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Fish-disk 784 content: Lyapunovia

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

A mindboggingly colorful program that makes pictures from a simple mathematical formula. (And it’s NOT Mandelbrot!) Lyapunovia pictures vary from colorful candy to mean metal (or something), offering you everything you ever wanted in visual representation of abstract nothings… This freely redistributable version of Lyapunovia has been thoroughly tested to work on all Amigas. Special registered versions with precision-extension, optimized for bigger CPUs, and support of WB 2.0/2.1 and WB 3.0 displaymodes (all 256 colors) are available. Version 1.0, binary only. Author: Jesper Juul

Fish-disk 784 content: BindNames

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

A solution to the problem of having to continually edit your startup-sequence to add assignments for logical variables when you add a new program. BindNames will read one or more files in a special directory and then create all the logical assignments at once and it can figure out dependencies, so it doesn’t matter how you order the entries in the file(s). It will create directories that it can’t find, such as RAM:Env and RAM:T and will generate warnings for assignments that it can’t resolve. Version 1.0, includes source, public domain. Author: Dave Haynie

Fish-disk 784 content: DirKing

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

A very powerful replacement for the AmigaDOS ‘List’ and ‘Dir’ commands. It gives full control on the format of the directory listing and what information should be printed. The directory can be sorted on any field, or on several fields in the order you want. Supports many filters, such as name and date, and the filters can be made effective on files only, directories only or on both. You can also define a pattern for each level of the directory tree. Has an LFORMAT option which is useful for generating scripts. A unique feature is the ability to monitor the scanning process. English version supplied, German, French and Dutch versions available from the author. Version 2.10, shareware, binary only. Author: Chris Vandierendonck


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