, 95, 97, 2000, 2002(XP), Windows Write 3, MacWord 4, 5, 98, MS Works 3, 4, OS 2 Word, AmiPro 1, 2, 3, WordStar 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, WordStar 2000 1, 2, 3, WordPerfect 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 2000, WordPerfect Notebook, WordPerfect Program, Editor/Ed Editor, WordPerfect Macro Editor, Letter Perfect, Rich Text File, Pocket Word 1, 2, XyWrite III, Psion Quill Doc, QL Quill Doc, Psion Word, Psion TextEd, Palm DB TEXt Doc (compressed and uncompressed), RichReader Doc (compressed and uncompressed), TEAL Doc (compressed and uncompressed), Atari 1st Word(plus), Mac Write 4.5, Mac Text, Mac TeachText.
     
 
  Duff's Amiga Pages
  Author: Allan Odgaard   Date Verified:
  Lots of MUI claseses, Libraries, Programs and Utilities written by the author.
     
 
  EGCS binaries
  Author: EGCS binaries   Date Verified:
  If you know what it is, here you go!!!
     
 
  Embedded Software Development Tools - 68K, ColdFire, CPU32 Family
  Author: Green Hills Software   Date Verified:
  Green Hills Software. Makers of various embedded Software Development Tools for the 68K, ColdFire, CPU32 Family. PC only. ;-(
     
 
  Fabio Soft Web Pages
  Author: Fabio Rotondo   Date Verified:
  Author of CheckLink - check your HTML pages against errors, such as missing links, mispelled files, wrong tags. DOOPSI 2 Revolution - the most advanced authoring system to create Graphical Adventures, such as Monkey Island. PowerInstaller - my personal answer to Commodore's Installer. ReCatIt Professional - one of the coolest tool to localize .catalogs files. WebFX helps you creating astonishing Web effects, like AnimGIF with crossfades, Speed!
     
 
  FoxGUI
  Author: FoxGUI   Date Verified:
  FoxGUI is a library of functions that you can call from your C or C++ programs (and possibly other languages too if you have the know how) to make a whole host of graphical user interface (GUI) objects very quickly and easily. The objects include screens, windows, buttons, list boxes, edit boxes, drop-down list boxes, menus, file requesters and more. You make use of the objects by calling functions to create them.
     
 
  Geek Gadgets
  Author: Cronus   Date Verified:
  Geek Gadgets (GG) is a project organized by Cronus to produce and support AmigaOS and BeOS ports of dozens of the most popular development tools and utilities from the Free Software Foundation (FSF), BSD and other sources. Geek Gadgets provides virtually all the tools you need to get started programming on these platforms, including C, C++, Fortran, and ADA compilers, assembler, linker, and many more. It also provides a port of the X Window System (X11 R6.3). Have a look at the list of available packages for details.
     
 
  Geek Gadgets
  Author: Geek Gadgets   Date Verified:
  Geek Gadgets (GG) is a project organized by Cronus to produce and support AmigaOS and BeOS ports of dozens of the most popular development tools and utilities from the Free Software Foundation (FSF), BSD and other sources. Geek Gadgets provides virtually all the tools you need to get started programming on these platforms, including C, C++, Fortran, and ADA compilers, assembler, linker, EMACS editor, "make", source code control systems (rcs & cvs), text and file utilities, GNU debugger, text formatters (groff & TeX) and many more. It also provides a port of the X Window System (X11 R6.3). Have a look at the list of available packages for details.
     
 
  Gui4Cli
  Author: Dimitris C. Keletsekis   Date Verified:
  What it is : Gui4Cli is a simple interpreted, event-driven language (no need for previous programming knowledge), which allows you to easily construct great-looking, resizable, font-sensitive GadTools GUIs which (among many other things) can be used to form command lines that can be sent to AmigaDOS or an ARexx port of an other program, for execution. It has many other capabilities too, things like directory & database listviews, maths evaluation, graphics, timers, commodities, file notifications, pipes, appicons etc. etc. With it you can control just about any aspect of the Amiga. Think of it as "Visual DOS".
     
 
  Haage & Partner
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  Makers of Storm C, Storm Wizard, PowerASM, WarpUP, AmigaWriter, ArtEffect and much, much more!! Current developers of Amis OS 3.5 and 3.9. Distributers of the Wacom drawing tablet.
     
