Category : Communication (modem) tools and utilities
Archive   : AP121.ZIP
Filename : BIMODEM.SLT

 
Output of file : BIMODEM.SLT contained in archive : AP121.ZIP
// ________________________________________________________________________
// | |
// | A Sample Script file for use with Telix 3.10 |
// | |
// | This script will simply execute BiMenu, from there you will have |
// | complete control of all aspects of installing and running BiModem. |
// |________________________________________________________________________|
//
// Very simple yet it really helps. now if you execute this script from
// Telix, it should do the trick. Feel free to enhance this as there are
// many directions you could take.
//
// 4/16/90: Slight changes to ensure compatibility with the BIMODXMT and
// BIMODRCV scripts included with Autopuma. BIMODEM.CFG and BIMODEM.PTH
// are forced to the default Telix directory.

str cmdline [127];
str pthpath [80];
int port;

main()
{

// ensure telix dir has a trailing slash.
if (subchr (_telix_dir, strlen (_telix_dir)-1) != '\') {
strcat (_telix_dir, "\");
}

port=get_port();
cmdline="BiMenu ";
// set path to config file
strcat (cmdline, "/C ");
strcat (cmdline, _telix_dir);
strcat (cmdline, "BIMODEM.CFG");

// set path to transfer list file
strcat (cmdline, " /P ");
strcat (cmdline, _telix_dir);
strcat (cmdline, "BIMODEM.PTH");
dos (cmdline,0);
// these two line force Telix to re-examine the carrier status.
// currently if a carrier is lost during an external protocol
// Telix will not realize when it returns.
set_port (8-(port==8)); // use 8, or 7 if 8 is taken
set_port (port);
}


  3 Responses to “Category : Communication (modem) tools and utilities
Archive   : AP121.ZIP
Filename : BIMODEM.SLT

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

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