[YAM - Yet Another Mailer] Topic #83 - YAM 2.5 Final, When ? http://yam.ch/discussion/topic/83 <p> YAM 2.5 Final, When ? </p> en-us YAM - Yet Another Mailer http://yam.ch/chrome/site/yam.gif http://yam.ch/discussion/topic/83 Trac 1.0.2 - DiscussionPlugin samo79 Mon, 23 May 2005 22:39:00 GMT Topic #83 - YAM 2.5 Final, When ? http://yam.ch/discussion/topic/83#topic http://yam.ch/discussion/topic/83#topic <p> Hello guys, </p> <p> Just a question, I like to know when the final 2.5 version would be released, I download and use frequently the various beta versions without serious problem, but ... :roll: </p> <p> Keep up the good work and many thanks :wink: </p> Topic samo79 Sun, 03 Dec 2006 04:26:06 GMT Reply #327 to topic #83 - YAM 2.5 Final, When ? http://yam.ch/discussion/message/327#message327 http://yam.ch/discussion/message/327#message327 <blockquote class="citation"> <p> Well, unfortunately not. The Author seem to have decided against opening ALL sources under an open source license. He just provided the core khtml part that was already under the LGPL license. However, for a proper port and an integration into a generalized MCC we would definitly require to have full access to the whole sources. In addition, all the development needs to move to a public source respositroy like sf.net for an open source project like YAM to contribute as much as possible. </p> <p> But like it has been so often in the past, the author seem to have decided against opening the sources (for whatever reason that might be). We really would have loved to contribute to that promising KHTML port and wanted to do the MCC integration. But as the main sources are kept closed source we have no chance to help the author nor do we currently see any chance of putting the KHTML functionality into any future version of YAM. </p> <p> So I am sorry, but the current plan still is to finish the porting of htmlview.mcc and use that instead in a future version of YAM. However, if the author of the KHTML port will decide at some point in the future to put his whole sources and development somewhere publically available (e.g. sourceforge.net) then we will definitly reconsider that decision. </p> </blockquote> <p> Sadly I understand what you say, altrough to be honest I was hoping that with the actual source would been possible to make something like a MUI class ... so i'll write this post. </p> <p> Maybe one day Marcik could change its politics about the source, altrough at the time i'm only hope that we could have a native version of Sputnik also for OS4 soon, maybe via bounty, who know <img src="/chrome/emoticons/wink.png" alt=";-)" class="emoticon" width="18" height="18" style="vertical-align: middle" /> </p> <p> Regarding your actual plan, is there any news about <acronym title="Hyper-Text Markup Language">HTML</acronym>View.mcc ? Years passed with no news :cry: </p> <p> Thanks for your replay, bye :wink: </p> Message damato Sat, 02 Dec 2006 09:37:49 GMT Reply #326 to topic #83 - YAM 2.5 Final, When ? http://yam.ch/discussion/message/326#message326 http://yam.ch/discussion/message/326#message326 <blockquote class="citation"> <p> @Damato </p> <p> Sputnik is ready but the MUI class sadly not, now my question is: </p> <p> Is it possible to create easly a MUI class with the current Sputnik's source ? </p> <p> <a class="ext-link" href="http://www.ppa.pl/khtml/"><span class="icon">​</span>http://www.ppa.pl/khtml/</a> </p> <p> Sure it would be cool if we can have Sputnik browser first for OS3/OS4 ... :cry: </p> </blockquote> <p> Well, unfortunately not. The Author seem to have decided against opening ALL sources under an open source license. He just provided the core khtml part that was already under the LGPL license. However, for a proper port and an integration into a generalized MCC we would definitly require to have full access to the whole sources. In addition, all the development needs to move to a public source respositroy like sf.net for an open source project like YAM to contribute as much as possible. </p> <p> But like it has been so often in the past, the author seem to have decided against opening the