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Recent News Submit News News   REV'n'GE! #140 News posted by Seiya on 25-Nov-2022 9:38:13 (118 reads)

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Announcement   Looking for a Video of a Commodore collection including a Commodore LCD com
  Announcement posted by sibbi on 24-Nov-2022 13:22:12 (345 reads)
The group working on the Commodore LCD restoration project as well as the Commodore Historic Society is looking for a video posted on YouTube sometime in the time period between 2005-2010. A teen shooting the video was taken to a basement of a collector which had a Commodore LCD machine on a shelve along with other rare stuff such as a C65. If anyone remembers this, please post the URL of the Video as a reply to this news item. There are very few of these machines known in existence and knowing the history of why that individual came to own one of them could be important.


software Classic   RNOTunes released
  software Classic posted by jPV on 22-Nov-2022 7:09:46 (444 reads)
RNOTunes is a GUI based audio player application with support for many different audio formats, embedded cover images, and scrobbling. A video demonstration of the program is available on YouTube.

The program is available for AROS (i386), AmigaOS 3 (68k and WarpOS), AmigaOS 4, and MorphOS. Please visit its homepage for more information, screenshots, and download links.

- Supports MP3, FLAC, Ogg Vorbis, AAC, AIFF, WAV, Protracker, DigiBooster, SID, AHX, FastTracker II, ScreamTracker, OctaMED, The Player, NoisePacker, ProRunner, Oktalyzer, Impulse Tracker, Ultra Tracker, Ice Tracker, Liquid Tracker, Quadra Composer, and many other formats
- Configurable GUI with a cover image display
- Loads embedded cover images and other metadata from MP3, FLAC, and Ogg Vorbis files
- Built-in scrobbler
- Lyrics display
- Tune properties editor which saves changes to a local database
- Internal playlists
- Import and export playlists from Jukebox, AMPlifier, etc
- Automatic/manual saving of the last session
- All time playcount saving
- Tune rating option
- Extensive file selection functionality
- File delete option
- ARexx, command line, and tooltypes support

RNOInfoScreen has also been updated to support RNOTunes and a new version of it has been released now.

software Classic   Portabl E r6 release finished
  software Classic posted by ChrisH on 9-Nov-2022 7:52:48 (1000 reads)

Portabl E is my recreation of the AmigaE programming language, along with most of the improvements I have wanted. Portabl E works on AmigaOS4, AROS, MorphOS, as well as even Linux & Windows! (It should also work on AmigaOS3, but compiling needs a powerful machine like WinUAE.)

This is the finished r6 release, with the "beta" tag removed, although it hasn't really been beta since the last couple of release.

See the main manual for what has changed since r5. The biggest changes since the last r6 beta release include:
* Added basic Linux support (64bit x86 only), to the same level as Windows, i.e. Shell-only, with no graphics or internet access. This was a major effort, partly due to all the differences (64-bit pointers, case-sensitive filing system, mount-points anywhere, etc), and partly due to all the C headers that needed to be converted.
* Linux: PEGCC now supports cross-compilation (for Amiga & Windows) using the TargetOS parameter, as long as an appropriate GCC cross-compiler is installed.

* Programs will now compile using the latest SDK of AmigaOS4, AROS and MorphOS.
* All OS procedures that can support unlimited parameters now do so, including the Amiga's SystemTags().
* AmigaOS3: No-longer needs a modified "intuition/classusr.h" file.
* Added the 'std/pUnsigned' module, to provide basic support for unsigned number types, and the example program "Examples/std/Shell/crc32.e". Useful for porting certain C algorithms.
* Added the procedures InStrNoCase(), BigMax(), BigMin(), BigFastMod(), IsBigEndian() & IsLittleEndian().
* In 'std/pTime', improved CurrentTime() to take a timezone parameter.

* Fixed FastNew() (and so NEW) which would trash memory, instead of raising the "MEM" exception, if it failed to allocate memory. Thanks to Dimitris Panokostas for reporting symptoms of this long-standing bug, especially as I don't see out-of-memory errors on the OSes I normally use.
* Amiga: The installer would fail at "Copying executables..." if the user-specified path for executables did not contain any (sub) folders, such as "C:" (which sadly was the default). Many thanks to "Zendarion" for the bug report.
* Windows: In 'std/pTime', CurrentTime() now returns the correct time when DST is in effect.

* I've renamed the language from "PortablE" to "Portabl E" with a space, in the hope of making it more easily searchable on the internet (as well as clarifying how to pronounce it). But the "PortablE" command name itself is unchanged.

You can download it from here:
The new release is not YET available from Aminet, as I'm still struggling to get it uploaded, but hopefully eventually the new version will be here:

Portabl E comes with documentation, but you can always find the latest version & on-line documentation from it's homepage:

News   Amiga Future issue 159 released
  News posted by AndreasM on 5-Nov-2022 13:03:17 (477 reads)
The English and German issue 159 (November/December 2022) of our print magazine Amiga Future has been distributed today, and can also be ordered directly from our editorial office at Amiga Future, and from other Amiga dealers that stock it.

