Web page of
The most recent NEPMD
beta version comes here. Sorry, docs are still outdated. This is an
unofficial debug version for those, who can't compile it
from the sources. The next release will be v2.00.
See the (huge) CVS ChangeLog for all changes:
Warp 3 users should also download this package:
Note: I'm about to work on
v1.14. It eases configuration a lot more and contains all the small
fixes, that I sampled since the previous v1.13. Additionally, I'm
trying to improve the installation and its wording. Since there are
some important and not so easy to fix bugs open, I have to spend some
time on them first. Additionally, I have to make CVS checkins of the
versions I have here locally only. Version 1.14 could be ready in about
a month, in August 2008. Please contact me, if you need an intermediate
version in order to fix annoying bugs of v.1.13.
The Warpstock Europe 2006 presentation is here:
The LaTeX beamer source code:
I've enhanced the last Hypertext/2 version 1.07 and made several fixes.
Until Christian has reviewed it, I provide the ZIP file here. The
reason is, that it's required to
compile the reworked NEPMD help, I'll plan to upload to CVS. The next
official Hypertext/2 version will
be uploaded to Hobbes soon.
To obtain a version before that, please address me (see my email
Changes compared to RC3:
- bitmap filenames appear in the IPF file relative to the main file
per default, in order to make the created IPF file better exchangable
between multiple systems - that bevior is changable via an environment
- added a credits page
- minor fixes of the doc
I've started a project to open applications according to a file's
signature. That is useful for the extensions .INF, .HLP, .INI and .DOC.
I contacted David and he instantly created some very well-looking
icons. The current code is in REXX and I have to ease the installation
and configuration, what is much more work than writing the simple
execution code. Await a first version soon on Hobbes!
I have write access to the German NLS-specific eCS files. I made a
first translation of the installer files, the desktop and some first
apps as well.
2.1 Increasing keyboard speed
I always found the maximum, that's selectable with the WPS dialogs of
OS/2 too slow. Especially on larger screens, the lines in a text editor
scroll too slowly. Smaller fonts would even reinforce the effect.
However, there's a solution. I posted that to VOICE, see http://www.os2voice.org/VNL/past_issues/VNL0206H/tips.html#j
andreas <dot> schnellbacher <at> web <dot> de