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Fish 0191 




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This download was added on 01.01.1970 - 01:00 by AndreasM  • Last download 14.11.2018 - 21:18

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CONTENTS OF DISK 191
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BlitLab Blitlab is a program which lets you experiment with the
blitter, to your hearts content, in relative safety. It
opens a workbench window with gadgets for all the
registers of the blitter, and allows you to manipulate
individual registers and perform blits on a magnified
bitmap. This is version 1.4, an update to the version
released on disk number 84. Includes source. Author:
Tomas Rokicki

Blk A requester making tool employing various recursive
algorithms including a recursive parser. It takes input
text files and converts them to C-source for including
as requester declarations. This is an update to the
version released on disk 152, with many enhancements.
Includes source. Author: Stuart Ferguson

FileBootBlock This simple little program reads blocks 0 and 1 of a
bootable disk and saves them as a program file that can
be run (heaven forbid) or disassembled by programs like
DIS or DSM. Includes source in assembly code. Author:
John Veldthuis

ISpell A port of a Unix version of a freely distributable
screen oriented, interactive, spelling checker. This is
an update to the version released on disk 54, with
enhancements by Tomas Rokicki. Version 2.0.02, includes
source. Author: Pace Willisson; enhancements by Tomas
Rokicki

Pz15 Computer version of those cheap plastic puzzles with 15
white tiles numbered 1 through 15 and an empty square
in a 4 by 4 arrangement. This one is more challenging
since you can't solve it by just prying out the pieces.
Includes source. Author: Mike Hall

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