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Gnash - The Flash Movie Player
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I open a new suggested bounty on Amigabounty.net regarding Gnash port on AmigaOS, feel free to add comment (positive or negative) if we can port this software on our platform

http://www.amigabounty.net/?function=viewproject&projectid=31

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Re: Gnash - The Flash Movie Player
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@samo79

Good idea.
Should be a fair amount of support for this.

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Re: Gnash - The Flash Movie Player
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@samo79

Good idea yes. But requires boost library,and several other things to work. And the source is very big.

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Re: Gnash - The Flash Movie Player
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@samo79

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I open a new suggested bounty on Amigabounty.net regarding Gnash port on AmigaOS, feel free to add comment (positive or negative) if we can port this software on our platform
It shouldn't only include the standalone gnash player but the NPAPI plugin as well.

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Re: Gnash - The Flash Movie Player
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@Antique

I dind't investigate yet but it seems that it require almost 3 things, Boost, Cairo and Anti-Grain Geometry.

We have more or less all of them

Boost 1.33.1
http://os4depot.net/index.php?functio ... nt/library/misc/boost.lha

Cairo 1.8.4
http://os4depot.net/index.php?functio ... ary/graphics/libcairo.lha

Anti-Grain Geometry 2.5
http://os4depot.net/index.php?functio ... /graphics/agg2sdk_gpl.lha

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Re: Gnash - The Flash Movie Player
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@samo79

Correct me if im wrong but i think the boost from os4 is too old. Was with the one i tried with.

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Re: Gnash - The Flash Movie Player
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@Antique

If I remember correctly Boost was updated a little by Fredrik Wikstrom during the porting of the latest release of Battle For Wesnoth, altrought I don't know if and where we can find the update

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Re: Gnash - The Flash Movie Player
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@Antique

I dind't investigate yet but it seems that it require almost 3 things, Boost, Cairo and Anti-Grain Geometry.

We have more or less all of them

Boost 1.33.1
http://os4depot.net/index.php?functio ... nt/library/misc/boost.lha

Cairo 1.8.4
http://os4depot.net/index.php?functio ... ary/graphics/libcairo.lha

Anti-Grain Geometry 2.5
http://os4depot.net/index.php?functio ... /graphics/agg2sdk_gpl.lha


Cairo and Anti-Grain Geometry? These two packages do roughly the same thing, so I hope that it's either one or the other. Otherwise that would be a huge waste of space to need both of them.

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Re: Gnash - The Flash Movie Player
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I thought I read that OS4.1 (or was that 4.0?) had updated it's compiler toolchain, so that it could use all the latest C++ stuff like Boost (presumably without modification).

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Re: Gnash - The Flash Movie Player
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@Hans

Yes sorry, I didn't specify it, we don't need both of them, but if I understand correctly the readme (you can read it to my bounty suggestion) you can choose one of this package.

Maybe Cairo would be the better choice as it seems to be more updated.

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