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Re: A couple abandonware apps

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Ease 5 English added to list. Nice to find this great desktop at last! :cheers:

Added Kobold 3.5 French. Added Kobold 3.5 English Addendum to manual.
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stokowski wrote:Hi,
thank you all for the great stuff. I´m searching for the atari scholastic titles (arrakis) which were sold in the U.S. by atari. Are there any download links for these titles (biology, chemistry, physics...).
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Did you check with B&C ? http://www.myatari.com/atarists.txt

They have several of them listed and not too expensive either! :cheers:
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TheNameOfTheGame wrote:Ease 5 English added to list. Nice to find this great desktop at last! :cheers:

Added Kobold 3.5 French. Added Kobold 3.5 English Addendum to manual.

Finally Ease 5 English !!!

Thank you !
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WOW ! Kobold 3.5 in French ! Congratulation to have found it !!!
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TheNameOfTheGame wrote:
stokowski wrote:Hi,
thank you all for the great stuff. I´m searching for the atari scholastic titles (arrakis) which were sold in the U.S. by atari. Are there any download links for these titles (biology, chemistry, physics...).
Greetings,
stokowski
Did you check with B&C ? http://www.myatari.com/atarists.txt

They have several of them listed and not too expensive either! :cheers:
Thank you for the info!
A question : Does B&C ship to europe?
Greetings,
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stokowski wrote:
TheNameOfTheGame wrote:
Did you check with B&C ? http://www.myatari.com/atarists.txt

They have several of them listed and not too expensive either! :cheers:
Thank you for the info!
A question : Does B&C ship to europe?
Greetings,
stokowski
They do, I ordered the International TOS Software catalog from them 1.5 years ago. No problems at all.
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Anyone seen the zoo of Prospero compilers? These are really rare, it seems. C compiler, Pascal, Fortran? Or FTL Modula-2? Hänisch Modula-2? SPC Modula-2?
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I have Prospero C mmg 1.5 (from documentation) - C-Bench.prg as main program wit compile options etc...
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Here is Prospero C 1.5
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And I found a real gem - from french author Guillaume Tello a wonderful piece of software named ProgDesk.
it's actually a very elegant way to make your own desktop via text file.
Example DSK file and very good manual is inside archive.
Status was shareware, but, if i understand well this version is full version:-)

So my friends, enjoy:-)
And thanks Guillaume Tello for his wonderfull program!

Cheers ! :cheers:
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nagual wrote: And thanks Guillaume Tello for his wonderfull program!
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:cheers:

Thanks !!
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nagual wrote:And I found a real gem - from french author Guillaume Tello a wonderful piece of software named ProgDesk.
it's actually a very elegant way to make your own desktop via text file.
Example DSK file and very good manual is inside archive.
Status was shareware, but, if i understand well this version is full version:-)

So my friends, enjoy:-)
And thanks Guillaume Tello for his wonderfull program!

Cheers ! :cheers:
nagual wrote:Here is Prospero C 1.5
Thanks as usual for sharing! :cheers:
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You're welcome :cheers: :cheers:
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penguin wrote:I'm still looking for SM-Text 520 (first word processor), MasterText, Sleepy Joe, LDW Basic Compiler and Softworks Basic.
Here is LDW Basic Compiler 2.0. :cheers:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/nl7xbg35ndd2b ... 2.zip?dl=1
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TheNameOfTheGame wrote:
penguin wrote:I'm still looking for SM-Text 520 (first word processor), MasterText, Sleepy Joe, LDW Basic Compiler and Softworks Basic.
Here is LDW Basic Compiler 2.0. :cheers:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/nl7xbg35ndd2b ... 2.zip?dl=1
Very nice :-)
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The links for iFusion are both pointing to the source code download?
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Mug UK wrote:The links for iFusion are both pointing to the source code download?
Yes, that is confusing. The binaries are in the Iconnect and Draconis folders. I changed to one link only with description. Thanks! :cheers:
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TheNameOfTheGame wrote:
penguin wrote:I'm still looking for SM-Text 520 (first word processor), MasterText, Sleepy Joe, LDW Basic Compiler and Softworks Basic.
Here is LDW Basic Compiler 2.0. :cheers:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/nl7xbg35ndd2b ... 2.zip?dl=1
Thanks! That's a rare one (in Germany at least).
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heres my want list ....

power basic
st control-trio engineering
fast asm
t-basic dr.t midi language...only only rom cartridge???

few more , but been a while since I pondered over the ideal of st software
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nagual wrote:Here is Prospero C 1.5
Cool! Ta!
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TheNameOfTheGame wrote:Here is Prospero Fortran 2.1. :cheers:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/w99eldnk2mtnd ... 1.zip?dl=1
Many thanks!
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Great collection of great software! Thanks!
Can we make all this software available here:
https://sites.google.com/site/stessential/

Anyone knows who's responsible of maintaining that site?
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dhedberg wrote:Great collection of great software! Thanks!
Can we make all this software available here:
https://sites.google.com/site/stessential/

Anyone knows who's responsible of maintaining that site?
http://www.atari-forum.com/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=16525
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