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Old 17 October 2016, 09:24   #163
Olaf Barthel
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Originally Posted by Locutus View Post
I'm not sure you'd even want to do native development on something like AmigaOS.
You should do native development if the platform allows for it.

When native development became possible for AmigaOS, it completely changed the operating system development culture at Commodore. Workbench/Kickstart 2.0 did benefit enormously from native development. It was not just "eating your own dogfood", the native development tools were considerably more powerful than the tools which had been used before.

The native development tools are all extremely primitive compared by what is the norm today.
That certainly is true, but they are the tools best suited for Amiga development, upsides and downsides included
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