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New CodeBench version

The old saying goes: "No news is good news!"

It seems incredible to think that there has not been a public update for 4 years! Just where does the time go?

Well, we think its time to change that. It is understandable to think this project may well have been abandoned due to the silence, but one thing we hate is to announce something before it is ready.

So without further ado:
CodeBench 0.55 is now AVAILABLE for download.


Robert's picture

Just noticed this, nice one!
Downloading now....


New forum for Qt ports

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.

AmigaOS 4.1 Final Edition SDK available for download

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.

vbcc 0.9d C compiler released

  • New libcall interface makes all backends generate much better code, when doing a library call (e.g. for 64-bit arithmetics or soft-float).
  • Supports C99 __func__.
  • Fixed some cases where volatile was not respected.
  • Fixed compiler crash when main() does not return int in C99 mode.
  • Do not perform algebraic optimizations on "pointer - pointer". Makes (char *)p - (char *)0 being treated as integer again.


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vasm 1.7

Frank Wille has released an update of vasm, which is a portable assemble supporting different CPU-families. vasm is a portable and retargetable assembler to create linkable objects in various formats or absolute code. Multiple CPU-, syntax and output-modules can be selected. You can find the new version at vasm official website


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CodeBench 0.42 update now available for download

Yes, it is really true, a new version of CodeBench is now available to download. After two years of constant development, we feel we have finally managed to stabilise the code to a releasable state. Unfortunately, we have had to disable some features due to insufficient testing, but on the whole we are happy with the results.


hypex's picture
Many thanks for the update. Here's one. Look forward ot trying it out. :-)
AmigaOneFan's picture
Simply Awesome! I installed the latest OS4.1 SDK on a new partition, then installed Codebench 0.42. I rebooted, started Codebench 0.42, opened a project I had created last year with the previous version of Codebench, compiled it and ran it...just like that. No issues, no problems, no errors. Everything worked great! Good job!

StormC5 editor released

The first step is taken. The editor module of the prospective StormC5 IDE is completed. It is all PPC native and everything is oriented towards future versions of AmigaOS 4.x. Experience the new StormC5-Editor with lots of new possibilities compared to previous versions and totally compliant to the Amiga look-and-feel. Join now, in a new kind of editing on AmigaOS 4.x!