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Fish 1101 




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This download was added on 01.01.1970 - 01:00 by AndreasM  • Last download 16.11.2018 - 10:56

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CONTENTS OF DISK 1101
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ZGIFDataType 39.16 Fast datatype for displaying GIF files.

A very fast GIF Datatype

Main features:

o SPEED. Try it, after using this you wont want to be without it!
o Supports most gifs (only some esoteric, and mostly unused features
of the GIF8?a standard have been ignored)
o Uses async file reading for greater performance - on an A1200 will
load a picture the same speed off of floppy as off of hard drive!
o 100% Assembly language, very optimised.
o Custom chunky to planar conversion, that is reasonably fast
(a version using WritePixelLine8() runs about 50% the speed of
this version)
o Now works with all 68000 series CPU's (i hope)
o Now supports transparent gifs ('copy' a transparent gif from
multiview and then paste it as a bruch in DPaint - NEAT eh?)
o Its FREE! (this is of course the best bit)


Main limitations: (hey, its not _perfect_ after all)

o OM_WRITE BOOPSI method not yet implemented. Expect this in a future
release.
o Only decodes pictures with a global colour table. Most gif loaders
do the same, and most writers write them.
o Ignores any local colour tables (but still decodes picture). Could
lead to a bad palette.

Author: Michael Zucchi
Path: AmigaLibDisk1101:Programs/ZGIFDataType/

==========

C_dt 39.11 C datatype, highlights c/c++ keywords

This is a C Source data type for using in MultiView or similar programs.
It displays different parts of a C Source in different style and color,
like comments, keywords, basic types and cpp keywords! This goes all
through a prefs file. If you design a nice preference file, please
submit it to the author, so that anyone can use it!

Author: Stefan Ruppert
Path: AmigaLibDisk1101:Programs/C_dt/

==========

db 2.6 Database with GadTool look

db is a small and fast database program that I wrote after having tested
numerous other PD database programs and always found something lacking or
irritating me. They might have dozzens of features not found in db, but
they lacked font sensitivity and a standard GUI look and OS 3.0 behaviour.

My main need was to keep record on addresses and telephone numbers of
friends and companies. Before v2.0 db was fixed to be just an address
and telephone database, but that has changed. The program is designed
to handle information of your choice. Currently you have to use a file
editor to specify the database fields and layout as there is no GUI for
that.

Anyway that's a one time job, then you just USE the database and have fun.

Complete GUI support will probably only be included in a commercial product
I plan to call REG.

A partial list of db's features include:

o Dynamic memory handling. Number of records and fields only limited by
free memory.
o GadTool based. (Use fields of string, checkbox and cycle type)
o Mouse and keyboard driven.
o User definable fields and layout.
o Multiple views of the same database.
o Commodore's Clipboard for flexible interaction with other programs.
o AppWindow -just drag and drop database icons on db to load.
o Online MenuHelp -Press HELP key when selecting a menu item.
o Font sensitivity.
o ARexx
o ASL requesters for flexible loads and saves.
o Localized
o Dial numbers using a modem or loudspeaker
o WB and Shell usage with Commodore's template parsing
o Fast and flexible find function using AmigaDOS patterns.
o Filter function.
o Fast and flexible sort function. Multiple sort orders can be
specified.
o 'Export View' and two standard ASCII export features.
o Automatic ASCII import (tab-separated ASCII)

Author: David Ekholm, Datadosen
Path: AmigaLibDisk1101:Programs/db/

File hash table

Fish1101.dms [md5] e9c552e3f75ecdf49ac763ae7b567dfb


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