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| 000tools
 
| 000tools
| ACCESS TOOLS, Tools for [[VAX]] and [[Alpha]] for unzip, untar, etc. operations
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| ACCESS TOOLS, Tools for unzip, untar, etc. operations
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| 21264
 
| 21264
 
| Tools and information related to the [[Alpha]] 21264
 
| Tools and information related to the [[Alpha]] 21264
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| 3D Pong
 
| 3D Pong
 
| 3D Pong is an [[X Windows]] game for 1 or 2 players. It's a 3D game based on the first arcade game, "Pong." Like "Pong," it's a game played with a ball and paddles. The object is to hit the ball and get it in the other player's goal. Use your paddle to deflect the ball and keep it from getting in your goal.
 
| 3D Pong is an [[X Windows]] game for 1 or 2 players. It's a 3D game based on the first arcade game, "Pong." Like "Pong," it's a game played with a ball and paddles. The object is to hit the ball and get it in the other player's goal. Use your paddle to deflect the ball and keep it from getting in your goal.
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| Bill Kendrick
 
| Bill Kendrick
 
| 1997
 
| 1997
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| A2PS
 
| A2PS
 
| Easily convert ASCII text files to [[Postscript]] for printing.
 
| Easily convert ASCII text files to [[Postscript]] for printing.
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| Various
 
| Various
 
| 2004
 
| 2004
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| AALIB, Ascii-Art rendering library
 
| AALIB, Ascii-Art rendering library
 
| AAlib is an ASCII Art rendering library for [[X11]].
 
| AAlib is an ASCII Art rendering library for [[X11]].
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| Patrick Moreau
 
| Patrick Moreau
 
| 1997
 
| 1997
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| ACM47, An aerial combat simulator for [[X11]] mono/multi-user
 
| ACM47, An aerial combat simulator for [[X11]] mono/multi-user
| ACM is a LAN-oriented, multiplayer aerial combat simulation written entirely in C, exploiting the programming features of Unix, X11, and the BSD socket interface.
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| ACM is a LAN-oriented, multiplayer aerial combat simulation, exploiting the programming features of Unix, X11, and the BSD socket interface.
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| C
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| Riley Rainey
 
| Riley Rainey
 
| 1994
 
| 1994
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| ADA_BOOKREADER_DOCS
 
| ADA_BOOKREADER_DOCS
 
| Ada programming documentation in Bookreader Format
 
| Ada programming documentation in Bookreader Format
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|  
 
|  
 
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| Adventure
 
| Adventure
 
| A magic/exploration text-based simulation game.
 
| A magic/exploration text-based simulation game.
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| Willie Crowther, Kent Blackett, Bob Supnik
 
| Willie Crowther, Kent Blackett, Bob Supnik
 
| mid 70s
 
| mid 70s
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| Alignfault
 
| Alignfault
 
| Tool to monitor OpenVMS [[Alpha]] Alignment Faults
 
| Tool to monitor OpenVMS [[Alpha]] Alignment Faults
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|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| Alphapatch
 
| Alphapatch
 
| Making VAX PATCH run on Alpha
 
| Making VAX PATCH run on Alpha
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| TECSys Development, Inc.
 
| TECSys Development, Inc.
 
| 1999
 
| 1999
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| Altris
 
| Altris
 
| 4 Tetris games for X Windows  
 
| 4 Tetris games for X Windows  
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| Patrick Moreau
 
| Patrick Moreau
 
| 1995
 
| 1995
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| SYS$ANNOUNCE Surgery
 
| SYS$ANNOUNCE Surgery
 
| This article by Curtis Rempel describes how to write a program that will automatically update [[SYS$ANNOUNCE]] every time a user attempts to log in. A sample program is provided from which your own program can be constructed.
 
| This article by Curtis Rempel describes how to write a program that will automatically update [[SYS$ANNOUNCE]] every time a user attempts to log in. A sample program is provided from which your own program can be constructed.
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| Antiword
 
| Antiword
 
| Antiword is a MS Word document file reader, it extracts the plain text, or converts it into a Postscript file.
 
| Antiword is a MS Word document file reader, it extracts the plain text, or converts it into a Postscript file.
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| Adri van Os
 
| Adri van Os
 
|  
 
|  
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| Antiword_z
 
| Antiword_z
 
| Convert MS Word documents to Text/[[Postscript|PostScript]]
 
| Convert MS Word documents to Text/[[Postscript|PostScript]]
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| ANU-NEWS V6.0
 
| ANU-NEWS V6.0
 
| USENET News Client and Server
 
| USENET News Client and Server
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| APRT
 
| APRT
 
| A program to change protection on pages in system space (VMS)
 
| A program to change protection on pages in system space (VMS)
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| Lee Gleason
 
| Lee Gleason
 
|
 
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| Archie
 
| Archie
 
| A client for querying the Archie anynymous FTP databases using Prospero.
 
| A client for querying the Archie anynymous FTP databases using Prospero.
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|  
 
|  
 
| 1992
 
| 1992
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|-
 
| AscToHTM, Convert ASCII text files to HTML web pages
 
| AscToHTM, Convert ASCII text files to HTML web pages
| AscToHTM is a powerful and highly configurable utility that converts text files into one or more HTML files.  It recognises headings, bullets, indentation levels, tables and ascii art,
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| AscToHTM is a powerful and highly configurable utility that converts text files into one or more HTML files.  It recognises headings, bullets, indentation levels, tables and ascii art, adds hyperlinks to URLs, keywords and contents list. A great time saver for novice and expert alike.
adds hyperlinks to URLs, keywords and contents list. A great time saver for novice and expert alike.
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| Ask
 
| Ask
 
| The ASK program can be used to read a line of input from [[SYS$COMMAND]]. ASK works like the [[INQUIRE]] command, except that it allows escape sequences and [[End Of File|end_of_file (Ctrl/Z)]] to be read by the user. The input string or keypress is returned in a local DCL [[Symbol|symbol]]. Options allow for the read to timeout, the result to be placed in a global DCL symbol, a default string to be applied if no input, the result to be all upper case, and that the input string is not echoed. ASK was written to simulate the RSX11M .ASK directive.
 
| The ASK program can be used to read a line of input from [[SYS$COMMAND]]. ASK works like the [[INQUIRE]] command, except that it allows escape sequences and [[End Of File|end_of_file (Ctrl/Z)]] to be read by the user. The input string or keypress is returned in a local DCL [[Symbol|symbol]]. Options allow for the read to timeout, the result to be placed in a global DCL symbol, a default string to be applied if no input, the result to be all upper case, and that the input string is not echoed. ASK was written to simulate the RSX11M .ASK directive.
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| Mark Paulk, modified by James G. Downward, Phil Smith, & Ed James.
 
| Mark Paulk, modified by James G. Downward, Phil Smith, & Ed James.
 
| 1995
 
| 1995
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| Ask_the_wizard
 
| Ask_the_wizard
 
| The zip archive contains almost 10,000 questions and answers from the OpenVMS Ask The Wizard area, on a wide variety of OpenVMS topics.
 
| The zip archive contains almost 10,000 questions and answers from the OpenVMS Ask The Wizard area, on a wide variety of OpenVMS topics.
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| Askval
 
| Askval
 
| A C library to get values from the keyboard with full editing functions, with history
 
| A C library to get values from the keyboard with full editing functions, with history
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| C
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|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| Astyle_VMS
 
| Astyle_VMS
 
| This file is a part of "Artistic Style" - an indentation and reformatting tool for C, C++, C# and Java source files.  
 
| This file is a part of "Artistic Style" - an indentation and reformatting tool for C, C++, C# and Java source files.  
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| ATG_EDT
 
| ATG_EDT
 
| Extension to [[EDT]]
 
| Extension to [[EDT]]
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| Nick de Smith
 
| Nick de Smith
 
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| ATG_EVE
 
| ATG_EVE
 
| EDT initializer for [[EVE]]
 
| EDT initializer for [[EVE]]
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| Nick de Smith
 
| Nick de Smith
 
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| ATG_FT_PATCH
 
| ATG_FT_PATCH
 
| ATG FTDRIVER patch kit. The ATG_FT patches allow programs using the DEC supplied pseudo-terminals (FTAn:) to set the access port name string for the device, such that a [[$GETDVI]] with DVI$_TT_ACCPORNAM can retrieve the name. This also means that a [[SHOW TERMINAL]] command will also display the set name.
 
| ATG FTDRIVER patch kit. The ATG_FT patches allow programs using the DEC supplied pseudo-terminals (FTAn:) to set the access port name string for the device, such that a [[$GETDVI]] with DVI$_TT_ACCPORNAM can retrieve the name. This also means that a [[SHOW TERMINAL]] command will also display the set name.
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| Nick de Smith
 
| Nick de Smith
 
|
 
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| ATR_DAEMON
 
| ATR_DAEMON
 
| [[ACMS]] Audit Trail Logger utilities
 
| [[ACMS]] Audit Trail Logger utilities
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| AUTO
 
| AUTO
 
| AUTO is a tool to let you use command completion. Each token of the command line (VERB, QUALIFIER, PARAMETER or QUALIFIER-Value) can be expanded to completion or sequentially searched for the next or previous valid match. This tool will display the buildup command after the ENTER key, but if you specify the /EXECUTE qualifier, the buildup command will be executed via LIB$DO_COMMAND, and control will return to AUTO. (see examples in the user guide).
 
| AUTO is a tool to let you use command completion. Each token of the command line (VERB, QUALIFIER, PARAMETER or QUALIFIER-Value) can be expanded to completion or sequentially searched for the next or previous valid match. This tool will display the buildup command after the ENTER key, but if you specify the /EXECUTE qualifier, the buildup command will be executed via LIB$DO_COMMAND, and control will return to AUTO. (see examples in the user guide).
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| Fekko Stubbe
 
| Fekko Stubbe
 
|
 
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| AVIEW
 
| AVIEW
 
| A high-quality ASCII-art image(pnm) browser and animation(fli/flc) player useful especially with Lynx browser.
 
| A high-quality ASCII-art image(pnm) browser and animation(fli/flc) player useful especially with Lynx browser.
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|  
 
|  
 
| 1997
 
| 1997
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| AXP_DRIVER_EXAMPLE
 
| AXP_DRIVER_EXAMPLE
 
| Example device driver ported to OpenVMS AXP
 
| Example device driver ported to OpenVMS AXP
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| Gerard K. Newman
 
| Gerard K. Newman
 
| 1993
 
| 1993
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|-
 
| Banner
 
| Banner
| The DECwindows Banner displays information about the current state of the VMS host it is running on (VAX only).
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| The DECwindows Banner displays information about the current state of the VMS host it is running on.
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| [[VAX]] only
 
| Jim Saunders
 
| Jim Saunders
 
| 1990
 
| 1990
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| BARCODE
 
| BARCODE
 
| Barcode Software for OpenVMS
 
| Barcode Software for OpenVMS
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|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| Bat
 
| Bat
 
| A utulity that lets you submit multiple commands to a batch queue from the command line.
 
| A utulity that lets you submit multiple commands to a batch queue from the command line.
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| Hunter Goatley
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
| 1994
 
| 1994
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| BATCH.COM
 
| BATCH.COM
 
| A command procedure that lets you submit a single command to a [[Queue#Batch queues|batch queue]].
 
| A command procedure that lets you submit a single command to a [[Queue#Batch queues|batch queue]].
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* SHOW PROCESS output with or without qualifiers
 
* SHOW PROCESS output with or without qualifiers
 
* SHOW SYSTEM/BATCH output
 
* SHOW SYSTEM/BATCH output
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|  
 
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| BATTALION-14
 
| BATTALION-14
 
| 3D OpenGL arcade game: Monsters, explosions, destruction. You've seen the movies, you know what to do.
 
| 3D OpenGL arcade game: Monsters, explosions, destruction. You've seen the movies, you know what to do.
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| Andrew Johnson
 
| Andrew Johnson
 
| 1996
 
| 1996
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| BIBLIO, Bibliographic References Manager
 
| BIBLIO, Bibliographic References Manager
 
| A full-featured bibliographic database system (need ASKVAL to be compiled and linked).
 
| A full-featured bibliographic database system (need ASKVAL to be compiled and linked).
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| biosport
 
| biosport
 
| BIOS Port Routines
 
| BIOS Port Routines
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| B. Valek
 
| B. Valek
 
| 2002
 
| 2002
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| BISON
 
| BISON
 
| GNU bison - parser generator (alternative to yacc)
 
| GNU bison - parser generator (alternative to yacc)
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| Sheldon Bishov
 
| Sheldon Bishov
 
| 1995
 
| 1995
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* GRAB is an example program that captures broadcast messages and simply outputs them to [[SYS$OUTPUT]]. This may sound stupid, but it actually works out well, as you can then say things like: SPAWN/NOWAIT/OUTPUT=trapped.messages RUN GRAB This will cause all broadcast messages (^T, New Mail, BITNET messages) to be copied to a file 'trapped.messages'. Once you stop the subprocess you can do anything you like with this file.
 
* GRAB is an example program that captures broadcast messages and simply outputs them to [[SYS$OUTPUT]]. This may sound stupid, but it actually works out well, as you can then say things like: SPAWN/NOWAIT/OUTPUT=trapped.messages RUN GRAB This will cause all broadcast messages (^T, New Mail, BITNET messages) to be copied to a file 'trapped.messages'. Once you stop the subprocess you can do anything you like with this file.
 
* LPUNCH is a program that converts files in listserv punch format. It accepts a list of wildcarded filenames, and converts the files that are in lpunch format. You must do a SET COMMAND LPUNCH, after appropriate editting of LPUNCH.CLD. LPUNCH accepts two qualifiers, /TRIM, which trims trailing whitespace, and /ORIGINAL, which signifies that the output file name is to be the same as the input file name, rather than what is specified in the file according to the listserv header info.
 
* LPUNCH is a program that converts files in listserv punch format. It accepts a list of wildcarded filenames, and converts the files that are in lpunch format. You must do a SET COMMAND LPUNCH, after appropriate editting of LPUNCH.CLD. LPUNCH accepts two qualifiers, /TRIM, which trims trailing whitespace, and /ORIGINAL, which signifies that the output file name is to be the same as the input file name, rather than what is specified in the file according to the listserv header info.
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|-
 
| bittorrent
 
| bittorrent
| This is a copy of the BitTorrent source tree (mostly written in Python and WxPython), and the code here may or may not operate on OpenVMS; this is not (yet) a port.
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| This is a copy of the BitTorrent source tree, and the code here may or may not operate on OpenVMS; this is not (yet) a port.
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| Python, WxPython
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| BLISS
 
| BLISS
 
| BLISS-32 for the VAX and BLISS-32E for the Alpha AXP as well as a 1987 BLISS Language Reference Manual and BLISS-32 User Manual.
 
| BLISS-32 for the VAX and BLISS-32E for the Alpha AXP as well as a 1987 BLISS Language Reference Manual and BLISS-32 User Manual.
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| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
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| BLISS_ARTICLE
 
| BLISS_ARTICLE
 
| Article: "BLISS: A Language for Systems Programming" by W.A. Wulf, D.B. Russell, and A.N. Habermann.  Originally appeared in the December 1971 issue of the _Communications of the ACM_ (Vol 14, No 12). Permission to reprint has been granted by the ACM.
 
| Article: "BLISS: A Language for Systems Programming" by W.A. Wulf, D.B. Russell, and A.N. Habermann.  Originally appeared in the December 1971 issue of the _Communications of the ACM_ (Vol 14, No 12). Permission to reprint has been granted by the ACM.
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| Hunter Goatley
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
|
 
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| bliss-intro
 
| bliss-intro
 
| "Introduction to BLISS" by Matthew D. Madison DECUS '93/Atlanta session notes  
 
| "Introduction to BLISS" by Matthew D. Madison DECUS '93/Atlanta session notes  
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| Hunter Goatley
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
| 1993
 
| 1993
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| BLOCKADE
 
| BLOCKADE
 
| X version of the `blockade' Macintosh game
 
| X version of the `blockade' Macintosh game
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| Christer Ericson
 
| Christer Ericson
 
|  
 
|  
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| BLOCKING
 
| BLOCKING
 
| A utility to locate the holder of an [[Distributed_Lock_Manager|RMS record lock]] that is blocking other [[Process|processes]].
 
| A utility to locate the holder of an [[Distributed_Lock_Manager|RMS record lock]] that is blocking other [[Process|processes]].
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| BOOKMAN
 
| BOOKMAN
 
| This program allows one to peruse the DECW$BOOKSHELF file tree and to build a list of DECW$BOOK files to be copied. There is also a .COM file to do the copying.  
 
| This program allows one to peruse the DECW$BOOKSHELF file tree and to build a list of DECW$BOOK files to be copied. There is also a .COM file to do the copying.  
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| Nigel Arnot
 
| Nigel Arnot
 
| 1993
 
| 1993
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| BOOTSYNC
 
| BOOTSYNC
 
| The purpose of BOOTSYNC is to prevent too many [[Satellite Node|satellite systems]] from trying to boot at the same time. The theory of BOOTSYNC is to run this program as early in the system startup as is reasonable; in [[SYCONFIG.COM|SYCONFIG]], early in [[SYSTARTUP.COM|SYSTARTUP]], or in [[SYLOGICALS.COM|SYLOGICALS]]. The program will use the [[Distributed Lock Manager|lock manager]] to synchronize with other copies of itself running on other systems in the [[Cluster|cluster]].
 
| The purpose of BOOTSYNC is to prevent too many [[Satellite Node|satellite systems]] from trying to boot at the same time. The theory of BOOTSYNC is to run this program as early in the system startup as is reasonable; in [[SYCONFIG.COM|SYCONFIG]], early in [[SYSTARTUP.COM|SYSTARTUP]], or in [[SYLOGICALS.COM|SYLOGICALS]]. The program will use the [[Distributed Lock Manager|lock manager]] to synchronize with other copies of itself running on other systems in the [[Cluster|cluster]].
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| boss
 
| boss
 
| Log in multiple times on a single serial-line terminal
 
| Log in multiple times on a single serial-line terminal
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| Ported to [[Alpha|AXP]] by Malcolm MacArthur, ported to [[Integrity|IA64]] by Hunter Goatley
 
| Ported to [[Alpha|AXP]] by Malcolm MacArthur, ported to [[Integrity|IA64]] by Hunter Goatley
 
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|-
 
| BYACC
 
| BYACC
| This is a port of Berkeley yacc (BYACC) to OpenVMS. Yacc reads the grammar specification in the file filename and generates an LR(1) parser for it.  The parsers consist of a set of LALR(1) parsing tables and a driver routine written in the C programming language.  Yacc normally writes the parse tables and the driver routine to the file y_tab. The code has been changed from K&R form to ANSI C, and generates ANSI C.
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| This is a port of Berkeley yacc (BYACC) to OpenVMS. Yacc reads the grammar specification in the file filename and generates an LR(1) parser for it.  The parsers consist of a set of LALR(1) parsing tables and a driver routine.  Yacc normally writes the parse tables and the driver routine to the file y_tab. The code has been changed from K&R form to ANSI C, and generates ANSI C.
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| C
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| Thomas E. Dickey
 
| Thomas E. Dickey
 
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|  
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| BZIP2
 
| BZIP2
 
| This is an OpenVMS port of BZIP2 1.0.1.
 
| This is an OpenVMS port of BZIP2 1.0.1.
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| Julian Seward  
 
| Julian Seward  
 
| 2000
 
| 2000
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| C-FORMAT
 
| C-FORMAT
 
| C Source Code Beautifier Tool
 
| C Source Code Beautifier Tool
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| Bob George
 
| Bob George
 
|  
 
|  
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| CALLABLE-PING
 
| CALLABLE-PING
 
| Callable ICMP Ping Routine
 
| Callable ICMP Ping Routine
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| Mike Muuss, updates by Hunter Goatley
 
| Mike Muuss, updates by Hunter Goatley
 
| 1983
 
| 1983
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| CALLBACK
 
| CALLBACK
 
| A VAX callback utility for Hayes modems. This program fakes a normal hayes modem connected to a terminal server into calling you back.
 
| A VAX callback utility for Hayes modems. This program fakes a normal hayes modem connected to a terminal server into calling you back.
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| [[VAX]]
 
| Robert Eden
 
| Robert Eden
 
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| Callmon
 
| Callmon
 
| With CallMon, an application can monitor all calls to a selected set of procedures, taken from any shareable image including the various [[LIB$|OpenVMS run-time libraries]].
 
| With CallMon, an application can monitor all calls to a selected set of procedures, taken from any shareable image including the various [[LIB$|OpenVMS run-time libraries]].
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| Thierry Lelegard
 
| Thierry Lelegard
 
|
 
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| CAPTURE_REPLY
 
| CAPTURE_REPLY
 
| Captures output from the DCL [[REPLY]] command.
 
| Captures output from the DCL [[REPLY]] command.
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| CARDREADER
 
| CARDREADER
 
| VAX/VMS server symbiont to provide a queue on the VAX that acts as a cardreader. A second queue is also available to mail output back to the original user.
 
| VAX/VMS server symbiont to provide a queue on the VAX that acts as a cardreader. A second queue is also available to mail output back to the original user.
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| [[VAX]]
 
| Robert Eden  
 
| Robert Eden  
 
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| caribbeanstud
 
| caribbeanstud
 
| A X11/MOTIF based gambling game
 
| A X11/MOTIF based gambling game
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| Qun Zhang
 
| Qun Zhang
 
| 1997
 
| 1997
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| CATDOC
 
| CATDOC
 
| Converter from MS-Word to TeX or plain text. Catdoc was designed to work with Cyrillic MS-Word files, so it can convert Cyrillic from ANSI 1251 code page to KOI-8 (for UNIX) or CP 866 (for DOS). This feature can be disabled at compile time.
 
| Converter from MS-Word to TeX or plain text. Catdoc was designed to work with Cyrillic MS-Word files, so it can convert Cyrillic from ANSI 1251 code page to KOI-8 (for UNIX) or CP 866 (for DOS). This feature can be disabled at compile time.
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|
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|
 
| Victor Wagner
 
| Victor Wagner
 
| 1996
 
| 1996
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| CATCLOCK
 
| CATCLOCK
 
| A clock for [[X Windows]] that displays the time in analog, digital, or cat form. The time is continuously updated at a frequency which may be specified by the user.
 
| A clock for [[X Windows]] that displays the time in analog, digital, or cat form. The time is continuously updated at a frequency which may be specified by the user.
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|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| CBZONE-MPJZ, Tank battle under X Windows
 
| CBZONE-MPJZ, Tank battle under X Windows
 
| A version of Battlezone derived from the Fortran sources written by Justin S. Revenaugh.  This version is more flexible in that the number of opponents is user selectable.
 
| A version of Battlezone derived from the Fortran sources written by Justin S. Revenaugh.  This version is more flexible in that the number of opponents is user selectable.
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|
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|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| CD
 
| CD
 
| Provides SET DEFAULT capabilities, plus a large array of built-in and user-customizable capabilities.
 
| Provides SET DEFAULT capabilities, plus a large array of built-in and user-customizable capabilities.
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|
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|
 
| TECSys Development, Inc.
 
| TECSys Development, Inc.
 
| 1998
 
| 1998
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| CD_PLAYER
 
| CD_PLAYER
 
| A utility to play music CD's on an OpenVMS workstation on an attached supported SCSI CDROM drive. The control panel is a Motif-based application.  
 
| A utility to play music CD's on an OpenVMS workstation on an attached supported SCSI CDROM drive. The control panel is a Motif-based application.  
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|
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|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| CDRECORD
 
| CDRECORD
 
| This is the source code for a version of CDRECORD that is included with [[OpenVMS_Version_7.3|OpenVMS Alpha V7.3-1]] and later.
 
| This is the source code for a version of CDRECORD that is included with [[OpenVMS_Version_7.3|OpenVMS Alpha V7.3-1]] and later.
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|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| CD-ROM
 
| CD-ROM
 
| High Sierra (ISO-9660) disk access routines for VAX/VMS
 
| High Sierra (ISO-9660) disk access routines for VAX/VMS
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|
 +
| [[VAX]]
 
| United States Geological Survey
 
| United States Geological Survey
 
| 1989
 
| 1989
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| CDRTOOLS
 
| CDRTOOLS
 
| CD-R/RW Recording Tools for OpenVMS. The core CDRECORD engine is known to function with local CD-R drives, and CD-R operations have been tried and do function with Plextor PlexWriter SCSI drives and do with CD-R media loaded in HP DVD200 series DVD drives.
 
| CD-R/RW Recording Tools for OpenVMS. The core CDRECORD engine is known to function with local CD-R drives, and CD-R operations have been tried and do function with Plextor PlexWriter SCSI drives and do with CD-R media loaded in HP DVD200 series DVD drives.
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|
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|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| CDACVTLIB022
 
| CDACVTLIB022
 
| This directory contains the OpenVMS VAX tools for converting documents among various documentation formats.
 
| This directory contains the OpenVMS VAX tools for converting documents among various documentation formats.
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|
 +
| [[VAX]]
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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*  WWWCount is Muhammad A.Muquit's graphical Web page hit counter
 
*  WWWCount is Muhammad A.Muquit's graphical Web page hit counter
 
*  yahMAIL allows Web access to user's VMS mail
 
*  yahMAIL allows Web access to user's VMS mail
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|
 +
|
 
| Mark Daniel  
 
| Mark Daniel  
 
|
 
|
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| CHARM
 
| CHARM
 
| Binary files/disk block editor data
 
| Binary files/disk block editor data
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|
 +
|
 
| O'Razoff
 
| O'Razoff
 
| 1996
 
| 1996
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| CHKLGI
 
| CHKLGI
 
| CHKLGI is a routine which allows you to perform the same checks and tasks as LOGINOUT.EXE (the system's login image) when a new process is logged in. You may check for correct passwords, login restrictions, perform ALF (automatic login facility) and proxy-related operations, update the intrusion database and perform system auditing of your logins. CHKLGI shows the use of many less-known system services like SYS$AUDIT_EVENT, SYS$SCAN_INTRUSION, SYS$VERIFY_PROXY, as well as the undocumented image activation service SYS$IMGACT and the license-related services SYS$GRANT_LICENSE, SYS$LOOKUP_ LICENSE and SYS$RELEASE_LICENSE. It also shows how to use item lists in C (for SYS$GETUAI) and some other useful techniques. Finally, the MACRO-32 program, which runs in kernel mode, shows how to scan the PCB (process control block) vector array and how to extract information from these and related data structures.
 
| CHKLGI is a routine which allows you to perform the same checks and tasks as LOGINOUT.EXE (the system's login image) when a new process is logged in. You may check for correct passwords, login restrictions, perform ALF (automatic login facility) and proxy-related operations, update the intrusion database and perform system auditing of your logins. CHKLGI shows the use of many less-known system services like SYS$AUDIT_EVENT, SYS$SCAN_INTRUSION, SYS$VERIFY_PROXY, as well as the undocumented image activation service SYS$IMGACT and the license-related services SYS$GRANT_LICENSE, SYS$LOOKUP_ LICENSE and SYS$RELEASE_LICENSE. It also shows how to use item lists in C (for SYS$GETUAI) and some other useful techniques. Finally, the MACRO-32 program, which runs in kernel mode, shows how to scan the PCB (process control block) vector array and how to extract information from these and related data structures.
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|
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|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| CHKSUM
 
| CHKSUM
 
| Computes checksum of a file or files (VMS and Unix)
 
| Computes checksum of a file or files (VMS and Unix)
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|
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|
 
| Jerome Lauret
 
| Jerome Lauret
 
| 2001
 
| 2001
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| CHOOSE_FILE
 
| CHOOSE_FILE
 
| A C function to select a file in a directory using the arrow keys
 
| A C function to select a file in a directory using the arrow keys
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|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| CHOWN
 
| CHOWN
 
| Unix-like VMS 'chown' Facility
 
| Unix-like VMS 'chown' Facility
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|
 +
|
 
| Chris Olive
 
| Chris Olive
 
| 1991
 
| 1991
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| CircleMUD
 
| CircleMUD
 
| Multi-user dungeon game system
 
| Multi-user dungeon game system
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|
 +
|
 
| Jeremy Elson
 
| Jeremy Elson
 
| 1996
 
| 1996
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| CLAIM
 
| CLAIM
 
| Lets users claim files in their directories that are owned by others
 
| Lets users claim files in their directories that are owned by others
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|
 +
|
 
| Matt Madison
 
| Matt Madison
 
| 1998
 
| 1998
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| clear_errors
 
| clear_errors
 
| CLEAR_ERRORS clears the device error count on an Alpha VMS system.
 
| CLEAR_ERRORS clears the device error count on an Alpha VMS system.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Mark Oakley
 
| Mark Oakley
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| clrref
 
| clrref
| This program will assign a channel to a device, set the ownership
+
| This program will assign a channel to a device, set the ownership to be its own, set the reference count down to 1, and then deassign the channel, thereby clearing the device reference count.
to be its own, set the reference count down to 1, and then deassign
+
|
the channel, thereby clearing the device reference count.
+
|
 
| Ehud Gavron
 
| Ehud Gavron
 
| 1992  
 
| 1992  
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| clue$sda_vax
 
| clue$sda_vax
 
| CLUE (Crash Log Utility Extractor) for OpenVMS VAX. On OpenVMS Alpha, CLUE is implemented as SDA extension. On OpenVMS VAX, CLUE is implemented as external utility, invoked from DCL with the MCR CLUE command. However, since it does not run under SDA control, it cannot invoke SDA callbacks and therefore does not support the displays provided by Alpha CLUE. The image is located in SYS$SYSTEM:CLUE.EXE. This kit contains CLUE$SDA (as SDA extension) on VAX. It is invoked in the same way as on Alpha and provides the same or slightly modified commands and displays. It provides, however, no commands to collect and archive information from dumpfiles; these tasks are still covered by the external, DEC-supplied CLUE utility.
 
