Posts Tagged ‘Fish disk 489’

Fish-disk 489 content: SKsh

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

A ksh-like shell for the Amiga. Some of its features include command substitution, shell functions with parameters, aliases, local variables, local functions, local aliases, powerful control structures and tests, emacs style line editing and history functions, I/O redirection, pipes, large variety of built-in commands, Unix style wildcards, Unix style filename conventions, filename completion, and coexistence with scripts from other shells. Very well documented. Version 1.7, an update to version 1.6 on disk 381. Lots of new features and bug fixes. Binary only. Author: Steve Koren

Fish-disk 489 content: Automata

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

Automata is an extremely versatile, cellular automaton simulation. Virtually every aspect of the simulation can be altered, saved, and later recalled. Also supplies many powerful editing functions (such as patterns, rotations, reflections, etc) for creating and modifying cell configurations. Additional features include editable icons, an immense variety of rules from which to choose, ‘music’ which changes as the cell configuration changes and methods to speed execution from 3 to 60 (or more) generations per second. Binary only. Author: Jerry Mack

Fish-disk 489 content: MkBmap

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

Builds Amiga format bitmapped fonts from PostScript fonts. Uses the library ‘post.library’ (disk 468) to render the characters. Best results are obtained with fully hinted type 1 fonts, such as those supplied by Adobe and other vendors. Version 1.0, includes source. Author: Adrian Aylward

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