Today we continue our little journey through my newest project and have a look at libraries and structures in the “virtual” Amiga RAM of vamos.
Make sure to read Part 1 of the series first…
- Amiga Libraries
- Amiga Structures
I did some classic m68k Amiga code development that uses the SAS C compiler recently (see plip2slip). Everything was set up in a P-UAE-based AmigaOS 3.9 environment and worked fairly confortable. While switching between TextMate on my Mac I used for editing the code and the CLI window in P-UAE I had a thought: “It would be fairly cool to have something like Wine for AmigaOS… Then I’d simply run the SAS C compiler Amiga binary on my Mac directly…”
That was the beginning of my newes project: vamos – The Virtual AMiga OS emulator.
Read on to learn more about the birth of vamos and its first major milestone: run the SAS C compiler in my new “Developer’s Diary” series 😉