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Fish 1056 

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This download was added on 01.01.1970 - 01:00 by AndreasM  • Last download 16.11.2018 - 10:50

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APIPE 37.7 Alternative pipe handler (incl. source)

The `APipe-Handler' allows you to add the `APIPE:' DOS device to your
system. This device acts as a pipe between two programs, but in a
different manner than the standard `PIPE:' device does. This handler
interprets the text after the `APIPE:' prefix as a command line
to execute, and the process/command which opens the file indicated
by the mention of `APIPE:' can now read the standard output or write
the standard input of the program indicated by the command line
depending on whether the `APIPE:' file was opened for reading or
writing, respectively. Thus, the opening an `APIPE:' file is analogous
to the UNIX `popen()' call, but it is more widely available to the user.
Complete source is included and can be used as an example of a handler.

Author: Per Bojsen
Path: AmigaLibDisk1056:Programs/APipe-Handler/


RunLame 1.34 A smart degrader for stupid programs.

A smart degrader, more lame programs work, fixes the following lame coding:
not considering caches; not considering the location of the vbr; assuming
screenmode is an old chipset mode; assuming sprite resolution is lores;
turning off sprite DMA in the wrong way. Comes with a GUI and lots of
user-friendly features. Also includes RunLameInfiltrator, which enables
you to permanently fix lame programs. Has passed an extremely careful

Author: Bilbo the first
Path: AmigaLibDisk1056:Programs/RunLame/


ZShell 2.2 Small, fast shell with CFN and review.

ZShell is a small (26K), fast and powerful SHELL with many (64) builtin
commands. So it replaces most of the commands in the C: directory
what effects in saving disk space and reducing disk accesses. There
is no way around ZShell for those who do not have a harddisk or still
have Kickstart 1.2/1.3 . But it is useful for those with a better
Kickstart and/or harddisk, too, because for example it has powerful
editing & history, filenamecompletion, review buffer and a lovely
LIST, DIR and INFO command (very sensible ones !). I tried to made
usage similar to the AmigaDOS Shell for easy using.

Some of the features:
* Freeware, no payment required.
* Usage is similar (or better) to the standard AmigaDOS shell.
* Supports the standard housekeeping commands which are builtin,
so no disk access is necessary.
eg. list, dir, cd, rename, makedir, delete, copy, path, info, type
* A total of 64 builtin commands.
* About 26K small (pure assembler code, source included).
* Starting from Workbench or CLI/Shell possible.
* Filenamecompletion by simply pressing TAB.
* Review-buffer to see what scrolled out of the window.
* Command line editing better than KS2.0 .
* Command and Function key aliasing.
* DIR and LIST both sort (by default) and show filesize.
* Simple 'MORE' type text viewer.
* Some commands and features for debugging system/programs.
* Online HELP function and AmigaGuide documentation with examples.
* Has a kind of Memory-Clock with alarm.
* Colourful output, can be reduced to one colour.

Author: Paul Hayter, Martin Gierich
Path: AmigaLibDisk1056:Programs/ZShell/

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Fish1056.dms [md5] cdd5eb899c55c689f89192c3546f6cfd

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