| CLUE (Crash Log Utility Extractor) for OpenVMS VAX. On OpenVMS Alpha, CLUE is implemented as SDA extension. On OpenVMS VAX, CLUE is implemented as external utility, invoked from DCL with the MCR CLUE command. However, since it does not run under SDA control, it cannot invoke SDA callbacks and therefore does not support the displays provided by Alpha CLUE. The image is located in SYS$SYSTEM:CLUE.EXE. This kit contains CLUE$SDA (as SDA extension) on VAX. It is invoked in the same way as on Alpha and provides the same or slightly modified commands and displays. It provides, however, no commands to collect and archive information from dumpfiles; these tasks are still covered by the external, DEC-supplied CLUE utility.
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|
 +
| [[VAX]]
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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* COPY_SHADOW_DUMP.MAR to retrieve a system dump from a Phase II shadowed system disk
 
* COPY_SHADOW_DUMP.MAR to retrieve a system dump from a Phase II shadowed system disk
 
* FORCE_MERGE.MAR to force a merge copy on a Phase II shadowset
 
* FORCE_MERGE.MAR to force a merge copy on a Phase II shadowset
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|
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|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| CMEM
 
| CMEM
 
| Tool for debugging 'C' memory allocation routines. Provides updated versions of the C run-time library routines 'malloc', 'calloc', 'realloc', and 'free'.  The new versions provide many features to insure the integrity of the C dynamic memory pool.  Programmers can use this information to track down routines which improperly access dynamic memory.
 
| Tool for debugging 'C' memory allocation routines. Provides updated versions of the C run-time library routines 'malloc', 'calloc', 'realloc', and 'free'.  The new versions provide many features to insure the integrity of the C dynamic memory pool.  Programmers can use this information to track down routines which improperly access dynamic memory.
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|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
| 1995
 
| 1995
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| CMPDIR
 
| CMPDIR
 
| CMPDIR compares the contents of two directories and displays the result in a similar format as the DCL DIFFERENCES command. This format provides a quick visual depiction of version discrepencies between dirctories. Qualifiers are available to highlite date and size differences between the two directories. If CMPDIR detects the image if being executed on a DECterm, date and size differences are shown in colors, else they are shown in bold font. There is also an /OUTPUT qualifier available.
 
| CMPDIR compares the contents of two directories and displays the result in a similar format as the DCL DIFFERENCES command. This format provides a quick visual depiction of version discrepencies between dirctories. Qualifiers are available to highlite date and size differences between the two directories. If CMPDIR detects the image if being executed on a DECterm, date and size differences are shown in colors, else they are shown in bold font. There is also an /OUTPUT qualifier available.
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|
 +
|
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| 2004
 
| 2004
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| CMP-Disk
 
| CMP-Disk
 
| A compressing VMS virtual disk for Vax or Alpha (cmphighc.zip), Alpha versions of disk drivers for remote virtual disk over DECnet and host processes, and for files stored on somewhat encrypted files on local disks. The remote disk can be used for remote backup or access and will attempt to recover if the net link fails. Also present are some other odds and ends, and the SPD for a user undelete (reliable, this one) and enhanced VMS security module called SAFETY from the author.
 
| A compressing VMS virtual disk for Vax or Alpha (cmphighc.zip), Alpha versions of disk drivers for remote virtual disk over DECnet and host processes, and for files stored on somewhat encrypted files on local disks. The remote disk can be used for remote backup or access and will attempt to recover if the net link fails. Also present are some other odds and ends, and the SPD for a user undelete (reliable, this one) and enhanced VMS security module called SAFETY from the author.
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|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| CMUIP
 
| CMUIP
 
| A set of frequently asked questions about the CMU OpenVMS TCP/IP package designed to provide a full TCP/IP network transport for VAX systems
 
| A set of frequently asked questions about the CMU OpenVMS TCP/IP package designed to provide a full TCP/IP network transport for VAX systems
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|
 +
| [[VAX]]
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| ColorMap
 
| ColorMap
 
| A demo that shows the current number of colors available in the colormap on AXP and VAX
 
| A demo that shows the current number of colors available in the colormap on AXP and VAX
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| ColorWheel
 
| ColorWheel
 
| A demo that displays  a  multicolor  wheel rotating in a resizable window.
 
| A demo that displays  a  multicolor  wheel rotating in a resizable window.
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|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| COMPARE_DIR
 
| COMPARE_DIR
| COMPARE_DIR allows users to compare the contents of two directories.  The
+
| COMPARE_DIR allows users to compare the contents of two directories.  The directories may be on the same node, or on different nodes. COMPARE_DIR can be used to show which files are missing from either directory. COMPARE_DIR can be used to show which files exist in both directories, but have different sizes, dates, or version numbers. COMPARE_DIR can be used to create a COM file to copy missing files from one directory to another.
directories may be on the same node, or on different nodes. COMPARE_DIR can be used to show which files are missing from either directory. COMPARE_DIR can be used to show which files exist in both directories, but have different sizes, dates, or version numbers. COMPARE_DIR can be used to create a COM file to copy missing files from one directory to another.
+
|
 +
|
 
| Tim Forarty
 
| Tim Forarty
 
|  
 
|  
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| COMPRESS
 
| COMPRESS
 
| This is a VMS port of GNU compress, which can be used to decompress files compressed using the UNIX compress utility.
 
| This is a VMS port of GNU compress, which can be used to decompress files compressed using the UNIX compress utility.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Jim Dyer
 
| Jim Dyer
 
|
 
|
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| COMPRESS_VMS
 
| COMPRESS_VMS
 
| The UNIX compress/uncompress program, ported to VMS 5.2
 
| The UNIX compress/uncompress program, ported to VMS 5.2
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Doug Todyof
 
| Doug Todyof
 
|
 
|
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| crembx
 
| crembx
 
| create mailbox from DCL
 
| create mailbox from DCL
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| CRINOID
 
| CRINOID
| CRINOID provides fast execution of Perl CGI scripts for use with the OSU HTTP server.  Requests for CGIs are passed to multiple persistent processes, where Perl modules can be preloaded and scripts
+
| CRINOID provides fast execution of Perl CGI scripts for use with the OSU HTTP server.  Requests for CGIs are passed to multiple persistent processes, where Perl modules can be preloaded and scripts can be cached.
can be cached.  
+
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| CRON
 
| CRON
 
| VMS port of the CRON utility.
 
| VMS port of the CRON utility.
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|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| CRS
 
| CRS
| A Norton Commander-style directory browser for VMS ([[VAX]] and [[Alpha]])
+
| A Norton Commander-style directory browser
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Alexey Gadzhiev
 
| Alexey Gadzhiev
 
|
 
|
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| csvsearch
 
| csvsearch
 
| Search comma-separated-variable (CSV) data files
 
| Search comma-separated-variable (CSV) data files
 +
|
 +
|
 
| John Powers  
 
| John Powers  
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| ctrl-verify
 
| ctrl-verify
| CTRL-Verify provides the capability to enable and disable DCL command file
+
| CTRL-Verify provides the capability to enable and disable DCL command file verification by typing a CTRL-V while the procedure is executing.
verification by typing a CTRL-V while the procedure is executing.  
+
|
 +
 
| Brian Schenkenberger
 
| Brian Schenkenberger
 
| 1994  
 
| 1994  
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| cURL
 
| cURL
 
| Curl is a command line tool for transferring files with URL syntax, supporting FTP, FTPS, HTTP, HTTPS, GOPHER, TELNET, DICT, FILE and LDAP. Curl supports HTTPS certificates, HTTP POST, HTTP PUT, FTP uploading, kerberos, HTTP form based upload, proxies, cookies, user+password authentication, file transfer resume, http proxy tunneling and a busload of other useful tricks.
 
| Curl is a command line tool for transferring files with URL syntax, supporting FTP, FTPS, HTTP, HTTPS, GOPHER, TELNET, DICT, FILE and LDAP. Curl supports HTTPS certificates, HTTP POST, HTTP PUT, FTP uploading, kerberos, HTTP form based upload, proxies, cookies, user+password authentication, file transfer resume, http proxy tunneling and a busload of other useful tricks.
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|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| CVS_VMS
 
| CVS_VMS
 
| VMS version of Concurrent Versioning System (build ctl tool). CVS is a version control system, which allows you to keep old versions of files (usually source code), keep a log of who, when, and why changes occurred, etc., like RCS or SCCS.  It handles multiple developers, multiple directories, triggers to enable/log/control various operations, and can work over a wide area network.  The following tasks are not included; they can be done in conjunction with CVS but will tend to require some script-writing and software other than CVS: bug-tracking, build management (that is, make and make-like tools), and automated testing.
 
| VMS version of Concurrent Versioning System (build ctl tool). CVS is a version control system, which allows you to keep old versions of files (usually source code), keep a log of who, when, and why changes occurred, etc., like RCS or SCCS.  It handles multiple developers, multiple directories, triggers to enable/log/control various operations, and can work over a wide area network.  The following tasks are not included; they can be done in conjunction with CVS but will tend to require some script-writing and software other than CVS: bug-tracking, build management (that is, make and make-like tools), and automated testing.
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|
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|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| CVTLIS  
 
| CVTLIS  
 
| A tool that converts .LIS files from the VMS Source Listings on CD back to the appropriate source files.
 
| A tool that converts .LIS files from the VMS Source Listings on CD back to the appropriate source files.
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|
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|
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
| 1994
 
| 1994
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| DATE
 
| DATE
 
| Show information about date (day of week, absolute, Julian day, week #)
 
| Show information about date (day of week, absolute, Julian day, week #)
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|
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|
 
| Hans van Veen
 
| Hans van Veen
 
|
 
|
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| DBS-ARPWATCH
 
| DBS-ARPWATCH
 
| DBS-ARPWATCH sniffs the ethernet for ARP packets.  
 
| DBS-ARPWATCH sniffs the ethernet for ARP packets.  
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|
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|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| DBS-AUTOTUNE
 
| DBS-AUTOTUNE
 
| DBS-AUTOTUNE allows automatic tuning of RMS indexed files driven by user specified parameters for each file.
 
| DBS-AUTOTUNE allows automatic tuning of RMS indexed files driven by user specified parameters for each file.
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|
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|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| dbs-build_libraries
 
| dbs-build_libraries
 
| RTL used by DBS tools
 
| RTL used by DBS tools
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|
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|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| DBS-DCL
 
| DBS-DCL
 
| DBS-DCL is a collection of DCL procedures. A lot of them have come about as the result of having to manage over forty remote systems and the need for a consistent reliable way of doing things.
 
| DBS-DCL is a collection of DCL procedures. A lot of them have come about as the result of having to manage over forty remote systems and the need for a consistent reliable way of doing things.
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|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| DBS-ETHERWATCH
 
| DBS-ETHERWATCH
 
| DBS-ETHERWATCH looks at Ethernet packets.
 
| DBS-ETHERWATCH looks at Ethernet packets.
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|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| DBS-LATWATCH
 
| DBS-LATWATCH
 
| DBS-LATWATCH is similar to DBS-ETHERWATCH but only looks at LAT packets and formats the various LAT message types. Selection can be made on message type (as well as address) and record and playback is also available.  
 
| DBS-LATWATCH is similar to DBS-ETHERWATCH but only looks at LAT packets and formats the various LAT message types. Selection can be made on message type (as well as address) and record and playback is also available.  
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|
 
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|
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| DBS-LIBRARY
 
| DBS-LIBRARY
 
| DBS-LIBRARY is a collection of DCL procedures and a couple of programs that I have used for a number of years now. You might find them useful also.
 
| DBS-LIBRARY is a collection of DCL procedures and a couple of programs that I have used for a number of years now. You might find them useful also.
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|
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|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| DBS-NETUTILS
 
| DBS-NETUTILS
 
| DBS-NETUTILS contains early versions of ETHERWATCH and LATWATCH as well as a protocol counter which will record the number of packets of each protocol type (between two addresses if desired) and a frame counter that records the number of packets of various sizes (for selected protocols or addresses).  
 
| DBS-NETUTILS contains early versions of ETHERWATCH and LATWATCH as well as a protocol counter which will record the number of packets of each protocol type (between two addresses if desired) and a frame counter that records the number of packets of various sizes (for selected protocols or addresses).  
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|
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| DBS-NULLSYMBIONT
 
| DBS-NULLSYMBIONT
 
| DBS-NULLSYMBIONT is a symbiont that will use the null device (NLA0:) and doesn't actually do any processing of jobs in the queue but just removes them from the queue and honours the /DELETE qualfier etc.   
 
| DBS-NULLSYMBIONT is a symbiont that will use the null device (NLA0:) and doesn't actually do any processing of jobs in the queue but just removes them from the queue and honours the /DELETE qualfier etc.   
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|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| DBS-ODSM, online disk space monitor
 
| DBS-ODSM, online disk space monitor
 
| DBS-ODSM is an Online Disk Space Monitor that can be used to send OPCOM messages when disk usage moves outside predefined limits or when a disk becomes unavailable.  
 
| DBS-ODSM is an Online Disk Space Monitor that can be used to send OPCOM messages when disk usage moves outside predefined limits or when a disk becomes unavailable.  
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|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| DBS-PATCH
 
| DBS-PATCH
| DBS-PATCH contains a file and disk patch utility. These programs allow you to change the contents of any byte in a file or disk. The programs are written in Macro-32 and will build on VAX or Alpha.
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| DBS-PATCH contains a file and disk patch utility. These programs allow you to change the contents of any byte in a file or disk.  
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| Macro-32
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| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| dbs-scanlocks
 
| dbs-scanlocks
 
| This package contains three utilites for retrieving information about [[Distributed Lock Manager|resource locks]].
 
| This package contains three utilites for retrieving information about [[Distributed Lock Manager|resource locks]].
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|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| DBS-SYSRTL
 
| DBS-SYSRTL
| DBS-SYSRTL contains the source code and build procedures for the run-time library used by the various DBS packages. The run-time library source is in BASIC and Macro-32 and can be built on VAX or Alpha. Object libraries are also included.
+
| DBS-SYSRTL contains the source code and build procedures for the run-time library used by the various DBS packages.
 +
| BASIC, Macro-32
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| DBS-TAPEUTILS
 
| DBS-TAPEUTILS
 
| DBS-TAPEUTILS contains a tape dump program, a tape eraser and a tape exerciser program. The tape dump program can be used to examine or copy the contents of a tape.  
 
| DBS-TAPEUTILS contains a tape dump program, a tape eraser and a tape exerciser program. The tape dump program can be used to examine or copy the contents of a tape.  
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| DBS-TCPWATCH
 
| DBS-TCPWATCH
 
| DBS-TCPWATCH sniffs the Ethernet for TCP packets. This tool is not complete i.e. the documentation etc. is not finished yet.  
 
| DBS-TCPWATCH sniffs the Ethernet for TCP packets. This tool is not complete i.e. the documentation etc. is not finished yet.  
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| DCC, Disciplined ANSI C Language Checker
 
| DCC, Disciplined ANSI C Language Checker
 
| This product checks that a C source file complies with the precepts of Disciplined C, a set of rules aiming at elevating ANSI C to the rank of high level language (as opposed to portable assembly language), and making as much semantics as possible flow from the design to the source code. This is achieved mainly via quasi-compulsory types/constants naming and 'const' qualifier use. The product also detects most of the pitfalls of the C language, helps the programmer organize his program modules and write them so that they are well encapsulated and more portable, and finally gives some much-needed compile-time checking tools.
 
| This product checks that a C source file complies with the precepts of Disciplined C, a set of rules aiming at elevating ANSI C to the rank of high level language (as opposed to portable assembly language), and making as much semantics as possible flow from the design to the source code. This is achieved mainly via quasi-compulsory types/constants naming and 'const' qualifier use. The product also detects most of the pitfalls of the C language, helps the programmer organize his program modules and write them so that they are well encapsulated and more portable, and finally gives some much-needed compile-time checking tools.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Yves Noyelle
 
| Yves Noyelle
 
|
 
|
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* VMSMEM.COM displays the memory utilization for the local node.
 
* VMSMEM.COM displays the memory utilization for the local node.
 
* WHICH.COM displays what is executed for a given command. Locates "foreign"commands (symbols) or uses the freeware VERB utility to analyze the DCL command table.
 
* WHICH.COM displays what is executed for a given command. Locates "foreign"commands (symbols) or uses the freeware VERB utility to analyze the DCL command table.
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|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| DCL_CHECK
 
| DCL_CHECK
 
| The DCL_CHECK procedure detects a variety of DCL coding errors and displays  diagnostic  messages  that  allow  you  to  correct  the problems. Requires DCL_DIET.COM
 
| The DCL_CHECK procedure detects a variety of DCL coding errors and displays  diagnostic  messages  that  allow  you  to  correct  the problems. Requires DCL_DIET.COM
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Charlie Hammond
 
| Charlie Hammond
 
| 1999
 
| 1999
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| dcldbg
 
| dcldbg
 
| Debugger for DCL command procedures
 
| Debugger for DCL command procedures
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| DCL_DIET.COM
 
| DCL_DIET.COM
 
| This procedure "DIETs" a command procedure file -- compressing it by removing comments and unnecessary space. This saves file space and improves execution time.
 
| This procedure "DIETs" a command procedure file -- compressing it by removing comments and unnecessary space. This saves file space and improves execution time.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Charlie Hammond
 
| Charlie Hammond
 
|  
 
|  
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| dcl_database
 
| dcl_database
 
| A DCL Database
 
| A DCL Database
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Mark Van-Bellen
 
| Mark Van-Bellen
 
|  
 
|  
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| dcl-expand
 
| dcl-expand
 
| EXPAND is a utility for generating repetitive scripts,  called expansions. EXPAND generates an expansion by applying a list to a template. This works much the same way as a mail merge facility generates a mailing by applying a mailing list to a form letter.   
 
| EXPAND is a utility for generating repetitive scripts,  called expansions. EXPAND generates an expansion by applying a list to a template. This works much the same way as a mail merge facility generates a mailing by applying a mailing list to a form letter.   
 +
|
 +
|
 
| David Cressey     
 
| David Cressey     
 
| 1999
 
| 1999
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|-
 
|-
 
| dclkeys
 
| dclkeys
| Routines to define DCL keys from a program. Now includes support for [[Alpha]] and [[VAX]]
+
| Routines to define DCL keys from a program.
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
| 1987
 
| 1987
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| dcl_recall
 
| dcl_recall
 
| Patch DCL.EXE to allow more than 20 commands to be RECALLed
 
| Patch DCL.EXE to allow more than 20 commands to be RECALLed
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
| 1993  
 
| 1993  
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| DECTALK
 
| DECTALK
 
| DECtalk runtime library routines
 
| DECtalk runtime library routines
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| DECWRITE_RTF
 
| DECWRITE_RTF
 
| These converters allow DECWRITE to import and export documents in RTF. They also allow the CONVERT/DOCUMENT command line interface to convert RTF documents.  
 
| These converters allow DECWRITE to import and export documents in RTF. They also allow the CONVERT/DOCUMENT command line interface to convert RTF documents.  
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| DCLCOMPLETE
 
| DCLCOMPLETE
 
| A utility that adds command completion and pipes to DCL
 
| A utility that adds command completion and pipes to DCL
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| DCLHOLIDAYS
 
| DCLHOLIDAYS
 
| The sample DCL procedure HOLIDAYS.COM uses a special form from the Gaussian Easter Algorithm (see reference in the procedure itself) to calculate the date of Easter sunday and from there the dates of other holidays depending on it. Included is the handling of holidays with fixed dates, christmas for example.
 
| The sample DCL procedure HOLIDAYS.COM uses a special form from the Gaussian Easter Algorithm (see reference in the procedure itself) to calculate the date of Easter sunday and from there the dates of other holidays depending on it. Included is the handling of holidays with fixed dates, christmas for example.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Michael Ugner
 
| Michael Ugner
 
|
 
|
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| DCLOCK
 
| DCLOCK
 
| The dclock program for X Windows displays the time in digital format only.  The time is updated on a per second basis or on a per minute basis.  This program is nothing more than a wrapper around the dclock widget not associated with any particular widget set.
 
| The dclock program for X Windows displays the time in digital format only.  The time is updated on a per second basis or on a per minute basis.  This program is nothing more than a wrapper around the dclock widget not associated with any particular widget set.
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|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| ddclient
 
| ddclient
 
| a Perl client for updating DynDNS information
 
| a Perl client for updating DynDNS information
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|
 +
|
 
| Paul Burry
 
| Paul Burry
 
|  
 
|  
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| DEBUG_HTML
 
| DEBUG_HTML
 
| DCL to generate HTML test and cross reference files.
 
| DCL to generate HTML test and cross reference files.
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|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| DECL (DEC C declaration interpreter)
 
| DECL (DEC C declaration interpreter)
 
| DECL is a C declaration interpreter, copied from Kernigahn & Richie's book on C.
 
| DECL is a C declaration interpreter, copied from Kernigahn & Richie's book on C.
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|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| decnet
 
| decnet
 
|This package contains some examples of using the QIO interface to NETACP to retrieve information. Included is a short program that displays a list of known nodes (similar to NCP SHOW KNOWN NODES), and one that displays a list of links. A commented version of NFBDEF.H is included.
 
|This package contains some examples of using the QIO interface to NETACP to retrieve information. Included is a short program that displays a list of known nodes (similar to NCP SHOW KNOWN NODES), and one that displays a list of links. A commented version of NFBDEF.H is included.
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|
 +
|
 
| Joe Meadows
 
| Joe Meadows
 
|  
 
|  
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| DECSPELL
 
| DECSPELL
 
| Port of DECspell for VAX to Alpha
 
| Port of DECspell for VAX to Alpha
 +
|
 +
| [[Alpha]]
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| DECW
 
| DECW
| These command files allow you to add menu items to a FileView
+
| These command files allow you to add menu items to a FileView or Session Manager Menu that allow access to remote systems. The advantage of these routines is that you can use them on a FileView session that is running on a different host than your X-Server display to launch programs on a third or more hosts. This is quite useful when your X-11 Server is not running on an OpenVMS host.
or Session Manager Menu that allow access to remote systems. The advantage of these routines is that you can use them on a FileView session that is running on a different host than your X-Server display to launch programs on a third or more hosts. This is quite useful when your X-11 Server is not running on an OpenVMS host.
+
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| decw_cookbook
 
| decw_cookbook
 
| DECwindows Cookbook (V2---PostScript file)
 
| DECwindows Cookbook (V2---PostScript file)
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| DECXTERM
 
| DECXTERM
 
| The procedure remaps the Sun Keyboard, IBM AIX PC type Keyboard, Linux PC type Keyboard and Tru64 Compaq Unix keyboards to mappings suitable for VMS. This program is designed to run on a Unix machine, create a terminal emulator with VMS keyboard mappings and then telnet to a VMS machine.
 
| The procedure remaps the Sun Keyboard, IBM AIX PC type Keyboard, Linux PC type Keyboard and Tru64 Compaq Unix keyboards to mappings suitable for VMS. This program is designed to run on a Unix machine, create a terminal emulator with VMS keyboard mappings and then telnet to a VMS machine.
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|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|  
 
|  
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| DELIVER
 
| DELIVER
 
| An adjunct to VMS MAIL which makes it possible for incoming mail  messages  to  be  handled  and  processed automatically based on information provided in a user-supplied file.  Different actions can be taken based on a message's address, subject or contents. These actions include delivering the message, forwarding the message or even invoking  a DCL command script to perform some complex operation. Any actions taken occur immediately upon receipt of the message; the user does not need to log in for DELIVER to operate.
 
| An adjunct to VMS MAIL which makes it possible for incoming mail  messages  to  be  handled  and  processed automatically based on information provided in a user-supplied file.  Different actions can be taken based on a message's address, subject or contents. These actions include delivering the message, forwarding the message or even invoking  a DCL command script to perform some complex operation. Any actions taken occur immediately upon receipt of the message; the user does not need to log in for DELIVER to operate.
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|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| DELTREE
 
| DELTREE
 
| Directory deletion program
 
| Directory deletion program
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Jerome Lauret
 
| Jerome Lauret
 
| 2001  
 
| 2001  
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| DESTROY
 
| DESTROY
 
| Delete files faster than Delete.
 
| Delete files faster than Delete.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| dfind
 
| dfind
 
| Dfind is a program that assigns short [[Logical Name|logical names]] to a wildcarded [[File specification|file specification]]. These logical names can then be used in all DCL commands, thereby saving you a lot of typing.  It serves as a partial replacement for the DIRECTORY command and can greatly reduce (or eliminate) the need to SET DEFAULT to different directories.
 
| Dfind is a program that assigns short [[Logical Name|logical names]] to a wildcarded [[File specification|file specification]]. These logical names can then be used in all DCL commands, thereby saving you a lot of typing.  It serves as a partial replacement for the DIRECTORY command and can greatly reduce (or eliminate) the need to SET DEFAULT to different directories.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Erik Ahlefeldt
 
| Erik Ahlefeldt
 
| 1993
 
| 1993
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* UNDELETE files
 
* UNDELETE files
 
* quick VERIFY and REBUILD of the disk structure
 
* quick VERIFY and REBUILD of the disk structure
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|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| DIA_ANA_FILES
 
| DIA_ANA_FILES
| The SDL file here contains the diagnostic-related data structures
+
| The SDL file here contains the diagnostic-related data structures used for compiler diagnostic (.DIA) files, and Compiler analysis (.ANA) files. These files are commonly supported by OpenVMS VAX and OpenVMS Alpha compilers, and can be used by text editors and other tools.
used for compiler diagnostic (.DIA) files, and Compiler analysis
+
|
(.ANA) files. These files are commonly supported by OpenVMS VAX and OpenVMS Alpha compilers, and can be used by text editors and other tools.
+
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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* ACROSS.COM
 
* ACROSS.COM
 
* DISK_STAT.COM
 
* DISK_STAT.COM
 +
| [[DCL]]
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| DIRUTIL
 
| DIRUTIL
 
| Directory PUSHD POPD and PEEKD Navigation
 
| Directory PUSHD POPD and PEEKD Navigation
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Eric M. LaFranchi
 
| Eric M. LaFranchi
 
|
 
|
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| DISKBLOCK
 
| DISKBLOCK
 
| Editor and performance tests for ODS2 ODS5 and Foreign disks
 
| Editor and performance tests for ODS2 ODS5 and Foreign disks
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| disk_test
 
| disk_test
 
| Measures, to microsecond accuracy, read and write operations on sequential or indexed files.
 
| Measures, to microsecond accuracy, read and write operations on sequential or indexed files.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| dism32
 
| dism32
| OpenVMS VAX Disassembler
+
| OpenVMS VAX Disassembler. DISM32 is an application program that runs on an OpenVMS VAX system, and that translates an executable, shareable, or system image that was created by the OpenVMS VAX LINER utility into symbolic Macro32 source files. A disassembler does not produce the original source code, as that information, structures, comments and related have been eliminated by the assembly or compilation process, nor can a disassembler recreate code comments. A disassembler can only represent the executable instruction stream as VAX Macro32 assembler code.
DISM32 is an application program that runs on an OpenVMS VAX system, and that translates an executable, shareable, or system image that was created by the OpenVMS VAX LINER utility into symbolic Macro32 source files. A disassembler does not produce the original source code, as that information, structures, comments and related have been eliminated by the assembly or compilation process, nor can a disassembler recreate code comments. A disassembler can only represent the executable instruction stream as VAX Macro32 assembler code.
+
|
 +
| [[VAX]]
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| dispatch
 
| dispatch
 
| Sample code for writing [[Privileges|privileged]] shareable images in C. This package illustrates how to implement privileged shareable images, with user-written system services in C and other high-level languages. It includes a generic change mode dispatcher that can be reused for any privileged shareable image, sample system services, and a sample program using those services.
 
| Sample code for writing [[Privileges|privileged]] shareable images in C. This package illustrates how to implement privileged shareable images, with user-written system services in C and other high-level languages. It includes a generic change mode dispatcher that can be reused for any privileged shareable image, sample system services, and a sample program using those services.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Wayne Sewell  
 
| Wayne Sewell  
 
|  
 
|  
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| DIX
 
| DIX
 
| A program to read/modify records in any RMS (seq/relative/idx) file
 
| A program to read/modify records in any RMS (seq/relative/idx) file
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Fekko Stubbe
 
| Fekko Stubbe
 
|  
 
|  
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| DRAIN
 
| DRAIN
 
| This program acts as a virtual printer and captures the print stream into a text file instead of sending it to a physical printer. Drain-Printer is an expansion on an older program by Aaron Leonard; the first copy I found was called  DRAIN_TO_FILE and was posted to comp.os.vms on November 11, 1997 under "SUBJ: Re: Multinet LPD Queue to File?" (and also to vmsnet.sysmgt on October 10, 1997).
 
| This program acts as a virtual printer and captures the print stream into a text file instead of sending it to a physical printer. Drain-Printer is an expansion on an older program by Aaron Leonard; the first copy I found was called  DRAIN_TO_FILE and was posted to comp.os.vms on November 11, 1997 under "SUBJ: Re: Multinet LPD Queue to File?" (and also to vmsnet.sysmgt on October 10, 1997).
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|
 +
|
 
| Verne Britton
 
| Verne Britton
 
|
 
|
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| DRLOGIN
 
| DRLOGIN
 
| DRLOGIN allows remote interactive login over DECnet, providing similar functionality to the RLOGIN TCP/IP utility. DRLOGIN uses non-transparent task-to-task DECnet communication to establish a link to a remote task which runs the DRLACP image. DRLACP uses the FT pseudo-terminal driver introduced with VMS V5.4 to create an interactive process on the remote node.
 
