TOS, TOS, ... I did hear that before ...
The following is a collection of nearly all the programs I wrote for
Atari computers (and compatibles) over the years. And even though you can
still use Ataris for a lot of things nowadays, I've decided to stop the
development of these programs.
- This software can be used free of charge (even though some of the
documentation states otherwise).
- Programs that include the source code are in the public domain.
- All the other software can be considered freeware (i.e. it is free to
use but I retain the copyright).
Please note that I do not guarantee that the included source code can
be compiled as-is. Some of the software uses routines from my own libraries
which isn't always included.
Note: All of the following software has a German documentation
and user interface. Some applications are available in other languages,
too. The archives usually contain a short English description
of the software.
- LHarc 3.13a
This is the current "official" version of LHarc, one
of the standard Atari compression tools.
- The source code for LHarc
- Public Beta(!) version of LHarc
This version features improved packing routines and separate
versions for 68000 and 68030 computers. It was developed by Markus Heiden
and can be downloaded from his home page. Please note that you're
not allowed to re-distribute this version.
- ICFS 1.10, released
06 March 1999 ()
Lets you configure the size and position of iconified windows
and offers an alternative iconify for systems that don't support
iconify (such as SingleTOS and early versions of MagiC).
- Calvino 1.05, released
16 August 1998 (archive updated 27 February 1999)
A system-wide font selector, uses only 6 KByte of RAM, easy installation
- PinPoint and Calendar,
released 23 August 1998
Put notes and all your dates and appointments on your desktop (source
- Winsize 1.02
Stores the current size of ST-Guide's window in the ST-GUIDE.INF
file (source code included).
- 23 modules (11 new, 12 updated) for Look
'n' See 0.95
Note: The links point to the English versions of the modules
and Look 'n' See, translated by Joe Connor.
- Yukon, Rel. F
A patience game with three variants, sound support and many alternative
This is a rather silly board game, intended for the users of the WI2
BBS in Wiesbaden, Germany. For insiders only ...
- "Long live Marxism!"
A screen saver module for the screen saver 'Before Dawn'.
- MixGem 1.03
Installs a different background image in Gemini (a popular German
desktop replacement) every time you start up your computer (source code
Tools for the German MausNet
Note: These tools are only useful if you are a user
of a BBS on the German MausNet.
- CATpost 1.01, released
23 August 1998
Plays a sample if you got new mail (needs the MausNet news reader
- Lunkwill 1.15
Extracts FAQs and other regular postings from MausNet news (source code
- CoNnectissimo! 1.07
Keeps your list of MausNet phone numbers in CoNnect up-to-date (source
- Inspector Dhar 1.02
Manipulates CATalog's portrait data base (source code included).
- CD-Rec 1.02
Reads data from audio CDs and stores it as WAV or AVR samples.
Needs MetaDOS (source code included).
- ICO2RSC 1.11
Convert Windows icons (*.ICO) into Atari colour icons. This
program can convert large amounts of ICO files at once, detecting and
removing duplicate icons on the fly (source code included).
- Chatwin 3.10, released 26.03.2000
Chatwin is a flexible development environment (or "IDE") that
can be used with any kind of compiler language (e.g. C, Assembler,
Modula-2, ...). You can also use it to create texts with UDO, ST-Guide or
This is the freeware edition (used to be shareware) which can now be used
free of charge.
- GEMscript recorder
This tool will help programmers in developing recordable GEMscript
applications. C source code included.
Library for using the SE protocol from C programs (source code
This program converts special comments within C source code into UDO
source code so that you can easily document your sources (source code
- SE protocol 1.05
The Shell-Editor protocol allows an editor to control a shell and vice
versa. Pick and choose any SE-enabled editor and shell to create your
own development environment (aka "IDE").
English translation of the German
documentation, translated by Peter West.
- xFSL protocol
No need to write your own font selector - use xFSL to call a system wide
font selector, e.g. Calvino.
- LTL protocol
This protocol describes how a shell and a loader can do load-time
linking (supported by Chatwin).
- View protocol 1.06
The view protocol by Peter Seitz describes how to find the appropriate
application for viewing certain types of data.
From my early days ...
- IconMan 0.65
Collect and manage monochrome icons (32x32 pixels only). I did receive an
enormous amount of e-mails when I first released this quick hack back in
1994 ... (source code included).
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