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    ConfInfo is a PD application that collects lots of configuration and status information about a RISC OS computer by running various commands and putting the output into a text file, so that this can be provided to people or organisations offering technical support.



     
    Posted by StevePotts on Tuesday, January 29, 2013 Read full article: 'ConfInfo 1.14 released'   

    Charm version 2.6.2 [32 bit] the set of high level language tools and demos for RISC-OS computers and emulators is now freely available under the terms of the GNU GPLv3 license.


     
    Posted by pnowosad on Sunday, October 14, 2012 Read full article: 'Charm version 2.6.2 released'   

    Charm version 2.6.0 [32 bit,VFP] the set of high level language tools and demos for RISC-OS computers and emulators is now freely available under the terms of the GNU GPLv3 license.


     
    Posted by pnowosad on Friday, August 17, 2012 Read full article: 'Charm version 2.6.0 released'   

    Charm version 2.5.8 [32 bit] the set of high level language tools and demos for RISC-OS computers and emulators is now freely available under the terms of the GNU GPLv3 license.

     
    Posted by pnowosad on Saturday, July 07, 2012 Read full article: 'Charm version 2.5.8 released'   

    Charm version 2.5.6 [32 bit] the set of high level language tools and demos for RISC-OS computers and emulators is now freely available under the terms of the GNU GPLv3 license.


     
    Posted by pnowosad on Sunday, June 10, 2012 Read full article: 'Charm version 2.5.6 released'   

    RiscLua 5.41  3748 Reads programming
    RiscLua 5.41 is now available for download.

    RiscLua 5.41 is based on Lua 5.2.1(rc1).

     
    Posted by GavinW on Saturday, May 26, 2012 Read full article: 'RiscLua 5.41 '   

    Charm version 2.5.5 [32 bit] the set of high level language tools and demos for RISC-OS computers and emulators is now freely available under the terms of the GNU GPLv3 license.


     
    Posted by pnowosad on Monday, May 21, 2012 Read full article: 'Charm version 2.5.5 released'   

    RiscLua 5.40 4306 Reads programming

    RiscLua was updated to version 5.40 in November 2011.



     
    Posted by GavinW on Sunday, April 15, 2012 Read full article: 'RiscLua 5.40'   

    RISC OS 5.18 released 4876 Reads announcements

    RISC OS Open have announced the release of their latest stable release of RISC OS, version 5.18 to be exact. This shiny new update features no less than 340 improvements since the last official release and has been vetted by Castle Technology for the Iyonix PC and RComp for their ARMini. The new ROM image should be able to upgrade all versions of RISC OS from version 5.07 or later and is provided with a flash programming tool (which also takes a backup of the previous version just incase you wish to go back).



     
    Posted by apacketofsweets on Friday, March 02, 2012 Read full article: 'RISC OS 5.18 released'   

    R-Comp have released the latest version of their CD playing software, MusicMan 2. This new update, released at the 2012 South West Show on Saturday, has finally brough digital CD playback to RISC OS. Users of older RISC OS computers (pre-Iyonix) can still use analogue playback. MusicMan 2 also brings a few neat features to the table, this version now displays track listings, album art and artist information when playing music.



     
    Posted by apacketofsweets on Friday, March 02, 2012 Read full article: 'R-Comp release MusicMan 2'   

    Charm version 2.5.0 [32 bit] the set of high level language tools and demos for RISC-OS computers and emulators is now freely available under the terms of the GNU GPLv3 license.


     
    Posted by pnowosad on Monday, February 06, 2012 Read full article: 'Charm version 2.5.0 released'   

    RISCOScode is running this year's RISC OS Oscars
    Here's how you can join in and vote...

     

    Charm version 2.4.9 [32 bit] the set of high level language tools and demos for RISC-OS computers and emulators is now freely available under the terms of the GNU GPLv3 license.


     
    Posted by pnowosad on Wednesday, December 21, 2011 Read full article: 'Charm version 2.4.9 released'   

    NetSurf 2.8 released 4390 Reads announcements
    The NetSurf developers have made available the newest stable version of RISC OS' premier web browser, NetSurf. 2.8 sees a number of major improvements and fixes over previous versions, and as always, it's free to download - http://www.netsurf-browser.org. NetSurf is also available for other platforms, BeOS/Haiku, Linux, AmigaOS and Atari are amongst the supported systems. In order to run on a RISC OS system, RISC OS 4.02, 6 or 5.07 is required as a minimum, as well as a number of modules which can be downloaded freely online.

     
    Posted by apacketofsweets on Tuesday, September 27, 2011 Read full article: 'NetSurf 2.8 released'   

    R-Comp Interactive have released an Operating System upgrade (to RISC OS 5) to ARMini users, this new update contains a bundle of new features and polishes up the overall ARMini experience.



