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Fish 0982 




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This download was added on 01.01.1970 - 01:00 by AndreasM  • Last download 15.11.2018 - 23:58

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How the Extension works

CONTENTS OF DISK 982
====================

Bin2Hunk Convert any binary file to an AmigaDOS hunk (or object
file) that can be linked with your linker into your
program. This is most useful when you wish some form of
data to be a part of your executable. This data can be
sound samples, images, text, or whatever. Sports a
ReadArgs() CLI interface, as well as a GadTools
Intuition interface. Memory type options include ANY,
CHIP, and FAST. Allows naming of your hunks. An
optional data item containing the size of your data can
also be specified. Version 2.2, binary only. Author:
Brian Koetting

HWGRCS A 3 part distribution of an RCS 5.6.0.1 port to the
Amiga, currently at patch level 8. Part 1 contains the
binaries and documentation in AmigaGuide and "man"
format, part 2 contains the source code to RCS, and
part 3 contains the source code and binaries for patch
and diffutils. The Revision Control System (RCS)
manages multiple revisions of text files. RCS automates
the storing, retrieval, logging, identification, and
merging of revisions. RCS is useful for text that is
revised frequently, for example: programs,
documentation, graphics, papers, form letters, etc.
Included are RCS 5.6, GNU diffutils 2.6 and an LP
utility to support paged diff outputs. Part 1 on disk
980, part 2 is on disk 981, and part 3 is on disk 982.
Author: Walter Tichy, Paul Eggert, Heinz Wrobel

JoyRide A commodity that provides an intuition front-end for
joystick events. This has some nice advantages for both
users and programmers. Basic features are a simple
joystick interface, application shareable joystick
events, and joystick events now pass through the
input.device stream. Version 1.0, includes source to
example test program. Author: Brian Koetting

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Fish0982.lha [md5] fd255b298350304aae566053d86aa2b4


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