The files here are some of the programs I've written in the past few years. When I get a chance, I'll add some neat stuff not written by me.
If you've ever been frustrated trying to write a program to install
your newly created software package, try this. A must for programmers
who'd like to spend more time on developing the actual program.
Installer! is a script-based DOS installation utility you can use to
quickly generate scripts to install your software. It includes many
commands: text-interface, DOS-program spawning, file copying and more.
Many examples included. Now supports copying from CD-ROMs and other
Emulation of the HP82240 Infrared Printer. Captures text and graphics
sent to it from the HP48 (or any other compatible serial device.
Displays all information received using the HP48 internal #2 font on a VGA
screen and saves it to a text capture file. A separate utility allows
you to view the capture file and print it in 24-bit quality. Great for
capturing screens from the HP48-brand calculator. Viewer source
When you've finshed your program, create a stunning reference guide to
help your users get the most out of your program. The intuitive
configuration system ensures that your document is organized and full of
the information you'd like your users to have. Also a necessity for a
programmer! See the included manual or the SATURN.DOC file below for
developing real-life examples.
PRE-RELEASE version of the Guide to the Saturn Processor. Please do
not distribute. Contains information about the chip
registers/interrupt system/HP48 periperal interface and more! If you
can contribute anything to this document, please contact me by
A detailed guide to interfacing the DJGPP PM C++ compiler with assembly language functions. Includes tested examples to guide you step-by-step through the process of creating pure-asm functions. Currently being written, but 50-75% of the document is available for viewing and comments. The examples from the document are available in a zip-file here.
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