Home > Amiga & AROS > WinUAE 1.0 Released WinUAE 1.0 Released Submitted by Anonymous 2005-04-17 Amiga & AROS 13 Comments After a long waiting, WinUAE 1.0 is released for all nostalgic Amiga fans. About The Author Eugenia Loli Ex-programmer, ex-editor in chief at OSNews.com, now a visual artist/filmmaker. Follow me on Twitter @EugeniaLoli 13 Comments 2005-04-17 9:51 pm Great news! I’m certainly going to try it out! Okay it’s been 13 years since I sold my Amiga 500, and for a very good price too! 2005-04-17 10:13 pm What a waste that UAE for unix systems hasn’t been developed for years and seems to be dead… It would be great if WinUAE switched to SDL and targeted at portability… 2005-04-17 10:23 pm cant wait to try it! I wish there was a beos port 2005-04-17 10:28 pm Yogin, have you even looked for a *nix UAE lately? http://www.rcdrummond.net/uae is a current project, it has ~daily mailing list activity, uses SDL _and_ is portable (Linux, MacOS, Beos, MorphOs, etc). The last few days a PalmOs version has been discussed. 2005-04-17 11:10 pm It may be “released”, but there is no download link on the WinUAE download page. Guess I’ll have to wait a little longer. 2005-04-17 11:16 pm when is the real thing coming out? A lot of Amigans are still waiting for OS 4 but nothing yet. -2501 2005-04-17 11:20 pm > It may be “released” It is not Seems like Eugenia has been too fast as it is only a WIP (Work in Progress) Changelog… “WinUAE 1.0 (17.04.2005) WIP changelog” Leo. 2005-04-18 12:40 am AmigaOS 4 is out as developer pre-release and is still in beta-testing, but fully usable and more stable than previous AmigaOS3.x IMHO. Richard Drummond’s EUAE is of course also available for AmigaOS 4. 2005-04-18 8:59 am “Stupid windows shitheads who call Amiga games “roms” without even realising that those games they illegally use are floppy disk images. What a wonderful world this would be if we could get rid of all the Windows users.” Hmm…shouldn’t it be “Cure the problem, not the symptoms – Uninstall windows.” rather than calling for a genocide? I think you’re a bit too drastic here… 2005-04-18 9:09 am …has nothing to do with the OS you use. Alright there are possible more Windows using shitheads, but there are more Windows users overall so that’s not very suprising. 2005-04-18 9:13 am Well, for starters eugenia didn’t submit the news item, she just posted it. And I din’t notice the WIP when first checking out the WinUAE site so it’s understandable that she too missed it. Errare humanum est. 2005-04-18 11:41 am > Well, for starters eugenia didn’t submit the news item, she just posted it. And I din’t notice the WIP when first checking out the WinUAE site so it’s understandable that she too missed it. No problem… But changing the news title could be a good idea, no ? Leo. 2005-04-18 3:44 pm I hope they fixed the centering of the screen properly now. Such a simple feature, which previously was a nightmare to get to work. Scaling the screen to different sizes (or even just getting a 100% accurate 1:1 size) also used to be extremely difficult or impossible. The new, easier UI helped a lot, but I suspect a lot of the underlying code are still from the days when the name mean Unusable Amiga Emulator… Everyone should check out the State of the Art demo by Spaceballs, and also the Mirror music disc by Andromeda. Amazing feats for their time (and still nice to look at and listen to).