Posts Tagged ‘Fish disk 240’

Fish-disk 240 content: CrossDOS

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

A link library of routines to aid in debugging memory problems. Works with Lattice C 5.0 and possibly with earlier versions. It’s features include trashing all allocated memory, trashing all freed memory, keeping track of freed memory with notification if it is written to, notification of memory freed twice or not at all, notification of overrunning or underrunning allocated memory, generation of low memory conditions for testing purposes, and identification of violations of memory use by filename and line number of the allocating routine. Includes source. Author: John Toebes and Doug Walker

Fish-disk 240 content: MemLib

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

A ‘tryware’ version of a mountable MS-DOS file system for the Amiga. This is a software product that allows you to read and write MS-DOS/PC-DOS and Atari ST formatted disks (Version 2.0 or higher) directly from AmigaDOS. This tryware version is a ‘readonly’ version, which does not allow any writes to the disk. A fully functional version is available for a very reasonable price from CONSULTRON. Version 3.02, binary only. Author: CONSULTRON, Leonard Poma

Fish-disk 240 content: Dis

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

An AmigaDOS shareable library which implements a symbolic single-instruction disassembler for the MC68000 family and a program which uses the library to disassemble/dump AmigaDOS object files, making full use of symbolic and relocation information. Includes source code in Draco. Author: Chris Gray


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