AmigaOS Update: The MUI for AmigaOS development team has revised their build system and is happy to announce that it provides now daily nightly builds of their latest development sources to the public. Please find the respective nightly build archives of MUI3 and MUI4 but also at the bottom of the download section.
Please note that these builds are generated automatically from the current source repository (SVN), which means that they are completely untested – there’s absolutely no guarantee that they even start up or work without crashing or damaging your current installation.
Bottom line: USE THESE BINARIES AT YOUR OWN RISK! THEY ARE JUST SNAPSHOTS OF THE CURRENT DEVELOPMENT OF MUI AND MAY FAIL IN ANY ASPECT.
If you find any reproducible bug on these binaries, please file a bug report on the official MUI bugtracker stating which nightly build (YYYY-MM-DD) your tests are based on, otherwise we can’t do anything about it.
MUI stands for Magic User Interface and brings lots of new GUI elements for AmigaOS. AROS uses something called Zune, but both AmigaOS 4 and MorphOS uses MUI4 as GUI. MorphOS uses MUI for its main GUI also.