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[News] YAM source codes at SourceForge.netANN.lu
Posted on 04-Nov-2000 12:18 GMT by Christian Kemp12 comments
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Marcel Beck writes: The source codes of http://www.yam.ch/" target="_blank">YAM 2.2 can be found on the YAM OpenSource homepage. If you want to develop this program further or if you want to port it to a different operating system, register at sourceforge.net and use the CVS repository to download the current version of the sources. Please don't forget to tell me about your plans.
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Posted by Chris Moore on 03-Nov-2000 23:00 GMT
Cool! Now all we need is someone who can port it over to the AmigaDE!
:o)
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Posted by STRICQ on 03-Nov-2000 23:00 GMT
Bringing MUI based programs to the AmigaDE (SDK) is no easy task at this point in time. Elate's GUI system is not up to the task of competeing with MUI.
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Posted by Anonymous on 03-Nov-2000 23:00 GMT
I'd like to port it to JAVA
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Posted by Christian Kemp on 03-Nov-2000 23:00 GMT
Now, if somebody could port YAM to Windows without adding any bloat and maintaining the stability and useability, I would be happy to get rid of Eudora. But I don't really see that happening. :(
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Posted by Gumshoe on 03-Nov-2000 23:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 4 (Christian Kemp):
Porting YAM to another operating system would be awkward. The main part of
the program is the user interface, the networking parts forming a very
small part of the whole. It would be easier to write the program from the
ground up on the target OS IMO.
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Posted by Jim Ross on 03-Nov-2000 23:00 GMT
Main problem with porting to other OS is the GUI, which is in MUI. But its good to see it open source but lets hope Marcel is over seeing developments.
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Posted by XDelusion on 03-Nov-2000 23:00 GMT
Well there is a port of YAM for BEOS already in the works, I saw it on Sourceforg about a month or two ago, should be about ready, I'd say look around there or keep an eye out on bebits.com, and we should have something! :)
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Posted by Nathaniel Downes on 04-Nov-2000 23:00 GMT
I'm going to work on porting it to QNX's RtP, replacing MUI woth Photon. It will be a bit of work, but not too bad so I've seen. It looks like I could even streamline many parts from QNX's own internationalizations components.
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Posted by theJUDGE on 04-Nov-2000 23:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 8 (Nathaniel Downes):
I would expect it to be ported to MorphOS shortly.
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Posted by Graham on 04-Nov-2000 23:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 4 (Christian Kemp):
Hi,
We used Eudora until recently when we thought we would give Pegasus a go.
Much better than Eudora - a plain simple mail client, with all the stuff an email client needs to have in it without the integrated web browser, news reader, calendaring applications and word processor. Really nice.
Graham
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Posted by Nils Mokleiv on 04-Nov-2000 23:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 10 (Graham):
Try out AK-Mail
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Posted by Graham on 04-Nov-2000 23:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 11 (Nils Mokleiv):
Mein Deutsch ist nicht sehr gut!
They seem to offer the same features in the end - I prefer the Pegasus interface to those shown in the screenshots, although the tri-pane view is handly compared to the seperate windows view by Pegasus (they can be arranged to look like that though).
But this should be talking about YAM!
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