|[Web] GFX-BASE Interview with SixK||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 18-Mar-2003 08:50 GMT by narr||6 comments|
SOL-Invictus interviewed SixK for GFX-BASE, developer of many SDL-ports and the Amiga edonkey-client Bourriquet. In this huge and very detailed interview they talked about the edonkey-client, new projects, openpci.library, the current Amiga situation, the community and lots of other interesting topics.
A big "Thank you" to Stefan Leitner aka SOL-Invictus, who did a great job with this in-depth interview and of course to SixK for the time he spent for answering those many questions. Find the interview it in our interview-section.
|GFX-BASE Interview with SixK : Comment 1 of 6||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Elwood on 18-Mar-2003 11:27 GMT|
|>openPCI.library, a kind of wrapper for each amiga PCI device available for >amiga|
>But he also made a Sound Blaster live joystick driver. He didn't have made >this driver available cause the lowlevel.library source code is propriety of >Morphos team.
Excuse me but "open" <=> "property" ?????
Is it really an open thing ? Someone can explain ?
|GFX-BASE Interview with SixK : Comment 2 of 6||ANN.lu|
|Posted by brotheris on 18-Mar-2003 11:43 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 1 (Elwood):|
OpenPCI library is open, but drivers can be closed.
|GFX-BASE Interview with SixK : Comment 3 of 6||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Elwood on 18-Mar-2003 13:39 GMT|
|What is the need of an opened lib with closed drivers ? I don't think this is what Titan wanted when he had this idea in mind...|
|GFX-BASE Interview with SixK : Comment 4 of 6||ANN.lu|
|Posted by catohagen on 18-Mar-2003 13:59 GMT|
|maybe its just the Sound Blaster live joystick driver thats closed, since|
Morphos owns the lowlevel.library ?
Other drivers might have source available ?
|GFX-BASE Interview with SixK : Comment 5 of 6||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Elwood on 18-Mar-2003 14:13 GMT|
|Sure, it's just ... sad.|
Maybe I want to much :-)
|GFX-BASE Interview with SixK : Comment 6 of 6||ANN.lu|
|Posted by brotheris on 18-Mar-2003 15:59 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 3 (Elwood):|
You are Open to do whatever you want with your created drivers, others are too ;-)
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