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Old 30 July 2009, 15:29   #2
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You might be interested in the interview of Tonny Wheelhen (spelling Obligement ) that Obligement has made a short while ago:

The complexity of the code seems to be a problem for the future of WinUAE. It will surely be difficult to find another maintainer who is sufficiently familiar with Amiga hardware and software, won't it ?

Yeah, that will be practically impossible.

Basically, you have to know C, Amiga hardware (just reading the hardware reference manual isn't enough; you need real-world experience with hardware-banging programs), Amiga software (not so important, but it would make debugging very difficult), full knowledge of 680x0 CPU series (very important) and, finally, Windows programming knowledge.

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