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RMF-DOS is a project to create a compact, 8086-compatible, free clone of MS-DOS.1 weekly downloads
A tile based game engine for Windows/DirectX designed to simulate the best features of Super Mario Bros. 1, 2, and 3, while adding a map / entity editor and networked play.1 weekly downloads
Hobby DOS is a Disk Operating System compatible with MS-DOS (and FreeDOS) wrote in assembly language and you can run programs and scripts for MS-DOS.
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This is a project intended to continue the qfg series. Unfortunately it is a text based game.
An IRC client that uses Tcl for not only the scripting, but also the "glue" at the C level for how all the parts of the application fit together.
It's a GUI intended to be highly customizable, portable and work in computers with small resources. Moreover it will have a multilingual mechanism, for the user and for the programmer.
Squid access logs are a bit easier to work with after processing with squido. Use whatever tools you like on the simple tab-delimited output.