Posts Tagged ‘Fish disk 243’

Fish-disk 243 content: FragIt

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

A dynamic memory thrasher for the Amiga. FragIt randomly allocates and deallocates psuedo-random size values of memory, ranging from 16 bytes to 50000 bytes by default. The result is an allocation nightmare, thousands of memory fragments are being created and destroyed continuously. This puts stress on the memory allocation routines of an application undergoing testing by simulating a very busy, highly fragmented memory environment. This is version 2.0, featuring many bug fixes, a full intuition interface, configuration settings via the icon, and more. Includes source. Author: Justin V. McCormick

Fish-disk 243 content: SuperLines

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

A new lines demo with a realtime control panel that you can use to change various aspects of the action. Has 10 builtin color palettes, support for things like color ‘smudge’, color cycling, color ‘bounce’, multiple resolutions, and can display either lines or boxes. This is version 1.0, binary only. Author: Chris Bailey

Fish-disk 243 content: Password

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

A program which enhances your computers security by making it complicated enough that users without your password will get discouraged trying to boot and use your system. This should keep out most casual or nontechnical users. Version 1.21p, binary only. Author: George Kerber

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