Changing channel

  • By: JAmiga
  • Posted on: 3 January 2012

Picking up my networking work. I created a VMNetChannel which holds all socket/net-related operations and altering VMChannel to only contain file I/O. Looking at where VMChannel is used, I can only find the entries listed in the screenshot.

GDB on os4

Lately i start to write some research-kind article about aos4 internals from the 3d party coder perpective, and while i still works on it, i found that few parts of articles can fits to some small ones, about different aspects. Just something which can be interesting to read for some beginners. And so, as result i just make first one, which cover some first steps with GDB, for someone who not familiar with it, or just want something aos4 specific only.

GDB on os4

Lately i start to write some research-kind article about aos4 internals from the 3d party coder perpective, and while i still works on it, i found that few parts of articles can fits to some small ones, about different aspects. Just something which can be interesting to read for some beginners. And so, as result i just make first one, which cover some first steps with GDB, for someone who not familiar with it, or just want something aos4 specific only.

Bugs found and fixed, networking in progress

  • By: JAmiga
  • Posted on: 15 November 2011
Working on JAmiga's network support I discovered a bug in the class loading. An object of an class extending an abstract class, which in turn implements an interface, couldn't find the interface's methods. It took my quite some time to find that the class didn't search the extended class' interface, but only its directly implemented interfaces. Anyho
w, the fix was easy. So that's yet one bug down.

The AmigaOne X1000 Experience

I received my AmigaOne X1000 system on Tuesday, September 20 after it had been held captive by Canadian customs for an extra day or so. It has been a long journey since I first got wind of this “most ambitious project” years earlier. Thanks to a bunch of lawyers, the model name on the case reads “AmigaOne” but at its heart beats the original Amiga operating system (AmigaOS) which has evolved significantly since its debut in 1985.

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