Category : A Collection of Games for DOS and Windows
Archive   : MDAT150.ZIP

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What's New in MakeDat?

Version 1.00 - (03-17-90)
- Initial Release
Version 1.10 - (03-19-90)
- Various bugs fixed
Version 1.20 - (03-20-90)
- Added Window Support
- Fixed a few other bugs
Version 1.21 - (03-21-90)
- Added support for monochrome graphics cards
- Fixed problem with a JUKEBOX.DAT file of 0 bytes being
made when no ROL's are found
Version 1.30 - (03-24-90)
- Added Jukebox Front-End Feature
Version 1.31 - (03-25-90)
- Fixed bug in file creation routine - if more than two data
files were needed, it would continue to write to JB2.DAT
instead of moving on to JB3.DAT
Version 1.41 - (05-03-90)
- Various sections of code reorganized
- Added logic to check for the existence of the SOUND.COM
and JUKE1.EXE files before attempting to load the Jukebox
- Hoykey Feature Added
- Fixed end of file detecion bug in the data file view feature
Version 1.43 - (05-05-90)
- More code reorganized
- Data file sort routine added (Handles 4000 songs)
- Added View Data File as a main menu option.
Version 1.44 - (05-09-90)
- Rewrote procedure to check for necessary Jukebox files before
trying to run the Jukebox - it now indicates which files are
not present.
Version 1.45 - (05-10-90)
- Removed Hotkey mode from prompts in Load Jukebox and View
Data Files - it would not allow a two digit file number to
be entered
- Fixed file check routine which sometimes caused a "Too Many
Open Files" error.
Version 1.50 - (05-21-90)
- Recompiled Makedat using Technojock's Turbo Toolkit
- Rewrote sort routine for faster sorting
- Added feature to enable data files to created in a directory
other than the current directory
- Data files can now be loaded from directories other than the
current directory
- Easy to use file selection windows added
- Various other changes to make the program look and run
- This version even supports a mouse for the menus and file
selection windows!

  3 Responses to “Category : A Collection of Games for DOS and Windows
Archive   : MDAT150.ZIP

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