 
  Hardware Drivers
  Author: Paul Martin   Date Verified:
  Here is a collection of Hardware Drivers for various Amiga boards. Although this software is downloaded from my server I cannot be held responsible if you Amiga stops working/dies/blows up/your sister goes weird etc. after using any of these drivers. Most are downloadable from the manufacturers own homepages. I just thought it would be better to put them all in one place.
     
 
  Hofmann Software Engineering International
  Author: Kai Hofmann   Date Verified:
  Author of DateLib (TM) - A portable ANSI-C/C++ library for date & time calculations. MUI related software - Software for the Magic User Interface. Lib-Install - Installer script for Amiga® shared libraries. Installer Tools - Tools for installer scripts. SGMLS - Amiga port of James Clark's SGML parser. CheckHTML - HTML checker/verifier
     
 
  Increased Development - Software Engineering
  Author: Increased Development   Date Verified:
  Op deze webpages kunt u informatie vinden over de software producten van ID's SoftWare Engineering Projects (SWEP) afdeling. Wij ontwikkelen software voor het Amiga platform. Het Amiga platform, één van de topsystemen in de wereld, bied een multi-tasking en betrouwbaar Operating Systeem welke zeer bruikbaar is voor een breed scala aan multi-media en standaard verwerkingstoepassingen. (Site in Dutch and English Programs for AMOS)
     
 
  John Haubrich
  Author: John Haubrich   Date Verified:
  Author of several good utilites and developer programs for the Amiga. AppTemp - A customizable GUI-driven application generator, KeepPrivate - KeepPrivate strips private information from MUI autodocs and header files, MCC_DataList - DataList.mcc is a subclass of list class which provides easy support for sorting, pattern-match searching, multiple columns and bounded data, MUI2HTML - MUI2HTML is a conversion utility to read MUI autodocs and output HTML equivalents, MCC_TreeList - TreeList.mcc is a subclass of list class which provides support for hierarchical data handling and more!!
     
 
  m4nkind.com
  Author: Tex of Mankind   Date Verified:
  "Mankind demogroup website - featuring demos, various articles and utilities. Mankind is actualy the most signifiant french amiga demogroup.
     
 
  Maverick Software Develoment
  Author: Jacco van Weert   Date Verified:
  Author of ROBODoc - An AutoDoc compatible source documentation retrieval utility. BEAST - BEAST (Building Environment for Amiga SysTems) is an OO language indepented system. BEaSTAR - BEaSTAR will be the main development tool to develope and test BEAST classes. B52 - B52 is a FORTH based scripting language. KOFFIE - The KOFFIE-BEAST classes are having a Java compatible interface, in this way it will be easy to create Java-a-like program in any other programming language. BeaVis - BEAST Visual, the BEAST GUI-Classes, under redesign to make them Java-AWT compatible. GalaxyNG - The source code for GalaxyNG PBeM game.
     
 
  Meet StAHG, the (St)andard (A)miga (H)elp (G)uide
  Author: David Crawford & AmigaZone   Date Verified:
  StAHG is a simple ReAction based tool created for the purpose of making an Amiga's collection of help files easier to access. Naturally, the first question to come up is, "What help files?" The answer is, "Exactly!" Or, if you prefer, all those Help Files all over your hard drive.. StAHG fixes both problems in one whack. StAHG builds a list of all of the documents found in the "Help:" assign and its subdirectories (.doc, .dok, .txt, .guide), then creates "Workbench.guide" in the propor location to satisfy the requirements for the "undocumented feature." Once run, "Workbench.guide" is available to the OS, and StAHG does not need to be run again (unless you want to update your "Workbench.guide")
     
 
  MUI Classes
  Author: Jocke 'Zerohero' Sjöblom   Date Verified:
  Welcome to the MUI Classes page. I've had this idea for quite a long time now, but I've been too lazy to actually work on it. I mainly set this page up, because on most mailinglists I've been on people were complaining that it's hard to know which versions are the latest of all the MUI classes that's around. I thought I had a pretty up to date system, and with some basic knowledge of HTML, this page was born. I don't claim to have a perfect list of classes, but I do believe in most cases that these are the latest available, except for those cases where there are no archives released, just the .mcc (and the .mcp) in some other archive along with some application. There are also links to the homepage of the author, where I've found one, and it's fairly recent.
     
