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Uniaud 1.2 .0beta1 *** Experimental release. ***

the Universal Audio Driver for eCS and OS/2."

UNIAUD32 1.2.0beta1 aka "ReSync 0.9.5"

This is an experimental test release of a Resync of ALSA 0.9.5 in UniAud. It is only the uniaud32.sys driver. You must already have a recent UniAud release installed to use this. Though I found this release works fine on my Thinkpad T42p, please heed the warning below.


KompoZer 0.7.10 for OS/2

I have created an OS/2 package of KompoZer 0.7.10 for OS/2. This is the current standalone WYSIWYG HTML editor based on Mozilla code. Please download it from http://weilbacher.org/Mozilla/builds.html

It needs the old libc 0.5.1 from http://download.innotek.de/gccos2/runtime/libc-0.5.1.exe to run.

There are no OS/2 specific changes from the last release (which was 0.7.7) but it should have taken up all the cross-platform work done over the last year. See http://kompozer.net/about

ACPI 3.3 on eCS BetaZone

ACPI (short for "Advanced Configuration and Power Interface") is a standard that defines power and configuration management interfaces between an operating system and Hardware. It is meant to supersede the older APM standard (for power management) and provide a generic interface for recognition and configuration of hardware devices.

ACPI Tools homepage -- http://ecomstation.ru/acpitools

Available to those with access (via Software Subscription Services) to the eComStation BetaZone: ( via logging in at http://www.mensys.nl )

Azureus4eCS v0.1.0

A first public test version of Azureus4eCS has been released as v0.1.0 on 2007-10-03!

It's a complete package that allows to run Azureus v2.5.0.4 on eComStation and OS/2 with Java 1.4.x. Everything needed is included in the Azureus4eCS package!

Azureus is a P2P client that based on Java and normally uses SWT. With the help of SWTSwing and patches on the original Azureus code it's possible to use it on eCS and OS/2.

More information can be found here (you can change the language between German and English at the top right of the page - click the flag):

Panorama VESA video driver 20070920 on eCS BetaZone

See list of supported adapters on:

Panorama is an alternative modern video driver for eComStation and OS/2.

The goals of Panorama project:
# Create accelerated VESA video driver
# Create accelereated video driver for the most popular video adapter, maintain it, upgrade it
# Create more video overlays
# Create tools for widescreen activation
# Collect knowledge for developers of multimedia applications

Requires eCo Software runtime (base)

tesseract 2.01 available for OS/2 & eComStation

Tesseract-2.01 (Tool for Optical Character Recognition)

I just uploaded a new version of tesseract to

URL: http://www.fbakan.de

Now other languages than english are supported.

Have fun

Lucide 1.20

This application is a document viewer for eComStation designed as a replacement for Acrobat Reader.

One goal of Lucide is to have a fast document viewer which is well integrated in the eComStation WPS and supports features like drag and drop and printing and which makes as easy as possible to work with PDF and other files on eComStation.

Latest changes:

* JPG plugin: added support for quality image scaling
* If the filename does not have an extension or the extension is unknown, Lucide will check file data to determine a suitable plugin (closed ticket #43)

Open Watcom v1.7, Release Candidate 2

Open Watcom 1.7 Release Candidate 2 has recently been released. Open Watcom is a popular open-source C/C++/Fortran compiler.

You can get the RC2 at the following FTP server:

The last stable version (1.6) can be found here:

Open Watcom home page:

Warpstock Europe 2007

This year's Warpstock Europe conference will take place in Valkenswaard near Eindhoven in the Netherlands from November 2 to November 4.

URL: http://www.warpstock.eu/

More information will be provided soon at the event's home page.

OS/2 & eComStation Gnash build updated

Hi All,

I've updated the OS/2 & eComStation build of Gnash at my website at http://os2ports.smedley.info to reflect the latest cvs code as at 2007-07-13.

For those that don't know what Gnash is, from http://www.gnu.org/software/gnash

Gnash is a GNU Flash movie player. Previously, it was only possible to play flash movies with proprietary software. While there are some other free flash players, none support anything beyond SWF v4. Gnash is based on GameSWF, and supports many SWF v7 features.

A plugin for Firefox is also planned when time permits.

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