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Topic: Programming

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EU Said No To Software Patents
Posted by: ironfist on Wednesday, July 06, 2005 - 15:28
Submitted by ironfist
PUH! That was a close one..

The European Parliament today said no to US-style software patents. Read the entire story here.

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EU Software Patent Directive Getting Hot
Posted by: ironfist on Sunday, July 03, 2005 - 13:58
Submitted by ironfist
On July 6th the European Parliament will vote either 'yes' or 'no' to US-style software patents. To stop the patents they need a minimum of 367 votes. Everyone absent from the voting will automatically vote 'yes'. The story over at Slashdot gives you more info and links to what you can do to stop software patents.

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Ambient @ SourceForge
Posted by: gunne on Monday, March 21, 2005 - 12:57
Submitted by gunne
Ambient @ SourceForge got a new layout.

Ambient web site

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Java for PowerPC
Posted by: ironfist on Tuesday, March 08, 2005 - 10:12
Submitted by ironfist
Bill Buck and Raquel Velasco wrote on PPCZone that a Sun certifiable JVM implementation is coming - hopefully before September this year. This JVM will run on 7447A and 7448 and of course the Open Desktop Workstation (with suitable CPUs).

For more information - please contact Bill and Raquel.

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MorphOS Ambient now on SourceForge
Posted by: gunne on Thursday, February 24, 2005 - 19:12
Submitted by gunne
MorphOS Ambient is now a project on SourceForge.net

Find it here

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OpenPCI 2.0
Posted by: gunne on Sunday, February 20, 2005 - 11:25
Submitted by gunne
OpenPCI 2.0 is now available for 68k & MorphOS.

New

- New OpenPci.library v2.0 for 68k and MorphOS
- New RTL8139 drivers updated
- New Terratech 512i/FM801 AHI Driver 68k

Read furher information here



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GoldED Studio "Developer Edition"
Posted by: ironfist on Saturday, January 15, 2005 - 10:44
Submitted by ironfist
Dietmar Eilert presents the specially priced GoldED Studio "Developer Edition". Besides GoldED it also includes all C/C++ components needed. It is not aimed towards office use.

If you need a well-priced C/C++ package for MorphOS try this out for only 39.90 EUR + shipping.

Click 'Read more' for details.

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Library tutorial for MorphOS
Posted by: gunne on Thursday, January 13, 2005 - 19:33
Submitted by gunne
Through the link below you will find a tutorial in writing native libraries for MorphOS.

Tutorial

Thanks to Ilkka Lehtoranta !

www.lehtoranta.net

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FreePascal 1.9.7 for MOS
Posted by: ironfist on Wednesday, January 05, 2005 - 18:11
Submitted by ironfist
New MorphOS build of Free Pascal Compiler is out. The most significant change is the support for libraries using SysV ABI. So nothing prevents creating Pascal-written apps using eg. TinyGL or PowerSDL any more. There were other smaller changes too, and of course the compiler core is updated to latest CVS version as usual.

Download
Readme

Source: MorphZone

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EU Council to Pass Software Patents without voting
Posted by: ironfist on Sunday, December 19, 2004 - 08:46
Submitted by ironfist
The EU Council will pass the Software Patents Directive on Monday without any voting nor debate.

Once the Council has adopted the directive, it will go back to the EU Parliament for a second reading. The Parliament will then have three months in which to make its views known.

Read the article over at ZDNet.

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