Ah yes, thanks for reminding me. When I still had a lousy ADSL connection to internet, I had too Disallow my SWAG mirror in my
robots.txt file because all the search robots took up so much upload speed, when crawling over all the PAS files over and over again, that
it was quite noticeable. Now, many years later, with 100/100Mb fibre
it's high time open it up again.
Please do. I have the last unmodified archive from Jim McKeeth on my mirror if you need it.
You were a major influence on me when I first started Cheepware. I learned a lot from your code and SWAG.
... So I think I have the latest version. :)
Thank you. I've always enjoyed sharing what I know. After having
worked with programming since 1969 (ALGOL, Fortran, Forth, COBOL,
Pascal, C, OPL, assembler, and some more that I've forgotten
about...), it was a no-brainer to help people in the PASCAL echo
I am currently working on porting my DOS doors to Linux, Win32, OS/2, WINServer-native, and of course, DOS. I'm rewriting Rick Parrish's Manndoor
and forking it into my own doorkit (with his blessing). I just have
busy with everything I haven't had a chance to sit down and work on it.
currently putting in all of my own code into Manndoor and reworking a few things to my liking.
Manndoor also works under FreeBSD, I discovered, so I can add that to the list.
I can do Win64 doors using FreePascal but as Rob Swindell told me,
Björn Felten wrote to Sean Dennis <=-
That sounds like a heavy undertaking, are you sure it's worthwhile?
If I was me, the man I was 40 years ago, I'd go for a GUI for binkd. That would really be the Argus of the 2020s. Just a log file GUI
analyser would be almost revolutionary. <hint>
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