|[News] OS3.9 Boingbag 2 available||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 20-Mar-2002 18:03 GMT by Christian Kemp||125 comments|
Jarmo Laakkonen writes:
H&P is proud to announce the availability of Boing Bag 2 for AmigaOS 3.9
OS 3.9: Boing Bag 2 available now!
20. March 2002: H&P is proud to announce the availability of Boing Bag 2
for AmigaOS 3.9. Boing Bag 3.9-2 contains many bug fixes, small
enhancement and new features in the areas multimedia (AMPlifier, PlayCD,
sound datatype), shell, Workbench (Find, AsyncWB, UnArc, XAD v10),
ReAction and harddisk support. The Boing Bag is delivered in three parts:
The main archive with all the files needed to update AmigaOS 3.9, the
translations into different languages and the contributions (CDDB library,
OpenURL, ClassAction). We want to thank all people that made it possible.
Please download at least the main archive and the translation(s) for the
language(s) you desire. The contributions are optional.
Note: This Update requires AmigaOS 3.9 with Boing Bag 1. AmigaOS XL users
can install the Boing Bag 2 directly.
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|Posted by darklite on 21-Mar-2002 16:34 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 65 (Christophe Decanini):|
>Here we go again.
>Darklite come here to do some provocation.
Sorry, but I just can't resist to make a joke about any Amiga Inc. product being delayed over and over, when the opportunity arises. And I must admit It's funny reading all those comments from trolls (I won't mention any names, as that might be 'provocative').
>As soon as someone replies to him big Dad Bill Hogget come to help him.
>Then Moonsoon or Mekanix will eventualy come to help too.
I don't even think Bill likes me that much :p
I guess you blame them for having a mind of their own too, eh?
>So yes we should register users and ban provocative users like Darklite that >make this place being a continuously flamewar.
And again you want to censor anyone who doesn't live by the Holy Amiga Bible (© Hyperion).
>Result: You are making bad publicy for Amithlon and divide the communauty.
>That not Amithlon users fault but only about 5 guys that make this bad >
Oh, *I* am dividing the Amiga community, I (but not only me) who repeatedly advocated cross-compiling and compatible API's between x86 and PPC? Not Amiga Inc who obviously don't give a damn about the 'classic' Amiga (how about a statement about x86 AmigaOS, it's all been vary vague - a simple yes or no will do), or Hyperion who stab little Bill Gates voodoo dolls and sh*t their pants every time someone mentions x86. It's sad that even you believe their pathetic x86 FUD, which makes no sense at all BTW.
>You blame Hyperion, Bplan, whoever but at least they don't have a bunch of
>trolls that come here regularly to provocate people.
You are one of them, but you don't seem to realise.
>You blame me to have removed a post about a biased benchmark with some
>provocative comments done by the poster. Go somewhere else to do your
>flamewar. It is not a matter of x86 or Amithlon but a matter of attitude.
You removed a perfectly fine post, there was nothing provocative about the post in itself. I'm sure Christian wouldn't have deleted it. Also, I would *never* add my own opinion to a news item. The comment was a joke, hence the smiley. Plus most other comments were very interesting.
Whatever you say, I believe you deleted that post because it wasn't positive about the powerpc. Yet, any post about someone sueing Microsoft never gets deleted, isn't that ironic?
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