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I am looking for an LTO tape library. Do you have one to spare?
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Sun, 23 Sep 2007
[ 12:48:46 edwin ] Original commit 
doscmd emulators  Ignore files touched by this commit DOS emulator
Fixes and extra functionality for emulators/doscmd

        A year or so ago I emailed these patches to the maintainer
        and didn't get any feedback. Just rediscovered them so
        figured I should submit them before they get lost...

        patch-bioscursor
        Fixes the BIOS cursor handling so that programs such as the
        DOS edit.com and qbasic.exe work correctly

        patch-desqview-timeslice
        Allows INT15 timeslicing so that programs which support it
        can avoid 100% CPU utilization

        patch-quitemode
        Adds a -Q option which suppresses all video IO. Also helps
        optimize the input behavior especially when polling for
        input.

        patch-fossil-support
        Adds a -F option which enables support for FOSSIL IO using stdio.

PR:             ports/114615
Submitted by:   Stephen Hurd <shurd@sasktel.net>
Approved by:    maintainer timeout

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