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Fish 1099 




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This download was added on 01.01.1970 - 01:00 by AndreasM  • Last download 16.11.2018 - 10:55

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CONTENTS OF DISK 1099
==================

MailQueue 37.2 Monitor number of Messages in SMTPSpool

This is just a little program to use with
the INetUtils for AmiTCP/AS225, especially
for your SMTPSpool directory. The program
will monitor all queued files within the
SMTPSpool directory and display the number
of messages in a small window, you may
position somewhere on your Workbench. As
soon as a message is queued/deleted, the
information will be updated.

Author: Kai Iske
Path: AmigaLibDisk1099:Programs/MailQueue/

==========

HFT 38.557 A very small ANSI terminal program.

A wonderful ANSI terminal program. Main features are:

- Reliable ANSI terminal emulation
- Multiple simultaneous terminal windows/sessions
- Console support with cut & paste
- Opens on the default public screen
- Compatible with all serial.device clones; tested on serial, baudbandit,
uw, and nullmodem devices
- Takes advantage of Workbench 2.04; 1.3 is not supported

Author: Herbert West
Path: AmigaLibDisk1099:Programs/HFT/

==========

SerLog 1.6 Debugging device to monitor serial-IO

serlog.device passes all IOExtSer requests to a "real" serial.device
and writes the results to a file. You may configure the amount of
information to be stored in the log. The log-file created by
serlog.device contains a binary dump which can be formatted
(i.e. transferred into a readable version) using the supplied
formatter.
Note that serlog.device uses *significant* overhead over the underlying
serial.device, resulting in very low baud-rates.

Author: Stefan Pröls
Path: AmigaLibDisk1099:Programs/SerLog/

==========

PSPRT 1.24 Print PS files on non-PostScript printer

PSPRT-Handler allows you to print PostScript files on non-postscript
capable printers using the "post.library" PostScript interpreter.

Author: Daniel Weber
Path: AmigaLibDisk1099:Programs/PSPRT/

==========

PoolWatch 1.01 Debug tool for pool-allocations (OS3.x)

PoolWatch is a debug tool for OS 3.0 and higher designed to watch and
correct illegal allocation and freeing of memory that use the
pool-functions provided in OS 3.0 and upwards. PoolWatch is necessary
since Mungwall do not catch any illegal memory handling concerning
pool-allocations.

PoolWatch is especially useful in combination with Enforcer, Mungwall
(which will watch normal allocations that use AllocMem/FreeMem),
SegTracker and FindHit (included in the Enforcer archive).

If SegTracker is running in the system when PoolWatch is started,
PoolWatch will use the public SegTracker seglist tracking for
identifying the hunk and offset into the executable doing illegal
allocations.

You *need* sushi to run PoolWatch. PoolWatch will use kprintf() to
output text, and without sushi (or a terminal-program :) you will not
be able to see the text. Future versions will probably support output
to stdio too.

Author: Magne Østlyngen
Path: AmigaLibDisk1099:Programs/PoolWatch/

==========

Retire 1.0 Removes entries from s:user-startup.

Retire removes entries of applications from the s:user-startup file without using the installer.
It is useful in shell scripts to uninstall applications.
Retire removes the lines from BEGIN to END of the application entry and following empty lines if any.

Author: Ralf Gruner
Path: AmigaLibDisk1099:Programs/Retire/

==========

PeekQual ?.? Generates WARN (5) codes on qualifiers

The reason for this program to be is that I recently had trouble in finding
which of the programs launched in my user-startup was sometimes crashing the
system. I wrote a special version of the user-startup that asked before running
all programs, and thought it would be great to have a program allowing to switch
the files automatically when a key was hit.

The best candidates for those keys were of course the qualifiers, since they do
not interfere with the output window. Moreover, there is a new (V36) function
in the input.device that would make it easy to test: PeekQualifier(). So here
is this program, which does not even require a window to be opened to work. The
program fits in one disk block, and is pure, meaning it can be made resident.

To use PeekQual, you must have kickstart 2.04 or higher. It will only work from
CLI, the template is as follows:

PeekQual ONQUAL,OFFQUAL

Each of the arguments, ONQUAL and OFFQUAL, should be a word made of the
following letters (I've tried to respect this rule: lower case for left keys,
and upper case for right ones):

s: left Shift
S: right Shift
c: Control
C: Caps lock
a: left Alt
A: right Alt
g: left amiGa
G: right amiGa
b: left mouse Button
B: right mouse Button
m: Middle mouse button

The program does the following: it PeekQualifier()s and then tests the
result: if all keys given in the ONQUAL argument are pressed and all keys given
in the OFFQUAL argument are NOT be pressed, then the program returns WARN (5),
else it returns OK (0). The result can then be tested with the IF WARN command
in a script file. All qualifiers given neither in ONQUAL nor in OFFQUAL are
ignored.

Example, in your startup-sequence:

PeekQual CSs
IF WARN
Execute S:User-Startup.Debug
ELSE
Execute S:User-Startup
ENDIF

Author: Frederic Delacroix
Path: AmigaLibDisk1099:Programs/PeekQual/

==========

BitOp 2.2 Bit tool; dec-hex-bin conv; calc

A tool for creating/editing bitmasks. Also converts dec-hex-bin. And can
be used as a calculator. Performs AND, OR, EOR, ADD, SUB, MUL, DIV, NOT,
NEG, and SL/SR on any one or two numbers.

Author: John Corigliano
Path: AmigaLibDisk1099:Programs/BitOp/

==========

Sabot_Icons ?.? Three New Icons For Use With SABOT

Three new icons for use with the mail-notifying program, SABOT

Author: David Voy
Path: AmigaLibDisk1099:Programs/Sabot_Icons/

==========

SSearch 1.4 Fast replacement for AmigaDOS 'search'

Does nearly the same thing as the AmigaDOS's search command but faster.
Example: searching for "foobar" in the C= Autodocs (plus some other
Autodocs, 82 files, 1937 KBytes) requires 73 seconds with search and
15 seconds with ssearch on the author's machine (A3000/030-25). SSearch
has two additional features compared to search: you can search case
sensitive, which is even faster than case insensitive, and you can switch
off printing of file names.

Author: Stefan Sticht
Path: AmigaLibDisk1099:Programs/SSearch/

==========

IconShow 0.12ß Icon viewer for directory utils and CLI

This program allows you to view and test icons. It can be used from CLI
or any configurable directory utility (Directory Opus, DiskMaster, MegaD
and many others).

Author: Per-Olof Yliniemi
Path: AmigaLibDisk1099:Programs/IconShow/

==========

AmigaElm 6.24 Mail-Reader (UUCP/Internet), v6 (6.24)

Electronic Mail Reader for UUCP and IP packages (AmigaUUCP, Dillon-UUCP,
Feulner-UUCP, wUUCP, AmiTCP + InetUtils etc.), easy to install and to use.
Mostly compatible with Unix-elm (basic functions) and lots of additional
features. Can be used over a serial line. Basic internal support for MIME
(multimedia mail) and encryption/decryption (eg, with PGP). Also supports
"metamail" and "reqtools" library 2.x. Registered version comes with full
C source (and has better support ;-) (concept based on hwr-mail by Heiko W.
Rupp)

Author: Andreas M. Kirchwitz
Path: AmigaLibDisk1099:Programs/AmigaElm/

File hash table

Fish1099.dms [md5] 9228745aabff0c48e307b9453fdf7821


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