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Old 16 March 2013, 15:45   #1
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apple power mac g5 - now what? (amigaos?, c#?)

hi there

my neighbor gave me his apple power mac g5 when he moved out yesterday :-) - and I don't care about apple, but I know it's powerpc and that's what the amiga developed to while I needed to follow pc (windows on intel) - so my question is:

1. which amiga (related) os should I install on that g5? (download?)

and:

2. is there a way to use c# somehow ? (with mono or something?)

thanks for your ideas!
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Old 16 March 2013, 16:14   #2
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Wait for morphos, as the g5 version is being worked on. Meanwhile, you can try the differents uae variants and part from that.
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Mono does include a C# compiler. I'm sure you won't find a GUI creator anywhere near as user friendly as the one included with VC# though. I have no idea how difficult it would be to compile something with VC# and then run it with Mono, but it's certainly possible.
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