Fred Fish Disks 126 to 150
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💾 Fred Fish Disk 126
This is disk 126 of the freely distributable AMIGA software library.
This disk the following 7 packages; c, colour, dance, hbhill, iconify, onlyamiga, and suplib.
💾 Fred Fish Disk 127
This is disk 127 of the freely distributable AMIGA software library.
This disk the following 3 packages; Bounce, Nemesis, and Ripples.
💾 Fred Fish Disk 128
This is disk 128 of the freely distributable AMIGA software library.
This disk the following 9 packages; Dis, DropCloth, LedClock, MRBackup, Paint, PrtDriver, SDBackup, Sed, and c.
💾 Fred Fish Disk 129
This is disk 129 of the freely distributable AMIGA software library.
This disk the following 4 packages; DosKwik, MRBackup, PaintJet, and Patch.
Fred Fish Disk 130
This is disk 130 of the freely distributable AMIGA software library.
This disk the following 6 packages; DirMaster, Evo, Hp, Mach, PatEdit, and QMan.
💾 Fred Fish Disk 131
This is disk 131 of the freely distributable AMIGA software library.
This disk the following 6 packages; Dfc, HyperBase, Life, Mackie, Mg1b, and WFrags.
💾 Fred Fish Disk 132
This is disk 132 of the freely distributable AMIGA software library.
This disk contains two packages, Berserk and c.
💾 Fred Fish Disk 133
This is disk 133 of the freely distributable AMIGA software library.
This disk the following 4 packages; Conman, Crc, CrcLists, and Overscan.
💾 Fred Fish Disk 134
This is disk 134 of the freely distributable AMIGA software library.
This disk the following 6 packages; BoingThrows, Browser, Dme, Find, Library, and SmartIcon.
💾 Fred Fish Disk 135
This is disk 135 of the freely distributable AMIGA software library.
This disk contains two packages, TeXF and c.
💾 Fred Fish Disk 136
This is disk 136 of the freely distributable AMIGA software library.
This disk the following 6 packages; AsmToolBox, Bison, Iff2Pcs, Paste, YaBoingII, and Zoo.
💾 Fred Fish Disk 137
This is disk 137 of the freely distributable AMIGA software library.
This disk the following 7 packages; Ct, JeansIcons, Muncho, Sit, VGad, VLabel, and VirusX.
💾 Fred Fish Disk 138
This is disk 138 of the freely distributable AMIGA software library.
This disk the following 6 packages; AmigaLine, Diff, Foreach, MacFont, ModulaTools, and Vt100.
💾 Fred Fish Disk 139
This is disk 139 of the freely distributable AMIGA software library.
This disk the following 7 packages; AmiCron, ListScanner, ProCalc, RemLib, TurboBackup, WArranger, and WheelChairSim.
💾 Fred Fish Disk 140
This is disk 140 of the freely distributable AMIGA software library.
This disk the following 2 packages; SBProlog, and c.
💾 Fred Fish Disk 141
This is disk 141 of the freely distributable AMIGA software library.
This disk the following 2 packages; SBProlog, and SmallC.
💾 Fred Fish Disk 142
This is disk 142 of the freely distributable AMIGA software library.
This disk the following 3 packages; Diff, FracGen, and SciSubr.
💾 Fred Fish Disk 143
This is disk 143 of the freely distributable AMIGA software library.
This disk contains two packages, Rim and c.
