Software 'Wot I have written
The following programs are written for computers running RISC OS. These can either be run on a real
piece of RISC OS hardware, or on one of its emulators.
- BTTelnet Updated 2000-10-30 09:34:00
- BTTelnet is a simple command line telnet client that can be used for connecting to MUDs, Unix machines and other various telnet servers.
Also, if RComp"s SecureSockets module is loaded, it will attempt to establish a secure (SSL) connection with the remote server, dropping back down to normal telnet if it fails.
- CDPlay Updated 1997-12-17 00:00:00
- CDPlay is a CD player with the following features
- Fits into 44k of memory (Unless you have a 32k page size)
- Doesn't take up any icon bar space. Adjust clicking on the CD Drive icon open/closes the main window
- The main window automatically resizes itself so it is just large enough to hold all the tracks
- Can handle multiple CDROM drives
- Has Random and Program play modes
- Stores track names to disc
- Has the 4 usual time display formats
- Supports volume control
- Is fully configurable
- Can read in SmartCD V2.0 CD listing files
- ConvQwikCD Updated 1997-12-08 22:25:00
- A simple application that takes a QwikCD listings file and converts it into a format CDPlay will understand.
- DaytimeServer Updated 1999-08-03 02:16:00
- DaytimeServer is a small module that provides a daytime server.
Any clients that connect to the daytime server port (13) are sent the local time of the machine the server is running on.
- JPEGTools Updated 2003-01-12 18:52:00
- JPEGTools is an archive containing a number of JPEG related binaries.
A number of RISC OS applications make use of these various utilites, and the ones supplied here have been compiled up so as to work on the Iyonix PC.
These binaries will still work on non-Iyonix machines, but require the 32 bit Clib to be installed, which can be found on the
Iyonix: !System updates webpage.
- cjpeg - Creates JPEG files from Targa
- djpeg - Converts a JPEG file into a BMP, Sprite, GIF, OS2, PNM or Targa file.
- jpegtran - Performs a number of translations to JPEG files, these include rotation, and flipping.
- wrjpgcom - Allows you to add comments to JPEG files
- rdjpgcom - Reads the comments from a JPEG file
- MouseKey Updated 2009-03-04 12:14:00
- MouseKey a keyboard mouse emulator.
A small 732 byte module which allows the mouse pointer and buttons to be controlled using the keyboard. The source code is included and the keys used can be adjusted and the code recompiled.
- RiscX Updated 2002-11-01 11:04:24
RiscX, an X server for RISC OS.
This is an alpha release of RiscX. An X server for RISC OS, allowing you to connect to remote machines and run the various X clients available.
- RiscXLib Updated 2002-11-01 11:04:24
- The RiscXLib archive contains a number of library files and include files required to compile up X applications under RISC OS.
Note: The !RiscXLib application that came with RiscX is needed to make use of these files.
- SmallRTV Updated 1998-03-15 04:02:00
- SmallRTV a TV only front end to Irlam Instruments RiscTV card.
This is a beta release of SmallRTV. It has currently only been tested on my Risc PC SA machine. It is a 40K application that supports all the 40 channels, has volume control, audio and video controls (bass, brightness etc.)
- VNCInput Updated 2002-05-29 20:53:00
VNCInput, a VNC input only client for RISC OS.
Similar to VNCViewer above, but only sends mouse and keyboard events to the remote server. Useful when you have two computers side-by-side and don't wish to keep changing keyboards.
Input is switched when you move the mouse off the right hand side of the screen.
- VNCViewer Updated 1999-03-05 00:02:00
VNCViewer, a VNC viewer for RISC OS.
Allows you (With an appropiate VNCServer) to display and use remote desktops on your Risc OS machine. Similar to using an XServer.
I've tested VNCViewer and VNCServe by running VNCServe on my Risc PC, and VNCViewer on my A5000 using PPP over a 19200 serial connection. A bit slow, but it works, and with the correct colours too :)
Further information can be got from Wikipedia.