Amiga OS 4.2

InstallerGen is a small application for generating basic installer scripts for use with Commodore's original Installer tool. It takes a lot of the mundane coding out of the equation using a nice MUI window to arrange the steps the installer should take. Files can be added individually, or in bulk, and sanity checks will be carried out to warn you of some potential issues. As it's only simple however, it can't replace the more powerful features of the Installer language, but it can save you a lot of the legwork! InstallerGen supports most of the common installer script features including:
SMBMounter is a simple commodity with an easy-to-use GUI which allows you to save a list of shares, create and edit them easily, and mount and unmount them at the click of a button. Because it's a commodity, it will happily sit in the background and pop up whenever required with a hotkey. It uses SMBFS (and portions of Samba) to do the actual nitty-gritty networking stuff, but takes the nasty edge off coming up with the command-line arguments yourself. Features include:
  • Searching the local network for servers
  • Searching a selected server for shares
This project is an "Alien Executable" Launcher with Virtual Machine and Emulator functions, written for AmigaOS 3.x and 4.x to support *host*ing virtual machines with Emulation if needed. NOT to be confused with running AmigaOS4.x on a Virtual Machine (STOP ASKING ABOUT THIS!!!)
Capure Challange is a game for programmers based on the ACM Queue programming challenge of 2010. It provides the engine for a game of "capture the pucks" between two strategy programs running as separate processes. The OS4Depot download is at capturecontest.lha.
A simple program using PIPE: to provide a logging window for multiple clients to send messages into.
Editor for creating/updating AmigaGuide Files.
Aglet Native PPC Modula-2 Compiler for Amiga OS4 Simple IDE for editing, compiling, linking Support for Amiga Library Interfaces Programming Support modules for Amiga specific and general usages.
A handheld/carryable device which utilises a modified Sam460 with a trimmed version of Amiga os 4.x that is to be used in the non IT-sector. (Not multimedia) The sam460 were choosen because of its FPGA, UMTS/GPS support, low profile. AmigaOS 4.x were choosen because I felt for it. More details when patents are taken care of and more progress is done.
UPDATE: As I am busy with Jack, this project is on hold until further notice. Might be able to program it in Hollywood once I've got a working multi-lined text box. Source Libraries Required
  • - LibCurl
  • - Collection of functions, and classes for string manipulation.
  • - XML Parser Library
Miscellanous All C++ tools to share workbench screen


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