💾 Fred Fish Disk 144
This is disk 144 of the freely distributable AMIGA software library. This disk contains a copy of Glenn Everhart's large and powerful spreadsheet program called AnalytiCalc, submitted to me directly by Glenn for inclusion in the library as an update to the version released on disk 104. The remainder of this file is Glenn's Abstract.txt filethat describes AnalytiCalc. Source and documentation is included on thedisk in arc'd form because it otherwise would not all fit on the disk.AnalytiCalc Abstract:AnalytiCalc is a large and powerful spreadsheet program with sufficient extra features to have some pretentions of acting as an integrated system. It is a virtual memory system supporting up to18000 columns and 18000 rows, multiple equations per cell, an outlining system, built-in cell annotation, and datafile access from any cell(s) of the sheet, plus an array of functions not present in most commercial spreadsheets. This disk represents the third version of an initial Amigaport of AnalytiCalc, and as such the console interface is somewhat crude anduses a set of command files in an externally assigned area (assigned to DK:) to handle the function keys. A custom keymap can also be used, which was supplied in the initial version. The program comes with complete sources, documents, and executables, and in addition with the source code for the auxiliary utilities which handle DIF format conversion and character graphics. (The executables are not adequately tested on amiga as yet, thoughthey work on VAX, PDP11, and IBM PC.) AnalytiCalc for the Amiga uses files compatible with thosefor AnalytiCalc on MS-DOS, VMS, or RSX-11M or IAS. An example project planner spreadsheet is included in the distribution to show off some of the things you can do. More example sheets will be forth coming in thefuture. AnalytiCalc also supports matrix math, FFTs, infinite windowing, linear regression, date arithmetic, internal and external macros, LOTSof cell addressing modes, goal seeking in up to 8 dimensions, and more. AnalytiCalc requires perhaps 600K of RAM memory, at least one 360K diskette drive, and AmigaDOS 1.2, plus a larger than default stack. Display sizes supported can be up to 132 characters wide by up to 76lines long. Sorry; I don't think AnalytiCalc supports proportional fonts very well, though it should manage not to be totally brain damaged with them. The manual requires an 80 column printer. To see the documentation you need either a printer 80 columns wide to print it, or an 80 column screen to view it on. ** PLEASE read the README. 1ST file for brief instructions on setting up a working AnalytiCalc disk. Please read the manual at least once over lightly too... *** SOME DO-NOT'S 1. DO NOT use AnalytiCalc until you have read the documentation. 2. DO NOT forget to make regular backup copies of your database. 3. DO NOT exit (X) the progam without saving your work if you want it saved. (You will be asked to confirm you really want to leave, however.) GETTING STARTED. See the README.1ST file!!! If you haven't already printed the documentation, please do so before trying to operate AnalytiCalc. Then, READ IT! You should also make sure that you have placed a write - protect tab on your AnalytiCalc distribution diskettes, so that they can't be accidentally erased or overwritten. You should now make a copy of your AnalytiCalc disks. These will also serve as your runtime system diskettes.De-archive AnalyExe.Arc and AnalyDoc.Arc at least onto a blankdisk and read the document files and release notes. You'll needa bit of AmigaDos familiarity to set things up (read how to usethe ASSIGN command and the SETMAP command and ASSIGN something asDK:; also set your stack large with the STACK command.) If you are using disk file memory, FACC is a good thing to use also. PLEASE READ THE MANUALS though, to save us all a lot of headaches. SOME MAXIMUMS AND MINIMUMS. Minimum RAM Memory required .....................about 600K Minimum Disk Drives required...............................1 Minimum Disk Storage required...........................880K Number of Columns......................................18000 Number of Rows.........................................18000 Maximum Length of Formulas (characters)..................109 Number of cells that can be full at once...............18000 Number of simultaneous named areas permitted.............300 Number of scratch cells outside spreadsheet...............60 Precision of calculations (digits; 8 bytes used)..........16 Total maximum storage managed (bytes)..............2,113,020 Maximum depth of document nesting (outline processor)......4 Maximum number of parameters varying to goal seek..........8 Maximum record size for data files accessed as database..128 Maximum number of files namable in one sheet.........>18000 Maximum cell columns displayable on one screen............20 Maximum number of rows displayable in one display.........75 Maximum simultaneous different cell display formats persheet (taken from large set)...........................76 Length of format specification (characters)................9 DISCLAIMER. In no event will the Author be liable to you for any damages, including any lost profits, lost savings or other incidental or consequential dmages arising out of the use of or inability to use these programs, even if the Author has been advised of the possibility of such damages, or for any claim by any other party. THE USER-SUPPORTED CONCEPT. User-Supported Software You are encouraged to copy and share this program with others. If after evaluating this program you find it to be useful, I trust you to send a $10.00 payment Glenn C. Everhart. 