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Fred Fish disk 591

Commodore Amiga Fred Fish Disk 591
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Commodore Amiga - Fred Fish Disk 591


A very tiny font, which is more of a gimmick than a useful font. Perhaps the tiniest font available for the Amiga.

Author: Sascha Wildner


Source to the immensely popular Commodore Amiga Monopoly clone game distributed in binary form on disk 251.

Author: Ed Musgrove


Vi IMitation. A clone of the UNIX text editor "vi" for the Commodore Amiga. Very useful for editing programs and other plain ASCII text. Based on Stevie (disk 256) with many enhancements such as multilevel undo, command line history, improved command line editing, full vi compatibility (except Q and zn commands), command typeahead display, command to display yank buffers, unlimited line length, ability to edit binary files, file name stack, support for Manx QuickFix, shows current file name in window title, etc. Internal storage structures have been redesigned for optimal speed and memory usage. Version 1.14, includes source.

Author: Bram Moolenaar, et. al.

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