 
  MUIExtend
  Author: Robin Cloutman   Date Verified:
  MUIExtend is a shared library that is meant to ease the creation of MUI applications, especaially for assembly language. I currently haven't got any non-assembler developement information for it, but if anyone is willing to write them for other languages then e-mail them to me and I'll include them in future versions. MUIExtend features:Uses memory pools to buffer taglists, Only uses as much memory as needed., Low stack usage, All object creation information is data rather than code, Efficient code generation macros.
     
 
  Obvious Implementations Corporation
  Author: Obvious Implementations Corporation   Date Verified:
  Welcome to the home of Obvious Implementations Corporation. We are a small electronics and computer consulting & manufacturing firm. Our members met in the course of past employment, and we enjoyed working together. We formed OIC as a vehicle for collaborative projects. We are not accepting new endeavors at this time, however we occasionally support our Amiga C compiler, DICE C. Thank you for visiting.
     
 
  OpenBSD/amiga
  Author: BSD   Date Verified:
  The Amiga port is basically the same as the NetBSD/amiga port but with some additions. The major changes are: New interrupt remapping system, Support for using ISA peripherals via a bridgecard and more!!
     
 
  Optimized Amiga Programming
  Author: Azure   Date Verified:
  Optimized Amiga Programming. ... 680x0 Assembler, C, Algorithms , Amiga Routines ... These pages are dedicated to all amiga programmers, especially to people who are interested in optimizing routines on algorithm and assembler level. You will find a lot of computer graphics related routines and tutorials, as used in recent games and scene-demos, here - like texture mapping, chunky to planar conversion and much more. btw. - in case you think some tutorial is missing here. Feel free to contribute!
     
 
  Patches for Kaffe
  Author: Matthias Hopf   Date Verified:
  Kaffe is a free virtual machine (like Sun's JDK) featuring Just In Time compilation for many architectures. For more information you may take a look at its homepage: http://www.kaffe.org/. This directory contains all patches for the Amiga versions. Some patches are more general and apply to other architectures as well. In general the patches were included in the following kaffe distribution. When information about a patch is available, you will find it in the according .readme file.
     
 
  Poseidon Support Site
  Author: Chris Hodges   Date Verified:
  The Poseidon USB Stack is a software solution that unleashes the possibilities of the Universal Serial Bus (USB) and the devices with USB interface, ranging from mice, keyboards, tablets, joysticks, printers, scanners, webcams, digicams, flash card readers, zip drives, floppy disk drives, harddisks, memory sticks, ethernet adapters, scanners and audio adapters to less common things like power supplies, GPS location devices or finger print readers. It is intended to be a solution for all systems.
     
 
  PowerD
  Author: PowerD   Date Verified:
  Powerful programing language. Full featured. Lots of support. Well developed.. It is simple, I wanted to use fpu, but AmigaE didn't work with it directly, so I used bettermath modules (by Michal Bartczak) and later I did my own fpu modules, but it was quite frustrating when I wanted add a to b to use a function. All that time I got an idea to create my owm programming language, because I was sure that AmigaE will never use fpu and newer processors.
     
 
  Project Petunia
  Author: Álmos Rajnai   Date Verified:
  Experimental Dynamic Recompilation-based Motorola 680x0 Processor Emulation For PowerPC Processors - Project Petunia is an experimental Motorola 680x0 processor emulation for PowerPC based Amigas with dynamic recompilation. Dynamic recompilation (or also called just-in-time compilation or simply JIT compilation) is a technique of translation of the emulated processor machine code to an executer processor machine code on-the-fly. That is why I started this project, and it seems fulfill my expectations. Petunia will be officially the part of AmigaOS4.
     
 
  PureBasic
  Author: FANTAISIE SOFTWARE   Date Verified:
  PureBasic is a programming language based on established BASIC rules. The key features of PureBasic are portability (Windows, AmigaOS and Linux are currently fully supported), the production of very fast and highly optimized executables and, of course, the very simple BASIC syntax. PureBasic has been created for the beginner and expert alike. We have put a lot of effort into its realization to produce a fast, reliable and system friendly language.
     