| DRLOGIN allows remote interactive login over DECnet, providing similar functionality to the RLOGIN TCP/IP utility. DRLOGIN uses non-transparent task-to-task DECnet communication to establish a link to a remote task which runs the DRLACP image. DRLACP uses the FT pseudo-terminal driver introduced with VMS V5.4 to create an interactive process on the remote node.
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|
 +
|
 
| Originally by Anthony C. McCracken with mods by Hunter Goatley, reimplemented by John Delgado, Lou Bergandi, ported to OpenVMS by Hunter Goatley
 
| Originally by Anthony C. McCracken with mods by Hunter Goatley, reimplemented by John Delgado, Lou Bergandi, ported to OpenVMS by Hunter Goatley
 
| 1995
 
| 1995
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| DSNLINK_NEW
 
| DSNLINK_NEW
 
| An update on DSNLINK
 
| An update on DSNLINK
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|
 +
|
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| DST-SCANNER
 
| DST-SCANNER
| A utility that scans an executable image and displays, if the information is available, the names of the source files which were compiled/assembled and linked to form the image being scanned.  The baseline utility scans a VAX or Alpha AXP VMS image and displays source file specifications only; a modified, "details" version scans a VAX image (no corresponding Alpha AXP  
+
| A utility that scans an executable image and displays, if the information is available, the names of the source files which were compiled/assembled and linked to form the image being scanned.  The baseline utility scans a VAX or Alpha AXP VMS image and displays source file specifications only; a modified, "details" version scans a VAX image (no corresponding Alpha AXP "details" version currently exists) and displays source file specifications PLUS some RMS information (record/file organization, EOF position) associated with the source files.
"details" version currently exists) and displays source file specifications PLUS some RMS information (record/file organization, EOF position) associated with the source files.
+
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Chris Chiesa
 
| Chris Chiesa
 
| 1996
 
| 1996
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| DSRplus, DIGITAL Standard Runoff Plus
 
| DSRplus, DIGITAL Standard Runoff Plus
 
| This is a text-processing package for OpenVMS VAX that builds on the DSR package.  DSR has been left latent within OpenVMS VAX for some time, and is unsupported.
 
| This is a text-processing package for OpenVMS VAX that builds on the DSR package.  DSR has been left latent within OpenVMS VAX for some time, and is unsupported.
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|
 +
| [[VAX]]
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| dtr_rdb
 
| dtr_rdb
|  This is a collection of items that were contributed over the years to the Datatrieve / 4GL DECUS SIG, and a couple of items I've written myself.  I've also added some DCL procedures for processing system and Rdb information, as it
+
|  This is a collection of items that were contributed over the years to the Datatrieve / 4GL DECUS SIG, and a couple of items I've written myself.  I've also added some DCL procedures for processing system and Rdb information, as it seemed easier to put them here than to create a separate collection.
seemed easier to put them here than to create a separate collection.  
+
|
 +
|
 
| Bart Z. Lederman
 
| Bart Z. Lederman
 
|
 
|
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| dvdarchiverestore
 
| dvdarchiverestore
 
| Multi-Volume CD and DVD Archives and Restores. This consists of two small programs, readdisk.exe and writedisk.exe, and a command-procedure that manages the images.
 
| Multi-Volume CD and DVD Archives and Restores. This consists of two small programs, readdisk.exe and writedisk.exe, and a command-procedure that manages the images.
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|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| DVDRTOOLS
 
| DVDRTOOLS
 
| This is an early port of DVDRTOOLS-0_1_5, DVD-R/RW Recording Tools for OpenVMS. The core CDRECORD engine is known to function with local CD-R drives, but a (local) lack of DVD-R and DVD-RW drives and a lack of support within this DVDRTOOLS-0_1_5 for the available local DVD+R and DVD+RW drives has meant that none of the DVD code has been tested.   
 
| This is an early port of DVDRTOOLS-0_1_5, DVD-R/RW Recording Tools for OpenVMS. The core CDRECORD engine is known to function with local CD-R drives, but a (local) lack of DVD-R and DVD-RW drives and a lack of support within this DVDRTOOLS-0_1_5 for the available local DVD+R and DVD+RW drives has meant that none of the DVD code has been tested.   
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|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| dvidvi
 
| dvidvi
 
| dvi file repagination tool
 
| dvi file repagination tool
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|
 +
|
 
| Radical Eye Software, ported to VMS by Tony McGrath
 
| Radical Eye Software, ported to VMS by Tony McGrath
 
| 1988
 
| 1988
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| HSCLOAD010, HSC and HSJ disk load balancing tool
 
| HSCLOAD010, HSC and HSJ disk load balancing tool
 
| A tool that uses a list of how disks are cabled (which CAN be obtained from HSCs during the install) and the actual disk usage obtained from DECps or F$GETDVI to determine the optimal loading given the wiring constraints. This information can be used to perform either manual loading or automatic loading using PREFER.
 
| A tool that uses a list of how disks are cabled (which CAN be obtained from HSCs during the install) and the actual disk usage obtained from DECps or F$GETDVI to determine the optimal loading given the wiring constraints. This information can be used to perform either manual loading or automatic loading using PREFER.
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|
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|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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* Detail fragmentation reports for every disk including a list of fragmented files and a report showing the fragmentation level of hotfiles (decps and vpa versions only).  
 
* Detail fragmentation reports for every disk including a list of fragmented files and a report showing the fragmentation level of hotfiles (decps and vpa versions only).  
 
History files showing the state of disks and files over time are updated as reports are produced.
 
History files showing the state of disks and files over time are updated as reports are produced.
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|
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|
 
|
 
|
 
|  
 
|  
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| DISKBLOCK
 
| DISKBLOCK
 
| A low level disk block editing tool which can be used to read, modify and write LBNs on a disk or VBN's in a file.
 
| A low level disk block editing tool which can be used to read, modify and write LBNs on a disk or VBN's in a file.
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|
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|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| DISKMAP
 
| DISKMAP
 
| A utility which plots BITMAP.SYS (small disks only) as a bitmap to allow you to assess fragmentation.
 
| A utility which plots BITMAP.SYS (small disks only) as a bitmap to allow you to assess fragmentation.
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|
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|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| DISTRIBUTE
 
| DISTRIBUTE
 
| A utility that allows embedded distribution lists within the body of a document that you want to mail.
 
| A utility that allows embedded distribution lists within the body of a document that you want to mail.
 +
|
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|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| HTML PAGE, Miscellaneous, Build your own HTML page, plus usefull WWW sites
 
| HTML PAGE, Miscellaneous, Build your own HTML page, plus usefull WWW sites
 
| Tutorial package that allows you to build your own HTML pages.
 
| Tutorial package that allows you to build your own HTML pages.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| HTMLDOC
 
| HTMLDOC
 
| This is a port of EasySW HTMLDOC, a freeware tool which converts HTML documents or webpages into .PS or .PDF files.
 
| This is a port of EasySW HTMLDOC, a freeware tool which converts HTML documents or webpages into .PS or .PDF files.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Pat Moran
 
| Pat Moran
 
|
 
|
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* DOCTOR/TAG_COUNT
 
* DOCTOR/TAG_COUNT
 
* DOCTOR/XREF
 
* DOCTOR/XREF
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| DQDRIVER
 
| DQDRIVER
 
| IDE Disk Driver Example for OpenVMS/AXP
 
| IDE Disk Driver Example for OpenVMS/AXP
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| DSNLINK
 
| DSNLINK
 
| This program works in conjunction with Digital's DSNlink service and will automatically fetch new article titles from the DSNlink database.
 
| This program works in conjunction with Digital's DSNlink service and will automatically fetch new article titles from the DSNlink database.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| DTDRIVER
 
| DTDRIVER
 
| Device driver for TC-11/TU56 DECtape
 
| Device driver for TC-11/TU56 DECtape
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| DUNGEON
 
| DUNGEON
| The original Dungeon adventure game, a development prototype of the game ZORK(tm), which is
+
| The original Dungeon adventure game, a development prototype of the game ZORK(tm), which is available commercially from Infocom, Inc, on most personal computers.
available commercially from Infocom, Inc, on most personal computers.
+
|
 +
|
 
| Tim Anderson, Marc Blank, Bruce Daniels, and Dave Lebling
 
| Tim Anderson, Marc Blank, Bruce Daniels, and Dave Lebling
 
|  
 
|  
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| DW_NEWMAIL
 
| DW_NEWMAIL
 
| DECwindows program which monitors new-mail count and pops up a window when it is non-zero.
 
| DECwindows program which monitors new-mail count and pops up a window when it is non-zero.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| DWAUTH, DECWindows Authorize Utility
 
| DWAUTH, DECWindows Authorize Utility
 
| Performs many of the common functions available in the standard AUTHORIZE utility, except a Motif interface, on most OpenVMS VAX Version 5 and all OpenVMS VAX and AXP version 6 systems.
 
| Performs many of the common functions available in the standard AUTHORIZE utility, except a Motif interface, on most OpenVMS VAX Version 5 and all OpenVMS VAX and AXP version 6 systems.
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| DWREMTERM
 
| DWREMTERM
 
| A command procedure designed to allow users flexability in using DECwindows across a large number of machines connected together by a  Local Area Network. It allows users to create LAT or DECnet windows locally or to create remote DECwindow sessions. The decwindows commands RDT, RFV and RDW are actually network process's and therefore do not count as an interactive login.
 
| A command procedure designed to allow users flexability in using DECwindows across a large number of machines connected together by a  Local Area Network. It allows users to create LAT or DECnet windows locally or to create remote DECwindow sessions. The decwindows commands RDT, RFV and RDW are actually network process's and therefore do not count as an interactive login.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| GNU EMACS
 
| GNU EMACS
 
| GNU EMACS text editor built with OpenVMS/VAX V6.1 with VAX C V3.2, DECwindows V1.2 OpenVMS/AXP V6.1 with DEC C T1.4, DECwindows V1.2
 
| GNU EMACS text editor built with OpenVMS/VAX V6.1 with VAX C V3.2, DECwindows V1.2 OpenVMS/AXP V6.1 with DEC C T1.4, DECwindows V1.2
19.22 appeared in V20
+
| C
19.28 appeared in V30
+
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
| 10, 20, 40, 50, 60, 70, [https://www.digiater.nl/openvms/freeware/v80/emacs/ 80]
+
| 10, 20 (19.22), 30 (19.28) 40, 50, 60, 70, [https://www.digiater.nl/openvms/freeware/v80/emacs/ 80]
 
|-
 
|-
 
| ed
 
| ed
 
| An EDT-lookalike editor for multiple platforms (VMS, UNIX, DOS)
 
| An EDT-lookalike editor for multiple platforms (VMS, UNIX, DOS)
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Rush Record, Charles Sandmann  
 
| Rush Record, Charles Sandmann  
 
| 1992
 
| 1992
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| EMON
 
| EMON
 
| An Ethernet sniffer that allows tracing and user-defined filtering and analysis of Ethernet frames.
 
| An Ethernet sniffer that allows tracing and user-defined filtering and analysis of Ethernet frames.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| EMU
 
| EMU
 
| Fully automated Network Documentation and Monitoring tool, with sources, help files and full documentation provided.
 
| Fully automated Network Documentation and Monitoring tool, with sources, help files and full documentation provided.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| EPM
 
| EPM
 
| Collect and display disk I/O statistics
 
| Collect and display disk I/O statistics
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Written by Ed Heinrich, port to Alpha and bug fixes by Hunter Goatley
 
| Written by Ed Heinrich, port to Alpha and bug fixes by Hunter Goatley
 
|  
 
|  
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| epyt
 
| epyt
 
| Backwards TYPE/PAGE (starts at the end of a file)
 
| Backwards TYPE/PAGE (starts at the end of a file)
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Charles van den Ouweland  
 
| Charles van den Ouweland  
 
|
 
|
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| ESET
 
| ESET
 
| Set various attributes of a process that standard DCL SET command does not
 
| Set various attributes of a process that standard DCL SET command does not
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Ian Miller
 
| Ian Miller
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| ETAPE
 
| ETAPE
| ETAPE is a general-purpose program for handling EBCDIC, ASCII, and Honeywell GCOS BCD tapes. It allows the user to move around at will within the tape, send output to different files, specify different blocksizes and record lengths for different files on the tape, and combine multiple tape files into a single output file.
+
| ETAPE is a general-purpose program for handling EBCDIC, ASCII, and Honeywell GCOS BCD tapes. It allows the user to move around at will within the tape, send output to different files, specify different blocksizes and record lengths for different files on the tape, and combine multiple tape files into a single output file. Special translation can be performed on tapes which have embedded packed decimal, floating-point, or binary fields. The capability of writing EBCDIC or ASCII tapes from VMS ASCII files is also included.  EBCDIC tapes can be written in FB of VB mode, and may span several reels if necessary.
Special translation can be performed on tapes which have embedded packed decimal, floating-point, or binary fields. The capability of writing EBCDIC or ASCII tapes from VMS ASCII files is also included.  EBCDIC tapes can be written in FB of VB mode, and may span several reels if necessary.
+
|
 +
|
 
| Dale Miller
 
| Dale Miller
 
|  
 
|  
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| ETHERMON
 
| ETHERMON
 
| Ethernet line activity monitor
 
| Ethernet line activity monitor
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Andrew Pavlin
 
| Andrew Pavlin
 
| 1992
 
| 1992
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|-
 
|-
 
| EWS
 
| EWS
| The VAXELN Window Server (EWS) package provides a way to use a VAX
+
| The VAXELN Window Server (EWS) package provides a way to use a VAX workstation as an X Windows terminal. EWS is a collection of software components that are used to set up a network environment in which an OpenVMS host system provides DECwindows services for specific X Windows client terminals - these EWS client systems bootstrap and run the (included) EWS client software.
  workstations as an X Windows terminal. EWS is a collection of software components that are used to set up a network environment in which an OpenVMS host system provides DECwindows services for specific X Windows client terminals - these EWS client systems bootstrap and run the (included) EWS client software.
+
|
 +
| [[VAX]]
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| EXECSYMB
 
| EXECSYMB
| EXECSYMB is a VMS server symbiont that feeds queue entry information to detached processes that are designed to execute specific operations (hence the
+
| EXECSYMB is a VMS server symbiont that feeds queue entry information to detached processes that are designed to execute specific operations (hence the name, Executive Symbiont).  It is multi-threaded (it can handle up to 32 queues at the same time); it requires one detached process and one mailbox for each queue, plus one mailbox for status information and one for detecting process exit status for each copy of EXECSYMB (i.e. one per 32 queues). EXECSYMB can be used to implement a wide variety of VMS queue-based operations.  Among its present applications are:
name, Executive Symbiont).  It is multi-threaded (it can handle up to 32 queues at the same time); it requires one detached process and one mailbox for each queue, plus one mailbox for status information and one for detecting process exit status for each copy of EXECSYMB (i.e. one per 32 queues). EXECSYMB can be used to implement a wide variety of VMS queue-based operations.  Among its present applications are:
 
 
* Remote queuing of print jobs (and limited remote queuing of batch jobs)
 
* Remote queuing of print jobs (and limited remote queuing of batch jobs)
 
* Pre-processing and post-processing of jobs destined for other server symbionts (e.g. performing MFENET gateway operations on files queued to MFENET inbound-file symbionts)
 
* Pre-processing and post-processing of jobs destined for other server symbionts (e.g. performing MFENET gateway operations on files queued to MFENET inbound-file symbionts)
 
* Queued file transfer for DECnet and other networks
 
* Queued file transfer for DECnet and other networks
 +
|
 +
|
 
| John Osudar, maintained by Bruce R. Miller
 
| John Osudar, maintained by Bruce R. Miller
 
| 1988
 
| 1988
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| FASTBACK
 
| FASTBACK
 
| This package allows use of VMS Backup BACKUP/PHYSICAL by giving a means to present a back/phys image as a disk to the system. Thus you can use back/phys, which is about twice as fast as regular backup, but still access saved data as individual files.
 
| This package allows use of VMS Backup BACKUP/PHYSICAL by giving a means to present a back/phys image as a disk to the system. Thus you can use back/phys, which is about twice as fast as regular backup, but still access saved data as individual files.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Glenn C. Everhart
 
| Glenn C. Everhart
 
|  
 
|  
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| FASTLOGIN
 
| FASTLOGIN
 
| FastLogin allows registered trusted remote users to log into the system without having to supply a username or a password. Inside a VMScluster, all users may be implicitely authorized to log into any other node of the same VMScluster using the same username without having to supply their password.
 
| FastLogin allows registered trusted remote users to log into the system without having to supply a username or a password. Inside a VMScluster, all users may be implicitely authorized to log into any other node of the same VMScluster using the same username without having to supply their password.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Thierry Lelegard
 
| Thierry Lelegard
 
|
 
|
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| FGREP
 
| FGREP
 
| Fast search utility
 
| Fast search utility
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| FILES_INFO
 
| FILES_INFO
 
| FILES_INFO accepts a filename on the DCL command line and displays all the processes that have the file open for reading/writing.
 
| FILES_INFO accepts a filename on the DCL command line and displays all the processes that have the file open for reading/writing.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Edward Heinrich, Hunter Goatley
 
| Edward Heinrich, Hunter Goatley
 
| 1994
 
| 1994
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|-
 
|-
 
| FIND
 
| FIND
| FIND/REPLACE is a close relative of the UnI*x tool grep, with  
+
| FIND/REPLACE is a close relative of the UnI*x tool grep, with the option to replace the targets found, and with the command line syntax of the OpenVMS SEARCH tool. With the exception of the absence of /MATCH=AND and /MATCH=OR, the interface is compatible with SEARCH. The tool supports both LSEDIT and POSIX regular expressions.
the option to replace the targets found, and with the command line syntax of the OpenVMS SEARCH tool. With the exception of the absence of /MATCH=AND and /MATCH=OR, the interface is compatible with SEARCH.
+
|
The tool supports both LSEDIT and POSIX regular expressions.
+
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| FIND, Enhanced Search Tool for OpenVMS
 
| FIND, Enhanced Search Tool for OpenVMS
| This tool provides searching capabilities beyond those of the  
+
| This tool provides searching capabilities beyond those of the standard DCL command SEARCH.
standard DCL command SEARCH.
+
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|
 
|
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| FINDLOCKS
 
| FINDLOCKS
 
| This program scans the Distributed Lock Manager searching for RMS record locks. For each lock found it displays the process ID, and name, the user name, terminal name and the name of the image being executed. It also displays the name of the file being locked, the VBN and ID of the locked record and the first 50 bytes of the record. If the file is indexed, all the keys are displayed. Unprintable characters within displayed data are output as dots.
 
| This program scans the Distributed Lock Manager searching for RMS record locks. For each lock found it displays the process ID, and name, the user name, terminal name and the name of the image being executed. It also displays the name of the file being locked, the VBN and ID of the locked record and the first 50 bytes of the record. If the file is indexed, all the keys are displayed. Unprintable characters within displayed data are output as dots.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| FINGER
 
| FINGER
 
| A user-information query service that displays information about the users in passwd file. The finger command displays user information only if the specified host has a fingerd server running or inetd is configured to start fingerd.  
 
| A user-information query service that displays information about the users in passwd file. The finger command displays user information only if the specified host has a fingerd server running or inetd is configured to start fingerd.  
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| FIXQUE
 
| FIXQUE
| The FIXQUE utility attempts to rebuild a new OpenVMS queue database  
+
| The FIXQUE utility attempts to rebuild a new OpenVMS queue database using the entire contents of an existing (and partially corrupted) OpenVMS queue database.  
using the entire contents of an existing (and partially corrupted)  
+
|
OpenVMS queue database.
+
|
 
|
 
|
 
|  
 
|  
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| FIXUP_IMAGE
 
| FIXUP_IMAGE
 
| FIXUP_IMAGE can edit the shareable image information in an executable image file. In some cases, it can also remove extraneous references to shareables that do not exist on the current system.
 
| FIXUP_IMAGE can edit the shareable image information in an executable image file. In some cases, it can also remove extraneous references to shareables that do not exist on the current system.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Applied Synergy, Inc.
 
| Applied Synergy, Inc.
 
| 2001
 
| 2001
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| FLECS
 
| FLECS
 
| FLECS is a FORTRAN-to-FORTRAN translator which adds some additional "structured programming" control constructs to FORTRAN.  Largely obsolete since Fortran-77, but many applications written in FLECS still exist.
 
| FLECS is a FORTRAN-to-FORTRAN translator which adds some additional "structured programming" control constructs to FORTRAN.  Largely obsolete since Fortran-77, but many applications written in FLECS still exist.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Terry Beyer
 
| Terry Beyer
 
| early 70s
 
| early 70s
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| FLEX
 
| FLEX
 
| GNU "fast" (or "flexible") lexical analyzer generator
 
| GNU "fast" (or "flexible") lexical analyzer generator
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Sheldon Bishov
 
| Sheldon Bishov
 
| 1995
 
| 1995
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| FLIGHT
 
| FLIGHT
 
| Real-time multi-user flight simulator
 
| Real-time multi-user flight simulator
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| FLIST
 
| FLIST
 
| FLIST is a file and directory manager for VMS that lets you view, delete, rename, etc., files and includes support for tagging groups of files for deletion, renaming, etc.
 
| FLIST is a file and directory manager for VMS that lets you view, delete, rename, etc., files and includes support for tagging groups of files for deletion, renaming, etc.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Thomas E. Dickey
 
| Thomas E. Dickey
 
|
 
|
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| FLY8-102
 
| FLY8-102
 
| Flight Simulator under X window
 
| Flight Simulator under X window
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Eyal Lebedinsky  
 
| Eyal Lebedinsky  
 
|  
 
|  
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| FLYING618
 
| FLYING618
 
| Pool/snooker/carrom/hockey/curling simulator for Motif
 
| Pool/snooker/carrom/hockey/curling simulator for Motif
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Helmut Hoenig
 
| Helmut Hoenig
 
|
 
|
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| FRACTMOUNT
 
| FRACTMOUNT
 
| Fractal mountains in 3D for Motif
 
| Fractal mountains in 3D for Motif
 +
|
 +
|
 
| brownian motion
 
| brownian motion
 
|  
 
|  
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| FRAG_ANALYSIS
 
| FRAG_ANALYSIS
 
| Fragmentation Cost Analysis and Fragmentation analysis utility
 
| Fragmentation Cost Analysis and Fragmentation analysis utility
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Executive Software
 
| Executive Software
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| FRAGAVOID
 
| FRAGAVOID
| This utility actively prevents most disk fragmentation from occurring, so that disks run less fragmented, and usually considerably faster.  
+
| This utility actively prevents most disk fragmentation from occurring, so that disks run less fragmented, and usually considerably faster. Released by Acorn and GCE for the freeware CD or other general consumption.
Released by Acorn and GCE for the freeware CD or other general consumption.
+
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| FRAGMENT
 
| FRAGMENT
 
| Display the fragmentation of the free space on a disk
 
| Display the fragmentation of the free space on a disk
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Originally came from Digital's DSIN (Digital Software Information Network), maintenance and updates by Hunter Goatley
 
| Originally came from Digital's DSIN (Digital Software Information Network), maintenance and updates by Hunter Goatley
 
| 1987
 
| 1987
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| FREE
 
| FREE
 
| A utility to display summaries for mounted disks showing the number of blocks in use, the number of free blocks, and the total number of blocks per disk.
 
| A utility to display summaries for mounted disks showing the number of blocks in use, the number of free blocks, and the total number of blocks per disk.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
| 2000
 
| 2000
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| FREETYPE
 
| FREETYPE
 
| FREETYPE Library to render truetype fonts for OpenVMS
 
| FREETYPE Library to render truetype fonts for OpenVMS
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| FRONTPORT
 
| FRONTPORT
 
| The FRONTPORT library is a shared image that consists of enhancements to the DEC C RTL to allow easier migration of programs writen for the UNIX or LINUX operating systems. It converts UNIX style file names into Pathwork's style file names for ODS-2 volumes. It is useful for programs that need fcntl() locking support or for programs that need to have crypt() return a password hash for a VMS username. This library was developed to allow the building of SAMBA for OpenVMS with as few patches to the source as possible.
 
| The FRONTPORT library is a shared image that consists of enhancements to the DEC C RTL to allow easier migration of programs writen for the UNIX or LINUX operating systems. It converts UNIX style file names into Pathwork's style file names for ODS-2 volumes. It is useful for programs that need fcntl() locking support or for programs that need to have crypt() return a password hash for a VMS username. This library was developed to allow the building of SAMBA for OpenVMS with as few patches to the source as possible.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|  
 
|  
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| FSHELP
 
| FSHELP
 
| A full-screen Help utility. Displays .HLB, .OLB, .TLB, .MLB files
 
| A full-screen Help utility. Displays .HLB, .OLB, .TLB, .MLB files
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Fekko Stubbe
 
| Fekko Stubbe
 
|
 
|
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| FSTERR
 
| FSTERR
 
| FSTerr is a tool that assists service engineers in troubleshooting  failures in disk and tape drives connected to OpenVMS systems.
 
| FSTerr is a tool that assists service engineers in troubleshooting  failures in disk and tape drives connected to OpenVMS systems.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| ftp_mirror
 
| ftp_mirror
 
| A DCL procedure to mirror an FTP site on VMS
 
| A DCL procedure to mirror an FTP site on VMS
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Dan Wing, MadGoat Software, Richard Levitte, Dick Munroe, Dr. Martin P.J. Zinser, Hunter Goatley
 
| Dan Wing, MadGoat Software, Richard Levitte, Dick Munroe, Dr. Martin P.J. Zinser, Hunter Goatley
 
| 1994
 
| 1994
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|-
 
|-
 
| FTSO
 
| FTSO
|This is the FTSO File Transfer environment for OpenVMS VAX and
+
|This is the FTSO File Transfer environment for OpenVMS VAX and OpenVMS Alpha. This tool allows FTP transfers to be stopped and restarted across network interruptions, among many other
OpenVMS Alpha. This tool allows FTP transfers to be stopped
 
and restarted across network interruptions, among many other
 
 
features.
 
features.
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| FTSV
 
| FTSV
| This is the FTSV File Transfer environment for OpenVMS VAX and
+
| This is the FTSV File Transfer environment for OpenVMS VAX and OpenVMS Alpha.  This tool allows DECnet transfers to be stopped and restarted across network interruptions, among many other features.
OpenVMS Alpha.  This tool allows DECnet transfers to be stopped
+
|
and restarted across network interruptions, among many other
+
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
features.
 
