RISC OS Software - All 32 bit neutral and tested on an IYONIX

22/10/2020

Dos/Fat32 filing system module for discs > 2GB. Includes source code. Based on the efsl library. Uses SCSIFS_DiscOp & SectorOp to access the USB so probably Iyonix only.

V1.56.

14/03/2021

Fat12/16/32 Disc formatter. Includes source code and also the PC version (and source code) that this is based on. Uses the same SCSIFS_SectorOp calls as Fat32Fs so probably Iyonix only.

V1.07

01/08/2012

Fat12/16/32 Disc fsck. Port of the Linux utility dosfstools-3.0.9. Includes source code and the original Linux tar/gz download. Uses the same SCSIFS_SectorOp calls as Fat32Fs so probably Iyonix only.

V1.00

12/11/2019

The original vintage Basic Editor - now 32bit neutral. Note that there is now an updated version of this included in the HardDisc4 image on the ROOL site. Only download this if you want the function key strip as a draw file.

19/09/2011

Sound player originally by P.R.Banks. Modified to be 32 bit neutral. Used by Doom below (and included in it).

11/10/2021

Doom built from the Linux Sources. Tested on Iyonix, Titanium and Pi 3.

V1.11.

Note: Releases after 3/10/19 have a file renamed - !Doom.Pwads.Database.d1.Sigil.SIGIL//msq.

If you drop over the top of the old one then you'll need to delete the old file (SIGIL/msq with only one slash).

11/10/2021

The source code. Also available on Github

15/09/2004

The free demo shareware WAD file.

12/11/2011

Deth Version 4.24 (as opposed to V3.92 built by Lee Noar).

12/11/2011

Deth source code

13/02/2016

DeHackEd - Create and edit DeHacked files.

08/07/2011

Image filing system to read (only) Doom Pwad and Iwad files.

18/08/2012

Patch for Twin World to run on iyonix.

22/02/2014

Su Doku Puzzle solver/creater. Includes C source code.

06/11/2010

Tom Tom navigator ov2tools.

21/05/2005

Port of jhead - command line tool for exif manipulation.

01/11/1999

Patch for !PCem to work on Risc PC.

Directory of zip files can be view here

All my software can be distributed under the terms of the BSD licence, which basically says "do what you want with this, just don't take the credit for it yourself and don't sue me if it all blows up in your face".