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Software News   Software News : New software releases by OnyxSoft
   posted by Deniil715 on 16-Mar-2008 20:57:43 (2354 reads)
Time for a bunch of updates from OnyxSoft. We are releasing 4 software updates! One update is actually new for OnyxSoft: It is AmiVNC4 (c) Stephane Guillard which I have continued development on. It is released with source code.

Updated programs:


AmiVNC4 v2.1.1. - (OS4) VNC server. Some of the changes from v2.0.2 by Stephane Guillard, and the beta 2.1.0 by me:
- Fixed a crash if screen size wasn't a multiple of 32x32 pixels.
- Added CopyRect and simple HexTile encoding.
- Better key mapping.
- Cut'n'paste support.
- Automatic BGR233 selection if the client requests it.
- Better error detection.
- CPU monitoring and control.
- Better mouse support for wheel etc.

Annotate v2.6.1 - (OS4) A very comprehensive text editor with a lot of functions. These are the major updates:
- Using expat.library to save size.
- Added HTML and LaTeX as a syntax highlighting.
- Added a UNIX copy'n'paste emulation mode.
- Added a function to let paste replace a selection.
- Now Ann asks if you try to overwrite and existing file or open one that is already opened.
- And much much more!

MultiRen v1.64 - (68k) Powerful multi-file renaming tool using MUI. Has plugin-support for MP3- and picture-renaming and more.
- Added an "emergency" function.
- Fixed a few minor bugs.

DECH v1.49 - (68k) Deniil's E-Compiler Handler: A small tool for managing and compiling sources.
- When executing the compiled programs the process gets a proper name (in case it needs to be killed).
- Programs can read input from the DECH output window. CtrlC (still) does not reach the programs though.

As usual: Keep nagging about bugs or lack of features, and the more frequent the updates will come!

    

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Re: New software releases by OnyxSoft
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Nice work with the AmiVNC


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thanks a lot !

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Multiren Forever!


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Thanks Deniil for these upgrades.


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Love your updates Deniil :D

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I really like that people appreciate MultiRen!

This is one of the programs I'm personally most proud of.

I believe this is a program most people have a need or wish for at some point, but few people know what to look for when they need a good way of renaming files, edit file comments on a lot of files, create playlists, generate scripts based on a lot of files.


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Very Nice :)

Question: Is it possible that E will support PPC?


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@Yssing

You mean Amiga-E, the language I use?
Not the original one, but there is ECX which is very similar to Amiga-E and exists for MorphOS/PPC. There is also PortablE which is a continued development of the E language, but written from scratch. It fixes short-coming, adds lacked features, better OOP support, type checkinig etc. PortablE compiles its code (which is quite similar to plain E code, but would need a rewrite) into another language, such as C++. This C++ code can later be compiled for any platform, such as OS4.

I myself still use plain old Amiga-E for my 68k programs and C/C++ for OS4.
lack of support for 3p modules, such as MUI, has made me not go over to PortablE (yet). PortablE is also as slow as a C compiler, plus it needs a C compiler too, which makes compile time twice as long. EC (for Amiga-E) is extremely fast. EC is faster on a 030/50MHz than gcc is on a G4/800MHz.


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NICE!!!

GOOD WORK!


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In case anyone wonders: AmiVNC4 is being reviewed by Stephane which is why it hasn't been uploaded to OS4Depot or Aminet yet. But it does exist on OnyxSoft homepage.


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Happily Annotating and ocasionally AmiVNCing here...

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