 
  PYRO-WEB
  Author: Anton Reinauer   Date Verified:
  Makers of Pyro-Mid : A shareware game written on an Amiga 500 in Blitz2 and UDP Funcs : Functions in Blitz Basic2 for creating an Internet multi-player (fast action) game connection
     
 
  REBOL
  Author: Rebol   Date Verified:
  Introducing the REBOL Internet Operating System... First there was email, then the web, then instant messenging. Now there is REBOL/IOS... IOS lets people work together in real-time from anywhere in the world. It transforms physically separated groups into productive, unified teams by providing a direct, secure, and responsive environment for collaboration and sharing . By Carl Sassenrath (One on the creators of the original Amiga OS)
     
 
  ReqTools
  Author: Nico François,Magnus Holmgren   Date Verified:
  Reqtools.library is a standard Amiga shared, runtime library. The purpose of ReqTools is to make it a lot quicker and easier to build standard requesters into your programs. ReqTools is designed with Commodore's style guidelines in mind, all requesters have the look-and-feel of AmigaDOS Release 2. If you use ReqTools in your programs you do not have to worry about requesters too much. You'll have a lot more time to concentrate on the really important stuff your program does.
     
 
  REXX Information
  Author: REXX Information   Date Verified:
  This page is a repository for information on the REXX programming language.
     
 
  Robert W. Benjamin AMOS Page
  Author: Robert W. Benjamin   Date Verified:
  There are some really good AMOS programs to download here... Enjoy them! All of these programs were made by me 'Robert W. Benjamin', with 'AMOS' BASIC language on the AMIGA Computer System. They will not run on a PC or any system that is not AMIGA OS compatible. They are all compiled and are the full versions. Each is archived with LHA and must be unarchived to use.
     
 
  SASG
  Author: SASG   Date Verified:
  Welcome to the SASG INTERNET SERVICES. SASG is an alliance of well-known Amiga shareware authors with the spirit to enrich the shareware community with an unprecedented service & performance. If you are a first-time visitor of our website we advise you to read our introductory help page and the SASG news summary before you proceed. Home Page of MUI, Magic Workbench, MagicCX, and DFA
     
 
  ScriptWare
  Author: Deryk Robosson   Date Verified:
  LOTS of scripts for Perl, Arexx, AmIRC, plus misc programs, & OS3.5 apps and more
     
 
  SDL - Simple Direct Media Layer
  Author: Gabriele Greco   Date Verified:
  This is a porting of the multipurpose multiplatform library SDL (simple direct media layer), created by Sam Lantiga. This library let you create programs that works perfectly on a large range of OSs (Windows 9x/ME/2000/NT, Linux x86/PPC/Alpha, MacOS, xxxBSD, Irix, Solaris, BeOS, AmigaOS...) without any modification! The library is able to handle window/fullscreen video output (using blitter if present, also in the Amiga version), sound (with AHI in the amiga version), keyboard/mouse/joystick events, threads, audio tracks on CDs, endianness and many other things.
     
 
  Tcl (Tool Command Language)
  Author: John Ousterhout   Date Verified:
  Tcl (Tool Command Language) is used by over half a million developers worldwide and has become a critical component in thousands of corporations. It has a simple and programmable syntax and can be either used as a standalone application or embedded in application programs. Best of all, Tcl is open source so it's completely free. Tk is a graphical user interface toolkit that makes it possible to create powerful GUIs incredibly quickly. It proved so popular that it now ships with all distributions of Tcl.
     
 
  Thalion Webshrine
  Author: Alexander Holland   Date Verified:
  A site dedicated to Thalion Software GmbH Amiga games developers from the 1980's and 1990's who developed classics such as Ambermoon, Lionheart and No Second Prize. Downloads, Screenshots and biographies available.
     
 
  The Blitz Basic 2 Library Reference Guide
  Author: Mike Carter   Date Verified:
  A GREAT source of Blitz Basic information.
     
 
  The Linux/m68k Home Pages
  Author: Cxhris Lawrence   Date Verified:
  Linux/m68k is the port of the Linux operating system to run on systems using Motorola's 68020, 68030, 68040 and 68060 microprocessors. Linux/m68k, like other Linux ports, is source compatible with Linux on other platforms. Current releases of the m68k kernel are stable on the Amiga, Atari, many Apple Macintosh models, and several VMEbus single-board computers from BVM, Motorola and Tadpole. In addition, ports are underway with varying levels of progress) to the HP 9000/300 series, the NeXT workstation (black hardware), the Q40 and Q60, and Sun 3 series workstations.
     
