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Fish 1028 

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This download was added on 01.01.1970 - 01:00 by AndreasM  • Last download 16.11.2018 - 10:47

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CatEdit 1.2 A GUI catalog editor/translator

A GUI catalog editor/translator, allows you to translate localized
programs. You can also remove errors in the translation of a program
or even the Workbench. All you need to translate a program is a
catalog file in a language that you understand.

Author: Rafael D'Halleweyn
Path: AmigaLibdisk1028:Programs/CatEdit/


DiskMon 3.0 Disk monitor - for most block devices

DiskMonTools Version 3.0:
-DiskMonitor : Works with Floppys, HardDisks and RAM-Disks (RAD, SD0, ...)
-FileMonitor : hexadecimal/ascii File-Editor
-DiskOptimizer: Fast and reliable Disk-Optimizer, all FileSystems
(DOS\0 - DOS\5), optimized for DirectoryCache-FileSystems
-Undelete : Recovers deleted files
-Repair : Repairs read/write-errors (Floppy-Disks)
-MFM-Editor : Low-Level-Editor for Floppy-Disks

Includes both English and German documentation

Author: Jörg Strohmayer
Path: AmigaLibdisk1028:Programs/DiskMon/


FetchRefs 1.1 AutoDoc/C-Asm-E include look-up tool.

FetchRefs is (yet another) utility to quickly look up stuff in AutoDocs
and include files. You run an ARexx script (typically assigned to a key)
from your editor when the cursor is at an unknown word. Then you get
another window with an AutoDoc or include file reference that describes
this word (if it IS described at all, of course).

With support for both AutoDocs and C, Assembler, and E include files
most programmers should not need feel overlooked. ARexx scripts are
provided for well known editors: AmokEd, CygnusEd, DME, GoldED, and
TurboText. Due to the ARexx interface, support for other editors is only
a new ARexx script away!

Other advantages include wild card support, optionally case insensitive
search, a powerful GUI driven index file generator, support for
"TagList", "Tags" and "A" postfixes to function names and a window with
a list of possibilities if you search for something that several
references match.

Author: Anders Melchiorsen
Path: AmigaLibdisk1028:Programs/FetchRefs/

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Fish1028.dms [md5] 82cbfde7ce61f4daad72c5da0eedf85d

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