Airsoft Softwair has released new major Hollywood 6.1 update with new features and bug fixes. Hollywood 6.1 now comes with GUIs for OSX and Linux when previously Hollywood could only be used from the command line on these systems. Starting with Hollywood 6.1 the OSXand Linux versions come with a native GUI which is identical to the GUI used in the Amiga version. Additionally, Hollywood plugins can now be linked into executables compiled by Hollywood.
Airsoft Softwair have released a new add-on for Hollywood 6.0: The Hollywood APK Compiler. This program converts Hollywood applets into stand-alone packages that can then be published on the Google Play Store or distributed in an other way.
The compiler is currently only available for the Microsoft Windows platform but Linux and Mac OS X version might follow in the future. In Windows it requires the Java SE Development Kit (JDK), Apache Ant and the Android SDK and NDK toolchains. Amiga version is not possible due to these requirements.
A new bounty has been opened for AROS targetting a port of Python 2.7 Core. The bounty, when successful, will be followed by bounties targeting for example integration of Zune with Python and port of Python 3.5.
The bounty is hosted by Power2People.org and is available at
The MorphOS development team would like to announce the immediate availability of version 3.10 of the official MorphOS Software Development Kit (SDK). The most notable additions and changes are:
- GCC 5.3.0, including baserel support
- Added a Lua interpreter
- Updates ixemul to 50.16
- Updated tar to 1.28 and sed to 4.2.2
The new software development kit is available for download in files section.
Developer ‘deadwood’ is inviting interested developers to join the Odyssey Web Browser development. The repository is public, available to everyone and located on GitHub:
The repository contains the latest version of OWB which is a continuation of Fab’s 1.24 code base.
Airsoft Softwair released the Plananarama plugin for Hollywood. With this plugin Hollywood is able to run on planar (OCS/ECS/AGA) screens.
Read more on Hollywood website.