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Arjay(R)

20.07.2010, 22:45
(edited by Arjay, 20.07.2010, 23:07)
 

Dieter R. Pawelczak's website no more? Archived link (Announce)

Spotted that Dieter R. Pawelczak's website is no sadly longer online; it previously could be found here: http://freenet-homepage.de/dieterp/main.htm and is presently linked to in several places on BTTR.

Fortunately a good archive of Dieter's site was made in 2008 by archive.org which included his ZIP files then.

Rugxulo(R)

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20.07.2010, 23:54

@ Arjay

Dieter R. Pawelczak's website no more? Archived link

> Spotted that Dieter R. Pawelczak's website is no sadly longer online; it
> previously could be found here:
> http://freenet-homepage.de/dieterp/main.htm
> and is presently linked to in several places on
> BTTR.

Had he updated anything? I doubt it. At least it was the "same old stuff" when I last looked. Doesn't mean I wanted it to disappear, just that there really wasn't too too much there. (And yes, I know it's mostly mirrored elsewhere, thankfully. Very very annoying that useful sites disappear.)

EDIT: From memory, he had some TP hacks (USB, multitasking), Gareth (old game), Pro32 (DOS extender), ProDebug (other name?), PASS32 (MMX assembler/linker), DPAS (Pascal subset compiler), and that's all I know of. I think Sac.sk mirrors some of it, esp. pass32nc.zip ("No Coprocessor" version), which I (barely but) occasionally used "back in the day" on my 486 Sx.

Arjay(R)

21.07.2010, 01:51

@ Rugxulo

Dieter R. Pawelczak's website no more? Archive links

> Had he updated anything? I doubt it.
I don't think so as

> (And yes, I know it's mostly mirrored elsewhere, thankfully.
Good. I have taken a mirror of the ZIP files via archive.org (just in case).

> Very very annoying that useful sites disappear.)
Totally agree.

> EDIT: From memory, he had some TP hacks (USB, multitasking), Gareth (old
> game), Pro32 (DOS extender), ProDebug (other name?), PASS32 (MMX
> assembler/linker), DPAS (Pascal subset compiler),
Yup that's basically it. The archive link allows pretty much everything you've mentioned to be downloaded with the exception of Gareth which was hosted on Geocities as follows:
http://www.geocities.com/dieterp.geo/garethhtml.html

Unfortunately that geocities page/gareth.zip isn't on Reocities. That page is available on archive.org here HOWEVER again without gareth.zip!

Fortunately I spotted another version is also available via reocities here:
gareth.zip download link (via reocities)
gareth.doc download link (via reocities)

Land of Gareth: English (via reocities)
Land of Gareth: German (via reocities)

It is also worth noting that there are a number of other files available on this alternative Geocities page (which appears to be an even earlier version of his newer BTTR linked to website). So I would recommend checking this link: http://reocities.com/SiliconValley/bay/9159/index.html e.g. There is another TP library "tpdrv.zip" / more TP Parallel programming information which is available via the reocities link but not archive.org:

http://reocities.com/SiliconValley/bay/9159/process.html

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