Posts Tagged ‘Fish disk 288’

Fish-disk 288 content: DiskSpeed

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

A disk speed testing program specifically designed to give the most accurate results of the true disk performance of the disk under test. Automatically updates and maintains an ASCII database of disk results for tested disks. This is version 2.0, an update to version 1.0 on disk 251, with a few new features and a cleaner user interface. Includes source in C. Author: Michael Sinz

Fish-disk 288 content: Scripit

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

A script language that allows you to automate actions you would normally have to do manually. Scripit can do anything that you do manually, by either the mouse or keyboard, by using a set of commands that instruct Scripit to simulate specific mouse or keyboard actions. Also has an ARexx port, so it can be driven by ARexx allowing ARexx control over programs that do not have ARexx ports. Includes both a recorder to generate scripts and a player to execute them. This is version 1.20, binary only. Author: Khalid Aldoseri

Fish-disk 288 content: PlotData2D

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

Plots data onto a custom user defined screen and window, reading the plot and screen/window definitions, along with the X and Y data pairs, from a disk file. Supports linear, log-log, and semi-log axis plots. The data can be plotted with lines, symbols, or both. Includes numerous example plots. Version 1.0, includes source in Fortran. Author: Robert C. Singleterry Jr.

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