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    Re: Aurora SDK

    Quote Originally Posted by kryton9
    Roberto, thanks lots of good info there. I got ebasic working as an sdk. I will work on Aurora next. It is different that the others. Ebasic is at the moment very compatible with ibasic pro. But it is supposed to change in time.

    Aurora is already quite different. You might want to look at Aurora, since you are a c/c++/asm guru. I think you will find aurora very interesting.
    I press my thumbs for you that it works out.

    About EBasic changing compatiblity; My guess is not. It is out now for allmost a year and no development in that direction. I think it will stay lib compatible for a long time. I'm not upset about it, because it makes life easier.

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    Re: Aurora SDK

    I suspect EBasic is 99.99999% equal to IBasic.

    What's the 0.00001% difference?
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    Re: Aurora SDK

    Yes I agree, indeed funny story the switch from IBASIC to EBASIC.


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