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[News] Pandora EngineANN.lu
Posted on 08-May-2000 09:04 GMT by Christian Kemp6 comments
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This page features another development engine that can, among others, replicate the AmigaOS graphical interface. Take a look at the screenshots page. While this isn't exactly Amiga news, I think it's interesting nevertheless.
Pandora Engine : Comment 4 of 6ANN.lu
Posted by Gabriel Hauber on 07-May-2000 22:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (Victor):
I do not believe it is a hoax. Anyone remember the Games Master System? It was an Amiga product (you can find it on Aminet, still). The author (Paul Manias) evolved it into this Pandora Development Engine. Therefore, this has a definite, verifiable development history.
Check out the old GMS website at http://gms.ethos.co.nz/gms/ and the GMS readme on aminet at http://wuarchive.wustl.edu/pub/aminet/info/www/dirs/aminet/dev/misc/gms_dev.readme to verify this. (I am in now way involved in this Pandora thing, I was curious, and therefore did a little digging).
Gabriel
Pandora Engine : Comment 1 of 6ANN.lu
Posted by Henrik Mikael Kristensen on 07-May-2000 22:00 GMT
Isn't it funny how almost all platforms have some way of emulating the AmigaOS GUI? Why would they want to do that, hmmm? :-)
Pandora Engine : Comment 3 of 6ANN.lu
Posted by Victor on 07-May-2000 22:00 GMT
Probably, but before the download page has some real I see this as a new hoax.
Pandora Engine : Comment 2 of 6ANN.lu
Posted by Colin Wilson on 07-May-2000 22:00 GMT
It almost makes you think the Amiga has something to offer doesn`t it ;-)
Pandora Engine : Comment 5 of 6ANN.lu
Posted by NEO on 08-May-2000 22:00 GMT
Well... I find it as an interesting product worth taking a deeper look at. =) Couse, after all, who knows when ElateOS will be out...?
Pandora Engine : Comment 6 of 6ANN.lu
Posted by Plain English on 11-May-2000 22:00 GMT
Excellent for developers, no good for standard users. People say the MS Windows GUI is complicated, giving them the option of 6 MORE GUI's will intimidate them.
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