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    Articles in May 2009

  • New London RISC OS show to be held in October
    More details to follow. It is understood this is to replace the annual South East RISC OS show, which is usually held in Guildford but will not take place this year as the venue that hosts the event is unavailable. Freeware developers are invited to exhibit their work for free at the London show. To book a space or for more information, email the organisers.
     22 comments, latest by Anon on 11/8/09 11:19AM. Published: 31 May 2009

  • Bug-fixed NetSurf 2.1 released
    A bug-fix release of the NetSurf web browser has been released. Version 2.1 improves on page layout, mouse click handling, and for RISC OS users, improves drawfile export.
     3 comments, latest by hzn on 7/6/09 1:50PM. Published: 23 May 2009

  • First screenshot: Beagleboard runs RISC OS 5 desktop
    Picture exclusive - This is the first screenshot of Jeffrey Lee's port of RISC OS 5 for the ARM Cortex-A8-powered Beagleboard reaching the familiar ROS desktop and running several built-in applications. The port was produced using source code made available by the RISC OS Open initiative.
     250 comments, latest by rjek on 5/6/09 5:01PM. Published: 10 May 2009

  • Five tips for ROL over the next five years
    Opinion - Drobe man Paul Stewart offers a few suggestions to RISCOS Ltd to ensure the company and its platform survives over the coming years.
     188 comments, latest by druck on 27/8/09 12:39AM. Published: 10 May 2009

  • Entry-level animation app Flicker goes on sale
    Flicker is a new application that can playback animations made from standard RISC OS sprites and can combine these simple films and music from tracker modules to produce complete packages. It comes on a CD-ROM with seven sample movies to show off its capabilities and was developed by Drobe man Martin Hansen. Animations produced by Flicker can also be created from sprites generated by Complete Animator and Martin's ArtGraph Film Studio.
     Discuss this. Published: 5 May 2009

  • New version of database package Impact available
    Sine Nomine Software has announced that Impact version 3.33, launched recently at the Wakefield 2009 show, is now available on general release. Users can now edit data for almost all field types direct from the enhanced table view of the database, among other updates.
     Discuss this. Published: 5 May 2009

  • New RPCEmu Spoon version with RISC OS 5.15 support
    Open-source emulator RPCEmu Spoon Edition 0.8.4 has experimental support for the latest RISC OS Open ROM for RiscPCs and other IOMD-chipset machines, plus a couple of other bug fixes and updates.
     1 comment, latest by Becky on 16/5/09 8:24AM. Published: 5 May 2009

  • News in brief
    Links to interesting things from RISC OS Open, Organizer and more, including a RISC OS-themed podcast.
     1 comment, latest by egel on 5/5/09 6:05PM. Published: 4 May 2009


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