Dec 202017
 
An ANSI driver for VGA systems. Includes ASM changes made to NANSI by Chris Dunford. Works great.
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An ANSI driver for VGA systems. Includes ASM changes made to NANSI by Chris Dunford. Works great.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
NANSI.ASM 37156 9710 deflated
NANSI_F.ASM 24621 7072 deflated
VANSI.DOC 772 490 deflated
VANSI.SYS 2344 1902 deflated

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Contents of the VANSI.DOC file


VANSI is VGA-specific variant of Dan Kegel's NANSI.SYS. VANSI
recognizes the current number of screen lines and adjusts itself
accordingly.

To install, just include the line

DEVICE=[d:path]VANSI.SYS

in your CONFIG.SYS.

Note that VANSI does not test for VGA presence, and thus should not be
used on non-VGA systems. VANSI does not support the 43-line escqpe
sequence provided by NANSI, since other means are available to set
various screen sizes using the VGA.

This archive should include NANSI.ASM and NANSI_F.ASM, which are the
only modules modified for VANSI. For complete original source, see
NANSRC (availabale from CompuServe's IBM Programming forum (IBMPRO) and
elsewhere).

Modifications by Chris Dunford [CIS 76703,2002] 11/21/89.


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