Hyperion and the team of AmigaOS 3.2 developers show their dedication with an updated release of the Native Developer Kit.
The new NDK was released on June 30th 2021. According to the file description, it improves compatibility with different compiler environments. Also there seem to be "strategic" changes, simplifying future updates (see "ReadMe" picture below).
Probably not directly related to the NDK's contents, but also mentioned in the file details is what appears to be a new strategy of distribution with wider availability through additional sources.
An odd feature of this latest release (just like rel. 2) might be that it's incomplete by design (see "ReadMe" picture below), and it speaks of a "worthwhile endeavour" of "seeking out on earlier NDKs" - umh, maybe not exactly "worthwhile". (But we've done the work for you, see link at end of article.)
Whatever the case, this is certainly another welcome update, and a must-have for all Amiga developers.
|A look at the NDK3.2R3 ReadMe file|
Go to Hyperion's website to download AmigaOS 3.2 Native Developer Kit release 3:
If you don't have one of the earlier - complete - NDKs, you can get the "Amiga Developer CD 2.1" with NDK3.9 (yes, 3.9 comes before 3.2 in Amiga land) and lots of other stuff from your preferred vendor, or download NDK3.9 from Haage&Partner's website - here's a link: https://www.haage-partner.de/download/AmigaOS/NDK39.lha