 
  The Oberon and Amiga Page
  Author: Ralf Degner   Date Verified:
  What is Oberon? Oberon is both a programming language and an operating system developed by Prof. N. Wirth and J. Gutknecht at the ETH Zürich. The programming language Oberon is an evolution of the well known predecessors Pascal and Modula-2. Oberon features the established principles of separate compilation with strong type checking even across module boundaries. The module concept provides for information hiding. In contrast to Modula-2, the definition modules are not explicit, but generated automatically by a Browser tool. The browser operates on the compiler respresentation of the module interface.
     
 
  The Rexx Language
  Author: Mike Cowlishaw   Date Verified:
  Welcome to the Rexx Language page at IBM Hursley. This page links to documents relating to the Rexx, Object Rexx, and NetRexx programming languages (so what's NetRexx?), gleaned from many sources. Here you will find the latest news, tutorials and other information about the languages, a list of Rexx implementations, links to the Rexx Language Association and the Rexx ANSI standard, and a list of links to other Rexx-related sites.
     
 
  The Unofficial Official SAS/C Compiler Page
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  Information and software for the SAS/C compliler.
     
 
  Tips for Amiga programming
  Author: Tips for Amiga programming   Date Verified:
  I have searched the web for simple programming tips for newcomers on C and Amiga, but haven't found much. So here it is: My very own knowledge database :-) All sources are complete programs and have been succesfully compiled with SAS/C 6.58. Note that unless specified the sources are only tested with WB 3.1 KS 3.1 on a A4000 with a CV64/3D graphic-card. They are not prepared to be started from Workbench. Have you a specific question about C or C on Amiga, don't hesitate to mail me. Note that I only use SAS/C so I can't answer any questions about other compilers.
     
 
  TTEngine. TrueType font engine for AmigaOS
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  TTEngine (formerly known as TTRender) is an AmigaOS library (named ttengine.library) for rendering high quality text using TrueType fonts. TTEngine is based on FreeType2 project. It is not a plain straightforward FreeType port however. TTEngine has many additional functionality implemented. Here are key features of TTEngine: Renders strings (not only single glyphs) with kerning. Has string metrics calculation functions. Optional antialiased text on 16 and 24 bit screens. Font database allows for flexible font files storage and classification. Application Programmer Interface highly compatible with graphics.library. And MUCH MORE!!! Site in English and Polish
     
 
  TUMULT- The Unofficial MUI custom class list
  Author: TUMULT   Date Verified:
  TUMULT is an acronym for "The unofficial MUI custom class list" and that is exactly the contents of these pages. There are two main purposes for this list. First of all it should make it easier for normal users to find and download needed custom classes and secondly it should provide a quick reference for developers who need a certain custom class. The list will only contain classes which have been registered as described on the registrationpage. This means that the completeness of this list will depend solely on the willingness of all custom class authors. Hopefully you will all support this initiative. Unsupported classes or classes which is no longer being developed might be added to the list without the consent of the author - especially if it is not possible to contact the author.
     
 
  ubiqx
  Author: ubiqx   Date Verified:
  Spare parts for Programmers The goal of the ubiqx project is to develop a set of clean, small, re-usable code modules which implement fundamental constructs and mechanisms, and to make them available under the terms of the GNU Library General Public License (LGPL). These are the little training wheels that keep getting re-invented; the small parts in that drawer in the kitchen. It's those things that are always in your way when you're looking for something else, but are never there when you really need them. Our goal is to be the good neighbor who always seems to have the missing flange-screw or cup of sugar that you need when you're in the middle of a project.
     
 
  VersionWB
  Author: Håkan Parting   Date Verified:
  VersionWB is a replacement for the usual c:version command, which uses XfdMaster.library if it's available. If you want the version information to be presented in a requester, this program is for you. Instead of like c:version just tell the version and revision number by default, VersionWB always tells you all it could find.
     
 
  Virtual Programming
  Author: Sales   Date Verified:
  About Virtual Programming . Virtual Programming Ltd develop products for a variety of computer platforms including Macintosh and Intent. Our aim is to develop quality productivity and entertainment software for these platforms both in-house and in collaboration with our development partners.
     
 
  Welcome to the Amiga Support Network.
  Author: n/a   Date Verified: 2015-02-01
  << Archived Link >> Welcome to the Developer Site for AmigaDE / Amiga-Anywhere.
  Date of Archive: 2005-01-28    
 
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