Agar

Recently Tested Platforms

Agar has been recently tested on the following platforms:

  • DragonflyBSD / x86_64
  • FreeBSD / amd64
  • FreeBSD / i386
  • FreeBSD / powerpc
  • Linux / amd64
  • MacOS X / intel [3]
  • MacOS X / powerpc [3]
  • NetBSD / amd64
  • OpenBSD / amd64
  • Windows XP [1]
  • Windows 7 [1]
  • Windows 8/8.1 [1]
  • Windows 10 [1]
  • Xbox [2]

1. Tested with MinGW32, MinGW-w64 and Visual Studio.
2. Serialization requires a T:\ or D:\TEMP to write to.
3. Requires MacOS X 10.3 and up.

Other Tested Platforms

Agar was also previously tested on the following platforms:

  • AmigaOS 4 (via SDL)
  • SGI IRIX64 6.5 - IP30 (gcc2, MIPSpro 7.2.1)
  • SGI IRIX 6.5 - IP32 (gcc3, MIPSpro 7.2.1)
  • Linux / gamecube (see FAQ)
  • Linux / i386
  • Linux / playstation2 (see FAQ)
  • MacOS Classic (via SDL)
  • NetBSD / i386
  • NetBSD / sparc64
  • OpenBSD / alpha
  • OpenBSD / i386
  • OpenBSD / sparc64
  • OpenBSD / sparc
  • Windows CE (GAPI/WinDib via SDL)
  • Windows 95 (via SDL)
Standards compliance

Agar is written in industry-standard ANSI C (ANSI X3.159-1989).

Thread safety (--enable-threads) requires POSIX threads. Agar itself does not rely on threads for functionality but threads support makes Agar APIs safe for multithreaded applications.

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