Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 7th Sep 2011 22:56 UTC, submitted by Jacek Piszczek
Morphos The MorphOS Team has just released an update to the MorphOS 2 SDK. The archive comes with a brand new programmer's editor offering autocomplete, syntax highlighting, jumping to definitions, declarations and documentation, etc for C based projects. Scribble's display layer is based on a port of the well known Scintilla engine. You can see Scribble in action in this video. The full news item can be found here.
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RE[3]: Is it free?
by Raffaele on Mon 12th Sep 2011 23:32 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Is it free?"
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Just found it in the archived news of the site. From what I can understand, you'll be asked for a key when you run it, and only then you'll realize how much it will cost. Doesn't look very friendly to me.


You gave wrong infos!

MorphOS runs free for half an hour...

And during these 30 minutes there are no limits... You can surf internet, playing movies, using productivity programs and save your files...

After that amount of time, the Operating System slows down the machine and this will avoid any further serious usage.

If you want to unlock the OS, you can purchase MorphOS online by pay-pal, or using your credit card, and then signalling MorphOS_Team (via the built-in tool), that you purchased the key...

Then in a short amount of time your personal keycode will be enabled online, and it will be removed any time limit.

Else, if you are not afraid of 30 minutes timelimit you can reboot MorphOS, and in less than 10 seconds you are allowed again and again a full 30 minutes session...

So then you could using MorphOS forever by leeching infinite 30 minutes timelimit sessions.

Edited 2011-09-12 23:42 UTC

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