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AmiUpdate V2.54 released.

Updated the developer documentation and added more detailed coverage.

The new Bugtracker is now online, thanks to MantisBT. Read more here.

AmiUpdate V2.53 released.

This includes a fix to the Preferences editor and an application.library error.

Also spent some time giving the website some loving to ensure links etc now work due to the ongoing domain redirection problems.

AmiUpdate V2.52 released.

AmiUpdate 2.51 released.

AmiUpdate 2.50 released.


AmiUpdate, as the name might suggest, is an updating system designed purely for the latest incarnation of the Amiga Operating System commonly referred to as "OS4", developed by Hyperion Entertainment CVBA based in Belgium.

AmiUpdate has been used for a number years in the private world of AmigaOS beta testing and continues to help the team keep their systems up to date with the latest files as they are released.

You may also make use of this software, and in turn make the housekeeping of your AmigaOS system much easier. System updates are reserved currently for use only within the beta-testing environment, but you can still make use of the public portion of the database and the components and applications supported by it.

A full list of the supported updates can be found in the Contents section. If you have any of the applications installed that are listed in that section, you should be able to use AmiUpdate to keep track of new versions, and automatically install them. Simply pressing "Scan" will start the process of checking for updates, you can then select any updates you wish to initiate (they are all selected by default) and click "Update" to actually download and install them. There is more specific information in the online documentation, reachable from the "Help" menu item. You can also view it from the Description section.

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