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Lpr is a remote print job submision written, in 'C'. Although derived from
BSD sources, hence K&R C, the source has been ANSI-ised quite a lot
in a attempt to make it portable. However a number of platform specific
fucntions are used. Currently only available for Acorn RISC-OS
Syslogger is a library which provide the 'posix' syslog interface to other
platforms,sending the log messages to the appropriate port on a remote
host. The main code is written in ANSI 'C', and just needs an small amount
of extra programming to support the appproiate linking structure of other
platforms. A veneer file is provided for Win32 systems.
Note: This library still requires a nearby un*x box running syslogd
or similiar to recieve the messages.
Dumbfs is a new filing filing system for linux.
This is a dumb idea. Linux has too man already. ;-)
The filing systems is to do somthing that I'm not yet revealing but
may be better done in user space. This to makes it a Dumb idea.
Final the filing system can (currently) only support two files,
guess what this to is dumb.
You can probaby see where the name comes from now too.
SocketFS is a streams based filing system currently only available for
Acorn's Risc-Os platform. The transport functions all written in hand-coded
ARM code, with a small amount of C to handle file setup.
This module is also and example of how to use C in modules with using
the CMHG tool. (As is Andy Armstrong's
The Autowidget::HTML to simplify 'simple' user entry
form for CGI scripting.
It make the generation of dialog box relatively straight forward
and allow easily abstraction of data
This is the recode as part of an attempt to share code with the
upcoming AutoWidget::Curses suite.
Net Throw, is a contraction of 'Network Throwback'. This is a system for
allowing a remote compter to generate throwback messages, to be display
(or processed in some other way), on the server machine. Currently the
server software only exists for Acorn's Risc-Os platform.
Throwback messages are generaly error messages from a batch translator
program such as a language compiler. The purpose of NetThrow is to allow
Risc-Os Editors and the associated throwback mechanism to be used when
dealling with work on foriegn platforms.
The odds and end pages is for small stuff I haven't put elsewhere.