September software newsBy Chris Williams. Published: 23rd Sep 2003, 20:47:57 | Permalink | Printable
Ready! Aim! Fire! Rapid roundupWell now, hasn't the software news pile built up and this leaves the awkward question: where do we start? How about Artworks 2 news? MW Software has released Artworks 2.07 to users. This new version introduces page rulers, JPEG and text export and more.
John Bell has ported Doxygen to RISC OS, a utility which generates HTML based documentation from source code. John ported the utility for producing Netsurf docs - download the Doxygen port from here.
Richard Windley has updated his ODBC libraries and applications. These are now 32bit compatible, feature an updated PostgreSQL driver, a port of SQLite and an ODBC driver for SQLite.
Director 0.36 is also out and now considered stable. The Fortran Friends have reminded us that they've updated their webpages with new models and updated software. Alex Macfarlane Smith has put together a patch for Monopoly 2.06 for RISC OS Select users. Desktop enhancer Minidisc 0.60 is also now available.
Don't forget AntiSpam 1.17, new HP Deskjet 9300 driver, NetChess 1.05, new TaskCheck and CCres 1.06.
Finally, Melotech are on the look out for software developers, hoping to provide software publisher duties to interested programmers.
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