This is disk 852 of the freely distributable AMIGA software library.
Below is a listing of the significant directories and their contents.
CPUClr A small hack, inspired by CPUBlit, that replaces the BitClear
routine of the graphics library with a highly optimized 68020
(or higher) routine. This results in about a 60% speed up on
a 68020 and should be even more on a 68030/68040. This is
version 3.20, an update to version 2.0 on disk number 709,
Author: Peter Simons
OriginsDemo Demo version of a commercial genealogy program. The number
of records is limited in practice only by available memory
and storage. You may track attributes of people, such as
date and place of birth, death, burial, and marriages, and
parent/child relationships. Details such as baptism,
immigration, and occupation are also allowed for. Reports:
individual, family group, pedigree, Ahnentafel, descendants,
Tiny-Tafel, alphabetical lists. Free-form text for sources
and notes; display of IFF pictures; ARexx functions. The
demo version allows a limited number of records, has
printing of some reports disabled, and has GEDCOM utilities
removed. Requires minimum 1 MB of ram, OS V1.3 or greater,
and arp.library. Version 1.06, binary only.
Author: Jeff Lavin
ReSourceDemo Demo version of the commercial disassembler. Very fast,
intelligent, interactive. Over 900 menu functions. Most of
the Amiga structure names are available at the touch of a
key (user-defined structures also supported). Base-relative
addressing, using any address register, is supported for
disassembling C programs. Choice of traditional 68K syntax
or the new M68000 Family syntax. Online hypertext help.
Requires minimum 1 MB of ram, OS V1.3 or greater, and
arp.library. Version 5.12, an update to version 3.06 on disk
number 232, binary only.
Author: Glen McDiarmid