I make no warranty of any kind, express or implied, including without
limitation, any warranties of merchantability and/or fitness for a particular
purpose. I shall not be liable for any damages, whether direct, indirect,
special or consequential arising from a failure of this program to operate in
the manner desired by the user. I shall not be liable for any damage to data
or property which may be caused directly or indirectly by the use of this
IN NO EVENT WILL I BE LIABLE TO YOU FOR ANY DAMAGES, INCLUDING ANY LOST
PROFITS, LOST SAVINGS OR OTHER INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING
OUT OF YOUR USE OR INABILITY TO USE THE PROGRAM, OR FOR ANY CLAIM BY ANY
When you decide to use this package, you automatically agree for the
1. I hold copyrights for these sources, and my name must be left intact, even
if only part of source file is used.
2. The sources can be used to create any new software which if redistributed
will be redistributed FREE only (as IRIT executable). You dont have to
release your sources, but if you do, they must be free as well.
3. No part of the sources, will be used for commercial purposes.
4. All the sources here can be redistributed FREE only, and exactly as they
are provided to you - the exact same files. You may alter the archive
program if you prefer (i.e. to zoo format for example), but thats it!
5. Although stated in 4, you may charge for the distribution reasonable amount
of money (not more that $10).
I decided to release these sources, mainly for educational purposes. Many
peoples point out, they can learn from the sources, so here is your chance.
I certainly would like to see these program goes on, in two main direction:
1. Improving and or fixing problems/bugs.
2. Porting these set of program to different environments.
I would like to emphasize on 2. You are probably going to be on your own in
that, so you better be knowing your other environment. However I would like to
support your environment (using you), but this requires that you would not
make a specific version, but use conditional compilation everything, but system
specific (i.e. dos/graphics routines). This also will make bug fixing easier.
This means, for example, that your system will support ANSI C. You probably
wants to contact me before starting, as I may help in what I did and you may
find that somebody else is also working on the same environment.
All the archives provided here are complete and independent. However, you will
probably need the libs.arc archive that contains some libraries and explains
how to create other libraries needed.
All sources are for Turbo C version 2.0. All programs supported
CGA/EGA/VGA/HGC systems but IRIT which does not support CGA.
This file is identical (up to updates...) in all archives
Now, that you have the sources, you have the ball...
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