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Coding tools
Hi, it would be nice if the coding tool section would grow. I miss an hint to "tIDE", a tiny IDE for the "quick compile" which I used the last few weeks to do some minor stuff (i.e compiling examples from the Developer CD). It can be found here: http://os4depot.net/index.php?function=showfile&file=development/ide/tide.lha
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Strangely, it was tIDE that
Strangely, it was tIDE that first got me coding again for AmigaOS. Conversely, it was the lack of development that spurred me into creating CodeBench. Strange coincidence, no? :) Simon
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Great program from the very
Great program from the very first release. But, unfortunately seems dead, and from the other hand there is codebench still free.
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I've written replacements for
I've written replacements for bumprev and catcomp commands that can be used with a cross compiler (non-AmigaOS) setup. They are written in ruby so should work on any platform that has a working ruby interpreter installed. The programs are released under BSD license. http://www.a500.org/downloads/development/bumprev_7z.readme http://www.a500.org/downloads/development/catcomp_7z.readme http://www.a500.org/downloads/development/stripsvn_7z.readme
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Just uploaded 1.1 version of
Just uploaded 1.1 version of idltool replacement which can be used to generate proto, interfaces and inline4 includes from .xml file. http://www.a500.org/downloads/development/idltool_7z.readme
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Quote:I've written
I've written replacements for bumprev and catcomp commands that can be used with a cross compiler (non-AmigaOS) setup. They are written in ruby so should work on any platform that has a working ruby interpreter installed. The programs are released under BSD license.
That's great stuff. I was considering doing the same in Python because we have Python integrated in the OS already.
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Catcomp 1.2 is now able to
Catcomp 1.2 is now able to generate .catalog files: http://www.a500.org/downloads/development/catcomp_7z.readme Fdtrans replacement: http://www.a500.org/downloads/development/fdtrans_7z.readme
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Quote: That's great stuff. I
That's great stuff. I was considering doing the same in Python because we have Python integrated in the OS already.
Well there is an old version of miniruby on OS4Depot. I tried compiling a 1.9.x version of ruby for OS4 a while ago but I didn't get much further than compiling the miniruby interpreter either. Unfortunately you can't crosscompile ruby (the build system doesn't allow it) and compiling on SAM440 just takes too long...
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