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| GAWK
 
| GAWK
 
| GNU AWK for VMS
 
| GNU AWK for VMS
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Sheldon Bishov
 
| Sheldon Bishov
 
| 1995
 
| 1995
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| GAWK_DOC
 
| GAWK_DOC
 
| GNU AWK V3.0.3 documentation in PostScript, .DVI, and intermediate files
 
| GNU AWK V3.0.3 documentation in PostScript, .DVI, and intermediate files
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| GBLSEC$SDA
 
| GBLSEC$SDA
| GBLSEC$SDA is a SDA extension (using the API first documented for VMS V7.2)  
+
| GBLSEC$SDA is a SDA extension (using the API first documented for VMS V7.2) which displays information about a global section including the name of the file associated with it and the processes mapped to it. GBLSEC$SDA can be used to look at a crash dump or at a running system.
which displays information about a global section including the name of the
+
|
file associated with it and the processes mapped to it. GBLSEC$SDA can be used to look at a crash dump or at a running system.
+
|
 
|
 
|
 
|  
 
|  
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| GCML  
 
| GCML  
 
| A command-line routine, similiar to LIB$GET_COMMAND but with additional capabilities
 
| A command-line routine, similiar to LIB$GET_COMMAND but with additional capabilities
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| GD
 
| GD
 
| Library to create graphs from programs
 
| Library to create graphs from programs
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|
 
|
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| GDCHART
 
| GDCHART
 
| GDCHART for OpenVMS
 
| GDCHART for OpenVMS
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| GET_CALLER
 
| GET_CALLER
 
| Looks up the file specs of the active DCL procedures: itself, its caller, its caller's caller, and so on. Can either display this, or put it into symbols (if P1 or P2 begins with S). Can suppress itself (if P1 is true).
 
| Looks up the file specs of the active DCL procedures: itself, its caller, its caller's caller, and so on. Can either display this, or put it into symbols (if P1 or P2 begins with S). Can suppress itself (if P1 is true).
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| GETCMD  
 
| GETCMD  
 
| GETCMD displays the DCL command [[RECALL|recall buffer]] for any interactive process on the system. Unlike DCL's [[RECALL]] command, GETCMD will display all of the commands stored in the buffer, not just the most recent 20 or 255.
 
| GETCMD displays the DCL command [[RECALL|recall buffer]] for any interactive process on the system. Unlike DCL's [[RECALL]] command, GETCMD will display all of the commands stored in the buffer, not just the most recent 20 or 255.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| GETLKI
 
| GETLKI
 
| This is a midnight hack to display information retrieved from [[$GETLKI|SYS$GETLKI]]. It is abysmal code, but it provides an interesting look at the way locks are being used on your system. Eventually this will become a better program, it is really only an "alpha" test program at this point. While looking through the results of this program, you will want to look at the Appendix in Volume 2 of the Update Express version of the Internals and Data Structures Manual.
 
| This is a midnight hack to display information retrieved from [[$GETLKI|SYS$GETLKI]]. It is abysmal code, but it provides an interesting look at the way locks are being used on your system. Eventually this will become a better program, it is really only an "alpha" test program at this point. While looking through the results of this program, you will want to look at the Appendix in Volume 2 of the Update Express version of the Internals and Data Structures Manual.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| GETUAI
 
| GETUAI
 
| Extracts [[User record|SYSUAF information]] into DCL [[Symbol|symbols]].
 
| Extracts [[User record|SYSUAF information]] into DCL [[Symbol|symbols]].
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Nick Metrowsky
 
| Nick Metrowsky
 
|
 
|
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| ghostscript
 
| ghostscript
 
| Postscript interpreter for VMS
 
| Postscript interpreter for VMS
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| GHOSTVIEW
 
| GHOSTVIEW
 
| GV allows to view and navigate through PostScript and PDF documents on an X display by providing a user interface for the ghostscript interpreter (needs GhostScript).
 
| GV allows to view and navigate through PostScript and PDF documents on an X display by providing a user interface for the ghostscript interpreter (needs GhostScript).
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Tim Theisen
 
| Tim Theisen
 
| 1997
 
| 1997
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| GIFMAP
 
| GIFMAP
 
| Gifmap provides a means of easily putting image collections on the Web. It recurses through directory trees, building HTML pages and imagemap (GIF or JPEG) files to allow the user to navigate through collections of thumbnail images (somewhat similar to 'xv') and select the images to view with a mouse click. ImageMagick is needed to run it.
 
| Gifmap provides a means of easily putting image collections on the Web. It recurses through directory trees, building HTML pages and imagemap (GIF or JPEG) files to allow the user to navigate through collections of thumbnail images (somewhat similar to 'xv') and select the images to view with a mouse click. ImageMagick is needed to run it.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Bob Friesenhahn
 
| Bob Friesenhahn
 
| 1998
 
| 1998
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| GLOB
 
| GLOB
 
| A utility to read symbols from .OBJ and .STB files and turn them into source files for various languages.
 
| A utility to read symbols from .OBJ and .STB files and turn them into source files for various languages.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| GLOGIN
 
| GLOGIN
 
|  Glogin is a systems management tool that allows a privileged user to login to another account without knowing the password on that account.  By logging in to the other account the privileged user inherits the other user's complete environment, (privileges, logical names, dcl symbols, process quotas etc.).
 
|  Glogin is a systems management tool that allows a privileged user to login to another account without knowing the password on that account.  By logging in to the other account the privileged user inherits the other user's complete environment, (privileges, logical names, dcl symbols, process quotas etc.).
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Tony McCracken
 
| Tony McCracken
 
|  
 
|  
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| GMAKE
 
| GMAKE
 
| GNU make for POSIX for OpenVMS
 
| GNU make for POSIX for OpenVMS
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| GNM, Common source tool for messages and documentation
 
| GNM, Common source tool for messages and documentation
 
| The GNM tools allow you to have a common source file for both an OpenVMS message file and for DECdocument SDML documentation.
 
| The GNM tools allow you to have a common source file for both an OpenVMS message file and for DECdocument SDML documentation.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| GNUDIFFUTILS
 
| GNUDIFFUTILS
 
| Unix-style file comparison utilities
 
| Unix-style file comparison utilities
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Craig A. Berry, Charles Lane, Martin Vorlander
 
| Craig A. Berry, Charles Lane, Martin Vorlander
 
| 2001
 
| 2001
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| GNU-ISPELL
 
| GNU-ISPELL
 
| GNU ispell spelling tool V4.0
 
| GNU ispell spelling tool V4.0
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]]
 
| Ported to VMS VAX by Roland Roberts
 
| Ported to VMS VAX by Roland Roberts
 
| 1993
 
| 1993
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| GNU MAKE
 
| GNU MAKE
 
| GNU Make provides the ability to selectively build part or all of an OpenVMS application, based on analysis of the source files and comparision with a user-created source code module dependency (makefile) module.
 
| GNU Make provides the ability to selectively build part or all of an OpenVMS application, based on analysis of the source files and comparision with a user-created source code module dependency (makefile) module.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| GOPHER
 
| GOPHER
 
| Gopher Client & Server for OpenVMS
 
| Gopher Client & Server for OpenVMS
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| GSPLIT
 
| GSPLIT
 
| A  file splitter for floppy disk transfers. Splits long files into segments that fit on floppy disks. Creates an optional DOS batch joiner file to reassemble segments into original file
 
| A  file splitter for floppy disk transfers. Splits long files into segments that fit on floppy disks. Creates an optional DOS batch joiner file to reassemble segments into original file
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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* Incremental processing using /CONTEXT and /LIMIT
 
* Incremental processing using /CONTEXT and /LIMIT
 
* Scripting support using /SAVE to save information in DCL symbols
 
* Scripting support using /SAVE to save information in DCL symbols
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Graham Burley
 
| Graham Burley
 
| 2002
 
| 2002
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| GREP
 
| GREP
 
| Utility to search for regular expressions
 
| Utility to search for regular expressions
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| GTK, GUI Toolkit for OpenVMS for Alpha
 
| GTK, GUI Toolkit for OpenVMS for Alpha
 
| GTK+ is a multi-platform free software GUI Toolkit, primarily designed for the X Window System. GTK+ is licensed under the GNU LGPL.
 
| GTK+ is a multi-platform free software GUI Toolkit, primarily designed for the X Window System. GTK+ is licensed under the GNU LGPL.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| gtm
 
| gtm
 
| Port of the GT.M database and tools for OpenVMS (MUMPS)
 
| Port of the GT.M database and tools for OpenVMS (MUMPS)
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| GUESS_PASS
 
| GUESS_PASS
 
| This tool was developed to get users passwords.  This is to help determine security issues releating to passwords.  I use this program to verify that new users don't use "simple" passwords.
 
| This tool was developed to get users passwords.  This is to help determine security issues releating to passwords.  I use this program to verify that new users don't use "simple" passwords.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| GZIP
 
| GZIP
 
| GNU Zip application for compressing and decompressing files
 
| GNU Zip application for compressing and decompressing files
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Free Software Foundation, Paul Repacholi, Hunter Goatley
 
| Free Software Foundation, Paul Repacholi, Hunter Goatley
 
|
 
|
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| headers
 
| headers
 
| Header files used by Joe Meadows' C Code. This contains various headers used by the utilities. These files were all made with UNSDL, so if you have UNSDL, you don't really need this. Note that the other utilities look  for these header files via the logical name UTIL$HEADER.
 
| Header files used by Joe Meadows' C Code. This contains various headers used by the utilities. These files were all made with UNSDL, so if you have UNSDL, you don't really need this. Note that the other utilities look  for these header files via the logical name UTIL$HEADER.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| help$routine
 
| help$routine
 
| Fortran API for Help Library Access written to facilitate the usage of standard VMS help libraries by regular programs.
 
| Fortran API for Help Library Access written to facilitate the usage of standard VMS help libraries by regular programs.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| John Stevens-Schlick  
 
| John Stevens-Schlick  
 
|  
 
|  
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| HEXCALC
 
| HEXCALC
 
| Multi-Radix Calculator
 
| Multi-Radix Calculator
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| HEXIFY
 
| HEXIFY
 
| Two utilities to convert to or from HEX. CKVHEX is a Macro-32 program to convert any VMS file into a printable ASCII "hex" file, suitable for transfer as a text file by Kermit, electronic mail, or other means.  CKVDEH will convert a hex file created by CKVHEX back into its original form, with all FILES-11 attributes intact.
 
| Two utilities to convert to or from HEX. CKVHEX is a Macro-32 program to convert any VMS file into a printable ASCII "hex" file, suitable for transfer as a text file by Kermit, electronic mail, or other means.  CKVDEH will convert a hex file created by CKVHEX back into its original form, with all FILES-11 attributes intact.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Stuart Hecht, later versions by Eric McQueen
 
| Stuart Hecht, later versions by Eric McQueen
 
|  
 
|  
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| hindex
 
| hindex
 
| Search an OpenVMS HELP library for keywords
 
| Search an OpenVMS HELP library for keywords
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Michael D. Duffy
 
| Michael D. Duffy
 
| 2003
 
| 2003
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|-
 
|-
 
| hoffman_examples
 
| hoffman_examples
| A subset of a larger collection of example files (from various sources)
+
| A subset of a larger collection of example files (from various sources) can be found here, with a few code examples culled from comp.os.vms newsgroup traffic over the years.
can be found here, with a few code examples culled from comp.os.vms newsgroup traffic over the years.
+
|
 +
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| HOTJOT
 
| HOTJOT
 
| HOTJOT is a Motif desktop note jotting utility which allows you to create multiple jot windows.
 
| HOTJOT is a Motif desktop note jotting utility which allows you to create multiple jot windows.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Patrick Meyer
 
| Patrick Meyer
 
| 1995
 
| 1995
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| hplaser
 
| hplaser
 
| VMS print symbiont for HP LaserJet printers
 
| VMS print symbiont for HP LaserJet printers
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Nick de Smith
 
| Nick de Smith
 
|  
 
|  
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| hpwd
 
| hpwd
 
| Portable C source code for VMS password hashing algorithms
 
| Portable C source code for VMS password hashing algorithms
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Written by Shawn Clifford, packaged by Hunter Goatley   
 
| Written by Shawn Clifford, packaged by Hunter Goatley   
 
|  
 
|  
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| HTML
 
| HTML
 
| Beginner's Guide to HTML
 
| Beginner's Guide to HTML
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| HFRD Hypertext Services
 
| HFRD Hypertext Services
| The "HFRD VMS Hypertext Services" package is a GNU General Public Licensed collection of World Wide Web oriented software for supporting hypertext within a VMS environment. It includes a basic, multi-threaded HTTP server, for both AXP and VAX platforms, and DEC TCP/IP Services and TGV Multinet IP networking. It features integrated pre-processed HTML (Server Side Includes) and image-mapping, and a versatile VMS directory listing capability.  It includes CGI applications providing extensive access to VMS oriented information, including  
+
| The "HFRD VMS Hypertext Services" package is a GNU General Public Licensed collection of World Wide Web oriented software for supporting hypertext within a VMS environment. It includes a basic, multi-threaded HTTP server, for both AXP and VAX platforms, and DEC TCP/IP Services and TGV Multinet IP networking. It features integrated pre-processed HTML (Server Side Includes) and image-mapping, and a versatile VMS directory listing capability.  It includes CGI applications providing extensive access to VMS oriented information, including HELP and TEXT libraries, and to Bookreader-format shelves and books.
HELP and TEXT libraries, and to Bookreader-format shelves and books.  
+
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| HGLOGIN (Hunter's Login)
 
| HGLOGIN (Hunter's Login)
 
| Log in to another account without a password. HGLOGIN is a rewrite and enhancement of the GLOGIN utility written by Anthony C. McCracken, Northern Arizona University, in 1992.
 
| Log in to another account without a password. HGLOGIN is a rewrite and enhancement of the GLOGIN utility written by Anthony C. McCracken, Northern Arizona University, in 1992.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
| 1997
 
| 1997
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| HGSD, a SET DEFAULT replacement
 
| HGSD, a SET DEFAULT replacement
 
| This is my version of SD, a SET DEFAULT replacement based on an old DECUS submission by Alan Zirkle. This version implements a stack of the last 16 directories visited, as well as short-cuts for specifying directory specs.
 
| This is my version of SD, a SET DEFAULT replacement based on an old DECUS submission by Alan Zirkle. This version implements a stack of the last 16 directories visited, as well as short-cuts for specifying directory specs.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
| 1997
 
| 1997
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|-
 
|-
 
| HTDIG
 
| HTDIG
| The ht://Dig system is a complete world wide web indexing and
+
| The ht://Dig system is a complete world wide web indexing and searching system for a small domain or intranet. This system is *not* meant to replace the need for powerful internet-wide search systems like Lycos, Infoseek, Webcrawler and AltaVista. Instead it is meant to cover the search needs for a single company, campus, or even a particular sub section of a web site. As opposed to some WAIS or web server based search engines, ht://Dig can span several web servers at a site. The type of these different web servers doesn't matter as long as they understand the HTTP 1.0 protocol.
searching system for a small domain or intranet. This system is *not* meant to replace the need for powerful internet-wide search systems like Lycos, Infoseek, Webcrawler and AltaVista. Instead it is meant to cover the search needs for a single company, campus, or even a particular sub section of a web site. As opposed to some WAIS or web server based search engines, ht://Dig can span several web servers at a site. The type of these different web servers doesn't matter as long as they understand the HTTP 1.0 protocol.
+
|
 +
|
 
| Martin Vorlaender
 
| Martin Vorlaender
 
| 2003
 
| 2003
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|-
 
|-
 
| httpd_wasd, VMS HTTP Server and CGI applications
 
| httpd_wasd, VMS HTTP Server and CGI applications
| The "WASD VMS Hypertext Services" package is a collection of World Wide Web oriented software for supporting hypertext within a VMS environment. Provides a multi-threaded HTTP server, under VMS V6.n, 7.1 (and probably 7.2) Alpha and VAX platforms, and DEC TCP/IP Services and MadGoat NETLIB IP networking support. It features integrated pre-processed HTML (Server Side Includes) and image-mapping, and a versatile VMS directory listing capability.  
+
| The "WASD VMS Hypertext Services" package is a collection of World Wide Web oriented software for supporting hypertext within a VMS environment. Provides a multi-threaded HTTP server, under VMS V6.n, 7.1 (and probably 7.2) Alpha and VAX platforms, and DEC TCP/IP Services and MadGoat NETLIB IP networking support. It features integrated pre-processed HTML (Server Side Includes) and image-mapping, and a versatile VMS directory listing capability. Includes CGI applications providing extensive access to VMS oriented information, including HELP and TEXT libraries, and Bookreader documentation.
Includes CGI applications providing extensive access to VMS oriented information, including HELP and TEXT libraries, and Bookreader documentation.
+
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Mark Daniel
 
| Mark Daniel
 
| 1998
 
| 1998
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| http_server
 
| http_server
 
| A DECthreads-based HTTP Web Server
 
| A DECthreads-based HTTP Web Server
 +
|
 +
|
 
| David L. Jones
 
| David L. Jones
 
|  
 
|  
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| HyperDIG
 
| HyperDIG
 
| HyperDiG is an extension of base DiG - domain internet grouper. In addition to original DiG it can work as a CGI script and generate HTML output for the WWW browser. So it's a kind of DNS-to-WWW gateway.
 
| HyperDiG is an extension of base DiG - domain internet grouper. In addition to original DiG it can work as a CGI script and generate HTML output for the WWW browser. So it's a kind of DNS-to-WWW gateway.
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|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| icalc
 
| icalc
 
| An infix calculator for OpenVMS, UN*X, and DOS
 
| An infix calculator for OpenVMS, UN*X, and DOS
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Written by Rao Akella, modified by Hunter Goatley and David Mathog for VMS. Also modified by Jerome Lauret
 
| Written by Rao Akella, modified by Hunter Goatley and David Mathog for VMS. Also modified by Jerome Lauret
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| icalcv
 
| icalcv
| a Portable Infix Calculator with bugfixes
+
| a Portable Infix Calculator with bugfixes. I have found and corrected the "MATH$TRUNC_G multiply defined" error during linking, and corrected some other warnings from the C comiler (but not one bad subscript array warning, due the the code being somewhat 'peculiar': however, the program does appear to run correctly). I have also supplied a version of G05CAF in "C", so you don't need a FORTRAN compiler.  The program appears to run correctly (and identically) on Alpha and IA64: I haven't tried this version on VAX, or on any other operating system.
I have found and corrected the "MATH$TRUNC_G multiply defined" error during linking, and corrected some other warnings from the C comiler (but not one bad subscript array warning, due the the code being somewhat 'peculiar': however, the program does appear to run correctly). I have also supplied a version of G05CAF in "C", so you don't need a FORTRAN compiler.  The program appears to run correctly (and identically) on Alpha and IA64: I haven't tried this version on VAX, or on any other operating system.
+
| C
 +
| [[Alpha]], [[Integrity]]
 
| Written by Rao Akella, modified by Hunter Goatley and David Mathog for VMS. Also modified by Jerome Lauret. Bugfizes by Bart Z. Lederman  
 
| Written by Rao Akella, modified by Hunter Goatley and David Mathog for VMS. Also modified by Jerome Lauret. Bugfizes by Bart Z. Lederman  
 
|  
 
|  
 
| [https://www.digiater.nl/openvms/freeware/v80/icalcv/ 80]
 
| [https://www.digiater.nl/openvms/freeware/v80/icalcv/ 80]
 
|-
 
|-
 
 
| ICO
 
| ICO
 
| A Rotating Icosahedron Demo
 
| A Rotating Icosahedron Demo
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| IDEZR
 
| IDEZR
 
| Remote Virtual Disk
 
| Remote Virtual Disk
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| INDENT
 
| INDENT
 
| This is an OpenVMS port of GNU Indent 2.2.6, a program which allows you to reorganize the appearance and indentation of C source code.  
 
| This is an OpenVMS port of GNU Indent 2.2.6, a program which allows you to reorganize the appearance and indentation of C source code.  
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|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| IMAGEMAGICK
 
| IMAGEMAGICK
| An X11 package for display and interactive manipulation of images. The package includes tools for image conversion, annotation, compositing, animation, and creating montages.  ImageMagick can read and write many of the more popular image formats (e.g. JPEG,
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| An X11 package for display and interactive manipulation of images. The package includes tools for image conversion, annotation, compositing, animation, and creating montages.  ImageMagick can read and write many of the more popular image formats (e.g. JPEG,TIFF, PNM, XPM, etc.).
TIFF, PNM, XPM, etc.).
+
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| imagetree
 
| imagetree
 
| Command procedure to display the shareable image dependence tree for and executable or shareable image. Works against VAX and Alpha images, also works on Alpha VESTed images.
 
| Command procedure to display the shareable image dependence tree for and executable or shareable image. Works against VAX and Alpha images, also works on Alpha VESTed images.
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|
 +
|
 
| John Gillings
 
| John Gillings
 
| 1994
 
| 1994
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| IMAKE
 
| IMAKE
 
| Makefile generator built on an OpenVMS VAX 5.5-2 system with VAXC
 
| Makefile generator built on an OpenVMS VAX 5.5-2 system with VAXC
 +
| C
 +
| [[VAX]]
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| imgid
 
| imgid
 
| Display image ident information (OpenVMS [[VAX]] and OpenVMS [[Alpha]])
 
| Display image ident information (OpenVMS [[VAX]] and OpenVMS [[Alpha]])
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|
 +
|
 
| Chris Olive
 
| Chris Olive
 
| 1996
 
| 1996
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|-
 
|-
 
| infoserver
 
| infoserver
| InfoServer Software. This directory contains various InfoServer software disk images, the client for Microsoft MS-DOS (the OpenVMS LAD/LAST client is built into OpenVMS), and the associated keys for enabling various InfoServer  
+
| InfoServer Software. This directory contains various InfoServer software disk images, the client for Microsoft MS-DOS (the OpenVMS LAD/LAST client is built into OpenVMS), and the associated keys for enabling various InfoServer functions.
functions.
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|
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|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| INFO-ZIP
 
| INFO-ZIP
| A utility to compress files to .ZIP format and decompress them. Although highly compatible both with PKWARE's PKZIP
+
| A utility to compress files to .ZIP format and decompress them. Although highly compatible both with PKWARE's PKZIP and PKUNZIP utilities for MS-DOS and with Info-ZIP's own Zip program, the primary objectives have been portability and non-MSDOS functionality.
and PKUNZIP utilities for MS-DOS and with Info-ZIP's own Zip program, the primary objectives have been portability and non-MSDOS functionality.
+
|
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|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| InfoServer Monitor
 
| InfoServer Monitor
 
| InfoServer Monitor will keep CDs and hard disks on InfoServers mounted properly.
 
| InfoServer Monitor will keep CDs and hard disks on InfoServers mounted properly.
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|
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|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| internet-menu
 
| internet-menu
 
| DCL-based menu for access to Internet stuff
 
| DCL-based menu for access to Internet stuff
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Vinit S. Carpenter
 
| Vinit S. Carpenter
 
|  
 
|  
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| Invisible
 
| Invisible
 
| Make your process invisible to others on the system
 
| Make your process invisible to others on the system
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|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|
 
|
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| itemlist
 
| itemlist
 
| OpenVMS Itemlist manipulation routines
 
| OpenVMS Itemlist manipulation routines
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|
 +
|
 
| Stanley Rabinowitz
 
| Stanley Rabinowitz
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| JAZZ
 
| JAZZ
| JAZZ is a full-size MIDI sequencer providing functions like record / play and many edit functions as quantize, copy, transpose, graphical pitch editing, multiple undo. It has two main windows oprating on whole tracks and single events. There are special functions like GS sound editing and random rhythm
+
| JAZZ is a full-size MIDI sequencer providing functions like record / play and many edit functions as quantize, copy, transpose, graphical pitch editing, multiple undo. It has two main windows oprating on whole tracks and single events. There are special functions like GS sound editing and random rhythm generation.
generation.
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|
 +
|
 
| Andreas Voss, Per Sigmond
 
| Andreas Voss, Per Sigmond
 
| 1997
 
| 1997
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| JED
 
| JED
 
| An editor that contains [[EDT]], Emacs, and Wordstar key mappings.
 
| An editor that contains [[EDT]], Emacs, and Wordstar key mappings.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| John Davis
 
| John Davis
 
|  
 
|  
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| jedit_vms
 
| jedit_vms
 
| JEDIT, UTILITIES, XML Modes for Macro32 and Bliss
 
| JEDIT, UTILITIES, XML Modes for Macro32 and Bliss
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| JETSET10, Jet-Set Willy, v.1.0
 
| JETSET10, Jet-Set Willy, v.1.0
 
| A game for X11, based on a similar game existing on Amstrad or Spectrum
 
| A game for X11, based on a similar game existing on Amstrad or Spectrum
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Florent Guillaume
 
| Florent Guillaume
 
|
 
|
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| JGD, JGdriver
 
| JGD, JGdriver
 
| JGdriver is an intercept driver which is used to retry errors on any VMS disk. It is currently set up to build correctly on VAX systems.
 
| JGdriver is an intercept driver which is used to retry errors on any VMS disk. It is currently set up to build correctly on VAX systems.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Glenn C. Everhart
 
| Glenn C. Everhart
 
|
 
|
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| JOB_DAEMON
 
| JOB_DAEMON
 
| Watch disks for files to trigger [[Batch Job|batch jobs]] ([[VAX]] and [[Alpha]])
 
| Watch disks for files to trigger [[Batch Job|batch jobs]] ([[VAX]] and [[Alpha]])
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Brian R. Cuttler
 
| Brian R. Cuttler
 
| 1997
 
| 1997
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| JPEG
 
| JPEG
 
| JPEG release 5 Image Compression/Decompression
 
| JPEG release 5 Image Compression/Decompression
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| joblog
 
| joblog
 
| Log terminal sessions using pseudo-terminals
 
| Log terminal sessions using pseudo-terminals
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Leonard J. Peirce, VAX and Alpha .OBJs added by Hunter Goatley
 
| Leonard J. Peirce, VAX and Alpha .OBJs added by Hunter Goatley
 
|  
 
|  
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| JPI
 
| JPI
 
| An OpenVMS wide-area network tool which is used to create a one line per process static information display for all processes matching specified selection criteria, displaying the output according to display criteria. JPI utilizes the $process_scan and $getjpi OpenVMS System Services to accomplish the scanning. Scanning can be targeted to a local node, a remote node, a local OpenVMS Cluster or a remote OpenVMS cluster or any combination of these. JPI V2.1 will execute on OpenVMS VAX V5.3 and later and OpenVMS AXP V6.1 and later.
 
| An OpenVMS wide-area network tool which is used to create a one line per process static information display for all processes matching specified selection criteria, displaying the output according to display criteria. JPI utilizes the $process_scan and $getjpi OpenVMS System Services to accomplish the scanning. Scanning can be targeted to a local node, a remote node, a local OpenVMS Cluster or a remote OpenVMS cluster or any combination of these. JPI V2.1 will execute on OpenVMS VAX V5.3 and later and OpenVMS AXP V6.1 and later.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| JUICER
 
| JUICER
| Disk defragmenter that uses Movefile and toolset. This defragger will defragment (albeit somewhat slowly) VMS volumes
+
| Disk defragmenter that uses Movefile and toolset. This defragger will defragment (albeit somewhat slowly) VMS volumes and uses Movefile as its only method of moving files. It is rather a resource hog, but will work.
and uses Movefile as its only method of moving files. It is rather a resource hog, but will work.
+
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| JUMP
 
| JUMP
| JUMP is a  program  which  allows  selected  users (Systems Programmers, Operators and specifically authorised users) to change elements of their process to those of another user, or to become *exactly* the target user in a pseudo-terminal.  Limitations are placed on Operators: they cannot target users who have more than a certain set of privileges unless they
+
| JUMP is a  program  which  allows  selected  users (Systems Programmers, Operators and specifically authorised users) to change elements of their process to those of another user, or to become *exactly* the target user in a pseudo-terminal.  Limitations are placed on Operators: they cannot target users who have more than a certain set of privileges unless they are specifically authorised to do so.
are specifically authorised to do so.
+
|
 +
|
 
| Jonathan Ridler
 
| Jonathan Ridler
 
|
 
|
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| keys
 
| keys
 
| The KEY utility, and its associated programs allow you to write routines that will run whenever a selected control key is pressed on your terminal, both in and out of images and command procedures. Think of it as a terminate and stay resident program for VAXen.
 
| The KEY utility, and its associated programs allow you to write routines that will run whenever a selected control key is pressed on your terminal, both in and out of images and command procedures. Think of it as a terminate and stay resident program for VAXen.
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|
 +
| [[VAX]]
 
| Lee Gleason
 
| Lee Gleason
 
| 1988
 
| 1988
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|-
 
|-
 
| KDUMP
 
| KDUMP
| KDUMP is a Japanese version of OpenVMS DUMP utility. It is suitable to dump text files containing Japanese Kanji or Hankaku Katakana characters. KDUMP used to be shipped with OpenVMS/Japanese VAX Operating System until V6.1. As of OpenVMS/Japanese V6.2, KDUMP utility has officially retired and no longer ships with OpenVMS/Japanese VAX V6.2 kit. KDUMP is now provided as an unsupported freeware to customers who still want to use this facility on OpenVMS/Japanese V6.2 or higher.
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| KDUMP is a Japanese version of OpenVMS DUMP utility. It is suitable to dump text files containing Japanese Kanji or Hankaku Katakana characters. KDUMP used to be shipped with OpenVMS/Japanese VAX Operating System until V6.1. As of OpenVMS/Japanese V6.2, KDUMP utility has officially retired and no longer ships with OpenVMS/Japanese VAX V6.2 kit. KDUMP is now provided as an unsupported freeware to customers who still want to use this facility on OpenVMS/Japanese V6.2 or higher.
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|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| kfe
 
| kfe
 
| Accessing Known Files via KFE Data Structures
 
| Accessing Known Files via KFE Data Structures
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|
 +
|
 
| Joe Meadows
 
| Joe Meadows
 
|
 
|
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* SHADOW$TRACK.COM track shadowset membership and notify someone of changes
 
* SHADOW$TRACK.COM track shadowset membership and notify someone of changes
 
* SHOW_PREF_PATH.COM show preferred LAN path being used to each cluster node
 
* SHOW_PREF_PATH.COM show preferred LAN path being used to each cluster node
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|
 +
|
 
| Keith Parris
 
| Keith Parris
 
|
 
|
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| KERMIT
 
| KERMIT
 
| Kermit communications and file transfer software notable for VTxxx emulation and the implementations of the Kermit file transfer protocol.
 
| Kermit communications and file transfer software notable for VTxxx emulation and the implementations of the Kermit file transfer protocol.
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|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| MadGoat KILL
 
| MadGoat KILL
 
| Lets you delete or $FORCEX other processes anywhere on aVMScluster. KILL accepts usernames on the command line; each process running under that username is displayed and you are given the chance to kill it or force an exit for the process. Includes the ability to kill only disconnected processes, processes on a particular node, etc.
 
| Lets you delete or $FORCEX other processes anywhere on aVMScluster. KILL accepts usernames on the command line; each process running under that username is displayed and you are given the chance to kill it or force an exit for the process. Includes the ability to kill only disconnected processes, processes on a particular node, etc.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Darrell Burkhead
 
| Darrell Burkhead
 
|
 
|
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| KILL_NODE V 2.0
 
| KILL_NODE V 2.0
 
| This program and driver allow you to crash a hung vmscluster member, without having to have to find the system and use the console.
 
| This program and driver allow you to crash a hung vmscluster member, without having to have to find the system and use the console.
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|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| KP093
 
| KP093
 
| Keyboard Practicer for the X Window System
 
| Keyboard Practicer for the X Window System
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|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| KP_LOCKTOOLS
 
| KP_LOCKTOOLS
| Tools for monitoring and controlling Lock Manager:
+
| Tools for monitoring and controlling [[Distributed Lock Manager|Lock Manager]]:
 
* Determine which lock trees are the busiest, cluster-wide
 
* Determine which lock trees are the busiest, cluster-wide
 
* Detect and display lock queues
 
* Detect and display lock queues
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* Determine which node is the lock master for the RMS global buffer lock tree for a file
 
* Determine which node is the lock master for the RMS global buffer lock tree for a file
 
* Generate lots of locks to convince VMS to remaster an RMS global buffer lock tree
 
* Generate lots of locks to convince VMS to remaster an RMS global buffer lock tree
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Keith Parris
 
| Keith Parris
 
|  
 
|  
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| KPRINT  
 
| KPRINT  
 
| Allows to specify various printer parameters such as line pitch, character pitch, page orientation, etc. when printing to Japanese printers.
 
| Allows to specify various printer parameters such as line pitch, character pitch, page orientation, etc. when printing to Japanese printers.
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|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| Kronos
 
| Kronos
 
| Kronos is a tool for scheduling repetitious jobs.  It has flexible scheduling criteria, an error-minimizing interface, and a set of useful sample jobs to demonstrate system mangement and security functions.  Kronos has been designed to be reliable and flexible.
 
| Kronos is a tool for scheduling repetitious jobs.  It has flexible scheduling criteria, an error-minimizing interface, and a set of useful sample jobs to demonstrate system mangement and security functions.  Kronos has been designed to be reliable and flexible.
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|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|  
 
|  
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| labels
 
| labels
 
| [[EVE|TPU]] procedure to Resequence Macro32 Local Labels
 
| [[EVE|TPU]] procedure to Resequence Macro32 Local Labels
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|
 +
|
 
| Hunter Goatley  
 
| Hunter Goatley  
 
|  
 
|  
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| LASER
 
| LASER
 
| This symbiont is a modification of the texas laser symbiont written by Rick Watson, Computation Center, University of Texas at Austin. Works with many types of printers, handles LAT devices, page accounting, flag and trailer pages, Ascii and Postscript files.
 
