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Peeri the Sunlight

Posts 33
14 Apr 2018 23:04


Is there any estimation when Vampire machine language programming guide and SDK will be ready?

- spec of AMMX and new instructions.
- memory map of SAGA registers
- guidelines of programming 080
- Opcodes of new instructions
- expansion ports etc, pamela...

Just a text/pdf file for printing of docs. Amiga guide would be nice addition.
HTML in heavy platform -- no thanks... (need to be Amiga friendly!)


Gilles Dridi

Posts 31
10 Oct 2019 19:17


Is there a preferred SDK ?

AmigaOS3.5

AmigaOS3.9 ?

AmigaOS3.1.4 ??

No documentation at all for AROS ...

Thank(s)


Jamie Gilbert

Posts 1
10 Oct 2019 19:26


Do we have a software package manager for VAMPIRE?
Would be ideal if you want to push developers into writing software for it.


Vojin Vidanovic

Posts 1596
10 Oct 2019 19:30


There are os3.5 and os3.9 sdks.
 
  Vamp instructions in assembly can be found at instructions sections at top of this page.
 
  Ammx instructions are as same as Intel x86 mmx

Package manager as apt update no, but see Grunch and AmiUpdate at Aminet.

Since Classic was abandoned by Amiga Inc and Hype around 2000-2005, only user made solutions on aminet and Aros exec can save the day
 


Olaf Schoenweiss

Posts 551
11 Oct 2019 08:26


that is not true that there is no documentation regarding aros
 
  EXTERNAL LINK   
  https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Aros/Developer/Docs#AROS/AmigaOS_APIs_and_Docs

and
EXTERNAL LINK 
 
  and of course you can add any amiga library


Wawa T

Posts 690
11 Oct 2019 12:59


other than that aros is meant to be compatible with the genuine os. si if the extra functionality doesnt need to be taken into account, the genuine developer documentation will be appropriate to get along.


Manfred Bergmann

Posts 127
11 Oct 2019 17:52


It would be great if more higher level languages could make use of the Vampire features.
I'm thinking about AmigaE, AMOS, BlitzBasic/AmiBlitz.

I'm not so much an assembler hacker and C I try to avoid. Much too slow feedback loop.

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