The History Of MCP
MCP had been developed by Alien Design, and later continued by Dieter Groppé as a commodity for AmigaOS 3.1. After the developement had stopped, the original homepage had been hosted by A1k.org, and reworked completely in 2015. The history of MCP until January 2011, when the developement stopped:
After one year of several trials to repair my Amiga One, it stil does not work. There is no reasonable new hardware available (I already had a SAM, the X1000 is too expensive), so my time with Amiga now ends officialy, which also means an end of MCP. Thank you for your support in the past years.
MCP 1.48 official avaliable for download at 14.1.2010.
Due to several reasons, exsp. hardware problems with my AONE, MCP V 1.48 could not be released yet. New planned date for the release is January 2010.
The until now never released MCP version 1.47, written for the AmigaFuture, beta-version 1.47AF is now free for download.
MCP version 1.48 almost ready. Planned release for October 2009.
MCP version 1.47 has nevder left the beta-stadium. Version 1.48 makes good progress, planned release after debugging is the second quarter of the year 2009.
MCP Preversion 1.47 released for AmigaFuture-CD and AmiKit 1.5. The cd is planned for June.
MCP is now on a new server.
Release of MCP version 1.46.
Release of MCP version 1.45 at 7.5.2006.
Release of MCP-version 1.44 at 31.3.2005.
Some FAQs added for AOS4, some corrections of the rest. No longer free registration of the 68k-version possible. MCP forr AOS4 can be registered. If you have to pay a shareware fee, please read in the Guide of the next version.