| This symbiont is a modification of the texas laser symbiont written by Rick Watson, Computation Center, University of Texas at Austin. Works with many types of printers, handles LAT devices, page accounting, flag and trailer pages, Ascii and Postscript files.
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|
 +
|
 
| Written by Rick Watson, changes by Mark London
 
| Written by Rick Watson, changes by Mark London
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| last
 
| last
| The LAST program provides information on when the last time a user logged in,
+
| The LAST program provides information on when the last time a user logged in, what group they are from and how many days it has been.  This is done using system routines.  If the user has never logged in, then a USEROPEN routine starts up RMS services to extract the creation date of the user's default loggin area.  This was done under the assumption that the user's directory was created when the account was created.  DIGITAL otherwise keeps no record of when an account was added.
what group they are from and how many days it has been.  This is done using system routines.  If the user has never logged in, then a USEROPEN routine starts up RMS services to extract the creation date of the user's default loggin area.  This was done under the assumption that the user's directory was created when the account was created.  DIGITAL otherwise keeps no record of when an account was added.
+
|
 +
|
 
| Jonathan C. Baker
 
| Jonathan C. Baker
 
|  
 
|  
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| lastcmd
 
| lastcmd
 
| Grab and Display Last Terminal Command. Aallows a suitably privileged  user  (one  with  CMKRNL)  peek  at  the typeahead  buffer of another terminal.  This allows one to grab another's last command no matter in what environment the target user may be.  As long as  the environment  utilizes  the  terminal's  typeahead  buffer  (usually  via LIB$GETINPUT), LASTCMD will display that command.  Utilities using SMG do  not use  the  typeahead  buffer  and  there are a few other exceptions.  (In these cases, LASTCMD will still report the last command  in  the  typeahead  buffer; that  command  just  may  not be the very, very thing the user is doing at the moment).  But overall, LASTCMD will grab the last  command  typed  by  another user  and display it.  Use LASTCMD in place of Hunter Goatley's GETCMD utility when the target user is not in the DCL environment at the moment.
 
| Grab and Display Last Terminal Command. Aallows a suitably privileged  user  (one  with  CMKRNL)  peek  at  the typeahead  buffer of another terminal.  This allows one to grab another's last command no matter in what environment the target user may be.  As long as  the environment  utilizes  the  terminal's  typeahead  buffer  (usually  via LIB$GETINPUT), LASTCMD will display that command.  Utilities using SMG do  not use  the  typeahead  buffer  and  there are a few other exceptions.  (In these cases, LASTCMD will still report the last command  in  the  typeahead  buffer; that  command  just  may  not be the very, very thing the user is doing at the moment).  But overall, LASTCMD will grab the last  command  typed  by  another user  and display it.  Use LASTCMD in place of Hunter Goatley's GETCMD utility when the target user is not in the DCL environment at the moment.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Chris Olive
 
| Chris Olive
 
| 1994
 
| 1994
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|-
 
|-
 
| lavdriver, Load-Averaging Device Driver
 
| lavdriver, Load-Averaging Device Driver
| Here is a VMS driver you can load which will keep track of the load average in a way you can retrieve it. The algorithm used by it is not necessarily the same as LAT, but closer to TOPS. To read the load average, $ASSIGN or open a channel to the device _LAV0: and read 36 bytes from it. The first 12 bytes are three "F"-type floats which are the 1, 5, and 15 minute load averages respectively. The next 12 bytes are the 1, 5, and 15 minute average blocking priority (if your process is below the average blocking priority you aren't going to get much CPU, if above it you will get a lot). The last three are the
+
| Here is a VMS driver you can load which will keep track of the load average in a way you can retrieve it. The algorithm used by it is not necessarily the same as LAT, but closer to TOPS. To read the load average, $ASSIGN or open a channel to the device _LAV0: and read 36 bytes from it. The first 12 bytes are three "F"-type floats which are the 1, 5, and 15 minute load averages respectively. The next 12 bytes are the 1, 5, and 15 minute average blocking priority (if your process is below the average blocking priority you aren't going to get much CPU, if above it you will get a lot). The last three are the 1, 5, and 15 minute averages of the longest I/O queue length on any disk, a decent indication of how backed up your I/O system is.
1, 5, and 15 minute averages of the longest I/O queue length on any disk,
+
|
a decent indication of how backed up your I/O system is.
+
|
 
| Kenneth Adelman
 
| Kenneth Adelman
 
|  
 
|  
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| lck
 
| lck
 
| LCK is a utility that allows to use VMS locks from DCL. It features a new DCL command that can request or release a lock on an arbitrary named resource. LCK also features a callable interface (a.k.a. API) so that programmers can use the same mechanism from within their programs, without having to write cumbersome system calls.
 
| LCK is a utility that allows to use VMS locks from DCL. It features a new DCL command that can request or release a lock on an arbitrary named resource. LCK also features a callable interface (a.k.a. API) so that programmers can use the same mechanism from within their programs, without having to write cumbersome system calls.
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|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| LDDRIVER
 
| LDDRIVER
| A VAX Virtual disk driver used for controlling logical disk usage, testing out things like volume shadowing, striping, host-based
+
| A VAX Virtual disk driver used for controlling logical disk usage, testing out things like volume shadowing, striping, host-based raid, or software which does dangerous things to disks without disturbing a real disk. [[Logical Disk Utility|LDDRIVER has been a part of VMS since V.7.3-1]].
raid, or software which does dangerous things to disks without disturbing a real disk. [[Logical Disk Utility|LDDRIVER has been a part of VMS since V.7.3-1]].
+
|
 +
| [[VAX]]
 
| Jur van der Burg
 
| Jur van der Burg
 
|  
 
|  
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| LGILDAP
 
| LGILDAP
 
| LDAP External Authentication Module for OpenVMS
 
| LDAP External Authentication Module for OpenVMS
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Jonas Lindholm
 
| Jonas Lindholm
 
| 2004
 
| 2004
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| LIBIMAGING
 
| LIBIMAGING
 
| LIBIMAGING for OpenVMS
 
| LIBIMAGING for OpenVMS
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|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| libpng
 
| libpng
 
| LIBPNG for OpenVMS
 
| LIBPNG for OpenVMS
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|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| LIBSDL
 
| LIBSDL
| Simple DirectMedia Layer (SDL) for OpenVMS, a cross-platform multimedia library that creates an abstraction over various platforms' graphics, sound, and input APIs, allowing a developer to write a computer game or other multimedia application once and run it on GNU/Linux, Windows, Mac OS Classic, Mac OS X, BeOS,  FreeBSD, OpenBSD, Solaris, QNX, IRIX, and a few other unofficially ported platforms. It manages video, events, numeric audio, CD-ROM  
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| Simple DirectMedia Layer (SDL) for OpenVMS, a cross-platform multimedia library that creates an abstraction over various platforms' graphics, sound, and input APIs, allowing a developer to write a computer game or other multimedia application once and run it on GNU/Linux, Windows, Mac OS Classic, Mac OS X, BeOS,  FreeBSD, OpenBSD, Solaris, QNX, IRIX, and a few other unofficially ported platforms. It manages video, events, numeric audio, CD-ROM sound, threads, and timers.  
sound, threads, and timers.
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|
 +
|
 
| Alexey Chupahin
 
| Alexey Chupahin
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| libsearch
 
| libsearch
| a SEARCH command for OpenVMS libraries (VAX and Alpha)
+
| a SEARCH command for OpenVMS libraries
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Kevin Ashley, with mods by Ed Groth
 
| Kevin Ashley, with mods by Ed Groth
 
|  
 
|  
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| libtiff
 
| libtiff
 
| TIFF Library and Utilities
 
| TIFF Library and Utilities
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Sam Leffler; Frank Warmerdam, Andrey Kiselev and Mike Welles
 
| Sam Leffler; Frank Warmerdam, Andrey Kiselev and Mike Welles
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| libxml
 
| libxml
| Libxml2 is the XML C parser and toolkit developed for the Gnome project.
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| Libxml2 is the XML C parser and toolkit developed for the Gnome project. It is used by several software packages, including Python.
It is used by several software packages, including Python.
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|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| LINCITY
 
| LINCITY
 
| A port of LinCity, a free SimCity-like game for X11
 
| A port of LinCity, a free SimCity-like game for X11
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|
 +
|
 
| I.J.Peters
 
| I.J.Peters
 
| 1997
 
| 1997
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| LIST
 
| LIST
 
| LIST version 2.4-A1 maintains user information associated with a username. The utility will allow a user to modify their own information (no one else's).
 
| LIST version 2.4-A1 maintains user information associated with a username. The utility will allow a user to modify their own information (no one else's).
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|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|
 
|
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| listen
 
| listen
 
| Listen to various multicast messages on the ethernet to find out what is on the lan
 
| Listen to various multicast messages on the ethernet to find out what is on the lan
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Ian Miller
 
| Ian Miller
 
|
 
|
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| LEDERMAN
 
| LEDERMAN
 
| Lederman stuff, System Management, Lots of sys management & Datatrieve things
 
| Lederman stuff, System Management, Lots of sys management & Datatrieve things
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Bart Z. Lederman
 
| Bart Z. Lederman
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| ln_sda
 
| ln_sda
| LN$SDA is a SDA extension (using the API first documented for VMS V7.2)
+
| LN$SDA is a SDA extension (using the API first documented for VMS V7.2) which displays logical names. Logical names can be specified by name or by value and optionally using wildcards (normal VMS wildcards * and %). The logical name tables of the currently selected process in SDA and/or shared tables are searched. LN$SDA can be used to look at a crash dump or at a running system.
which displays logical names. Logical names can be specified by name or
+
|
by value and optionally using wildcards (normal VMS wildcards * and %).
+
|
The logical name tables of the currently selected process in SDA and/or
 
shared tables are searched. LN$SDA can be used to look at a crash dump or at a running system.
 
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| lnmlookup
 
| lnmlookup
 
| LnmTool is a Motif based Logical Name browser. By default, LnmTool at startup, the Main Table is created by extracting all the index definitions from LNM$DCL_LOGICAL. Those defs are then copied into the Modify Table list. Each process has a default list of logical name tables available to its environment. That list is located in the LNM$SYSTEM_DIRECTORY, which was earlier retrieved from an index definition of LNM$DCL_LOGICAL.
 
| LnmTool is a Motif based Logical Name browser. By default, LnmTool at startup, the Main Table is created by extracting all the index definitions from LNM$DCL_LOGICAL. Those defs are then copied into the Modify Table list. Each process has a default list of logical name tables available to its environment. That list is located in the LNM$SYSTEM_DIRECTORY, which was earlier retrieved from an index definition of LNM$DCL_LOGICAL.
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|
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|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| logger
 
| logger
 
| Log terminal sessions using the FT pseudo-terminal drivers
 
| Log terminal sessions using the FT pseudo-terminal drivers
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|
 +
|
 
| Forrest A. Kenney
 
| Forrest A. Kenney
 
|  
 
|  
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| LOGGING-VD
 
| LOGGING-VD
 
| Virtual disk that logs all writes to a logfile
 
| Virtual disk that logs all writes to a logfile
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|
 +
|
 
| Glenn Everhart
 
| Glenn Everhart
 
| 1992
 
| 1992
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|-
 
|-
 
| login
 
| login
| Fast LOGIN.COM for OpenVMS (VAX and Alpha)
+
| Fast LOGIN.COM for OpenVMS
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
|  
 
|  
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| loginout-hooks
 
| loginout-hooks
 
| Postscript undocumented LOGINOUT-HOOKS Documentation
 
| Postscript undocumented LOGINOUT-HOOKS Documentation
 +
|
 +
|
 
| John Covert  
 
| John Covert  
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| look
 
| look
| Fast File Viewer for OpenVMS (OpenVMS VAX and OpenVMS Alpha)
+
| Fast File Viewer for OpenVMS
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Serge Kovalyov, with updates by Patrick Ellis  
 
| Serge Kovalyov, with updates by Patrick Ellis  
 
|  
 
|  
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| LPDDEVCTL
 
| LPDDEVCTL
 
| LPDDEVCTL is a set of text (postscript) modules for use with UCX$LPD_SMB (untested on other lpd symbionts). These modules are used as setups to form a postscript prefix to a text file for printing: while many printers can autosense postscript or plain text/pcl, there's no control over the layout of text. These modules allow you to specify 66 lines, 80 chars, portrait; 66 lines, 132 chars, landscape; various others, or to create your own .stub file(s) with your own spec.
 
| LPDDEVCTL is a set of text (postscript) modules for use with UCX$LPD_SMB (untested on other lpd symbionts). These modules are used as setups to form a postscript prefix to a text file for printing: while many printers can autosense postscript or plain text/pcl, there's no control over the layout of text. These modules allow you to specify 66 lines, 80 chars, portrait; 66 lines, 132 chars, landscape; various others, or to create your own .stub file(s) with your own spec.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Chris Sharman
 
| Chris Sharman
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| LSTMAIL
 
| LSTMAIL
| Multi-folder mail directory listing utility. This utility generates 'mail directory'-styled listings of a mail file.
+
| Multi-folder mail directory listing utility. This utility generates 'mail directory'-styled listings of a mail file. Messages to be listed can be selected based on from, to, subject, date or folder name.  Messages from more than one folder can be listed.
Messages to be listed can be selected based on from, to, subject, date
+
|
or folder name.  Messages from more than one folder can be listed.
+
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| lww-decwdisp
 
| lww-decwdisp
 
| Display Info Similar to SHOW DISPLAY
 
| Display Info Similar to SHOW DISPLAY
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| 1993  
 
| 1993  
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| lww-dirsort
 
| lww-dirsort
 
| DIRECTORY command with sorting
 
| DIRECTORY command with sorting
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| 2004  
 
| 2004  
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| lww-dormant
 
| lww-dormant
 
| Display SYSUAF info about inactive users
 
| Display SYSUAF info about inactive users
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| 2004
 
| 2004
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| lww-funct-keys
 
| lww-funct-keys
 
| Programs to Display Keymaps and to Define Function Keys
 
| Programs to Display Keymaps and to Define Function Keys
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| 1993  
 
| 1993  
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| lww-modify-attrib
 
| lww-modify-attrib
 
| Modify File Attributes
 
| Modify File Attributes
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| 1993  
 
| 1993  
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| lww-next-uic
 
| lww-next-uic
 
| Report First Free Member in a UIC Group
 
| Report First Free Member in a UIC Group
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| 2004
 
| 2004
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| lww-persona-decw
 
| lww-persona-decw
 
| Create DECterm under another user
 
| Create DECterm under another user
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| 1993  
 
| 1993  
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| lww-persona
 
| lww-persona
 
| Log in as another user (a rewrite of GLOGIN)
 
| Log in as another user (a rewrite of GLOGIN)
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| 1993  
 
| 1993  
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| lww-remtree
 
| lww-remtree
 
| Deletes all subdirectories and files in a tree
 
| Deletes all subdirectories and files in a tree
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| 2004
 
| 2004
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| lww-revert
 
| lww-revert
 
| Changes file version numbers of files in a directory
 
| Changes file version numbers of files in a directory
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| 2005
 
| 2005
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| lww-userinfo
 
| lww-userinfo
 
| Display user information from SYSUAF
 
| Display user information from SYSUAF
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| 1993  
 
| 1993  
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| lww-utc
 
| lww-utc
 
| Motif UTC clock
 
| Motif UTC clock
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| 2004
 
| 2004
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| lww-viewxbm
 
| lww-viewxbm
 
| Motif XBM Bitmap Viewer
 
| Motif XBM Bitmap Viewer
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| 2004
 
| 2004
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| lww-xmeasure
 
| lww-xmeasure
 
| Measures Motif-based Windows
 
| Measures Motif-based Windows
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| 2004
 
| 2004
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| LYNX
 
| LYNX
 
| A Terminal-Driven Web Browser
 
| A Terminal-Driven Web Browser
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Lou Montulli et al.
 
| Lou Montulli et al.
 
| 2000
 
| 2000
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| COMPRESS_LZ, TOOLS, Tool to compress and decompress files
 
| COMPRESS_LZ, TOOLS, Tool to compress and decompress files
 
| The COMPRESS command invokes a utility to copy a file, generating a file with (usually) fewer bytes. Files compressed by COMPRESS are recovered by DECOMPRESS.
 
| The COMPRESS command invokes a utility to copy a file, generating a file with (usually) fewer bytes. Files compressed by COMPRESS are recovered by DECOMPRESS.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| MACRO64
 
| MACRO64
 
| This is the Macro64 assembler for OpenVMS Alpha systems.
 
| This is the Macro64 assembler for OpenVMS Alpha systems.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| MadGoat FINGER V1.2
 
| MadGoat FINGER V1.2
| A FINGER client and server for OpenVMS VAX and OpenVMS AXP that works with virtually every implementation of TCP/IP for VMS.
+
| A FINGER client and server that works with virtually every implementation of TCP/IP for VMS.
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
| 1995
 
| 1995
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| MAIL
 
| MAIL
 
| Calable MAIL Examples
 
| Calable MAIL Examples
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Joe Meadows
 
| Joe Meadows
 
|  
 
|  
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| MAILCOUNT
 
| MAILCOUNT
 
| Match MAIL$*.MAI external files with MAIL.MAI pointers
 
| Match MAIL$*.MAI external files with MAIL.MAI pointers
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Harvey Brydon, Jerry Leichter, and Hunter Goatley
 
| Harvey Brydon, Jerry Leichter, and Hunter Goatley
 
|
 
|
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| MAILDIR
 
| MAILDIR
 
| This procedure provides a directory listing of all of a user's OpenVMS MAIL utility mail folders
 
| This procedure provides a directory listing of all of a user's OpenVMS MAIL utility mail folders
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|
 
|
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| mail_protocol_stubs
 
| mail_protocol_stubs
 
| VMS MAIL protocol stubs for writing your own protocol
 
| VMS MAIL protocol stubs for writing your own protocol
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Written by Nick de Smith, modified for Alpha by Lou Bergandi, converted to 100% C by David Hittner  
 
| Written by Nick de Smith, modified for Alpha by Lou Bergandi, converted to 100% C by David Hittner  
 
|  
 
|  
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| mailshr_mx_patch
 
| mailshr_mx_patch
 
| Patch VMS Mail to Eliminate Need for Internet Transport Prefix
 
| Patch VMS Mail to Eliminate Need for Internet Transport Prefix
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Originally written by Claude Barbe, converted to command procedure by Edwin J. Bates, cleaned up and added SMTP% support by Hunter Goatley
 
| Originally written by Claude Barbe, converted to command procedure by Edwin J. Bates, cleaned up and added SMTP% support by Hunter Goatley
 
|  
 
|  
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| MAIL_SIGNATURE
 
| MAIL_SIGNATURE
 
| This freeware explains how to implement Internet style signature files on OpenVMS Mail. It also does automatic commenting (>) for replies/forwards. And it has a TPU routine to do rot-13 encryption.
 
| This freeware explains how to implement Internet style signature files on OpenVMS Mail. It also does automatic commenting (>) for replies/forwards. And it has a TPU routine to do rot-13 encryption.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| mailsym
 
| mailsym
 
| Symbiont for mailing files to yourself via PRINT
 
| Symbiont for mailing files to yourself via PRINT
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Oswald Knoppers
 
| Oswald Knoppers
 
|  
 
|  
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| mailuaf
 
| mailuaf
 
| Manages the system mail profile database VMSMAIL_PROFILE.DAT
 
| Manages the system mail profile database VMSMAIL_PROFILE.DAT
 +
|
 +
|
 
| originally by W. Eric Wentz (7-Jan-1986),    Version 4.2  Ed James  25-APR-1995
 
| originally by W. Eric Wentz (7-Jan-1986),    Version 4.2  Ed James  25-APR-1995
 
| 1986  
 
| 1986  
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| mailuaf_rlb
 
| mailuaf_rlb
 
| View the system mail profile database VMSMAIL_PROFILE.DAT
 
| View the system mail profile database VMSMAIL_PROFILE.DAT
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Joe Meadows
 
| Joe Meadows
 
|
 
|
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| make-aven
 
| make-aven
 
| GNU make v3.60 for VMS
 
| GNU make v3.60 for VMS
| ported by Mike Moretti, compiled with VAX C v3.2 and linked under VMS v5.1 by Hunter Goatley
+
| C
 +
| [[VAX]]
 +
| ported by Mike Moretti, compiled and linked by Hunter Goatley
 
|  
 
|  
 
| [https://www.digiater.nl/openvms/freeware/v80/make-aven/ 80]
 
| [https://www.digiater.nl/openvms/freeware/v80/make-aven/ 80]
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| make-gnu_3-60
 
| make-gnu_3-60
 
| This is the GNU make tool, one of many available versions of make.
 
| This is the GNU make tool, one of many available versions of make.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| make-mmk
 
| make-mmk
| MMS-compatible make utility for VMS (VAX, Alpha, and I64)
+
| MMS-compatible make utility for VMS
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]], [[Integrity]]
 
| Written and maintained by Matt Madison  
 
| Written and maintained by Matt Madison  
 
| 1992
 
| 1992
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| make-perry
 
| make-perry
 
| make tool for OpenVMS VAX and OpenVMS AXP
 
| make tool for OpenVMS VAX and OpenVMS AXP
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Jesse Perry
 
| Jesse Perry
 
|  
 
|  
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| mbmon
 
| mbmon
 
| MBMON is a utility which captures messages as they are written to a mailbox and displays them and/or records them to a file for later display.
 
| MBMON is a utility which captures messages as they are written to a mailbox and displays them and/or records them to a file for later display.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Ian Miller
 
| Ian Miller
 
| 2005  
 
| 2005  
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|-
 
|-
 
| mbox
 
| mbox
| Peek at mailbox messages without removing them (VAX and Alpha)
+
| Peek at mailbox messages without removing them
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Neill Clift  
 
| Neill Clift  
 
|  
 
|  
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| mbu
 
| mbu
 
| MBU is a utility for VMS mailboxes. MBU can create mailboxes, delete mailboxes, read and write mailbox messages, and display and change the characteristics of mailboxes. It can also view messages in a mailbox without reading them.
 
| MBU is a utility for VMS mailboxes. MBU can create mailboxes, delete mailboxes, read and write mailbox messages, and display and change the characteristics of mailboxes. It can also view messages in a mailbox without reading them.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Ian Miller
 
| Ian Miller
 
| 2004
 
| 2004
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| MBX
 
| MBX
 
| MBX is a utility that allows to work with mailboxes from DCL. It features a new DCL command that can create, delete, attach, detach, write to, and read from mailboxes. MBX also features a callable interface (a.k.a. API) so that programmers can use the same mechanism from within their programs, without having to write cumbersome system calls. This API is available as an upward-compatible shareable image. The kit contains a definition of the six service calls in pascal environment format, and in SDL syntax.
 
| MBX is a utility that allows to work with mailboxes from DCL. It features a new DCL command that can create, delete, attach, detach, write to, and read from mailboxes. MBX also features a callable interface (a.k.a. API) so that programmers can use the same mechanism from within their programs, without having to write cumbersome system calls. This API is available as an upward-compatible shareable image. The kit contains a definition of the six service calls in pascal environment format, and in SDL syntax.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Marc VanDyck
 
| Marc VanDyck
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| MD5
 
| MD5
| MD5 is a tool used to verify file downloads and for checking for file integrity in the event of accidental or intentional file modifications.
+
| MD5 is a tool used to verify file downloads and for checking for file integrity in the event of accidental or intentional file modifications. See RFC 1321 for details of MD5.
See RFC 1321 for details of MD5.
+
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| mdmlib
 
| mdmlib
 
| Library of routines used by MadGoat Software products
 
| Library of routines used by MadGoat Software products
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
| 1994
 
| 1994
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| menu
 
| menu
 
| MENU is a program that reads "menu files", and creates menus which  the  user can then use to select items and cause things to be done.  MENU provides the menu builder with  a  fairly  simple, yet  fairly  robust  set of options to create menus.  The current implementation is geared towards single column  menus,  with  the standard  up  & down arrow or item name selection generally found in simple menus.  A second "free  flow"  type  of  menu  is  also supported,  although  there isn't support for selecting items via arrow key manipulation. Menus are composed of instructions that create  title  lines  (text  lines),  item  lines  (which  describe an item that can be selected with the arrow keys),  and  command  lines  (lines  that define "hidden" items, or otherwise affect menus).
 
| MENU is a program that reads "menu files", and creates menus which  the  user can then use to select items and cause things to be done.  MENU provides the menu builder with  a  fairly  simple, yet  fairly  robust  set of options to create menus.  The current implementation is geared towards single column  menus,  with  the standard  up  & down arrow or item name selection generally found in simple menus.  A second "free  flow"  type  of  menu  is  also supported,  although  there isn't support for selecting items via arrow key manipulation. Menus are composed of instructions that create  title  lines  (text  lines),  item  lines  (which  describe an item that can be selected with the arrow keys),  and  command  lines  (lines  that define "hidden" items, or otherwise affect menus).
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Joe Meadows
 
| Joe Meadows
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| mftu
 
| mftu
| Mail File Transfer Utility for Text and Data Files for VAX and Alpha. This tool encodes VAX/VMS files into a text file that can be handled by mailers, and decodes encoded files.  It also Huffman packs files for archive purposes, and can unpack these packed archive files.
+
| Mail File Transfer Utility for Text and Data Files. This tool encodes VAX/VMS files into a text file that can be handled by mailers, and decodes encoded files.  It also Huffman packs files for archive purposes, and can unpack these packed archive files.
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Carlo Mekenkamp, packaged by Hunter Goatley
 
| Carlo Mekenkamp, packaged by Hunter Goatley
 
| 1987
 
| 1987
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| MGBOOK
 
| MGBOOK
 
| DECW$BOOK Book reader
 
| DECW$BOOK Book reader
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
| 1995
 
| 1995
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|-
 
|-
 
| mgpcx
 
| mgpcx
| MadGoat PC Exchange: Microsoft Windows FAT Disk Tool (VAX and Alpha)
+
| MadGoat PC Exchange: Microsoft Windows FAT Disk Tool
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
| 1996  
 
| 1996  
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|-
 
|-
 
| MadGoat FTP
 
| MadGoat FTP
| An FTP client and server for OpenVMS VAX and OpenVMS AXP that works with virtually every implementation of TCP/IP for VMS.
+
| An FTP client and server that works with virtually every implementation of TCP/IP for VMS.
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
| 1994
 
| 1994
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| MGSD 01-007
 
| MGSD 01-007
 
| A SET DEFAULT replacement that provides shortcuts for changing directories, as well as a stack of previous directories visited.  This is a MACRO rewrite of an SD originally submitted to an ancient DECUS SIG tape by Alan Zirkle.   
 
| A SET DEFAULT replacement that provides shortcuts for changing directories, as well as a stack of previous directories visited.  This is a MACRO rewrite of an SD originally submitted to an ancient DECUS SIG tape by Alan Zirkle.   
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
|  
 
|  
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| MEGAPOVRAY
 
| MEGAPOVRAY
 
| Ray-tracing tool for OpenVMS
 
| Ray-tracing tool for OpenVMS
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| MENUFINDER
 
| MENUFINDER
 
| Tool to build menu-driven interfaces
 
| Tool to build menu-driven interfaces
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|
 
|
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| MESA
 
| MESA
 
| Mesa is a 3-D graphics library with an API which is very similar to that of OpenGL*.  To the extent that Mesa utilizes the OpenGL command syntax or state machine, it is being used with authorization from Silicon Graphics, Inc.   
 
| Mesa is a 3-D graphics library with an API which is very similar to that of OpenGL*.  To the extent that Mesa utilizes the OpenGL command syntax or state machine, it is being used with authorization from Silicon Graphics, Inc.   
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Brian Paul
 
| Brian Paul
 
| 1997
 
| 1997
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|-
 
|-
 
| MINIPROC
 
| MINIPROC
| Miniproc is a small general purpose text preprocessor.  Miniproc  
+
| Miniproc is a small general purpose text preprocessor.  Miniproc is intended to be a portable, and much simpler, alternative to perl and M4.
is intended to be a portable, and much simpler, alternative to perl  
+
| ANSI C
and M4. Miniproc is written in ANSI C.
+
|
 
| David Mathog and California Instititute of Technology
 
| David Mathog and California Instititute of Technology
 
| 1997
 
| 1997
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| MINESEEK
 
| MINESEEK
 
| Mineseek game for OpenVMS
 
| Mineseek game for OpenVMS
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| mime_netscape
 
| mime_netscape
| Transfers OpenVMS mail text files produced by the EXTRACT/NOHEADER  
+
| Transfers OpenVMS mail text files produced by the EXTRACT/NOHEADER command -- particularly with the RFC 822 headers at the bottom -- and hand it to Netscape in a MIME-compatible format.  
command -- particularly with the RFC 822 headers at the bottom --
+
|
and hand it to Netscape in a MIME-compatible format.  
+
|
 
|
 
|
 
|  
 
|  
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| MKISOFS
 
| MKISOFS
 
| Make ISO-9660 File System Tool for OpenVMS
 
| Make ISO-9660 File System Tool for OpenVMS
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| mlsearch
 
| mlsearch
 
| Search VMS MAIL files and folders for strings
 
| Search VMS MAIL files and folders for strings
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Kevin Ashley, modified by Hunter Goatley and Martin P. J. Zinser
 
| Kevin Ashley, modified by Hunter Goatley and Martin P. J. Zinser
 
|
 
|
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| MLU
 
| MLU
 
| Media Loader Utility - DCL access to media loaders
 
| Media Loader Utility - DCL access to media loaders
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Mickey Lane
 
| Mickey Lane
 
| 1994
 
| 1994
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| MODIFY
 
| MODIFY
 
| Tool to Modify and Maintain ASCII text files (replace strings; detab; etc.)
 
