|In reply to Comment 128 (myself):|
> phase5 developped powerup, which have been the first ppc kernel for
> AOS. but, it as been replaced by WarpOS.
Not here. Some fools went for WarpOS, which has been discontinued and
is a dead end (although WarpOS programs work under MorphOS).
> phase5 developed the first AOS compatible PPC operating system.
> but, it as been repplaced once more, by AOS4.
No, they didn't develop any operating system. And it certainly can't
have been replaced by something which isn't even released. I think
you're mixing up real events with your dreams about the future,
This has always been the case, remember.
PowerUP would be replaced by WarpOS. Wrong - WarpOS was a dead end.
PowerUP wouldn't have a future - wrong, it is continued in MorphOS.
The PowerUP cards would be superceded by other cards (Escena, Metabox,
Elbox) - wrong, no such cards were ever released.
ELF was a bad executable format and would be superceded by EHF -
wrong, EHF is dead and both MorphOS and OS4 uses ELF.
GCC was a bad compiler and the future was StormC - wrong, GCC is now
the default compiler for both MorphOS and OS4.
Throughout the years, so many people have spelt out the doom of
PowerUP and MorphOS. It has always been based on some future events
that they "know" will happen "soon". It's just that they've been
wrong, again and again and again.