Posts Tagged ‘Fish disk 771’

Fish-disk 771 content: PubChange

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

A commodity for AmigaDos 2.04. It isn’t a public screen manager, but it is useful when used in conjunction with one. It is designed to make public screens easier to use. Whenever a new screen is brought to the front, this screen is examined. If it is a public screen, it is made into the default automatically without having to explicitly do it from within a public screen manager. Thus, the current default public screen is always the one which you have most recently brought to the front, and applications which use the default public screen will appear there. Version 1.0, binary only. Author: Steve Koren

Fish-disk 771 content: SourcOpt

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

A little assembly language source optimizer. While most assemblers have optimization, they optimize the compiled code. One disadvantage of this however, is when debugging code thru a disassembler or monitor, the code you see differs from that you have written because of the optimization. By optimizing the source first, you can eliminate some of these differences. Version 1.0, binary only, CLI usage only. Author: Alexander Fritsch

Fish-disk 771 content: PKludge

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

A mode promotion commodity for AmigaDos 3.0. It allows any mode to be promoted to any other mode. Mode promotion keyed from the screen name or title, and resizing and moving screens during mode promotion. It is useful to 1) promote all screens to a single scan rate to avoid re-syncing on multisync monitors during screen flipping, 2) use 800×600 or higher resolutions with some applications which don’t know how to open those screens but can otherwise handle bigger screen sizes, 3) use PAL:Productivity 640×400 mode instead of DblNTSC:High Res Lace mode, since the productivity mode tends to be more visible on some Amiga 4000’s. Version 1.0, binary only. Author: Steve Koren

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