June 8, 2002 - source code released
I regret that I haven't got the time to continue development
of the AWeb browser. Bringing the browser up to date to today's
standards (like support for CSS) would take more time than
can be justified by the remaining Amiga market.
I like to express my thanks to the Amiga community for using
my browser. In return I will release the source code of AWeb,
so others in the Amiga community have a chance to continue
All source code is released under the AWeb Public License.
In short, the APL means that you are allowed to
modify these sources and/or use them in your own products,
provided that these products will also be distributed subject
to the APL. It also means that you must make the sources
of your product available to the public.
Read the full APL text
for more details.
The following source code archives are available:
I regret that in general I can not give any support to
- awebapl.lha (914 kB) -
The main AWeb program sources and developer documentation.
- awebdocsapl.lha (1147 kB) -
The user documentation, catalogs, images, and other files. These
are essentially the same additional files as were included in the
commercial distribution of AWeb-II.
- awebapiapl.lha (154 kB) -
The plugin API documentation and examples.
- awebgifapl.lha (32 kB) -
The GIF image plugin.
- awebjfifapl.lha (504 kB) -
The JFIF/JPEG image plugin.
- awebpngapl.lha (420 kB) -
The PNG image plugin
The site of the "official" AWeb Open Source Project. Look here for
the latest releases of AWeb APL.
Developers: you are strongly suggested to join this project
if you want to help further development of AWeb, instead of starting
something on your own.
A simple FAQ written by Gabriele Favrin about what is needed to compile
AWeb and where to find this material, when freely available.
- AWeb mailing list at
YahooGroups. For discussion with other AWeb users.
The official AWeb-II homepage by AmiTrix. Look here for support for the
commercial version, datatypes, catalogs, and general information.