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The AROS Research Operating System is an effort to implement an Open Source and portable operating system that is compatible with AmigaOS(TM). Originally, it was meant as a direct reimplementation, but already has features not existing in AmigaOS.
ASDRAD is a source code generator which reads a configuration file and generates *.c, *.h, makefiles etc. It's written in Python and uses templates. Output files are for AmigaOS and derivates like AROS and MorphOS.
Advanced Foundation Classes (formerly Amiga Foundation Classes) AFC are a suite of object classes aimed to easy programmer's life during developement.Now they are going Open Source and being ported to Linux (thanks to AROS too)
Sievelog is a message dispatcher inspired by swatch but more focused on the following problems: Having a clean syntax Directing a raw syslog stream to different files based on content Mailing out alerts based on content Being fast Sievelog's syntax is as simple as <regex> -> /some/file. Here's an example that would drop all smbd messages from the server named monkey and drop all nmbd messages into their own file: "monkey smbd" -> /dev/null"monkey nmbd" -> /sievelog/netbiosSievelog is meant to be
A library and tools for opening an application in accordance to a supplied URL. It is explicitly designed to be used by AmigaOS compatible operating systems such as AmigaOS3, AmigaOS4, MorphOS or AROS.
The aim of this project is to provide an open source GPLv2 version of U-Boot second level bootloader, which will load, initialize and start the PowerPC-native version of AROS Research Operating System.
Advanced Foundation Classes (formerly Amiga Foundation Classes) AFC are a suite of object classes aimed to easy programmer's life during developement. Now they are going Open Source and being ported to Linux (thanks to AROS too)