New GSX-86 Library Distribution Available - March 18, 2007
The GSX-86 C library distribution has
been updated to provide both OpenWatcom and Microsoft C versions in a
single archive. Futhermore, the distribution now contains
versions compiled for small, medium, and large memory models for both
compilers. More information is available on the GSX-86 page.
GSX-86 Library ported to the OpenWatcom C Compiler - January 20, 2007
The GSX-86 C, originally ported to Microsoft C, has been updated to compile under the OpenWatcom
compiler. OpenWatcom is a well-supported compiler suite that
still allows targeting 16-bit DOS systems. The assmebly routines
of the GSX-86 library were modified slightly to allow compilation under
this modern system. More information is available on the GSX-86 page.
GSX-86 (Graphics System eXtension) Library for Microsoft C Released! - September 17, 2006
A port of the GSX-86 C Library from Digital Equipment Corporation has been completed and is available from the Downloads
page. The library, supplied with the DEC Rainbow 100 GSX-86
distribution, now allows for high-level access to all GSX functions
from the C language. More information is available on the GSX-86 page.
uIP TCP/IP Stack for FOSSIL Systems Released! - January 12, 2006
The Downloads page now
contains the executable and source code for a web server that will run
over a serial line on a FOSSIL-enabled system (usually an MS-DOS
system). More details are available on the uIP page.
This release corresponds to the version on display at the Vintage
Computer Festival Midwest 1.0 that took place this past summer.
Try it out if you're interested in running a web server on
hopelessly outdated hardware!
1.6 Released! - January 4, 2006
new version of Exhale now supports container freesites.
Container freesites allow for the entire site to be stored in
a single zip file. This method improves speed of retrieval of
components of a freesite, although some rules apply to freesites.
Check out the new
version or go
directly to the download
Website Design! - January 4, 2006
The website has been redesigned using CSS instead of the old and ugly
tables. Most of the information should still be available.
Feel free to look around
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