Newly released for the Pandora Console

The Hollywood Player is a program that can run applets compiled by Hollywood. It cannot be used to create own projects. You'll need the full version of Hollywood to compile your own applets or executables. Hollywood is a multimedia-oriented programming language that can be used to create applications and games very easily. One of the highlights of Hollywood is its inbuilt cross-compiler which can be used to deploy software on many different platforms without having to change a single line of the code. The cross-compiler can compile executables for all platforms from any platform Hollywood is running on. The following platform architectures are currently supported by Hollywood: AmigaOS 3 (m68k) AmigaOS 4 (ppc) Android (arm) AROS (x86) iOS (arm) Linux (x86) Linux (x64) Linux (arm) Linux (ppc) macOS (x86) macOS (x64) macOS (ppc) MorphOS (ppc) WarpOS (m68k/ppc) Windows (x86) Windows (x64) ------------------------------- This package contain Hollywood Player 8 for Linux 32bit with some Plugins and some applet Samples. On Pandora is running with the help of Box86 (with ARM dynarec) library by ptitSeb.

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