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07.Jan.2010 (Webseite)

Amiga Round Table: Interview with Hans-Jörg Frieden
For his Podcast Amiga Round Table Richard Lawrence interviewed the AmigaOS-4 developer Hans-Jörg Frieden before Christmas. The 17 MB file can be downloaded under the title link. (snx) (Translation: (dr)

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Interview with Cinemaware founder Bob Jacob
Under the title link Matt Barton has published an interview with Bob Jacob who is one of the founders of Cinemaware. The interview is based on a video from December. (snx) (Translation: (dr)

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Stefan Haubenthal (ANF)

MorphOS: GoatTracker 2.69
Version 2.69 of the C64-Tracker "GoatTracker" was ported by Ilkka Lehtoranta, 'Varthall' and Stefan Haubenthal to MorphOS.

Download: GoatTracker-morphos.lha (1 MB) (snx) (Translation: (dr)

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Pascal Papara (ANF)

AROS: Download version of A-live 09 available
Under the title link you can now purchase and download Pascal Papara's software package called A-live 09 which is also included at the AROS complete system called AresOne.

A-live 09 consists of Tomasz Wiszkowski's burning program FryingPan (incl. licence key) and the text editing software Cinnamon Writer written by Claus Desler as well as of the AROS-drivers for the AresOne-PC. Purchasers of A-live 09 will get future updates for free. Most of the proceeds will get the developers and a part will be used for the AROS bounty program. (snx) (Translation: (dr)

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06.Jan.2010 (Webseite)

AmigaOS 4: C++-Framework Amiga Neat
Amiga Neat written by Luc "jeanluc72" Knaepkens-Duellberg is a C++-Framework similar to QT. It provides all features of C++ for Amiga developers , offers wrapper for all kernel-APIs and includes a lot of subclasses which - according to the author - "make your life more comfortable". (cg) (Translation: (dr)

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Hardware: A-EON announced AmigaOne X1000
Finally after a one-week marketing-campaign today the Belgian-British company A-EON has published detailed information on his AmigaOS 4-hardware which will be called "AmigaOne X1000". According to the website the X1000 is supposed to be availble "still before summer" and will help to establish the Amiga again as combination of "great hardware as well as great Operating System".

They are not still allowed to call the name of the used CPU. Currently it is available only very limited. Most of the readers probably had never seen "one in the wild". "It's a dual-core Power Architecture CPU, with a very low Thermal Design Point".

The specifications of the X1000-motherboard, called "Nemo":
  • ATX Formfactor
  • Dual-core PowerISAâ„¢ v2.04+ CPU
  • "Xena" XMOS XS1-L1 128 SDS
  • 7.1 channel HD audio
  • 4x DDR2 RAM slots
  • 10x USB 2.0
  • 1x Gigabit Ethernet
  • 2x PCIe x16 slots (1x16 or 2x8)
  • 2x PCIe x1 slots
  • 1x Xorro slot
  • 2x PCI legacy slots
  • 2x RS232
  • 4x SATA 2 connectors
  • 1x IDE connector
  • JTAG connector
  • 1x Compact Flash

"Xena" is the configurable microcontroller called XCore produced by XMOS

On a discussion on Robert Trevor Dickinson ("TrevorDick") from A-EON said that the CPU of the X1000 has definitely more than 1,2 Ghz. (cg) (Translation: (dr)

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