| Tool to Modify and Maintain ASCII text files (replace strings; detab; etc.)
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Tom Worlton
 
| Tom Worlton
 
|
 
|
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| monmode
 
| monmode
 
| DCL equivalent of MONITOR MODES/SMP
 
| DCL equivalent of MONITOR MODES/SMP
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| more
 
| more
 
| Simple more/less for OpenVMS V6.x and higher.
 
| Simple more/less for OpenVMS V6.x and higher.
| Matjaz Rihtar, inaries for OpenVMS VAX and OpenVMS Alpha supplied by Hunter Goatley
+
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 +
| Matjaz Rihtar, executables by Hunter Goatley
 
| 2003
 
| 2003
 
| [https://www.digiater.nl/openvms/freeware/v80/more/ 80]
 
| [https://www.digiater.nl/openvms/freeware/v80/more/ 80]
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| MOST
 
| MOST
 
| more and less file-paging programs for UNIX and VMS
 
| more and less file-paging programs for UNIX and VMS
 +
|
 +
|
 
| written by John E. Davis, packaged by Hunter Goatley  
 
| written by John E. Davis, packaged by Hunter Goatley  
 
|
 
|
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| mp
 
| mp
 
| Postscript Pretty Printer
 
| Postscript Pretty Printer
 +
|
 +
|
 
| ported to VMS by Hunter Goatley  
 
| ported to VMS by Hunter Goatley  
 
| 1995
 
| 1995
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| MSWEEPER
 
| MSWEEPER
 
| Character Cell Mine-sweep like game
 
| Character Cell Mine-sweep like game
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Brian VandeMerwe
 
| Brian VandeMerwe
 
|  
 
|  
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| MMK V. 3-31, Matt's MaKe Utility, a CMS-like MAKE
 
| MMK V. 3-31, Matt's MaKe Utility, a CMS-like MAKE
 
| A MAKE utility for OpenVMS used for building software systems based on a "description file" (or "makefile") youcreate that lists the sources and objects of a system and the dependencies between them. MMK provides a subset of the functionality of Digital's DEC/Module anagement System (DEC/MMS); the description files MMK uses are syntactically compatible with DEC/MMS.  MMK runs on VAX/VMS, OpenVMS VAX, and OpenVMS AXP systems. It requiresVAX/VMS V5.0 or later, or OpenVMS AXP V1.0 or later.
 
| A MAKE utility for OpenVMS used for building software systems based on a "description file" (or "makefile") youcreate that lists the sources and objects of a system and the dependencies between them. MMK provides a subset of the functionality of Digital's DEC/Module anagement System (DEC/MMS); the description files MMK uses are syntactically compatible with DEC/MMS.  MMK runs on VAX/VMS, OpenVMS VAX, and OpenVMS AXP systems. It requiresVAX/VMS V5.0 or later, or OpenVMS AXP V1.0 or later.
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Matt Madison
 
| Matt Madison
 
| 1995
 
| 1995
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* PROCESS MONITOR shows the top 16 processes on the system, sorted by CPU, I/O, MEM, Processname, or Username, and displays 3 graphs per process: CPU ticks for each mode, I/O, and Memory
 
* PROCESS MONITOR shows the top 16 processes on the system, sorted by CPU, I/O, MEM, Processname, or Username, and displays 3 graphs per process: CPU ticks for each mode, I/O, and Memory
 
* SHADOW MONITOR displays all shadowsets which perform a shadow merge or shadow copy and on which node that happens
 
* SHADOW MONITOR displays all shadowsets which perform a shadow merge or shadow copy and on which node that happens
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| Moonclock for X Windows
 
| Moonclock for X Windows
| This extended oclock can show the current moonphase, and
+
| This extended oclock can show the current moonphase, and has a few new options.
has a few new options.
+
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|
 
|
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| Mosaic
 
| Mosaic
 
| MOSAIC-27-5B3, TCP/IP, Mosaic HTTP browser, international vers., V2.7 - 5 B3
 
| MOSAIC-27-5B3, TCP/IP, Mosaic HTTP browser, international vers., V2.7 - 5 B3
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| mozplugger-1_3_0
 
| mozplugger-1_3_0
 
| This is a port of mozplugger V1.3.0 for use with Mozilla on OpenVMS. It enables one to use standalone programs as if they were plugins for Mozilla. For example, one can use XPDF to display PDF files and mozplugger will cause XPDF to be embedded in the browser window. You can also use MPG123 to play streaming MP3 files and Timidity to play background midi files.
 
| This is a port of mozplugger V1.3.0 for use with Mozilla on OpenVMS. It enables one to use standalone programs as if they were plugins for Mozilla. For example, one can use XPDF to display PDF files and mozplugger will cause XPDF to be embedded in the browser window. You can also use MPG123 to play streaming MP3 files and Timidity to play background midi files.
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|
 +
|
 
| Mark Berryman
 
| Mark Berryman
 
|  
 
|  
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| MPACK
 
| MPACK
 
| MPACK and MUNPACK are utilities for encoding and decoding (respectively) binary files in MIME (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions) format mail messages.
 
| MPACK and MUNPACK are utilities for encoding and decoding (respectively) binary files in MIME (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions) format mail messages.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Based on Patrick Moreau's port of MPACK/MUNPACK to OpenVMS, made by Martin Vorlaender
 
| Based on Patrick Moreau's port of MPACK/MUNPACK to OpenVMS, made by Martin Vorlaender
 
| 2001
 
| 2001
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| MPG123
 
| MPG123
 
| Plays MP3 files from local files or URLs
 
| Plays MP3 files from local files or URLs
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Mark Berryman
 
| Mark Berryman
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| MPEG_AUDIO_ENCODE_DIST08
 
| MPEG_AUDIO_ENCODE_DIST08
| ISO MPEG Audio Subgroup Software Simulation Group
+
| ISO 13818-3 MPEG-2 Audio Codec Mpeg audio Layer 2 & 3 encoder port under OpenVMS
ISO 13818-3 MPEG-2 Audio Codec
+
|
Mpeg audio Layer 2 & 3 encoder port under OpenVMS
+
|
 
| Patrick Moreau
 
| Patrick Moreau
 
| 1997
 
| 1997
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|-
 
|-
 
| MPEG_ENCODE_122
 
| MPEG_ENCODE_122
| MPEG, CCITT H.261 (P*64), JPEG Image and Image sequence compression/decompression C software engines.
+
| MPEG, CCITT H.261 (P*64), JPEG Image and Image sequence compression/decompression C software engines. The Portable Video Research Group at Stanford have developed image/image sequence compression and decompression engines (codecs) for MPEG, CCITT H.261, and JPEG. The primary goal of these codecs is to provide the functionality - these codecs are not optimized for speed, rather completeness, and some of the code is kludgey.
The Portable Video Research Group at Stanford have developed
+
|
image/image sequence compression and decompression engines (codecs)
+
|
for MPEG, CCITT H.261, and JPEG. The primary goal of these codecs is
 
to provide the functionality - these codecs are not optimized for
 
speed, rather completeness, and some of the code is kludgey.
 
 
|  
 
|  
 
| 1996
 
| 1996
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| MPEG_LIB11
 
| MPEG_LIB11
 
| The MPEG Library is a collection of C routines to decode MPEG movies and dither them in a variety of colour schemes.  
 
| The MPEG Library is a collection of C routines to decode MPEG movies and dither them in a variety of colour schemes.  
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|
 +
|
 
| Gregory P. Ward
 
| Gregory P. Ward
 
| 1994, 30, 40
 
| 1994, 30, 40
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| MPEG_PLAY, MPEG Video Player
 
| MPEG_PLAY, MPEG Video Player
 
| MPEG_PLAY reads compressed motion picture video in the MPEG format, decompresses in software and displays on a standard X11 display.
 
| MPEG_PLAY reads compressed motion picture video in the MPEG format, decompresses in software and displays on a standard X11 display.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| MPEG_PLAY201
 
| MPEG_PLAY201
 
| A public domain MPEG video software decoder. The decoder is implemented as a library that will take a video stream and display it in an X window on an 8, 24 or 32 bit deep display.  The main routine is supplied to demonstrate the use of the decoder library. Several dithering algorithms are supplied based on the Floyd-Steinberg, ordered dither, and half-toning algorithms that tradeoff quality and performance. Neither the library nor the main routine handle real-time synchronization or audio streams.
 
| A public domain MPEG video software decoder. The decoder is implemented as a library that will take a video stream and display it in an X window on an 8, 24 or 32 bit deep display.  The main routine is supplied to demonstrate the use of the decoder library. Several dithering algorithms are supplied based on the Floyd-Steinberg, ordered dither, and half-toning algorithms that tradeoff quality and performance. Neither the library nor the main routine handle real-time synchronization or audio streams.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Lawrence A. Rowe, Ketan Patel, and Brian Smith
 
| Lawrence A. Rowe, Ketan Patel, and Brian Smith
 
| 1994
 
| 1994
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|-
 
|-
 
| MPG123
 
| MPG123
| MPEG 1.0/2.0 _AUDIO_ PLAYER, V0.59n                              
+
| MPEG 1.0/2.0 _AUDIO_ PLAYER, V0.59n. (full?) MPEG 1.0/2.0, Layer 1,2 and 3 support
(full?) MPEG 1.0/2.0, Layer 1,2 and 3 support
 
 
Layer-3 realtime only with a 'fast' machine
 
Layer-3 realtime only with a 'fast' machine
 
128kbit j-stereo should work on a 486DX4-120
 
128kbit j-stereo should work on a 486DX4-120
With 2:1 down-sampling or using the downmix-mode even a 486DX2-66
+
With 2:1 down-sampling or using the downmix-mode even a 486DX2-66                              
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Michael Hipp, Oliver Fromme
 
| Michael Hipp, Oliver Fromme
 
| 1997
 
| 1997
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|-
 
|-
 
| MSM, MINISM
 
| MSM, MINISM
| Launch remote X applications and display the output on your VMS workstation. Executables are provided for Alpha and Vax. These exe's require VMS V7.1 on the remote system(s).
+
| Launch remote X applications and display the output on your VMS workstation. These exe's require VMS V7.1 on the remote system(s).
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| Lyle W. West
 
|
 
|
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| MTOOLS
 
| MTOOLS
 
| This is a port of Unix mtools utilities for OpenVMS Alpha  
 
| This is a port of Unix mtools utilities for OpenVMS Alpha  
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Sergey Tikhonov
 
| Sergey Tikhonov
 
|
 
|
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| mtx
 
| mtx
 
| SCSI Tape Medium Changer Control Program. Version 1.1 for Linux, Solaris
 
| SCSI Tape Medium Changer Control Program. Version 1.1 for Linux, Solaris
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Leonard N. Zubkoff; VMS port, April 1998, by TECSys Development, Inc.
 
| Leonard N. Zubkoff; VMS port, April 1998, by TECSys Development, Inc.
 
| 1997
 
| 1997
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| Multia
 
| Multia
 
| Tools for booting OpenVMS on Multia systems
 
| Tools for booting OpenVMS on Multia systems
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|
 
|
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| MultiHelp Y020, Complete HelpDesk Automation Software
 
| MultiHelp Y020, Complete HelpDesk Automation Software
 
| MultiHelp is a fully integrated robust problem management and resolution system which automates the key operations of a Customer Support or Internal Help Desk organization.  It was created by support professionals with over 50 years combined experience engineering, architecting, and implementing customer support and help desk automation solutions.
 
| MultiHelp is a fully integrated robust problem management and resolution system which automates the key operations of a Customer Support or Internal Help Desk organization.  It was created by support professionals with over 50 years combined experience engineering, architecting, and implementing customer support and help desk automation solutions.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| SIO Technologies Corporation
 
| SIO Technologies Corporation
 
|  
 
|  
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| MUSICTEX
 
| MUSICTEX
 
| Here are the tools to write music with MusicTeX under TeX. The useful macros are MUSIC*.TEX and the *.STY for LaTeX. The MUSICTEX.ZIP contains a complete distribution to be un`zipped' on a PC (with pkunzip).
 
| Here are the tools to write music with MusicTeX under TeX. The useful macros are MUSIC*.TEX and the *.STY for LaTeX. The MUSICTEX.ZIP contains a complete distribution to be un`zipped' on a PC (with pkunzip).
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|
 +
|
 
| Daniel Taupin
 
| Daniel Taupin
 
|
 
|
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| MX 4.1, E-mail message exchanging software
 
| MX 4.1, E-mail message exchanging software
 
| Message Exchange (MX) is electronic mail software for OpenVMS VAX systems running VMS V5.0 or later, including OpenVMS V6.0, and OpenVMS AXP systems running OpenVMS AXP V1.0 or later. It supports Internet mail over CMU-OpenVMS TCP/IP, VMS/ULTRIX Connection, TGV MultiNet, Process Software's TCPware, and Wollongong's WIN/TCP and PathWay; BITNET mail over Wingra's Jnet; and UUCP mail over DECUS UUCP. Also included is support for SMTP message transfers over DECnet and X.25 (using VAX P.S.I) and L-Soft International's LISTSERV software. MX uses VMS Mail for local message entry and delivery, and includes support for mailing lists and mail-based file servers.
 
| Message Exchange (MX) is electronic mail software for OpenVMS VAX systems running VMS V5.0 or later, including OpenVMS V6.0, and OpenVMS AXP systems running OpenVMS AXP V1.0 or later. It supports Internet mail over CMU-OpenVMS TCP/IP, VMS/ULTRIX Connection, TGV MultiNet, Process Software's TCPware, and Wollongong's WIN/TCP and PathWay; BITNET mail over Wingra's Jnet; and UUCP mail over DECUS UUCP. Also included is support for SMTP message transfers over DECnet and X.25 (using VAX P.S.I) and L-Soft International's LISTSERV software. MX uses VMS Mail for local message entry and delivery, and includes support for mailing lists and mail-based file servers.
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|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Matt Madison
 
| Matt Madison
 
| 1994
 
| 1994
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| mx-digest
 
| mx-digest
 
| Create digests for Message Exchange (MX) mailing lists
 
| Create digests for Message Exchange (MX) mailing lists
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Hunter Goatley  
 
| Hunter Goatley  
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| mxsum
 
| mxsum
| Generate summaries from Message Exchange (MX) files (VAX and Alpha)
+
| Generate summaries from Message Exchange (MX) files
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Harold McKee
 
| Harold McKee
 
|
 
|
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| MWAIT, Process Hang Analyzer
 
| MWAIT, Process Hang Analyzer
 
| The MWAIT program provides detailed information about a hanging process or thread and attempts to determine the reason for the process going into its wait state.
 
| The MWAIT program provides detailed information about a hanging process or thread and attempts to determine the reason for the process going into its wait state.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| MXRN
 
| MXRN
 
| MXRN is an X-based interface to the USENET news system that uses the NNTP remote news server for accessing newsgroups and articles.  By using the NNTP server, users can read news from personal workstations with the program accessing the news groups and articles from a central repository on the local area network.
 
| MXRN is an X-based interface to the USENET news system that uses the NNTP remote news server for accessing newsgroups and articles.  By using the NNTP server, users can read news from personal workstations with the program accessing the news groups and articles from a central repository on the local area network.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| MySQL_4_1_1
 
| MySQL_4_1_1
 
| A port of MySQL 4.1.1 to OpenVMS.
 
| A port of MySQL 4.1.1 to OpenVMS.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| NASM
 
| NASM
 
| Portable Assembler for Intel IA-32 NASM, the Netwide Assembler.
 
| Portable Assembler for Intel IA-32 NASM, the Netwide Assembler.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| NBS
 
| NBS
 
| Synchronize System Time With NBS (NIST) Atomic Clock
 
| Synchronize System Time With NBS (NIST) Atomic Clock
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Marc L. Kozam  
 
| Marc L. Kozam  
 
|  
 
|  
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| ncs_convert
 
| ncs_convert
 
| charset conversion using NCS + conversion library
 
| charset conversion using NCS + conversion library
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| nds_vmsserv
 
| nds_vmsserv
 
| DCL version of VMSSERV: a VMS file server
 
| DCL version of VMSSERV: a VMS file server
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Nick de Smith
 
| Nick de Smith
 
|  
 
|  
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| NEDIT
 
| NEDIT
 
| GUI based multi-platform editor
 
| GUI based multi-platform editor
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|
 
|
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| NET3D
 
| NET3D
 
| A networked, multiplayer 3d combat game.  Version 0.08
 
| A networked, multiplayer 3d combat game.  Version 0.08
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Jamie Cameron
 
| Jamie Cameron
 
| 1994
 
| 1994
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|-
 
|-
 
| NETLIB V2.0C, Vendor-Independent TCP/Ip Routines
 
| NETLIB V2.0C, Vendor-Independent TCP/Ip Routines
| NETLIB consists of routines for interfacing with any of the following TCP/IP packages:
+
| NETLIB consists of routines for interfacing with any of the following TCP/IP packages:  
 
* CMU-Tek TCP/IP V6.5 or later                (OpenVMS VAX)
 
* CMU-Tek TCP/IP V6.5 or later                (OpenVMS VAX)
 
* DEC VMS/ULTRIX Connection V2.0 or later    (OpenVMS VAX and OpenVMS AXP)
 
* DEC VMS/ULTRIX Connection V2.0 or later    (OpenVMS VAX and OpenVMS AXP)
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* Process Software Corporation TCPware        (OpenVMS VAX and OpenVMS AXP)
 
* Process Software Corporation TCPware        (OpenVMS VAX and OpenVMS AXP)
 
* Wollongong Software WIN/TCP and PathWay    (OpenVMS VAX and OpenVMS AXP)
 
* Wollongong Software WIN/TCP and PathWay    (OpenVMS VAX and OpenVMS AXP)
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 +
|
 
| Matt Madison
 
| Matt Madison
 
| 1995
 
| 1995
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| NETMON
 
| NETMON
 
| Various network monitoring tools:
 
| Various network monitoring tools:
* MONHWA: this program will dump information about all nodes sending a MOP SYSID.  This listens to the Remote Console Multicast to gather  
+
* MONHWA: this program will dump information about all nodes sending a MOP SYSID.  This listens to the Remote Console Multicast to gather information about the nodes on the LAN.
  information about the nodes on the LAN.
 
 
* MONLAT: This program will listen for LAT multicast messages and display information from the messages it finds.
 
* MONLAT: This program will listen for LAT multicast messages and display information from the messages it finds.
 
* MONLAV: This program will dump information about Ethernet based clusters. It uses the cluster multicast message to gather information about clusters.
 
* MONLAV: This program will dump information about Ethernet based clusters. It uses the cluster multicast message to gather information about clusters.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| netperf
 
| netperf
 
| Network Performance Benchmark
 
| Network Performance Benchmark
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Rick Jones
 
| Rick Jones
 
|  
 
|  
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| NETRTG040
 
| NETRTG040
 
| Unsupported DECnet Phase IV Routing Key. enables both DECnet end-node and DECnet routing capabilities for DECnet Phase IV on MicroVMS V4.x and VAX/VMS V4.x.  This key does *not* enable DECnet on VAX/VMS V5.x nor any later VMS or OpenVMS releases.
 
| Unsupported DECnet Phase IV Routing Key. enables both DECnet end-node and DECnet routing capabilities for DECnet Phase IV on MicroVMS V4.x and VAX/VMS V4.x.  This key does *not* enable DECnet on VAX/VMS V5.x nor any later VMS or OpenVMS releases.
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]]
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| NETPBM
 
| NETPBM
 
| Suite of graphic image format manipulation & conversion pgms
 
| Suite of graphic image format manipulation & conversion pgms
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
| 1991
 
| 1991
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| NEWMAIL
 
| NEWMAIL
 
| This utility quickly generates a directory listing of new mail messages. Alternately, it displays your new message count.
 
| This utility quickly generates a directory listing of new mail messages. Alternately, it displays your new message count.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| newsletter
 
| newsletter
 
| TeX macros for producing newsletters
 
| TeX macros for producing newsletters
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
|  
 
|  
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| NEWSRDR V. 4.8-1, A VMS Mail-like USEnet NEWS reader
 
| NEWSRDR V. 4.8-1, A VMS Mail-like USEnet NEWS reader
 
| An NNTP client program for VMS systems running CMU-Tek TCP/IP, TGV MultiNet, DEC's VMS/ULTRIX Connection, or any TCP/IP package supported by the NETLIB network interface library.
 
| An NNTP client program for VMS systems running CMU-Tek TCP/IP, TGV MultiNet, DEC's VMS/ULTRIX Connection, or any TCP/IP package supported by the NETLIB network interface library.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Matt Madison
 
| Matt Madison
 
| 1995
 
| 1995
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|-
 
|-
 
| NIST_SET
 
| NIST_SET
| This program sets the system clock from or compares it with NIST-ACTS, the National Institute of Standards and Technology Automated Computer Time Service. It uses modem commands given by the user to dial the service, then reads and responds to the messages that are sent by NIST-ACTS.  NIST-ACTS will compute the actual round trip delay and if it receives four consecutive echos that fall within a certain range of variation, it will calculate the round trip time and
+
| This program sets the system clock from or compares it with NIST-ACTS, the National Institute of Standards and Technology Automated Computer Time Service. It uses modem commands given by the user to dial the service, then reads and responds to the messages that are sent by NIST-ACTS.  NIST-ACTS will compute the actual round trip delay and if it receives four consecutive echos that fall within a certain range of variation, it will calculate the round trip time and divide by two, then send a special character in a final message to indicate that time synchronization has been achieved. If synchronization can be achieved, and if the SYS$SETIME service is enabled, the program will set the clock.  In any case, it logs all data traffic along with the difference between the system time and NIST time.
divide by two, then send a special character in a final message to indicate that time synchronization has been achieved. If synchronization can be achieved, and if the SYS$SETIME service is enabled, the program will set the clock.  In any case, it logs all data traffic along with the difference between the system time and NIST time.
+
|
 +
|
 
| Dale Dellutri
 
| Dale Dellutri
 
| 1998
 
| 1998
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| Nmail, queued DECnet mail system for use with VMS Mail
 
| Nmail, queued DECnet mail system for use with VMS Mail
 
| Nmail works in conjunction with the  VMS  MAIL  utility  to  implement queued  transmission  of  mail.  This  allows you to queue up mail to nodes that are currently unreachable, for example, or to transmit long documents without needing to wait until transmission is complete.
 
| Nmail works in conjunction with the  VMS  MAIL  utility  to  implement queued  transmission  of  mail.  This  allows you to queue up mail to nodes that are currently unreachable, for example, or to transmit long documents without needing to wait until transmission is complete.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| NMLPHASEV, Phase IV NML listener for Phase V systems
 
| NMLPHASEV, Phase IV NML listener for Phase V systems
 
| This utility helps for the transition to phase V in a phase IV network by providing a reduced NML able to process simple commands such as show node show kno node, show executor.
 
| This utility helps for the transition to phase V in a phase IV network by providing a reduced NML able to process simple commands such as show node show kno node, show executor.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| NNMCVT
 
| NNMCVT
 
| Nnmcvt is a self-contained utility to export VMS mail in a format that can be read directly by Nnmail.
 
| Nnmcvt is a self-contained utility to export VMS mail in a format that can be read directly by Nnmail.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Marty Jack
 
| Marty Jack
 
| 1995
 
| 1995
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| NNTPD
 
| NNTPD
 
| DEC Threads NNTP Server for OpenVMS  - is RFC977 compliant, compact, and lightweight news server for OpenVMS. It uses: DEC Threads, MadGoad NETLIB  for network I/O, RMS  for storing messages in database. It works with LYNX, Netscape Navigator and others.
 
| DEC Threads NNTP Server for OpenVMS  - is RFC977 compliant, compact, and lightweight news server for OpenVMS. It uses: DEC Threads, MadGoad NETLIB  for network I/O, RMS  for storing messages in database. It works with LYNX, Netscape Navigator and others.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Ruslan Laishev
 
| Ruslan Laishev
 
|  
 
|  
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| NOLOGIN
 
| NOLOGIN
 
| Display users not logged in for x days
 
| Display users not logged in for x days
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| Lyle W. West
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| NOPE
 
| NOPE
| Simulate a PURGE to see what would be deleted (VAX and Alpha)
+
| Simulate a PURGE to see what would be deleted
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| 2005
 
| 2005
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| NOTES
 
| NOTES
 
| Notes conferences allow discussions among engineering teams, and can also be used for publication, tracking, and other related tasks.
 
| Notes conferences allow discussions among engineering teams, and can also be used for publication, tracking, and other related tasks.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| NOTIFY
 
| NOTIFY
 
| Notifies you when an already-submitted batch job is done.|  
 
| Notifies you when an already-submitted batch job is done.|  
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
| 60
 
| 60
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| NOTICE V1.10
 
| NOTICE V1.10
 
| NOTICE informs users of important (?) notices when they log in to a VMS system such as system changes (new software, new operating hours, etc.). When a user logs in, he/she is informed of any new notices added to the system since his/her last interactive login.
 
| NOTICE informs users of important (?) notices when they log in to a VMS system such as system changes (new software, new operating hours, etc.). When a user logs in, he/she is informed of any new notices added to the system since his/her last interactive login.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
| 1995
 
| 1995
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| NOVIRUS
 
| NOVIRUS
 
| Validates images using CRC32 checksum
 
| Validates images using CRC32 checksum
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Maarten van Breemen
 
| Maarten van Breemen
 
| 1994
 
| 1994
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| NPDCL
 
| NPDCL
 
| DCL routines for clock calendar VT keyboards etc.
 
| DCL routines for clock calendar VT keyboards etc.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| NSquery V3.0-3, Query Internet domain name servers
 
| NSquery V3.0-3, Query Internet domain name servers
 
| NSQUERY issues a query to an Internet domain name server and displays the resultant reply.
 
| NSQUERY issues a query to an Internet domain name server and displays the resultant reply.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Matt Madison
 
| Matt Madison
 
| 1994
 
| 1994
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|-
 
|-
 
| NTNOTES
 
| NTNOTES
| Permits Windows NT clients to read OpenVMS Notes Conferences
+
| Permits Windows NT clients to read OpenVMS Notes Conferences via IP.
via IP.
+
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| OBJECT
 
| OBJECT
 
| Display OpenVMS VAX Object File Details
 
| Display OpenVMS VAX Object File Details
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]]
 
| Joe Meadows
 
| Joe Meadows
 
|
 
|
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| ODS-2 Reader
 
| ODS-2 Reader
 
| Program to read VMS (ODS-2) disk file struct with src
 
| Program to read VMS (ODS-2) disk file struct with src
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| ods-2-reader-for-osf-1
 
| ods-2-reader-for-osf-1
 
| Read ODS-2 copy files on OSF/1 Unix
 
| Read ODS-2 copy files on OSF/1 Unix
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Glenn Everhart
 
| Glenn Everhart
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| ods-2-reader
 
| ods-2-reader
| Portable ODS-2 file structure reader (originally called GETVMS)
+
| Portable ODS-2 file structure reader (originally called GETVMS).Read ODS-2 (VMS filesytem) disks under OpenVMS VAX, OpenVMS AXP, and UN*X
Read ODS-2 (VMS filesytem) disks under OpenVMS VAX, OpenVMS AXP, and UN*X
+
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Mark Bartelt, N. Wilson, S. Sjogren, Carl Lydick, George Carrette
 
| Mark Bartelt, N. Wilson, S. Sjogren, Carl Lydick, George Carrette
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| OMI
 
| OMI
| A feature rich menu development tool. Oscar's Menu Interpreter is a menu environment that reads menu files
+
| A feature rich menu development tool. Oscar's Menu Interpreter is a menu environment that reads menu files and represents the menu structure on a ChUI based window. OMI does not perform any actions on its own. Additional procedures are required to handle upon the users input. It comes with a toolbox loaded with functions that can be used to create these procedures. OMI is written to create a standard user interface for all kinds of actions, with a clear structure, support for different security levels and password protection.
and represents the menu structure on a ChUI based window. OMI does not perform any actions on its own. Additional procedures are required to handle upon the users input. It comes with a toolbox
+
|
loaded with functions that can be used to create these procedures.
+
|
OMI is written to create a standard user interface for all kinds of
 
actions, with a clear structure, support for different security levels
 
and password protection.
 
 
| Oscar van Eijk
 
| Oscar van Eijk
 
| 1997
 
| 1997
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| OpenSSL
 
| OpenSSL
 
| Library implementing the Secure Socket Layer SSL
 
| Library implementing the Secure Socket Layer SSL
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| OpenVMS FAQ
 
| OpenVMS FAQ
 
| Frequently Asked Questions about OpenVMS
 
| Frequently Asked Questions about OpenVMS
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| OSCOMMERCE
 
| OSCOMMERCE
 
| This is a prototype OpenVMS port of the osCommerce eCommerce web storefront.
 
| This is a prototype OpenVMS port of the osCommerce eCommerce web storefront.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| osu_httpd
 
| osu_httpd
 
| OSU HTTP server using DECthreads
 
| OSU HTTP server using DECthreads
 +
|
 +
|
 
| David L. Jones  
 
| David L. Jones  
 
| 1996
 
| 1996
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| ORPHANS
 
| ORPHANS
 
| Orphan is a mail tool that checks for mail message files with no pointers from MAIL.MAI. It also checks for pointers in MAIL.MAI with no mail message files.
 
| Orphan is a mail tool that checks for mail message files with no pointers from MAIL.MAI. It also checks for pointers in MAIL.MAI with no mail message files.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| OSU HTTPD 1.8,OSU DECthreads HTTP Server Version 1.8
 
| OSU HTTPD 1.8,OSU DECthreads HTTP Server Version 1.8
 
| This is an updated version (1.8) of the multi-threaded World Wide Web server (HTTPD) from OSU.
 
| This is an updated version (1.8) of the multi-threaded World Wide Web server (HTTPD) from OSU.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| OUTPUT_LOGGER
 
| OUTPUT_LOGGER
 
| Capture output from multiple sources to a single file
 
| Capture output from multiple sources to a single file
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|
 
|
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| PACMAN
 
| PACMAN
 
| A pacman-style game
 
| A pacman-style game
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| packasm
 
| packasm
| Usenet News PACKASM (PACKage ASseMbler) Utility for VAX and Alpha
+
| Usenet News PACKASM (PACKage ASseMbler) Utility
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Eric M. LaFranchi
 
| Eric M. LaFranchi
 
| 1993
 
| 1993
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| pakgen
 
| pakgen
 
| This License Product Authorization Key (PAK) license generation (PAKGEN) package allows a hobbyist programmer or system manager to add license calls into local application code, and to use these home-grown FREEWARE licenses to control and to track and to manage user-level access into local applications using LMF.  You can limit the numbers of parallel uses of a locally-licensed application using the LMF units or activitiesmechanisms, and you can enable or disable access to an application by loading or unloading a particular locally-defined license PAK.
 
| This License Product Authorization Key (PAK) license generation (PAKGEN) package allows a hobbyist programmer or system manager to add license calls into local application code, and to use these home-grown FREEWARE licenses to control and to track and to manage user-level access into local applications using LMF.  You can limit the numbers of parallel uses of a locally-licensed application using the LMF units or activitiesmechanisms, and you can enable or disable access to an application by loading or unloading a particular locally-defined license PAK.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| PAN, Professional Adjunct to vaxNotes
 
| PAN, Professional Adjunct to vaxNotes
 
| The Professional Adjunct to Notes (PAN) is a utility which provides added value features to those provided by Digitals standard VAXNOTES product.
 
| The Professional Adjunct to Notes (PAN) is a utility which provides added value features to those provided by Digitals standard VAXNOTES product.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| PARALYZE
 
| PARALYZE
 
| Terminal Lock and Automatic Logout Tool
 
| Terminal Lock and Automatic Logout Tool
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Nick Hilliard
 
| Nick Hilliard
 
| 1992
 
| 1992
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* Variations of the owner field from the UAF
 
* Variations of the owner field from the UAF
 
* Any word in a data file supplemental to the VMS provided dictionary.
 
