The open source repository for the Professional File System for Amiga.
A virtual storage driver for AmigaOS for mounting disk image files and accessing them just as if they were real disks. Currently supported operating systems are AmigaOS 3.0-3.9 and AROS. The GUI system used is ClassAct for AmigaOS and Zune for AROS.
The Amiga Desktop Replacement
Scalos is a desktop replacement for the Amiga. Some of its features: 100% Workbench replacement, Undo and Redo, 64bit arithmetic, Fully multitasking, Icon imagetypes, Icon datatype system, Icon dragging is more stable, Cybergraphics and Picasso96 24bit color support, Window patterns, Optimised backgroundpatterns routine, Live updating window scrolling, Drawer windows can be iconified, Menu preferences, Application Interface (API)
Portable ISO 'C' (1994) runtime library for the Amiga computer
An open-source game library collection for the Amiga and similar operating systems. It is intended to grow into an engine for general-purpose game usage.
Cross-platform reimplementation of AMOS BASIC (runtime)
XAMOS is a cross-platform reimplementation of AMOS BASIC based on jAMOS, fully re-written in C++ with SDL libraries. Currently runtime only, however is widely compatible with jAMOS projects.
A fast, unobtrusive and modern cross-platform GUI toolkit. Agar fully exploits hardware acceleration where available, but also supports simple frame-buffer interfaces. Agar is stand-alone and easily portable to new platforms and graphics systems.
A visual programming language based on AmigaVision's Flow editor.
A replacement for the old AmigaVision multimedia sequencer that is more programming-oriented and less multimedia constrained.
Bitmap graphics editor written in the Hollywood-MAL programming language. It uses the MUI toolkit and will therefore run only on AmigaOS, MorphOS and AROS.
An AHI card driver for the Trident 4DWAVE-DX/NX sound chip. Currently supported OSes: AmigaOS 4.0
A very minimalistic CIFS/SMB server targeted at AmigaOS but written with portability in mind.
Arkham Development open source softwares
Arkham Development released some projects in open source. There are: - All Arkham PC demos written in Basic and x86 assembler (from 1991 to 1998). - One Arkham Amiga intro and an unfinished Amiga demo written in 68020 assembler. - A complete 3d engine written in x86 assembler. - Arkham demo PC tools (paint program, sound tracker, modeler, picture and 3d converters) written in Basic and x86 assembler.
Here you'll find several Open Source Software ported/compiled for AmigaOS (and compatible systems). This project was created with the aim to give support to the ppl who don't have the time/compiler to do it for itself since most stuff compiles OOTB
Daemons IFace is a library to help developers to write a daemon in minutes... what you need is just create a dispatcher for the service your daemon is for and linking with the library everything is started up for you at program run. (very configurable).
Garshneblanker is a complete modular screen blanking package. Main goal is a port to AROS.
LichtTools simulates a bulb, enabling the user to read books in front of the screen without other light sources available. When used on mobile platforms LichtTools acts as flashlight.
Oldschool Productions And Demo Effects
Oldschool Productions And Demo Effects in C++ for Linux, Windows, Aros and Haiku.