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keyoke



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Hi,
Is there a decent viewer for his list, because the viewers that are on his site arent to great.
Post 18 Jun 2003, 09:02
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scientica
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Yes, there is some ILINA (encording to this site: http://www.geocities.com/thestarman3/asm/), I haven't used/tried it thought.

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Post 18 Jun 2003, 10:08
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Thanks ill have a look
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bit_banger



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Wink The interrupt files on that site are all on server and you'll only ever get one page at a time... bit of a shame as there are 8000 odd interrupts alltold. You could do what I'm doing and "browser" copy each interrupt onto a WORD/PDF/OpenOffice page, but that in itself is a monumental task taking a minimum of two hours Qtime per day for approximately the next three years should just about see the job done... however when you have the posterity version in your possession you'll know you've got a No.1 tool for the serious programmer... I'm about a year in... happy "browser" copying... http://ctyme.com/intr/int.htm... a site to be "experienced"...
Post 13 Dec 2013, 11:25
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typedef



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bit_banger wrote:
Wink The interrupt files on that site are all on server and you'll only ever get one page at a time... bit of a shame as there are 8000 odd interrupts alltold. You could do what I'm doing and "browser" copy each interrupt onto a WORD/PDF/OpenOffice page, but that in itself is a monumental task taking a minimum of two hours Qtime per day for approximately the next three years should just about see the job done... however when you have the posterity version in your possession you'll know you've got a No.1 tool for the serious programmer... I'm about a year in... happy "browser" copying... http://ctyme.com/intr/int.htm... a site to be "experienced"...


Lol. If I were you I would just code a web crawler or downloader and just feed it the URLS. Then make a converter to any format you wished.
Post 13 Dec 2013, 12:04
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baldr



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keyoke,

Original Ralf Brown's Interrupt List distribution contains several of them, ranging from DOS browsers to aforementioned ILINA (unfortunately it's Win16 application, so it won't run on x86-64 Windows).

I'm used to simple search function in viewer ("-213c" search string jumps directly to "CREAT" syscall in consolidated INTERRUP.LST; you may narrow search using prefix like "-d-213c" for DOS-only).
Post 13 Dec 2013, 12:19
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MHajduk



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typedef wrote:
Lol. If I were you I would just code a web crawler or downloader and just feed it the URLS.
Or just use wget (there exist versions for various OSes).
typedef wrote:
Then make a converter to any format you wished.
Yeah, a simple PERL script can do that. Smile
Post 13 Dec 2013, 15:13
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DOS386



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bit_banger wrote:
interrupt files on that site are all on server and you'll only ever get one page at a time


LOL Laughing you bumped a 10 years old thread Shocked

apart from this, you can download ZIP files, please check the FAQ on the top of this subforum.
Post 18 Dec 2013, 09:22
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