sources (for whatever reason that might be). We really would have loved to contribute to that promising KHTML port and wanted to do the MCC integration. But as the main sources are kept closed source we have no chance to help the author nor do we currently see any chance of putting the KHTML functionality into any future version of YAM. </p> <p> So I am sorry, but the current plan still is to finish the porting of htmlview.mcc and use that instead in a future version of YAM. However, if the author of the KHTML port will decide at some point in the future to put his whole sources and development somewhere publically available (e.g. sourceforge.net) then we will definitly reconsider that decision. </p> Message samo79 Sat, 25 Nov 2006 01:02:45 GMT Reply #325 to topic #83 - YAM 2.5 Final, When ? http://yam.ch/discussion/message/325#message325 http://yam.ch/discussion/message/325#message325 <p> @Damato </p> <p> Sputnik is ready but the MUI class sadly not, now my question is: </p> <p> Is it possible to create easly a MUI class with the current Sputnik's source ? </p> <p> <a class="ext-link" href="http://www.ppa.pl/khtml/"><span class="icon">​</span>http://www.ppa.pl/khtml/</a> </p> <p> Sure it would be cool if we can have Sputnik browser first for OS3/OS4 ... :cry: </p> Message samo79 Wed, 01 Mar 2006 16:19:51 GMT Reply #324 to topic #83 - YAM 2.5 Final, When ? http://yam.ch/discussion/message/324#message324 http://yam.ch/discussion/message/324#message324 <blockquote class="citation"> <p> Sure, if an .mcc class will already be present at the time of the release and of course we also need versions for AmigaOS4 and AmigaOS3, I would definitly consider using such a khtml.mcc instead of the still to be adapted htmlview.mcc class. </p> </blockquote> <p> Off course, at the moment Marcik still working on the KHTML Nokia WebCore only for MorphOS, both MCC Class (i think) and Sputnik (the name of his new small web browser for testing the webpages) </p> <blockquote class="citation"> <p> (And yes, it is alive - on my harddisk - I 'just' need to get it ported to GCC and <acronym title="Pay Per Click">PPC</acronym>.) </p> </blockquote> <p> Good, any advice about the release date ? <img src="/chrome/emoticons/smile.png" alt=":-)" class="emoticon" width="18" height="18" style="vertical-align: middle" /> </p> <blockquote class="citation"> <p> Is the development of this khtml port already hosted somewhere? I mean can I already have a look at the source code? This would definitly be mandatory because then I may can have a look at it in advance. </p> </blockquote> <p> No at the moment, this is because Marcik prefer to complete the porting alone, but off course when it's done anyone can bring the source and compile it for various Amiga platform </p> <p> Read here: <a class="ext-link" href="http://www.ppa.pl/khtml/index_en.php"><span class="icon">​</span>http://www.ppa.pl/khtml/index_en.php</a> </p> <p> Bye </p> Message damato Wed, 01 Mar 2006 09:11:58 GMT Reply #323 to topic #83 - YAM 2.5 Final, When ? http://yam.ch/discussion/message/323#message323 http://yam.ch/discussion/message/323#message323 <blockquote class="citation"> <p> I think that we can have a better choice for the <acronym title="Hyper-Text Markup Language">HTML</acronym> in Yam, and not in one or two years but in the immediate future, why ? </p> <p> Using the upcoming KHTML MUI-Class instead the old <acronym title="Hyper-Text Markup Language">HTML</acronym>View (is this class alive ?) </p> <p> Marcik (the author of the KHTML engine) go very quickly so i hope that we can use it in 2-4 months ! </p> <p> What do you think about ? </p> </blockquote> <p> Sure, if an .mcc class will already be present at the time of the release and of course we also need versions for AmigaOS4 and AmigaOS3, I would definitly consider using such a khtml.mcc instead of the still to be adapted htmlview.mcc class. (And yes, it is alive - on my harddisk - I 'just' need to get it ported to GCC and <acronym title="Pay Per Click">PPC</acronym>.) </p> <p> Is the development of this khtml port already hosted somewhere? I mean can I already have a look at the source