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The Amiga Future 142 was released on the January 9th.

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Fish 1113 

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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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PoolWatch 1.03 Debug tool for pool-allocations (OS3.x)

PoolWatch is a debug tool for OS 3.0 and higher designed to watch and
correct illegal allocation and freeing of memory that use the
pool-functions provided in OS 3.0 and upwards. PoolWatch is necessary
since Mungwall do not catch any illegal memory handling concerning

PoolWatch is especially useful in combination with Enforcer, Mungwall
(which will watch normal allocations that use AllocMem/FreeMem),
SegTracker and FindHit (included in the Enforcer archive).

If SegTracker is running in the system when PoolWatch is started,
PoolWatch will use the public SegTracker seglist tracking for
identifying the hunk and offset into the executable doing illegal

You *need* sushi to run PoolWatch. PoolWatch will use kprintf() to
output text, and without sushi (or a terminal-program :) you will not
be able to see the text. Future versions will probably support output
to stdio too.

Author: Magne Østlyngen
Path: AmigaLibDisk1113:Programs/PoolWatch/


AmigaE 3.2a An Amiga specific E compiler

E is a powerful and flexible object oriented / procedural / unpure
functional higher programming language, mainly influenced by
languages such as C++, Ada, Lisp etc., and Amiga E a very fast
compiler for it, with features such as speed of >20000 lines/minute
on a 7 Mhz amiga, inline assembler and linker integrated into
compiler, large set of integrated functions, great module concept
with v40 includes as modules, flexible type-system, quoted
expressions, immediate and typed lists, parametric and inclusion
polymorphism, exception handling, inheritance, data-hiding,
methods, multiple return values, default arguments, register
allocation, fast memory management, unification, LISP-Cells,
gui-toolkit, (macro-) preprocessor, very intuitive and powerful
source-level debugger, easy .library linking, and much more...

Author: Wouter van Oortmerssen
Path: AmigaLibDisk1113:Programs/AmigaE/

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Fish1113.dms [md5] 5d8fb9ef29e51923ff4cb82b436e95d0

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