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APC&TCP will be 25 years old in May. Since 25 years, the APC&TCP distribution exists. In its origin the APC&TCP was founded to publish the software of Computer Club members on fair terms. However, the offer was expanded very quickly and non-members can also distribute their software via...
05/06/2017

Amiga Future

Author: AndreasM

APC&TCP will be 25 years old in May.

Since 25 years, the APC&TCP distribution exists.

In its origin the APC&TCP was founded to publish the software of Computer Club members on fair terms.

However, the offer was expanded very quickly and non-members can also distribute their software via APC&TCP.

The computer club has not been around for a long time, but APC&TCP is still active.
There are still new software titles such as Roadshow, CygnusEd, DigiBooster released and also new updates are being worked on.

APC&TCP is also present in the merchandising market and has been publishing stickers, mousepads, posters and more for years.

And, of course, there is also the print magazine Amiga Future, which is almost 20 years old.

In the meantime, APC&TCP has published more than 200 products for the Amiga and hopefully become much more in the next few years.

We can not really celebrate. We simply lack in time.

Nevertheless, a small draw. There is an annual subscription to the Amiga Future.

What was APC&TCP's first commercial product released nearly 25 years ago?

a) CygnusEd
b) Databench
c) Crossfire II

Send the correct answer by email to Andreas@apc-tcp.de with the subject raffle until May 30, 2017 at the latest.
The winner will be raffled among all correct entries. The legal process is of course excluded as usual.

You can find out more about the history of APC & TCP and the published products by visiting the following links:

German: http://www.apc-tcp.de/index-de.php?page=history
English: http://www.apc-tcp.de/index-en.php?page=history
05/06/2017

Amiga Future

Author: AndreasM

APC&TCP has now been trading for 25 years this May.

It's our 25th anniversary year for APC&TCP distribution.

Originally APC&TCP was founded to publish the software of Computer Club members by offering them fair publishing terms.

However, that offer was expanded very quickly, and non-members were also able to distribute their software via APC&TCP.

The computer club has not been around for a long time now, but APC&TCP is still active.
There is still new software being released, such as Roadshow, CygnusEd, and DigiBooster that have already been released and new updates are still being worked on.

APC&TCP is also active in the merchandising market and has been publishing stickers, mousepads, posters and such like for some years.

Then, of course, there is also the print magazine Amiga Future, which is now almost 20 years old.

Over these 25 years, APC&TCP has published more than 200 products for the Amiga and hopefully will become even more active over the next few years.

We cannot really celebrate, as we simply lack the opportunity to spare the time.

Nevertheless, a small draw, in the form of a raffle for an annual subscription to the Amiga Future magazine is being offered by APC&TCP.

So, you need to answer this question correctly - what was APC&TCP's first commercial product to be released, nearly 25 years ago?

a) CygnusEd
b) Databench
c) Crossfire II

Send your answer by email to Andreas@apc-tcp.de with the subject "raffle" before May 30, 2017, when this offer expires.
The winner will be chosen from among all the correct entries. The legal process is of course excluded as usual.

You can find out more about the history of APC & TCP and its published products by visiting the following links:

German: http://www.apc-tcp.de/index-de.php?page=history
English: http://www.apc-tcp.de/index-en.php?page=history
05/06/2017

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I have found some free time and am now working on a new version of ABR: *New* - Almost completely redesigned interface - Bootblock Library Will collect and save known bootblocks - Bootblock Compare Will compare any disk / bootblock loaded to all in your bootblock collection
05/06/2017

Amiga Future

Author: AndreasM


The OS4 Depot is a collection of software for the AmigaOS 4 and can be found via the URL http://www.os4depot.net .

With more than 3,000 files, it should now be the largest collection of software titles for the AmigaOS 4.

As in Aminet, the software is usually released by the programmers themselves and can download it for free.

Since our last report the following uploads have been added:

simonsays.lha - uti/mis - 3.6.66 - 476kb - 05 May 17 - 4.1 - 14 - ¤ SimonSays - Utility for HTML, Info, HAM, MOD
starsmap.lha - gam/mis - 1.0 - 6Mb - 05 May 17 - 9 - ¤ Stars Map - Wordguess: Hungarian and Latin names of stars sign
yt.lha - vid/mis - 1.5 - 2Mb - 03 May 17 - 4.0 - 41 - ¤ YT - YouTube URL Extractor script
arabic_console_devicepro2.lha - dri/inp - 1.564 - 4Mb - 02 May 17 - 4.1 - 6 - ¤ Arabic console - An arabic console device
workbenchexplorer.lha - uti/fil - 1.1 - 1Mb - 02 May 17 - 84 - ¤ Mark Ritter - Modern file browser loaded with features
ign-addon-ods.lha - off/spr - 0.20 - 2Mb - 29 Apr 17 - 4.1 - 39 - ¤ ign-addon-ods - ignition addon for access ods-files
reactivetls.lha - net/mis - 1.1 - 704kb - 28 Apr 17 - 4.1 - 30 - ¤ ReactiveTLS.lha - ReactiveTLS is a TLS lib for secure connections
reactive_lib.lha - lib/mis - 1.13 - 64kb - 28 Apr 17 - 70 - ¤ Reactive - A custom BOOPSI system
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News verfasst von: AndreasM
Email: Andreas@amigafuture.de
News URL: http://www.os4depot.net/index.php?function=recent
News Quelle: OS4Depot.net
URL der Quelle: http://www.os4depot.net/index.php?function=recent
05/06/2017

Amiga Future

Author: AndreasM


The AROS Archives is a collection of software for the AROS Research Operating System and can be found via the URL http://archives.aros-exec.org .

It runs in a similar way to Aminet, as the programmers themselves usually upload their own software in order to make it available to AROS users.

With nearly 1,000 uploads there is now an interesting collection of software for AROS.

The Aros Archives was founded 2005 from Björn Hagström.

Since our last report the following uploads have been added:

icoutils.i386-aros.lha - uti/mis - 0.31.3 - 1Mb - 04 May 17 - 5 - ¤ icoutils - Extract resources from Microsoft Windows binaries
umc.i386-aros.lha - vid/mis - 0.2 - 48kb - 01 May 17 - 4 - ¤ umc - modeline calc - Calculates Picasso96 screen modes
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News verfasst von: AndreasM
Email: Andreas@amigafuture.de
News URL: http://archives.aros-exec.org/index.php?function=recent
News Quelle: Aros-Exec.org
URL der Quelle: http://archives.aros-exec.org/index.php?function=recent
05/06/2017