code? This would definitly be mandatory because then I may can have a look at it in advance. </p> Message samo79 Mon, 27 Feb 2006 23:57:19 GMT Reply #322 to topic #83 - YAM 2.5 Final, When ? http://yam.ch/discussion/message/322#message322 http://yam.ch/discussion/message/322#message322 <p> Hi Damato, </p> <p> I think that we can have a better choice for the <acronym title="Hyper-Text Markup Language">HTML</acronym> in Yam, and not in one or two years but in the immediate future, why ? </p> <p> Using the upcoming KHTML MUI-Class instead the old <acronym title="Hyper-Text Markup Language">HTML</acronym>View (is this class alive ?) </p> <p> Marcik (the author of the KHTML engine) go very quickly so i hope that we can use it in 2-4 months ! </p> <p> What do you think about ? </p> <p> <a class="ext-link" href="http://bounties.morphzone.org/bounties/show/5"><span class="icon">​</span>http://bounties.morphzone.org/bounties/show/5</a> </p> Message damato Tue, 21 Jun 2005 07:23:04 GMT Reply #321 to topic #83 - YAM 2.5 Final, When ? http://yam.ch/discussion/message/321#message321 http://yam.ch/discussion/message/321#message321 <blockquote class="citation"> <p> Another question, i read at the "future planes page" that you have the intention to support simplehtml.library in the future release </p> <p> Do you think that the simplehtml.library support will come with Yam 2.5 final or later ? </p> </blockquote> <p> Sorry, but our roadmap has slightly changed such as <acronym title="Hyper-Text Markup Language">HTML</acronym> read support is planned for the next 2.6 version which in fact will not arrive until next year. In addition, as the sources of <acronym title="Hyper-Text Markup Language">HTML</acronym>view.mcc are recovered now and will be available soon under a LGPL project on sf.net, I guess YAM will use <acronym title="Hyper-Text Markup Language">HTML</acronym>view.mcc in future for <acronym title="Hyper-Text Markup Language">HTML</acronym> reading capabilities. </p> <p> So, sorry again. But our development time/resources are really limited right now so that we won't manage to introduce <acronym title="Hyper-Text Markup Language">HTML</acronym> reading already in 2.5. </p> <p> But please keep up with us, we are really approaching a state in YAM developemnt where we can introduce new feature more quickly in future as most of the old sources were already nearly rewritten from scratch. </p> Message samo79 Sat, 18 Jun 2005 16:42:25 GMT Reply #320 to topic #83 - YAM 2.5 Final, When ? http://yam.ch/discussion/message/320#message320 http://yam.ch/discussion/message/320#message320 <blockquote class="citation"> <p> So please keep up your testing of the nightly builds and report us bugs if you find some. Only this way we can more quickly progress to a stable 2.5 release this summer. </p> </blockquote> <p> Ok :wink: </p> <p> Another question, i read at the "future planes page" that you have the intention to support simplehtml.library in the future release </p> <p> Do you think that the simplehtml.library support will come with Yam 2.5 final or later ? </p> <p> Thanks in advance <img src="/chrome/emoticons/happy.png" alt=":D" class="emoticon" width="18" height="18" style="vertical-align: middle" /> </p> Message damato Tue, 24 May 2005 05:50:43 GMT Reply #319 to topic #83 - YAM 2.5 Final, When ? http://yam.ch/discussion/message/319#message319 http://yam.ch/discussion/message/319#message319 <blockquote class="citation"> <p> Just a question, I like to know when the final 2.5 version would be released, I download and use frequently the various beta versions without serious problem, but ... </p> </blockquote> <p> There isn't any particular date where we are planing to release the official 2.5. However, we do have plans to release it somewhere this summer. But until then there are still some bunch of bugs and changes that needs to be addressed. But I am confident we can manage it this summer and release 2.5. </p> <p> So please keep up your testing of the nightly builds and report us bugs if you find some. Only this way we can more quickly progress to a stable 2.5 release this summer. </p> Message