Magazine Content:

Review Pagestream
Review Dynatech 30th Anniversary Edition

and so much more ... if you haven't already, right now might be the best time to get your collectable copy ordered, before they're all sold out!

For a more detailed description of its contents and previews of this issue click-on link of the Amiga Future magazine hompepage.



software Classic   Hollywood 20th anniversary: XLSX plugin released
  software Classic posted by softwarefailure on 4-Nov-2022 22:08:45 (514 reads)

On November 4th 2002, Airsoft Softwair, the hardest working men in code business, released Hollywood 1.0 for 68k AmigaOS. Originally advertised as a multimedia authoring solution, nobody would have expected back then that this software would turn into a cross-platform programming language for lots of platforms with dozens of plugins for all kinds of tasks. Now, 20 years later, Hollywood is still going strong, receives regular updates and new plugins, and is used by many people around the globe. All of this would not have been possible without the continued support of many Hollywood enthusiasts in the past 20 years. Only the positive feedback we received right from the start made us continue developing Hollywood into what it is today.

As a little "thank you", we proudly present yet another plugin for Hollywood: XLSX. The XLSX plugin makes it possible to conveniently read and write XLSX documents from Hollywood scripts. It offers a wide variety of functions to set and get cell values, cell types, cell formulas, document/worksheet properties and several other attributes. It also offers an iterator function for a high performance iteration of a large number of cells.

On top of that, the XLSX plugin also supports the new serialization interface introduced in Hollywood 9 which means that scripts can conveniently serialize Hollywood tables to XLSX documents by just a single call to Hollywood's SerializeTable() function. In the same manner scripts can also deserialize whole XLSX documents into Hollywood tables by a single call to Hollywood's DeserializeTable() function. It just doesn't get any easier!

Of course, the XLSX plugin also comes with detailed documentation in various formats and integrates seamlessly in the Hollywood IDE, including live help. The XLSX plugin is now available for free download from the official Hollywood portal. Thanks to everybody for all the support in the past 20 years and here's to the next 20 years, cheers!

This release was brought to you by the hardest working men in code business.

News   New articles on Obligement
  News posted by Daff on 1-Nov-2022 15:42:55 (406 reads)
The following articles have been added to the website of the Amiga magazine Obligement ( during the last two months:

- September/October 2022 news.
- Old articles from Joystick 55 to 65: Interview with Jérôme Bonaldi and David Gonner, Review of All New World Of Lemmings, Review of Flink CD32, Interview with Stéphane Picq, File: And if piracy was essential, Review of Pinball Illusions, Review of Sim City 2000, File: Music in video games, Review of Alien Breed Tower Assault, Review of Cannon Fodder 2, News: Atried Concept my new name is Pearson, Review of Fields Of Glory, Review of Super Stardust, etc.
- Report: Amiga 37.
- Interview with Jérôme Senay (editor of Boing magazine).
- Interview with Matt Gray (musician).
- Review: Wrong Way Driver.
- Review: BePlayer 1.4.
- Hardware: Furia EC020.
- File: History of Trecision (part 2).
- Tutorial: Building an AmigaOS 4 cross compiler (Binutils 2.23.2 & GCC 8.3.0) on MSYS2.
- Tutorial: Installing MorphOS (update).
- DIY: Mounting an HxC SD and a floppy drive in an Amiga 600.
- Misc: Irving Gould's villa.
- Special quiz on MUI.

Rendez-vous on for this nice reading.
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Announcement   Special Amiga37 Edition of AmiKit for Raspberry Pi
  Announcement posted by AmiKit on 30-Oct-2022 21:37:26 (840 reads)

A pre-installed AmiKit on a bootable 64GB microSD card in a stylish branded case (for up to 24 microSD cards) is now available for purchase online. It was first introduced at amazing Amiga37 show in Germany (check our photos and videos from there on Facebook).


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News   Planned release date for RESHOOT Proxima 3
  News posted by AndreasM on 29-Oct-2022 10:02:20 (574 reads)
Richard Löwenstein is currently working very hard on the completion of his new game RESHOOT Proxima 3.

If no other major problems arise, the game will be released by APC&TCP on March 15, 2023.

Until then, you can of course pass the time with RESHOOT R. :)

So that nobody really misses the release of RESHOOT Proxima 3, we have set up an email notification.

Just write an email to with the subject "RESHOOT" and you will receive information when RESHOOT Proxima 3 is released.

After the release, the RESHOOT notification list will be deleted by us. This is also NOT a pre-order.

Of course, as usual, we will also inform you about the release via all our channels such as APC&TCP webpage, Amiga Future webpage, Android app, email newsletter, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter.
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