     

    R-Comp have released version 6.03 of Messenger Pro to registered users. This update provides better compatibility with all RISC OS machines, and makes it much simpler to switch users ‚Äúon the fly‚ÄĚ, thanks to new toolbar buttons. The application‚Äôs printing features have also been improved. Messenger Pro is RISC OS' most feature-rich email application, it is fully compatible with any modern RISC OS machine, 26-bit or 32-bit. Messenger Pro is now compatible with ARMini and BeagleBoard computers and is available to purchase directly from R-Comp.

     
    Posted by apacketofsweets on Saturday, September 10, 2011   

    Charm version 2.4 [32 bit] the set of high level language tools and demos for computers and emulators running RISC OS 3, 4 and 5 is now freely available under the terms of the GNU GPLv3 license.


     
    Posted by pnowosad on Saturday, September 10, 2011 Read full article: 'Charm version 2.4 released'   

    Martin Wuerthner of MW-Software has updated InterGif to version 6.18, this new update ensures that InterGif is fully ARMv7 compatible, meaning that it'll run on your ARMini or BeagleBoard. InterGif is a handy utility that converts Sprite and Draw files to GIF format with optimised palettes and allows GIF animations to be created from a series of Sprites. It can also convert from GIF to Sprite format.

    InterGif is free to download, and you can do so from the MW-Software website. The download includes the !InterGif front-end and command-line tool, but does not supply the !IGViewer utility, which you is still only available from the original InterGif site, see here.



     
    Posted by apacketofsweets on Friday, September 09, 2011   

    August has seen a decent amount of activity, mostly relating to free software, although I forsee a wave of commercial activity in September and October as the RISC OS world gears toward the London Show, which takes place at the end of October. Here's what's been happening:

    The spreadsheet application PipeDream is now available for free download thanks to Gerald Fitton of Abacus Training. The previously commercial application is still considered an essential application for many RISC OS users, unfortunately it is not 32-bit compatible, so you'll need Aemulor to run it on an Iyonix or A9Home.

    Christopher Martin has released Murnong 2.13, a utility for fetching and decoding videos from the video sharing and video on demand site YouTube, this update corrects many issues that have developed after changes were made to the YouTube system. Chris has also released version 1.20 of FFmpeg and FFplay. The former is a multi-platform video and audio conversion system with FFplay providing a simple media player built upon it.



     
    Posted by apacketofsweets on Wednesday, August 31, 2011 Read full article: 'August software round-up'   

    Charm version 2.3 the set of high level language tools and demos for RISC-OS computers and emulators is now freely available under the terms of the GNU GPLv3 license.


     
    Posted by pnowosad on Sunday, August 21, 2011 Read full article: 'Charm version 2.3 released '   

    Gavin Wraith has updated RiscLua to version 5.30. For those unfamiliar with Lua, it is a light and easy to learn programming language, designed for portability, extendibility and embeddability. You can download the latest version for free from Gavin's webpage.

    Dorian Computing have released an updated version of DragCom, a utility used for running a specified command on a filename (or any other argument) given to it. Dorian Computing have also released a new utility named !CutF12, the program's sole purpose is to disable the F12 button which allows users to enter commands. You can download both applications from Dorian's webpage.



     

    !PDF is a PDF file viewer for RISC OS and has been updated, with an emphasis being made on Saving. You can download this new version of PDF from the link supplied at the bottom of this article.

    RiscTV has now had a major update to correspond with the recent change from Analogue to Digital Television, hence you can now watch Digital TV on your ARM-based computer running RISC OS. £59.50 will now get your old RiscTV podule hardware updated and a shiny new version of !RiscTV, there's a neat little article on this interesting development in the latest issue of Drag 'n' Drop magazine, an online PDF magazine for 8-bit and 32-bit Acorn communities. Alternatively, take a peek at the link supplied at the bottom of this article.

     

    R-Comp Interactive's ARMini computer, which was released at the Wakefield show back in April has recieved little press coverage and potential buyers are still not too sure what to expect, so here's an article dscussing the new Cortex-A8 computer and its many features. The ARMini is available for purchase at around the £600 mark and as of yet, I believe it is only available from RCI directly.

     
    Posted by apacketofsweets on Saturday, July 16, 2011 Read full article: 'The ARMini in a nutshell'   

    Charm version 2.2 the set of high level language tools and demos for RISC-OS computers and emulators is now freely available under the terms of the GNU GPLv3 license.



     
    Posted by pnowosad on Saturday, July 16, 2011 Read full article: 'Charm version 2.2 released'   

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