25 Sleigh Ride Rd Glen Mills, Pa. 19342. To Be Done:Future plans for AnalytiCalc: 1. Allow data files to be on a logical device. (Actually, FACCmay make this need obsolete). 2. Fix bugs as they are discovered. 3. Allow use on non-interlaced screens by redoing the two command and display windows as pseudo-requestors. Auxiliary files: 1. Check that DIFrw (DIF to or from AnalytiCalc saved format converter) and ACGRAF (character graphics utility) work as specified. Note: Sources to these programs, which compile and link cleanly on Amiga, are present here. However they are not yet tested, so executables are omitted.2. Port some of the BASIC graphics packages to Amiga. Possibly compile some of them.3. Supply the Business Expense Report, man power planner, andincome tax templates as extra examples. Possibly do a game of LIFE template too, just for fun.Other programs: Port the RIM relational DBMS to Amiga as a companion piece. (Thishas already been done porting from CDC to VAX to MSDOS (the lastby me), and should be straightforward). I have found that Absoft Fortran 2.3 is a stable and usable compiler and would like to acknowledge gratefully its contribution. He who wants to add to or modify AnalytiCalc needs Absoft Fortran 2.3 (or later, I suppose) to build it with. Anyone who has Absoft Fortran-020 for the 68020 is invited to recompile this program to use the faster chips. I didn't have either money or machine to try a 68020/68881 version, but see no reason why it would fail. I have also seen that there are some bugs in Absoft Fortran'shandling of con: and raw: windows which I have reported to Absoft. Hopefully this will permit upgrading of user interface soon, as these problems are (It seems that you CAN do both read and write to CON: windows in Absoft Fortran 2.3, but you must issue a REWIND on the unit between them. This is not always needed in V2.2, but occasionally happens. (This accountsfor the occasionally flaky behavior of DTC, which was compiled with V2.2 before I found the foregoing out.) Glenn Everhart 6 November 1987 Also present on the disk is DeskTop Calendar (DTC), a useful little appointment and meeting scheduler and calendar keeper. It will work on either interlaced screens or non-interlaced. AnalytiCalc needs more stack than the 4000 default (I use 65000 but less is probably OK). It also probably needs more than 512K of RAMfor operation as currently linked. The routines in AnalyO.Ftn can be overlayed against each other, but this has not been done as yet. Those desperate for a smaller executable, having Absoft's compiler, can rebuildin this way for a smaller executable. Also: AnalytiCalc MUST currently run on an interlaced screen owingto where some CON: and RAW: windows are opened. Move the windows to fit on anon-interlaced screen (via patching the image or editing/recompiling)if you must run it on a noninterlaced screen. You must turn interlace on in Preferences and boot with that set up. The SETLACE program will NOT create things quite right for AnalytiCalc and you'll generate the weirdest system crashes (all the way back to Kickstartsometimes) you ever saw if you try... just use Preferences and all will bewell... ) Glenn Everhart November 6, 1987 Enjoy...
This disk contains two packages, AnalytiCalc and c.
💾 Fred Fish Disk 145
This is disk 145 of the freely distributable AMIGA software library.
This disk the following 5 packages; Csh, DMouse, Dnet, Tab, and TinyProlog.
💾 Fred Fish Disk 146
This is disk 146 of the freely distributable AMIGA software library.
This disk the following 5 packages; Blanker2, C-Light, CrcLists, DmeMacros, and MemoPad.
💾 Fred Fish Disk 147
This is disk 147 of the freely distributable AMIGA software library. This disk contains the latest version of MicroGNUEmacs (MG 2b). Many additions and enhancements since the original works by Dave Conroy. Alarge amount of credit should go to the vast number of contributors andBeta testers.*Note: In order to fit all of the files on one disk and preserve the Workbench environment, the machine specific source code files and the document files have been archived. An executable copy of the public domain archive program Zoo has been placed in the c directory for the convenience of those who may not already have it.
This disk the following 3 packages; c, doc, and src.
💾 Fred Fish Disk 148
This is disk 148 of the freely distributable AMIGA software library.
This disk the following 5 packages; EFJ, FME, Fme, HandyIcons, and Scrambler.
💾 Fred Fish Disk 149
This is disk 149 of the freely distributable AMIGA software library.
This disk the following 5 packages; AnimalSounds, DX-VoiceSorter, Keep, Less, and Scheme.
💾 Fred Fish Disk 150
This is disk 150 of the freely distributable AMIGA software library.
This disk the following 8 packages; Airfoil, DC10, ExecLib, Iconizer, Pilot, StealMemBoot, c, and pic.