!! Note that
updated many of these packages have since been updated as
Mutt 1.5.5 for DJGPP / DOS / Windows:
Mutt is a small but very powerful text-based mail
client for Unix operating systems. This release has incorperated modified
patches for NNTP, POP and SMTP ('builtin' sendmail) and calls to external apps
(i.e. 'print', 'pipe message' and 'pipe attachment') work for the most part.
Mutt for DOS has been built using
release 1 June 28 2005
1.5.5 sources release 1
NetSNMP 5.2.1 for DJGPP / DOS/ Windows:
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is a widely
used protocol for monitoring the health and welfare of network equipment.
NETSNMPD is a DOS-DJGPP implementation of this package. Although the client
programs work quite well for me, the server (snmpd) is not very useful at this
stage. Net-SNMP for DOS has been built using
NetSNMP 5.2.1 release 1
May 24 2005
5.2.1 sources release 1
ESPGS Ghostscript for DJGPP / DOS / Windows:
Ghostscript can read a PostScript or PDF file and
display the results on the screen or convert them into a form you can print on a
non-PostScript printer. This is a re-release of ESPGS ghostscript 7.05.5 for
DJGPP using a patch that was originally made available on the OKSID website in
Output to the various raster-printer formats seems to work fine, but I have not
yet have a DOS video driver that supports VGA (for NT-based release like XP).
Ghostscript 7.05.5 DJGPP Complete Binary Distribution August 22 2005
ESPGS 7.05.5 source with
DJGPP patch and modifications
Runtime files (Use with source distribution).
GnuPG 1.41 for DJGPP / DOS / Windows:
GnuPG is a complete and free replacement for PGP.
Because it does not use the patented IDEA algorithm, it can be used without any
restrictions. GnuPG (GPG) for DOS has been built using
DJGPP and Wattcp-32.
release May 12 2005
Edifact for Python alpha release:
UN/EDIFACT is the international EDI standard developed under the United Nations.
This is an Edifact (and Engdat) parser module for Python. As there are numberous
special Edifact applications, this module has taken an 'open architecture'
approach. The module itself is written in Python and provided in source code
form. The specific Edifact application to be parsed from input files is defined
by an external XML template (see the 'Engdat' template provided). The Python
module may be reconfigured for any desired XML template name and location:
PyEdifact alpha release
GNU / DJGPP Shell Script Utilities:
for format transformation between HZ, GB, B5 and Postscript (DJGPP dpmi):
for Chinese text files containing Hanzi, GB and Big5 characters on any ANSI or
Windows XP / DOS terminal – banner style (DJGPP dpmi):
C programming (DJGPP):
Ncurses library 5.4
Lisp and Scheme:
stylesheet processing under DOS:
STLIN: STL (SLA) - ascii format
importer for CADKEY written in CADL
I wrote this small algorithm
years ago, but it has changed little since. It was a favorite on the Cadkey
WebForum when I still worked with a local area Cadkey dealer in the States. This
script worked well under Cadkey versions 6, 7 (DOS and Windows) and Cadkey 97.
Here it now retires peacefuly: