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Fish 1120 




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This download was added on 01.01.1970 - 01:00 by AndreasM  • Last download 16.11.2018 - 10:57

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CONTENTS OF DISK 1120
==================

StructureGuide 1.0 Guide with links to all structs + info

An AmigaGuide file that contains links to OS structures, showing
members, sizes, and offsets.

INCLUDE: has to be assigned to the main include directory, containing
all include files (the directory containing the "exec", "dos" and all
the other drawers) for proper operation.

This guide also contains offsets for all symbols for those who don't
have the include files.

Author: Per-Olof Yliniemi
Path: AmigaLibDisk1120:Programs/StructureGuide/

==========

QCD 1.1 Cd with CDPATH,pcd,cd ..,filereq,cd DF?:

With qcd you can not only match paths, but also assigns/volumes/devices,
e.g. loc*:cat* would be short for locale:catalogs. If more than one
path maches it will ask you which one you really meant. Whenever possible
it understands the Unix elements . .. ~ / ,though the Amiga syntax has
priority. You also have the ablility to set a CDPATH variable to show
the program where to look for your directories. Of course you can go
back to the directory where you where before (similar to the script S:PCD).
Finally you can also select the directory via filerequester.
It has the following template :
DIR,NOREQ/S,NOPAT/S,NOHARD/S,NOSOFT/S,NOUX/S,FREQ/S,
PCD=-/S,PPCD=--/S,WAIT/K/N

Author: Frank Würkner
Path: AmigaLibDisk1120:Programs/QCD/

==========

AmigaXv 2.18 Amiga port of the popular unix displayer

This is a port of an X11 program called Xv (v3.10) by John Bradley.

XV is a program that displays image files in GIF87, GIF89, JPEG,
PBM/PGM/PPM, TIFF, PDS/VICAR Sun Rasterfile, and X11 Bitmap formats.
XV runs on nearly ALL X displays: 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 16, 24, and 32-bit,
color, greyscale, and black/white.

XV displays one image at a time in an output window, or on the root
window. You can arbitrarily stretch or compress the window, and the
picture will be rescaled to fit. You can rotate the picture in
90-degree steps. You can flip the picture vertically and
horizontally. You can repeatedly 'crop' a picture (define a
rectangular 'region-of-interest' and 'throw away' the rest). You can
magnify any portion of the picture by any amount, up to the maximum
size of your screen.

XV allows you click on the picture to determine pixel RGB values and
x,y coordinates. You can perform arbitrary 'gamma correction' on the
picture both in RGB space and HSV space. You can specify the maximum
number of colors that XV should use, for some interesting visual
effects. You can have the program produce a stippled version of the
picture using black and white, or any other pair of colors.

XV can write images in a variety of formats, with many of the
modifications you may have made to the picture saved as well. You can
use XV to do format conversion. XV will also automatically uncompress
compress-ed files, as well as read files from stdin.

Author: John Bradley, Amiga port by Terje Pedersen
Path: AmigaLibDisk1120:Programs/AmigaXv/

File hash table

Fish1120.dms [md5] 317a0a4475906a2f9a7c29857ddeb472


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