Need Nifty List CDA for GS



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Need Nifty List CDA for GS

Postby Dan Foster » Mon, 21 Jun 2004 08:09:15 GMT

The indispensable Nifty List CDA:

Its creator made it freeware a few years ago (before then, was a $15
shareware, but now completely free) according to:


Would someone be willing to email (or post) a copy?

I'm not having much luck finding it anywhere so far -- searched the
usual suspects (major FTP sites, Google, Yahoo, etc), and I'd hesitate
to intrude upon Mr. Lyons' time since he indicated on his web site that
it's not a trivial endeavour (time-wise) for him to locate it.


Re: Need Nifty List CDA for GS

Postby Peter Watson » Mon, 21 Jun 2004 15:27:31 GMT

You could always try:


I suggest you also grab the most recent data file update:


Peter Watson
-- Write to MSDOS disks on the Apple IIgs?
-- Impossible!  ;-)

Re: Need Nifty List CDA for GS

Postby Dan Foster » Mon, 21 Jun 2004 23:14:47 GMT

G'day, Peter --

	Thank you very much! That did the trick. :) I'm slowly getting
back in IIGS stuff, and was reverse engineering a game, and re-teaching
myself the innards (eg memory attributes, user IDs, handles, banks, the
monitor and memory peeker, etc). I eventually hit a road block; looks
like NiftyList and TTrapper should help me get further in my quest.

	I've also fetched the uiowa archive master list of files to grep
against should I ever need to seek out something specific in the future.



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