* Any word in a data file supplemental to the VMS provided dictionary.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Tad Nieland
 
| Tad Nieland
 
|
 
|
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| PASLIB
 
| PASLIB
 
| PASLIB has been  developed  to  allow  Pascal  programmers  to take full advantage of many Digital library and system routines which increase the ease  of use, and scope of application of the language.  In  combination with  the  Digital-supplied  programming  language  facilities  such  as STARLET,  PASLIB  provides  the  Pascal  programmer with a comprehensive environment for both application  and  systems programming.  It is usual to  INHERIT environment files which contain the appropriate declarations for the programming  environment  concerned.
 
| PASLIB has been  developed  to  allow  Pascal  programmers  to take full advantage of many Digital library and system routines which increase the ease  of use, and scope of application of the language.  In  combination with  the  Digital-supplied  programming  language  facilities  such  as STARLET,  PASLIB  provides  the  Pascal  programmer with a comprehensive environment for both application  and  systems programming.  It is usual to  INHERIT environment files which contain the appropriate declarations for the programming  environment  concerned.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Jonathan Ridler
 
| Jonathan Ridler
 
|
 
|
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* PWDEXP, given a username, displays date password last changed, date password will expire, password lifetime and the DISUSER flag if set
 
* PWDEXP, given a username, displays date password last changed, date password will expire, password lifetime and the DISUSER flag if set
 
* PWDSET, given a username, will prompt for a new password and password verifications and change it, bypassing the history, dictionary, and length restrictions imposed by Authorize
 
* PWDSET, given a username, will prompt for a new password and password verifications and change it, bypassing the history, dictionary, and length restrictions imposed by Authorize
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| Lyle W. West
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| password
 
| password
| Save, modify, and restore user passwords (VAX and Alpha)
+
| Save, modify, and restore user passwords
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Hans van Veen, ITT Gouden Gids Netherlands  
 
| Hans van Veen, ITT Gouden Gids Netherlands  
 
| 1994
 
| 1994
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| PBMPLUS, Portable Bit Map Toolkit (10dec91 version)
 
| PBMPLUS, Portable Bit Map Toolkit (10dec91 version)
 
| PBMPLUS is a toolkit for converting various image formats to and from portable formats, and therefore to and from each other.  In addition to the converters, the package includes some simple tools for manipulating the portable formats.
 
| PBMPLUS is a toolkit for converting various image formats to and from portable formats, and therefore to and from each other.  In addition to the converters, the package includes some simple tools for manipulating the portable formats.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
| 1991
 
| 1991
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| pbm_tex
 
| pbm_tex
 
| Converts Public Bitmap (.PBM) files to TeX fonts (requires PBMPLUS)
 
| Converts Public Bitmap (.PBM) files to TeX fonts (requires PBMPLUS)
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| PCAL
 
| PCAL
 
| Generates Custom Postscript calendars from simple date entry data file
 
| Generates Custom Postscript calendars from simple date entry data file
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|  
 
|  
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| PDP_SIMULATORS
 
| PDP_SIMULATORS
 
| PDP-8 and PDP-11 simulators
 
| PDP-8 and PDP-11 simulators
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| PERIODIC
 
| PERIODIC
 
| Front-end procedure for resubmitting batch jobs
 
| Front-end procedure for resubmitting batch jobs
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| PERF_METER
 
| PERF_METER
| Motif-based graphical performance meter for OpenVMS VAX and Alpha
+
| Motif-based graphical performance meter
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Phil Ottewell  
 
| Phil Ottewell  
 
|  
 
|  
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| PERL
 
| PERL
 
| A port of PERL5 to VMS.
 
| A port of PERL5 to VMS.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| perl-tk
 
| perl-tk
 
| This is an OpenVMS port of Perl/Tk-804.026.  
 
| This is an OpenVMS port of Perl/Tk-804.026.  
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Philippe Vouters
 
| Philippe Vouters
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| permanent
 
| permanent
| Define permanent DCL symbols that can't be deleted or redefined! (OpenVMS VAX and Alpha)
+
| Define permanent DCL symbols that can't be deleted or redefined
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Brian Schenkenberger
 
| Brian Schenkenberger
 
| 1994
 
| 1994
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| PERSONAL
 
| PERSONAL
 
| Become another user using identifiers. PERSONA is a C rewrite and enhancement of the GLOGIN utility written by Anthony C. McCracken, Northern Arizona University, in 1992.
 
| Become another user using identifiers. PERSONA is a C rewrite and enhancement of the GLOGIN utility written by Anthony C. McCracken, Northern Arizona University, in 1992.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| 1999
 
| 1999
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| PDUMP, Process Dump System Service
 
| PDUMP, Process Dump System Service
 
| The Process Dump system service creates a process dump file of any running process on an OpenVMS Alpha system (running Version 7.0 or higher). The dump files produced are suitable for analysis with the ANALYZE/PROCESS_DUMP Utility.
 
| The Process Dump system service creates a process dump file of any running process on an OpenVMS Alpha system (running Version 7.0 or higher). The dump files produced are suitable for analysis with the ANALYZE/PROCESS_DUMP Utility.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| pf_sda
 
| pf_sda
| PF$SDA is a SDA extension (using the API first documented for VMS V7.2)  
+
| PF$SDA is a SDA extension (using the API first documented for VMS V7.2) which determines which processes are using a specified page file. PF$SDA can be used to look at a crash dump or at a running system.
which determines which processes are using a specified page file. PF$SDA can be used to look at a crash dump or at a running system.
+
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| pfm
 
| pfm
| PFM, System_Mgmt, Monitor system performance and alert anomolies. This package runs on ALPHA VMS 7.3-1 or 7.3-2 only (it should work on 8.x but  
+
| Monitor system performance and alert anomolies. This package runs on ALPHA VMS 7.3-1 or 7.3-2 only (it should work on 8.x but has not been tested). It gathers each item provided by $GETRMI and in a cycle calcualates 'normal' performance. ALerts are generated if values outside the calculated norm are seen. Full source and doc included.
has not been tested). It gathers each item provided by $GETRMI and in a cycle
+
|
calcualates 'normal' performance. ALerts are generated if values outside the  
+
|
calculated norm are seen. Full source and doc included.
 
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| phpbb-2_0_21
 
| phpbb-2_0_21
| This is a web-based bulletin-board discussion forum package implemented  
+
| This is a web-based bulletin-board discussion forum package implemented using php and MySQL, and the Apache web server.
using php and MySQL, and the Apache web server.
+
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| phpbbblog
 
| phpbbblog
| This is a web-based blogging server, built using phpBB, php, MySQL,  
+
| This is a web-based blogging server, built using phpBB, php, MySQL, and the Apache web server.
and the Apache web server.
+
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| PINE
 
| PINE
 
| A tool for reading, sending, and managing electronic messages.  It was designed specifically with novice computer users in mind, but can be tailored to accommodate the needs of "power users" as well.  Pine uses Internet message protocols (e.g. RFC-822, SMTP, MIME, IMAP, NNTP) and runs on Unix and MS-DOS.
 
| A tool for reading, sending, and managing electronic messages.  It was designed specifically with novice computer users in mind, but can be tailored to accommodate the needs of "power users" as well.  Pine uses Internet message protocols (e.g. RFC-822, SMTP, MIME, IMAP, NNTP) and runs on Unix and MS-DOS.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Pine is the work of Mike Seibel, Mark Crispin, Steve Hubert, Sheryl Erez, David Miller and Laurence Lundblade at the University of Washington Office of Computing and Communications
 
| Pine is the work of Mike Seibel, Mark Crispin, Steve Hubert, Sheryl Erez, David Miller and Laurence Lundblade at the University of Washington Office of Computing and Communications
 
|
 
|
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| plot_xps
 
| plot_xps
 
| C library to produce PostScript file and X window graph
 
| C library to produce PostScript file and X window graph
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| plot_ps
 
| plot_ps
 
| C library to produce PostScript file
 
| C library to produce PostScript file
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| PMFD
 
| PMFD
 
| Poor Man's File Defragger (IO$_MOVE on one file)
 
| Poor Man's File Defragger (IO$_MOVE on one file)
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| PMX-137, Pre-Processor for MusixTeX score macros
 
| PMX-137, Pre-Processor for MusixTeX score macros
| This is the Unix/C version of PMX-1.3.7 . It was generated from the
+
| This is the Unix/C version of PMX-1.3.7 . It was generated from the Fortran source code with Netlib's F2C.
fortran source code with Netlib's F2C.
+
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| PNG081
 
| PNG081
 
| PNG V 0.81 and ZLIB v 0.95 libraries
 
| PNG V 0.81 and ZLIB v 0.95 libraries
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| ppl
 
| ppl
 
| PPL, Software, Runtime routines to support PPL libraries
 
| PPL, Software, Runtime routines to support PPL libraries
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| pppd_kit
 
| pppd_kit
 
| Point-to-Point Protocol Daemon for OpenVMS
 
| Point-to-Point Protocol Daemon for OpenVMS
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| PRIVDCL
 
| PRIVDCL
 
| Allow non-privileged execution of DCL procedures with [[Privileges|privileges]]
 
| Allow non-privileged execution of DCL procedures with [[Privileges|privileges]]
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Robert Lowe
 
| Robert Lowe
 
|
 
|
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| processview
 
| processview
 
| Qt-based UI for SCADA applications tool
 
| Qt-based UI for SCADA applications tool
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| profile
 
| profile
 
| Menu-based SYSUAF Management Tool
 
| Menu-based SYSUAF Management Tool
 +
|
 +
|
 
| John Howells
 
| John Howells
 
|  
 
|  
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| project
 
| project
 
| Manage Project Access
 
| Manage Project Access
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Brian Tillman  
 
| Brian Tillman  
 
| 1994  
 
| 1994  
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| pstat
 
| pstat
 
| Display process status for all or selected processes
 
| Display process status for all or selected processes
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Vadim Gorokhovsky
 
| Vadim Gorokhovsky
 
| 1993
 
| 1993
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| ps-to-text
 
| ps-to-text
 
| Convert Postscript documents to plain ASCII text
 
| Convert Postscript documents to plain ASCII text
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Andrew Birrell and Paul McJones, ported to VMS by Hunter Goatley
 
| Andrew Birrell and Paul McJones, ported to VMS by Hunter Goatley
 
|
 
|
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| psutils
 
| psutils
 
| PostScript Utilities Release 1 Patchlevel 17
 
| PostScript Utilities Release 1 Patchlevel 17
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Angus Duggan
 
| Angus Duggan
 
| 1991
 
| 1991
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|-
 
|-
 
| pwait_sda
 
| pwait_sda
| PWAIT$SDA,UTILITIES, a SDA extension to display info about a waiting process  
+
| PWAIT$SDA,UTILITIES, a SDA extension to display info about a waiting process. PWAIT$SDA is a SDA extension (using the API first documented for VMS V7.2) which displays information about a process waiting and what it is waiting for. PWAIT$SDA can be used to look at a crash dump or at a running system. PWAIT$SDA is intended to help investigating why a process appears hung.
PWAIT$SDA is a SDA extension (using the API first documented for VMS V7.2)  
+
|
which displays information about a process waiting and what it is waiting for.
+
|
PWAIT$SDA can be used to look at a crash dump or at a running system. PWAIT$SDA is intended to help investigating why a process appears hung.
 
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| QBTOTP
 
| QBTOTP
 
| QBTOTP for OpenVMS
 
| QBTOTP for OpenVMS
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| QLOGIN
 
| QLOGIN
 
| LOGINOUT-time display of run-time info. A program that runs before LOGINOUT to display run-time info
 
| LOGINOUT-time display of run-time info. A program that runs before LOGINOUT to display run-time info
 +
|
 +
|
 
|Marc A. Shannon  
 
|Marc A. Shannon  
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| que_mon
 
| que_mon
| An SMG$ print queue manager for OpenVMS VAX and OpenVMS AXP
+
| An SMG$ [[Queue#Print queues|print queue]] manager
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Brian Dickerson and Baron Chandler
 
| Brian Dickerson and Baron Chandler
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| quota
 
| quota
| Return DISKQUOTA info for users/devices under OpenVMS VAX and AXP
+
| Return DISKQUOTA info for users/devices
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| ramdriver
 
| ramdriver
| A RAM Disk Driver for OpenVMS VAX
+
| A RAM Disk Driver
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]]
 
| Gerard K. Newman  
 
| Gerard K. Newman  
 
| 1993
 
| 1993
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| rcs
 
| rcs
 
| Gnu RCS source control tool ported to VMS
 
| Gnu RCS source control tool ported to VMS
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| REGEDIT
 
| REGEDIT
| Regedit is a program to look at or modify the registryserver database. It is a full screen (SMG) program and looks like the (MS-)Windows regedit. If you use the DecWindows environment, you can use mouse-clicks, otherwise you must use keyboard-keys. Because the registry-server exists only on alpha, there is not VAX version.
+
| Regedit is a program to look at or modify the registryserver database. It is a full screen (SMG) program and looks like the (MS-)Windows regedit. If you use the DecWindows environment, you can use mouse-clicks, otherwise you must use keyboard-keys.
 +
|
 +
| [[Alpha]]
 
| Fekko Stubbe
 
| Fekko Stubbe
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| remind-dcl
 
| remind-dcl
| A simple reminder system written in DCL
+
| A simple reminder system
 +
| DCL
 +
|
 
| Mark Van-Bellen  
 
| Mark Van-Bellen  
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| remind
 
| remind
| A simple reminder utility for OpenVMS [[VAX]] and [[Alpha]]
+
| A simple reminder utility for OpenVMS
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
| 1986
 
| 1986
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| remote
 
| remote
 
| Execute DCL commands on remote [[DECnet]] nodes
 
| Execute DCL commands on remote [[DECnet]] nodes
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Author unknown, modified by Hunter Goatley
 
| Author unknown, modified by Hunter Goatley
 
| 1994  
 
| 1994  
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| rf
 
| rf
 
| Apply DCL command(s) to multiple files
 
| Apply DCL command(s) to multiple files
 +
|
 +
|
 
| John Kelley  
 
| John Kelley  
 
|
 
|
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| rms_interface
 
| rms_interface
 
| Comprehensive interface to RMS for high-level languages
 
| Comprehensive interface to RMS for high-level languages
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Mark S. Frank  
 
| Mark S. Frank  
 
|  
 
|  
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* gmake
 
* gmake
 
* gzip
 
* gzip
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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* multiple forwarding addresses;
 
* multiple forwarding addresses;
 
* multiple filters to discard messages based on "From" and "Subject" lines.
 
* multiple filters to discard messages based on "From" and "Subject" lines.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|
 
|
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| POVRAY, Persistence of Vision Raytracer
 
| POVRAY, Persistence of Vision Raytracer
 
| Persistence Of Vision (POV) is a widely used raytracer. This version has been modified to display it's preview window on 24-plane systems, as well as 8-plane systems. It is also "quiet" by default (does not print information messages).
 
| Persistence Of Vision (POV) is a widely used raytracer. This version has been modified to display it's preview window on 24-plane systems, as well as 8-plane systems. It is also "quiet" by default (does not print information messages).
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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* XTGA directly displays the .TGA (TARGA) output files. It uses the X11 previewer code from POVRAY.
 
* XTGA directly displays the .TGA (TARGA) output files. It uses the X11 previewer code from POVRAY.
 
* TGA2GIF converts .TGA files into .GIF files that can be viewed using any of the standard GIF viewers like XGIF or XV.
 
* TGA2GIF converts .TGA files into .GIF files that can be viewed using any of the standard GIF viewers like XGIF or XV.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| PP, Pretty Pascal, Pascal Pre-Processor
 
| PP, Pretty Pascal, Pascal Pre-Processor
 
| Formats Pascal code
 
| Formats Pascal code
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Jonathan Ridler
 
| Jonathan Ridler
 
| 1998
 
| 1998
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| PQM
 
| PQM
 
| Print Queue Manager for Users and Operators.  PQM is a screen-based utility which presents a user-friendly interface to the OpenVMS [[Queue#Print queues|print queue]] system.  It is designed for ease-of-use by users and operators who do not wish to learn, or have no direct access to, the DCL commands which are relevant to printer queues.
 
| Print Queue Manager for Users and Operators.  PQM is a screen-based utility which presents a user-friendly interface to the OpenVMS [[Queue#Print queues|print queue]] system.  It is designed for ease-of-use by users and operators who do not wish to learn, or have no direct access to, the DCL commands which are relevant to printer queues.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Jeremy Begg
 
| Jeremy Begg
 
| 2000
 
| 2000
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| PREFER
 
| PREFER
 
| Specify a preferred path for DSA disks.
 
| Specify a preferred path for DSA disks.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
| 40
 
| 40
 
|-
 
|-
| PROBE, VAX Ethernet monitor / statistics / capture / playback
+
| PROBE, VAX Ethernet monitor/statistics/capture/playback
 
| A network monitoring tool which allows the real-time capture and/or graphical display of Ethernet traffic activity and the tabular formatting of previously collected frame and/or data.
 
| A network monitoring tool which allows the real-time capture and/or graphical display of Ethernet traffic activity and the tabular formatting of previously collected frame and/or data.
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]]
 
| Stephane Germain
 
| Stephane Germain
 
| 1989
 
| 1989
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| PROCLIST
 
| PROCLIST
 
| This utility generates a list of all processes for the current username on the system/cluster.  
 
| This utility generates a list of all processes for the current username on the system/cluster.  
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| PRODUSE010, Product Usage by Imagename and Username
 
| PRODUSE010, Product Usage by Imagename and Username
 
| This tool uses data collected by DECps or VPA to build an array of Imagenames and Usernames run on different Cluster nodes over the time specified (one month is the minimum suggested interval). The report produced lists all images run on the systems sorted by product name (if known) and imagename with the maximum number of concurrent users and the number of different usernames running the product on each node. The /user=username qualifier produces a report showing all images run by a single user and the /image=imagename qualifier produces a report showing all users of an image.
 
| This tool uses data collected by DECps or VPA to build an array of Imagenames and Usernames run on different Cluster nodes over the time specified (one month is the minimum suggested interval). The report produced lists all images run on the systems sorted by product name (if known) and imagename with the maximum number of concurrent users and the number of different usernames running the product on each node. The /user=username qualifier produces a report showing all images run by a single user and the /image=imagename qualifier produces a report showing all users of an image.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| PSICOPY V.3.1-4, File Transfer via X.25
 
| PSICOPY V.3.1-4, File Transfer via X.25
 
| This program allows the transfer via X.25 of any kind of VMS files, including file attributes, transfert restart, crc checks, authentication, and more.
 
| This program allows the transfer via X.25 of any kind of VMS files, including file attributes, transfert restart, crc checks, authentication, and more.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| PSPLOT
 
| PSPLOT
| PSPLOT is a Fortran-callable library of subroutines used for creating publication-quality graphics in the form of PostScript files. It is written in Fortran 77 and supports the standard 35 PostScript fonts and color.
+
| PSPLOT is a Fortran-callable library of subroutines used for creating publication-quality graphics in the form of PostScript files. It supports the standard 35 PostScript fonts and color.
 +
| Fortran 77
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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* The maximum quota values used by the process during the current  PQUOTA run.
 
* The maximum quota values used by the process during the current  PQUOTA run.
 
* Enabled and pending AST's for this process.
 
* Enabled and pending AST's for this process.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| PYTHON
 
| PYTHON
 
| Portable Python for OpenVMS
 
| Portable Python for OpenVMS
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|
 
|
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| RADIUS
 
| RADIUS
 
| Remote authentication dial in user service (RADIUS)
 
| Remote authentication dial in user service (RADIUS)
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Ruslan Laishev
 
| Ruslan Laishev
 
|  
 
|  
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| PWAIT$SDA
 
| PWAIT$SDA
 
| PWAIT$SDA,UTILITIES, a SDA extension to display info about a waiting process PWAIT$SDA is a SDA extension (using the API first documented for VMS V7.2) which displays information about a process waiting and what it is waiting for. It is intended to help investigating why a process appears hung.
 
| PWAIT$SDA,UTILITIES, a SDA extension to display info about a waiting process PWAIT$SDA is a SDA extension (using the API first documented for VMS V7.2) which displays information about a process waiting and what it is waiting for. It is intended to help investigating why a process appears hung.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Ian Miller
 
| Ian Miller
 
|  
 
|  
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| PWD_UPDATE
 
| PWD_UPDATE
 
| Helpdesk password change utility. The user is prompted for a username and then presented with the last LOGIN and PASSWORD CHANGE date.  The caller should be asked these questions.  If they are answered correctly, the password can be changed.  If not, the account can be disabled. This program uses the SYS$SETUAI service to change the password and set any relevant flags, but due to a "feature" of LOGINOUT, it has to modify the UAF file directly to pre-expire the account.
 
| Helpdesk password change utility. The user is prompted for a username and then presented with the last LOGIN and PASSWORD CHANGE date.  The caller should be asked these questions.  If they are answered correctly, the password can be changed.  If not, the account can be disabled. This program uses the SYS$SETUAI service to change the password and set any relevant flags, but due to a "feature" of LOGINOUT, it has to modify the UAF file directly to pre-expire the account.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Robert Eden
 
| Robert Eden
 
|  
 
|  
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| QI, VMS CCSO Nameserver version 3.09
 
| QI, VMS CCSO Nameserver version 3.09
 
| The CCSO Nameserver is a computer resident "phone book".  It can keep a relatively small amount of information about a relatively large number of people or things, and provide fast access to that information over the Internet.
 
| The CCSO Nameserver is a computer resident "phone book".  It can keep a relatively small amount of information about a relatively large number of people or things, and provide fast access to that information over the Internet.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| RAID Evaluator
 
| RAID Evaluator
 
| A copy of the StorageWorks(TM) RAID Evaluator program, V1.9, an experimental version of the program. It contains new features, but has not been thoroughly tested.
 
| A copy of the StorageWorks(TM) RAID Evaluator program, V1.9, an experimental version of the program. It contains new features, but has not been thoroughly tested.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| StorageWorks
 
| StorageWorks
 
| 1993
 
| 1993
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|-
 
|-
 
| RAMDISK
 
| RAMDISK
| Fast RAMDISK driver for OpenVMS VAX
+
| Fast RAMDISK driver
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]]
 
| Gerard K. Newman
 
| Gerard K. Newman
 
| 1993
 
| 1993
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| ROUTINE ANALYZER,
 
| ROUTINE ANALYZER,
 
| Routine call analyzer for C and BLISS source code  
 
| Routine call analyzer for C and BLISS source code  
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Steve Branam
 
| Steve Branam
 
|  
 
|  
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| RCARD V1.3, Read Cardfiler cards on VT Terminal
 
| RCARD V1.3, Read Cardfiler cards on VT Terminal
 
| Displays DECwindows/Motif Cardfiler cards on regular VT terminals. Only text-only card files are supported.
 
| Displays DECwindows/Motif Cardfiler cards on regular VT terminals. Only text-only card files are supported.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
|
 
|
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| RELOAD
 
| RELOAD
 
| Reloads DECW$XDEFAULTS into the root window dynamically so that the changes have immediate effect.
 
| Reloads DECW$XDEFAULTS into the root window dynamically so that the changes have immediate effect.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| REVE
 
| REVE
 
| Reve is a version of the popular Othello game under Motif.  It  contains graphical  interfaces for SunView, X11 and XView, as well as being able to function on normal display terminals using a termcap interface.
 
| Reve is a version of the popular Othello game under Motif.  It  contains graphical  interfaces for SunView, X11 and XView, as well as being able to function on normal display terminals using a termcap interface.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Yves Gallot and Rich Burridge
 
| Yves Gallot and Rich Burridge
 
|
 
|
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| RMS_LOCKS  
 
| RMS_LOCKS  
 
| This program will scan the DLM database capturing all locks for RMS files and records.  It will then traverse the data displaying ALL locks, or only BLOCKed locks.
 
| This program will scan the DLM database capturing all locks for RMS files and records.  It will then traverse the data displaying ALL locks, or only BLOCKed locks.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|  
 
|  
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* GLOBAL_BUFFER_HELPER.COM, Command file to add up RMS global buffer  resource requirements for a wildcarded filespec.
 
* GLOBAL_BUFFER_HELPER.COM, Command file to add up RMS global buffer  resource requirements for a wildcarded filespec.
 
* INDEXED_FILE_COUNT.BAS, Program to quickly (relative to ANALYZE/RMS) count valid, deleted and re-vectored record in an RMS indexed file.
 
* INDEXED_FILE_COUNT.BAS, Program to quickly (relative to ANALYZE/RMS) count valid, deleted and re-vectored record in an RMS indexed file.
* INDEXED_FILE_PATCH.BAS;1, Program to quickly (relative to ANALYZE/RMS) validate the structure for an RMS indexed file which is suspected  to have multiple corrupted areas due to hardware failure.
+
* INDEXED_FILE_PATCH.BAS;1, Program to quickly (relative to ANALYZE/RMS) validate the structure for an RMS indexed file which is suspected  to have multiple corrupted areas due to hardware failure.
 
*DEBUG.COM, illy command flip debug bit in image header (used for ZAP)
 
*DEBUG.COM, illy command flip debug bit in image header (used for ZAP)
 
* LINK.COM, Silly LINK command file to pull in VAXCRTL.
 
* LINK.COM, Silly LINK command file to pull in VAXCRTL.
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* SET_DIR.C, omplement to SET FILE/NODIR. (Patch to hole in foot :-)
 
* SET_DIR.C, omplement to SET FILE/NODIR. (Patch to hole in foot :-)
 
* SHOW_ROOTS.C, Example program from RMS reference manual which will show the index root levels for files.
 
* SHOW_ROOTS.C, Example program from RMS reference manual which will show the index root levels for files.
* ZAP.MAR, imple tool to use the VMS Debugger to PATCH buckets in an RMS indexed file (or any file really). Proven useful trying to recover remote files over slow links.
+
* ZAP.MAR, imple tool to use the VMS Debugger to PATCH buckets in an RMS indexed file (or any file really). Proven useful trying to recover remote files over slow links.
 +
| BASIC, C
 +
| [[VAX]]
 
| Hein van den Heuvel
 
| Hein van den Heuvel
 
|
 
|
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| RMS_JRNL_SNAP
 
| RMS_JRNL_SNAP
 
| RMS After-Image Journal Snapshot Utility allows RMS after-image journal files to be copied and truncated in place with concurrent online access. This utility allows non-stop application operation where it might otherwise be unavailable due to having to create new RMS after-image journal files on a periodic basis.
 
| RMS After-Image Journal Snapshot Utility allows RMS after-image journal files to be copied and truncated in place with concurrent online access. This utility allows non-stop application operation where it might otherwise be unavailable due to having to create new RMS after-image journal files on a periodic basis.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| Rocks and Diamonds
 
| Rocks and Diamonds
| A port of a "Boulderdash" (Commodore C64) or "Emerald Mine"
+
| A port of a "Boulderdash" (Commodore C64) or "Emerald Mine" (Amiga)-like game under OpenVMS (X11)
(Amiga)-like game under OpenVMS (X11)
+
|
 +
|
 
| Holger Schemel
 
| Holger Schemel
 
| 1995
 
| 1995
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| Rosegarden
 
| Rosegarden
 
| Musical Notation Editor and Midi Sequencer
 
| Musical Notation Editor and Midi Sequencer
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Chris Cannam
 
| Chris Cannam
 
| 1998
 
| 1998
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| RUBY
 
| RUBY
 
| Ruby Object Oriented Programming Language for OpenVMS
 
| Ruby Object Oriented Programming Language for OpenVMS
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|
 
|
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| RULEWORKS
 
| RULEWORKS
 
| RuleWorks is a language, compiler (with debugger), and Run-Time Library for constructing high performance, modular, object-oriented, forward-chaining, rules-based applications.  (RuleWorks is an evolutionary step past OPS5.) It provides portability by producing ANSI C sources which can then be compiled with any of the leading C or C++ compilers. There is a Run-Time Library for each supported platform and C compiler.
 
| RuleWorks is a language, compiler (with debugger), and Run-Time Library for constructing high performance, modular, object-oriented, forward-chaining, rules-based applications.  (RuleWorks is an evolutionary step past OPS5.) It provides portability by producing ANSI C sources which can then be compiled with any of the leading C or C++ compilers. There is a Run-Time Library for each supported platform and C compiler.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| RWMBX
 
| RWMBX
 
| Identifies which mailbox is causing an RWMBX process state.  
 
| Identifies which mailbox is causing an RWMBX process state.  
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Doug Wyrember
 
| Doug Wyrember
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| RZDISK
 
| RZDISK
| RZDISK is a SCSI disk maintenance utility which can be used to manipulate things like disk parameters, reassign bad blocks, format disks, etc. Only disks directly connected to a VAX or Alpha machine can be used. The utility runs on both Alpha and Vax.
+
| RZDISK is a SCSI disk maintenance utility which can be used to manipulate things like disk parameters, reassign bad blocks, format disks, etc. Only disks directly connected to a VAX or Alpha machine can be used.
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| PCM, POLYCENTER Console Manager
 
| PCM, POLYCENTER Console Manager
 
| POLYCENTER Console Manager allows you to monitor console activity and manage any device that sends and receives data via RS323 link in ASCII format.
 
| POLYCENTER Console Manager allows you to monitor console activity and manage any device that sends and receives data via RS323 link in ASCII format.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| Safety
 
| Safety
| Combined security HSM undelete shareware pkg. It provides a
+
| Combined security HSM undelete shareware pkg. It provides a free security suite, a hierarchical storage manager function, and a RELIABLE undelete system plus fragmentation avoidance and other handy utilities.
free security suite, a hierarchical storage manager function, and
+
|
a RELIABLE undelete system plus fragmentation avoidance and other
+
|
handy utilities.
 
