More software updatesBy . Published: 14th Jan 2003, 19:08:22 | Permalink | Printable
We want more. More updates! Ahem.CVS 1.03 (http://home.student.utwente.nl/m.m.bezemer/cvsuk.html)
Maarten Bezemer has updated the RISC OS port of CVS once more. Noteworthy features are the use of the GCC 2.95.4r3 compiler and attendant UnixLib fixes, use of Dynamic Areas for storage, use of the Crypt Random module for security and a tighter filetypes list. To find more about what CVS is all about, check out the CVS homepage at http://www.cvshome.org/docs
NetWatch 1.63 (http://home.student.utwente.nl/m.m.bezemer/netwatchuk.html)
Maarten Bezemer has also made some small tweaks to his NetWatch program which tracks changes on webpages.
EnBank 2.03 (http://www.envsoft.co.uk/riscos/)
FTPc 1.40 (http://www.ftpc.iconbar.com/)
Arguably the best FTP client for RISC OS, FTPc, is now up to version 1.40 and includes facilities for nested submenus!
Most of the apps mentioned here have also been upped to 32bit compatibility for those running such variants of RISC OS
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