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« on: August 27, 2017, 05:18:47 PM »

This is Francois Lionet. I just discovered The AMOS Factory (seems that the person who found the title followed us with Klik & Play and The Games Factory!  ;) ), and I am so sorry about it. What you do is fantastic, thank you so much!
If you want, I can keep you posted on the progress of my side-project: a Javascript version of AMOS... gonna be cool... Anyway, link is in my bookmarks!

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Re: Hello!
« Reply #1 on: August 27, 2017, 05:46:16 PM »

Hi Francois!

Really great to have you here at our litle site :)

I am already one of the active members of the AMOS and Amiga groups on FaceBook  which i have seen you on.... I am the person who asked about the use of 'select' extensions in your future implementation of AMOS ;)

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« Reply #2 on: August 29, 2017, 01:17:08 AM »

Welcome, welcome, welcome!  So good to see you've discovered us François.

Can't thank you enough for all the effort you and your team put into making AMOS Pro and the Compiler a reality.  Since we got our hands on the sources, we've been beavering away doing two main tasks (at this stage):

  • Documenting how it all fits together.  This is probably the most essential task as, even with the sources, it's taken a lot of work to get an understanding of the architecture and what's available as paths to an enhanced version.
  • Fixing up the few bugs and adding a few minor enhancements.

When all that's out of our system, we'll be concentrating on the next step.  Which is introducing AGA support (probably with separate libraries based on system capabilities at load and link time).  Then it's onwards to tidy up and exploit the 'best of the rest' with the existing extension libraries.

I'm not going to yap on about it all here.  There's much scattered throughout the forum.  Any queries, explanations, excuses, etc. just ask and we'll point you in the right directions.

Finally, so good to see you here ;) .
Repeat after me ...  "The AMOS Pro architecture is complex but it is not complicated."


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Re: Hello!
« Reply #3 on: September 02, 2017, 12:25:29 AM »

Hello! Máster :=) Johnny Here , nice to see you here Francois! , your criature had a nice House here , I love this site.

AGA Support in Amos was one thing never happen in your great Amos Basic I hope one day AGA for Amos can be a reality , great coders here want to do It. Thank you guys for keep this lenguaje alive.

So good you are here Francois. Kindest regards

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« Reply #4 on: June 01, 2018, 08:08:25 PM »

Welcome Francois!

I have used AMOS and AMOS Pro to create some games and software over the last 15 years. I still love using it today :)


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Re: Hello!
« Reply #5 on: September 16, 2018, 11:08:15 PM »

Hello Francois,
happy to read your book!!!  8)

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