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Dapple/NDapple are Apple ][ emulators, aiming to support a well-fitted Apple ][, ][+ or //e machine with 64K. It is (was) based on Marat Fayzullin's M6502 with 65C02 additions. Dapple ][ aims for a 128K //e.2 weekly downloads
Jhwctl provides a textgraphical user interface to access the LPT hardware port. [In the making: LPT/COM, FileTransfer, PCSP, VGA font, libSIOS/libTMET]
KewlWrite is a word processing program built for Linux and other systems that has a much wider variety of document setups than other text programs. For example, with KewlWrite, you can code an RSS page or write a page in PHP.
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This is a project intended to continue the qfg series. Unfortunately it is a text based game.
Reenix is a combination of the best of both worlds: DOS and *x. Based on the GNU toolkit and FreeDOS, Reenix is a stepping-stone between the two OSes and a subset of *x which will run on an 8088.
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.
This is a jpeg2ascii converter that does not use the aalib which make it small, fast, and lightweight enough to be included for use as a viewer in the latest code for the popular and near ubiquitous lesspipe.sh utility.
Development environment for OS/2 and DOS
EXPR is a software package for the recording and analysis of animal behaviour. Recording is done by pressing particular keyboard keys on the computer. The software then saves the sequence and timing of behaviours.