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Once again the team behind MorphOS has released a new update! This time version 3.15 released on the 31st of December 2020. The last public release was in October 2020, which is not long ago. You can find all the details concerning the new release below.
The MorphOS development team is proud to announce the immediate availability of MorphOS 3.15. This release includes numerous important performance, stability and security improvements. In particular, various serious bugs affecting a wide range of system components and included applications have been fixed, and many components based on open source projects have been updated to their latest versions. The Odyssey web browser also performs better when browsing HTTPS sites due to improved certificate validation performance.
For a more extensive overview of the changes included in MorphOS 3.15, please read our release notes.
We strongly urge new users to carefully read our installation and troubleshooting guides before they attempt to install MorphOS for the first time. Existing users can upgrade via the familiar procedure but are encouraged to read the guides as well. MorphOS 3.15 is available for download in our files section.
A new SDK is also available:
The MorphOS development team is proud to announce the release of MorphOS Software Development Kit 3.16 (December 2020).
This release offers countless improvements in our compilers, includes, libnix, GeekGadget environment and tools. We’ve included GCC 10, GDB, unzip and nano, and removed GCC 8. GCC 7 and 9 received updates fixing various bugs. libpthread was fixed and improved in various ways to provide more complete threading support. Binutils, OpenSSL, Perl, cURL, Git and OpenSSH, among others, were also updated. The full list of changes may be found in the SDK.readme file included in the distribution.
Our new SDK requires MorphOS 3.15 and about 2 GB of free disk space and can be found in our files section. As usual, a separate source package is available for download as well.
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