[quote="Paranoid_Android":3j7ogdl5]People still use Commodore 64’s? 😮 Whats the point? 😕 hehe.[/quote:3j7ogdl5]
Of course yes ! There are still C64 demo categories in the demoscene, soundtrackers, projects ([url=http://lng.sourceforge.net/:3j7ogdl5]linux[/url:3j7ogdl5] for c64, another [url=http://dunkels.com/adam/contiki/index.html:3j7ogdl5]OS[/url:3j7ogdl5] for the C64, a [url=http://tfe.c64.org:3j7ogdl5]Web Server[/url:3j7ogdl5] hosted in a C64 …)
[quote="JimBob":3ncz7lf5]if you do get something working for the amiga…any change of sorting something for the vic 20 and the commodore 64?, i’ve got a casio calculator as well that could benifit ?????
amiga???? 😮 ??????[/quote:3ncz7lf5]
I’m not talking about A500/A1000 series here, I talk about new PowerPC-based platform, or maybe even at AmigaOS-compatible level which also brings systems like MorphOS and AROS into picture. Do some google search before the next burst, please.
In case anyone is actually interested, here are some links:
Ok, that’s too bad Amiga version is not scheduled
I’ve started an OpenGL program using FMOD but if it does not support Amiga 68k and PPC, I’m not sure I will continue using it.
Maybe I will try something like SDL instead.
Too bad cause I find fmod quite good and easy to use.
[quote="brett":lwq84a7v]nope, there’s no chance of this.[/quote:lwq84a7v]
I had to register to get the verification – why there is no chance?
There is a large hobbyist base who probably could port the fmod system various AmigaOS architectures (like AmigaOS 4 PPC, MorphOS PPC and even AROS (x86).
[quote="JimBob":1wwii0gb]if you do get something working for the amiga…any change of sorting something for the vic 20 and the commodore 64?, i’ve got a casio calculator as well that could benifit ?????
amiga???? 😮 ??????[/quote:1wwii0gb]
Don’t talk about things you don’t know … There are a lot of active users, software, projects, games, machines … The pb is, as Brett says it, it is no more a viable commercial market.
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