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LifeLines is a genealogy program to help with your family history research. Its primarily strengths are its powerful scripting language and the ability easily import and export information in the GEDCOM format.29 weekly downloads
Agena is an interpreted procedural programming language.18 weekly downloads
FileSystem is an OPENSOURCE program for advanced disk management with built-in drivers for PATA IDE Hard Disks and DVD/CDROM Drives, USB Mass Storage Drivers. Implemented file systems : FAT32 / ISO9660 / EXT2. It can be compiled for DOS, LINUX, WIN324 weekly downloads
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gema is a general purpose text processing utility based on the concept of pattern matching. It reads an input file and copies it to an output file transforming the data as specified by the patterns defined by the user.2 weekly downloads
Over 600 classes for Web, RFC & File Management1 weekly downloads
Provides a DOS-based installation for DOS software.
Do you still have PFS:First Choice database files? First Choice was a great DOS-base flat file database program. The program, first2html, reads the file and converts it to HTML, as a TABLE. You can put your First Choice database into a web page!
This is a reprository of software I have written. It is written in C, C++ and hopefully in some obscure Basic :-) I gladly share my stuff with you under the MIT license, so you can do what you want with it (almost)... :-)