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| s-lang
 
| s-lang
 
| C-like language interpreter to embed in C programs
 
| C-like language interpreter to embed in C programs
 +
|
 +
|
 
| written by John E. Davis, packaged by Hunter Goatley  
 
| written by John E. Davis, packaged by Hunter Goatley  
 
|
 
|
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| safety015
 
| safety015
 
| File system additions for OpenVMS including a wastebasket
 
| File system additions for OpenVMS including a wastebasket
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Glenn C. Everhart
 
| Glenn C. Everhart
 
|  
 
|  
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| SAMBA
 
| SAMBA
 
| An implementation of SAMBA 2.0.6 for OpenVMS. Samba is a collection of programs that allow communication with LANMAN hosts using NETbios over TCP/IP.
 
| An implementation of SAMBA 2.0.6 for OpenVMS. Samba is a collection of programs that allow communication with LANMAN hosts using NETbios over TCP/IP.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| John Malmgerg
 
| John Malmgerg
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| Sapphire
 
| Sapphire
| Sapphire is an acoustic compiler: a program which takes a representation of sound as a text file and generates the sound from
+
| Sapphire is an acoustic compiler: a program which takes a representation of sound as a text file and generates the sound from it, rather like a ray-tracing package takes a text representation of a scene and generates a picture from it.
it, rather like a ray-tracing package takes a text representation of a scene and generates a picture from it.
+
|
 +
|
 
| J. Finnis
 
| J. Finnis
 
| 1998
 
| 1998
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| Scan Printers
 
| Scan Printers
 
| Scan Printers periodically scans printers queues and sends requests to several "operators" for stalled, paused or stooped queues. It can also restart these queues and release holding jobs.
 
| Scan Printers periodically scans printers queues and sends requests to several "operators" for stalled, paused or stooped queues. It can also restart these queues and release holding jobs.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| scan4
 
| scan4
 
| Scan for exact text in ensuing output of DCL and foreign activated commands.
 
| Scan for exact text in ensuing output of DCL and foreign activated commands.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Chris Olive
 
| Chris Olive
 
| 1994
 
| 1994
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| scanuaf
 
| scanuaf
 
| Search SYSUAF for accounts matching specified criteria
 
| Search SYSUAF for accounts matching specified criteria
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Jim Snyder
 
| Jim Snyder
 
|  
 
|  
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| Scheduler, A CPU Class Scheduler
 
| Scheduler, A CPU Class Scheduler
 
| CPU class scheduling has long been available on IBM operating systems. This capability was implemented as of OpenVMS V6.0 within the OpenVMS scheduler although it has not received the amount of attention that it deserves. Hooks are available for customers to write their own CPU class scheduling policies. This article discusses some potential uses of class scheduling and the callouts available to system programmers for writing a class scheduler policy. A sample CPU class scheduler is provided.
 
| CPU class scheduling has long been available on IBM operating systems. This capability was implemented as of OpenVMS V6.0 within the OpenVMS scheduler although it has not received the amount of attention that it deserves. Hooks are available for customers to write their own CPU class scheduling policies. This article discusses some potential uses of class scheduling and the callouts available to system programmers for writing a class scheduler policy. A sample CPU class scheduler is provided.
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|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| screen
 
| screen
 
| Load the output of a DCL command into an editor
 
| Load the output of a DCL command into an editor
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Chris Olive  
 
| Chris Olive  
 
|  
 
|  
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* allow flexible specification of the format of the new session prompt;
 
* allow flexible specification of the format of the new session prompt;
 
* provide direct access to help information from the command line
 
* provide direct access to help information from the command line
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Jonathan Ridler
 
| Jonathan Ridler
 
|
 
|
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| SDCL
 
| SDCL
 
| Structured DCL processor written to provide "structured programming" constructs (if-then-else, loops, etc)
 
| Structured DCL processor written to provide "structured programming" constructs (if-then-else, loops, etc)
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Dick Munroe
 
| Dick Munroe
 
| 1995
 
| 1995
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| SDL, Data Structore/Interface Definition Language
 
| SDL, Data Structore/Interface Definition Language
 
| SDL is both a data structure and interface definition language and a utility/compiler to convert those definitions into language output for a number of different languages.
 
| SDL is both a data structure and interface definition language and a utility/compiler to convert those definitions into language output for a number of different languages.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| sdlxsd
 
| sdlxsd
 
| XSD generator for SDL VAX/Alpha.
 
| XSD generator for SDL VAX/Alpha.
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| SED, GNU SED
 
| SED, GNU SED
 
| UNIX Stream Editor for VMS
 
| UNIX Stream Editor for VMS
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Sheldon Bishov
 
| Sheldon Bishov
 
| 1995
 
| 1995
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|-
 
|-
 
| SED, GNU SED
 
| SED, GNU SED
| GNU sed V2.03 for OpenVMS VAX and OpenVMS AXP
+
| GNU sed V2.03 for OpenVMS  
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| ported to OpenVMS by Hunter Goatley
 
| ported to OpenVMS by Hunter Goatley
 
|
 
|
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| session_notes
 
| session_notes
 
| TeX Macros for Presentation Session Notes. This package is a set of LaTeX macros to simplify the generation of presentations for DECUS symposia.  Unlike SliTeX, which isn't available in every TeX package, these macros should work on any system with LaTeX.
 
| TeX Macros for Presentation Session Notes. This package is a set of LaTeX macros to simplify the generation of presentations for DECUS symposia.  Unlike SliTeX, which isn't available in every TeX package, these macros should work on any system with LaTeX.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Wayne Sewell
 
| Wayne Sewell
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| set_exe
 
| set_exe
| Display or Modify Image DEBUG or Traceback Settings (VAX and Alpha, not I64)
+
| Display or Modify Image DEBUG or Traceback Settings
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Wolfgang Moeller  
 
| Wolfgang Moeller  
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| set_prcnam
 
| set_prcnam
| Set the process name for any process (VAX and Alpha)
+
| Set the process name for any process
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
| 1998
 
| 1998
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| setup
 
| setup
 
| Per-user or per-login product setup manager
 
| Per-user or per-login product setup manager
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|  
 
|  
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| setuser
 
| setuser
 
| SETUSER VER-007  --  Become another user, needs privs. Runs on OpenVMS AXP only.
 
| SETUSER VER-007  --  Become another user, needs privs. Runs on OpenVMS AXP only.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Thomas M. Deso  
 
| Thomas M. Deso  
 
|  
 
|  
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| SHAD-DSK-MAKER
 
| SHAD-DSK-MAKER
 
| This version of VDdriver permits one to make virtual disks of parts of other disks and works with Digital volume shadowing. Thus you can take unlike disks and make virtual disks out of parts of them, and shadow the parts. The remaining parts of the disks can be used either as separate virtual disks or as other file structures, if you decide to make file structures on the raw disks first and place the virtual disks on contiguous files on them.
 
| This version of VDdriver permits one to make virtual disks of parts of other disks and works with Digital volume shadowing. Thus you can take unlike disks and make virtual disks out of parts of them, and shadow the parts. The remaining parts of the disks can be used either as separate virtual disks or as other file structures, if you decide to make file structures on the raw disks first and place the virtual disks on contiguous files on them.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| shelp
 
| shelp
 
| A screen-oriented interface to online VMS HELP
 
| A screen-oriented interface to online VMS HELP
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Written by George Merriman, modified by Baron Chandler
 
| Written by George Merriman, modified by Baron Chandler
 
|  
 
|  
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| showcluster-on-web
 
| showcluster-on-web
 
| Shows cluster information from a WEB server
 
| Shows cluster information from a WEB server
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| showcusers
 
| showcusers
 
| Cluster-wide Graphical SHOW USERS. Provides graphical display of users accross the cluster.   
 
| Cluster-wide Graphical SHOW USERS. Provides graphical display of users accross the cluster.   
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Original author unknown, modifications by Jonathan C. Baker
 
| Original author unknown, modifications by Jonathan C. Baker
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| SHOW_LOAD
 
| SHOW_LOAD
| A modification of the SHOW command which allows one to display 1, 5, and 15 minute load averages of the current node. Load averages for the number of computables processes and disk queue lengths are displayed.
+
| A modification of the SHOW command which allows one to display 1, 5, and 15 minute load averages of the current node. Load averages for the number of computables processes and disk queue lengths are displayed. The top 5 CPU users can also be displayed with the /HOGS qualifier.  If a user is running at a rate that is consuming more than 30 CPU minutes per hour of connect time (MPH), the user is flagged with an asterisk.  
The top 5 CPU users can also be displayed with the /HOGS qualifier.  If a user is running at a rate that is consuming more than 30 CPU minutes per hour of connect time (MPH), the user is flagged with an asterisk.   
+
|
 +
|  
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| shrcommon
 
| shrcommon
| Subroutines to allow sharing of COMMON PSECTs among programs (VAX)
+
| Subroutines to allow sharing of COMMON PSECTs among programs
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]]
 
| Mark Frank  
 
| Mark Frank  
 
|
 
|
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| SHUTDOWN
 
| SHUTDOWN
 
| Hobbyist cluster shutdown for non-privilged users
 
| Hobbyist cluster shutdown for non-privilged users
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| MadGoat SEND V1.0
 
| MadGoat SEND V1.0
 
| MadGoat SEND lets users send interactive messages to other users on the same system, clusterwide, and via DECnet to remote notes. MadGoat SEND is patterned after the Jnet SEND command for BITNET sites.
 
| MadGoat SEND lets users send interactive messages to other users on the same system, clusterwide, and via DECnet to remote notes. MadGoat SEND is patterned after the Jnet SEND command for BITNET sites.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Darrell Burkhead
 
| Darrell Burkhead
 
| 1994
 
| 1994
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| SET_CLOCK
 
| SET_CLOCK
 
| The command procedure diddles a couple of registers in VMS, causing the system clock to run 20% fast for 5 hours, thereby adjusting the clock ahead an hour without any sudden time changes.
 
| The command procedure diddles a couple of registers in VMS, causing the system clock to run 20% fast for 5 hours, thereby adjusting the clock ahead an hour without any sudden time changes.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| SHOW_GBLSECTION_USERS
 
| SHOW_GBLSECTION_USERS
| This software accepts a global section name, eg LIBRTL_001 or SYSXQP_000 etc. It then interrogates all processes on the system in order to find which  processes have the given global section mapped. (VAX only)
+
| This software accepts a global section name, eg LIBRTL_001 or SYSXQP_000 etc. It then interrogates all processes on the system in order to find which  processes have the given global section mapped.
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]]
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| SHOW_QUOTA
 
| SHOW_QUOTA
| This procedure shows the given quota and the remaining quota of a process.  
+
| This procedure shows the given quota and the remaining quota of a process. It uses the process id as first parameter.  
It uses the process id as first parameter.  
+
|
 +
|
 
| A.Schwarz
 
| A.Schwarz
 
| 1990
 
| 1990
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| SHOW_USERS_V12
 
| SHOW_USERS_V12
 
| Display/KILL/FORCE exit users (enhanced WHO/WHAT program)
 
| Display/KILL/FORCE exit users (enhanced WHO/WHAT program)
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| SHS
 
| SHS
| Enhanced `SHOW SYSTEM' for VAX and Alpha System.
+
| Enhanced SHOW SYSTEM for VAX and Alpha System.
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
|  
 
|  
 
|
 
|
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* READVMSBACKUP - Reads vms backup savesets on unix. Works on little endian machines (e.g. AXP) or big endian ones (e.g. sun)
 
* READVMSBACKUP - Reads vms backup savesets on unix. Works on little endian machines (e.g. AXP) or big endian ones (e.g. sun)
 
* VAXNET - Communications program for VMS. Knows kermit and xmodem and its own protocols and has a sophisticated script language so it can be used to call pagers etc. (Note the kermit protocol used is a basic one, but it does work. Xmodem checksum or crc are both there. VAXnet tends to work better as a remote terminal than other communications programs, in that it uses negligible CPU (unlike others that do single character I/O).
 
* VAXNET - Communications program for VMS. Knows kermit and xmodem and its own protocols and has a sophisticated script language so it can be used to call pagers etc. (Note the kermit protocol used is a basic one, but it does work. Xmodem checksum or crc are both there. VAXnet tends to work better as a remote terminal than other communications programs, in that it uses negligible CPU (unlike others that do single character I/O).
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Glenn Everhart
 
| Glenn Everhart
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| simh302-vms
 
| simh302-vms
| This is a simh with ethernet support for OpenVMS Alpha. It contains
+
| This is a simh with ethernet support for OpenVMS Alpha. It contains executables (for 7.3-1 or later) of the VAX and pdp-11 simulator with (and without) ethernet support. To use the ethernet support CMKRNL is needed and the PCAPVCM.EXE execlet needs to be copied to SYS$LOADABLE_DEVICES.
executables (for 7.3-1 or later) of the VAX and pdp-11 simulator with
+
| [[PDP-11]], [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
(and without) ethernet support. To use the ethernet support CMKRNL is
+
|
needed and the PCAPVCM.EXE execlet needs to be copied to SYS$LOADABLE_DEVICES.
 
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| sixel_print
 
| sixel_print
 
| Converts SIXEL output to HP LaserJet graphics
 
| Converts SIXEL output to HP LaserJet graphics
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Nick de Smith
 
| Nick de Smith
 
|  
 
|  
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| SKEY
 
| SKEY
 
| S/Key is a login authentication method, using one-time key generation in response to a "challenge".  The S/Key system is described in RFC-1760 and RFC-1938.
 
| S/Key is a login authentication method, using one-time key generation in response to a "challenge".  The S/Key system is described in RFC-1760 and RFC-1938.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| skl
 
| skl
 
| SKL V1.0  - Show Known Links displays the connection IDs in DECnet/Plus env.
 
| SKL V1.0  - Show Known Links displays the connection IDs in DECnet/Plus env.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Mark Oakley; updates by Hunter Goatley
 
| Mark Oakley; updates by Hunter Goatley
 
|
 
|
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| slave
 
| slave
 
| SLAVE V3.01-002, Maintain a slave subprocess to execute background commands
 
| SLAVE V3.01-002, Maintain a slave subprocess to execute background commands
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Chris Olive
 
| Chris Olive
 
| 1993
 
| 1993
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|-
 
|-
 
| slmod
 
| slmod
| Logical Name Searchlist Modification Utility (VAX and Alpha)
+
| Logical Name Searchlist Modification Utility
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Bob Boyd
 
| Bob Boyd
 
|  
 
|  
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| smiley
 
| smiley
 
| Print and explain smileys :-)
 
| Print and explain smileys :-)
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| smore
 
| smore
| SMORE V1.2-001  --  UN*X-like "more" command for DCL command output (VAX and Alpha)
+
| SMORE V1.2-001  --  UN*X-like "more" command for DCL command output
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Chris Olive
 
| Chris Olive
 
| 1994
 
| 1994
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| Snake
 
| Snake
 
| X11 Fruit-eating snake game
 
| X11 Fruit-eating snake game
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Sverre H. Huseby
 
| Sverre H. Huseby
 
| 1998
 
| 1998
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| SND_21
 
| SND_21
 
| Snd is a Motif-based sound editor modelled loosely after Emacs and an old, sorely-missed PDP-10 sound editor named Dpysnd. It can accomodate any number of sounds at once, each with any number of channels. Each channel is normally displayed in its own window, with its own cursor, edit history, and marks; each sound has a 'control panel' to try out various changes quickly, and an expression parser, used mainly during searches; there is an overall stack of 'regions' that can be browsed and edited; channels and sounds can be grouped together during editing; edits can be undone and redone without restriction ('unlimited undo'); Snd can be customized and extended using a built-in Scheme interpreter (Gnu Guile); and it's free; the code is available via anonymous ftp from ccrma-ftp.stanford.edu as pub/Lisp/snd.tar.gz.
 
| Snd is a Motif-based sound editor modelled loosely after Emacs and an old, sorely-missed PDP-10 sound editor named Dpysnd. It can accomodate any number of sounds at once, each with any number of channels. Each channel is normally displayed in its own window, with its own cursor, edit history, and marks; each sound has a 'control panel' to try out various changes quickly, and an expression parser, used mainly during searches; there is an overall stack of 'regions' that can be browsed and edited; channels and sounds can be grouped together during editing; edits can be undone and redone without restriction ('unlimited undo'); Snd can be customized and extended using a built-in Scheme interpreter (Gnu Guile); and it's free; the code is available via anonymous ftp from ccrma-ftp.stanford.edu as pub/Lisp/snd.tar.gz.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
| 1998
 
| 1998
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|-
 
|-
 
| SOCKETSHR, TCP/IP Socket Library
 
| SOCKETSHR, TCP/IP Socket Library
| SOCKETSHR is a TCP/IP package independent socket library for OpenVMS (VAX and Alpha). The advantage of SOCKETSHR is that it is implemented as a shared image which can be used with all well known TCP/IP packages.  Programs linked to it may run on all of them *without relinking*.
+
| SOCKETSHR is a TCP/IP package independent socket library for OpenVMS. The advantage of SOCKETSHR is that it is implemented as a shared image which can be used with all well known TCP/IP packages.  Programs linked to it may run on all of them *without relinking*.
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Originally by Eckhart Meyer, with changes by Andy Harper and John Malmberg
 
| Originally by Eckhart Meyer, with changes by Andy Harper and John Malmberg
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| sox
 
| sox
| ST translates sound samples between different file formats,
+
| ST translates sound samples between different file formats, and performs various sound effects. This release understands "raw" files in various binary formats, raw textual data, Sound Blaster .VOC files, IRCAM SoundFile files, SUN Sparcstation .au files, mutant DEC .au files, Apple/SGI AIFF files,  CD-R (music CD format), Macintosh HCOM files, Sounder files, NeXT .snd files, SUN ADPCM (compressed) .au files, and Soundtool (DOS) files. The sound effects include changing the sample rate, adding echo delay lines, applying low-, high, and band-pass filtering, reversing a sample in order to search for Satanic messages, and the infamous Fender Vibro effect.
and performs various sound effects.
+
|
This release understands "raw" files in various binary formats,
+
|
raw textual data, Sound Blaster .VOC files, IRCAM SoundFile files, SUN Sparcstation .au files, mutant DEC .au files, Apple/SGI AIFF files,  CD-R (music CD format), Macintosh HCOM files, Sounder files, NeXT .snd files, SUN ADPCM (compressed) .au files, and Soundtool (DOS) files.
 
 
 
The sound effects include changing the sample rate, adding echo  
 
delay lines, applying low-, high, and band-pass filtering, reversing a sample in order to search for Satanic messages, and the infamous Fender Vibro effect.
 
 
| Lance Norskog  
 
| Lance Norskog  
 
|
 
|
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| SPELL
 
| SPELL
 
| DECUS SPELL A VMS spelling checker
 
| DECUS SPELL A VMS spelling checker
 +
|
 +
|
 
| DECUS SPELL, updated by Robin Fairbairn, Hunter Goatley
 
| DECUS SPELL, updated by Robin Fairbairn, Hunter Goatley
 
|
 
|
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| SPIDER11
 
| SPIDER11
 
| A double-deck solitaire under X Windows.
 
| A double-deck solitaire under X Windows.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| sploin
 
| sploin
 
| SPLOIN V1.79  -  File splitting & joining tool for VMS VAX and Alpha, UNIX, Amiga
 
| SPLOIN V1.79  -  File splitting & joining tool for VMS VAX and Alpha, UNIX, Amiga
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Yves Perrenoud  
 
| Yves Perrenoud  
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| SRH_EXAMPLES
 
| SRH_EXAMPLES
| SRH_EXAMPLES contains a variety of OpenVMS programming examples     accumulated (or written) over the years, as well as miscellaneous     source modules that did not fit elsewhere on the Freeware CD-ROM.     Most are written in C, with some written in the older VAX C dialect   while the more recent examples are written in the ANSI C dialect   of DEC C. Some of the interfaces used here are documented, some are not. Some of the VAX C code has been adjusted to compile under DEC C, some has not. Some of the examples are commented, some are not.
+
| SRH_EXAMPLES contains a variety of OpenVMS programming examples accumulated (or written) over the years, as well as miscellaneous source modules that did not fit elsewhere on the Freeware CD-ROM. Most are written in C, with some written in the older VAX C dialect, while the more recent examples are written in the ANSI C dialect of DEC C. Some of the interfaces used here are documented, some are not. Some of the VAX C code has been adjusted to compile under DEC C, some has not. Some of the examples are commented, some are not.
 +
| C
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| SPOP3_SRV
 
| SPOP3_SRV
 
| OpenVMS POP3 Server (per RFC1939 and RFC2449)
 
| OpenVMS POP3 Server (per RFC1939 and RFC2449)
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Ruslan Laishev
 
| Ruslan Laishev
 
|  
 
|  
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| squirrel_sql
 
| squirrel_sql
 
| SQuirreL SQL Client is a graphical Java program that will allow you to view the structure of a JDBC compliant database, browse the data in tables, issue SQL commands, etc.
 
| SQuirreL SQL Client is a graphical Java program that will allow you to view the structure of a JDBC compliant database, browse the data in tables, issue SQL commands, etc.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| status
 
| status
| STATUS is a monitor/finger/whatever type program, which allows you to specify exactly what you want to see and how you want to see it. You can specify any GETJPI (or one of several GETSYI items) to be displayed (or selected upon), plus a few extras. See STATUS.HLP for more info. See WHO.COM for some general examples, SHOWSYS.COM for an example that looks quite like SHOW SYSTEM, and
+
| STATUS is a monitor/finger/whatever type program, which allows you to specify exactly what you want to see and how you want to see it. You can specify any GETJPI (or one of several GETSYI items) to be displayed (or selected upon), plus a few extras. See STATUS.HLP for more info. See WHO.COM for some general examples, SHOWSYS.COM for an example that looks quite like SHOW SYSTEM, and SHOWUSERS.COM for an example that looks quite like SHOW USERS.
SHOWUSERS.COM for an example that looks quite like SHOW USERS.
+
|
 +
|
 
| Joe Meadows
 
| Joe Meadows
 
|  
 
|  
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| stb
 
| stb
 
| Display contents of VAX symbol table files (.STB)
 
| Display contents of VAX symbol table files (.STB)
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]]
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| STRINGS
 
| STRINGS
 
| Finds likely printable strings in .exe files
 
| Finds likely printable strings in .exe files
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| SUB_MIDWAY
 
| SUB_MIDWAY
 
| Another Midway world for DEC's FLIGHT
 
| Another Midway world for DEC's FLIGHT
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Patrick Moreau
 
| Patrick Moreau
 
|
 
|
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| SunClock, XWindow SunClock Display
 
| SunClock, XWindow SunClock Display
 
| This demo is  a  clock  that  shows  which portion of the Earth's surface is illuminated by the Sun.  
 
| This demo is  a  clock  that  shows  which portion of the Earth's surface is illuminated by the Sun.  
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| SUPERFRACTAL
 
| SUPERFRACTAL
 
| A fractal utility (game)
 
| A fractal utility (game)
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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* PHOTO starts terminal input and output logging to a log file. Can be configured to record both input and output, or just terminal input.
 
* PHOTO starts terminal input and output logging to a log file. Can be configured to record both input and output, or just terminal input.
 
* HANDIN is designed to allow students to automatically queue terminal session log files to a printer.  
 
* HANDIN is designed to allow students to automatically queue terminal session log files to a printer.  
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| swim
 
| swim
 
| A multi-session windowing terminal application for VMS. This version supports both the TW/PY drivers and the new FT drivers
 
| A multi-session windowing terminal application for VMS. This version supports both the TW/PY drivers and the new FT drivers
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| SWISH_E
 
| SWISH_E
 
| SWISH-E is a fast, powerful, flexible, free, and easy to use system for indexing collections of Web pages or other files. Python include a SWISH-E query interface.
 
| SWISH-E is a fast, powerful, flexible, free, and easy to use system for indexing collections of Web pages or other files. Python include a SWISH-E query interface.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| switch
 
| switch
| Extended Switch SD V4.5-1, a [[SET DEFAULT]] replacement. Extended Switch is a VMS utility that replaces the DCL command SET DEFAULT. It provides all of the functionality of the original command as well as several enhancements and a greatly simplified user interface. Both VAX and Alpha architectures are supported by Extended Switch.
+
| Extended Switch SD V4.5-1, a [[SET DEFAULT]] replacement. Extended Switch is a VMS utility that replaces the DCL command SET DEFAULT. It provides all of the functionality of the original command as well as several enhancements and a greatly simplified user interface.
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| David M. Fabritius
 
| David M. Fabritius
 
| 1994
 
| 1994
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| syltrem
 
| syltrem
 
| A DCL procedure to know how much free global pages/sections are required for installing a program in shared memory.
 
| A DCL procedure to know how much free global pages/sections are required for installing a program in shared memory.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Syltrem
 
| Syltrem
 
|  
 
|  
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| SYMBOL
 
| SYMBOL
 
| TMESIS SYMBOL is a utility which allows the user to set, delete and display DCL symbols in any process in a VMScluster (providing the user has the appropriate privileges and rights to do so).  
 
| TMESIS SYMBOL is a utility which allows the user to set, delete and display DCL symbols in any process in a VMScluster (providing the user has the appropriate privileges and rights to do so).  
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|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| sysalf
 
| sysalf
 
| Same as SYSMAN ALF -- only better
 
| Same as SYSMAN ALF -- only better
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| syslogd
 
| syslogd
 
| An OpenVMS port of syslogd and logger
 
| An OpenVMS port of syslogd and logger
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Ported by John Vottero  
 
| Ported by John Vottero  
 
| 1995
 
| 1995
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| SYSPQL v1.0B
 
| SYSPQL v1.0B
 
| This program allows increasing the startup process quota, as specified by the user.
 
| This program allows increasing the startup process quota, as specified by the user.
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|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| system_report
 
| system_report
 
| Generates textual- and HTML configuration report
 
| Generates textual- and HTML configuration report
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
| 2006
 
| 2006
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| t4$unix_collect
 
| t4$unix_collect
 
| Tru64 COLLECT data to T4 format. This utility will read a log file created by the Tru64 Unix "collect" utility, which collects system performance information, and convert it to a CSV (comma separated value) text file which is compatible with T4 performance data collection utilities.  
 
| Tru64 COLLECT data to T4 format. This utility will read a log file created by the Tru64 Unix "collect" utility, which collects system performance information, and convert it to a CSV (comma separated value) text file which is compatible with T4 performance data collection utilities.  
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Bart Z. Lederman
 
| Bart Z. Lederman
 
|  
 
|  
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| tail
 
| tail
 
| Performs a Variation of TYPE/TAIL on a File (such as reading the file from the beginning rather than the end)
 
| Performs a Variation of TYPE/TAIL on a File (such as reading the file from the beginning rather than the end)
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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* tapeanal.for: general purpose tape analysis
 
* tapeanal.for: general purpose tape analysis
 
* compile.com: to install the software.
 
* compile.com: to install the software.
 +
| Fortran
 +
| [[VAX]]
 
| Ejo Schrama  
 
| Ejo Schrama  
 
|
 
|
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| TAPECOPY
 
| TAPECOPY
 
| Copies the contents of one tape to another
 
| Copies the contents of one tape to another
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| TBO
 
| TBO
 
| This tool provides an interface to slowly adjust (drift) the current OpenVMS System time forward or backward, such as drifting the current system time between standard time and daylight savings time.
 
| This tool provides an interface to slowly adjust (drift) the current OpenVMS System time forward or backward, such as drifting the current system time between standard time and daylight savings time.
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|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| tcl-tk
 
| tcl-tk
 
| The Tcl8_0_5.zip and Tk8_0_5.zip are ports of the Tcl8.0.5 and Tk8.0.5 sources onto OpenVMS V7.3-2.  For the OpenVMS build, this submission requires MMS from the DECset product (or a compatible makefile tool), and the HP C compiler (and preferably C V6.5 or above).
 
| The Tcl8_0_5.zip and Tk8_0_5.zip are ports of the Tcl8.0.5 and Tk8.0.5 sources onto OpenVMS V7.3-2.  For the OpenVMS build, this submission requires MMS from the DECset product (or a compatible makefile tool), and the HP C compiler (and preferably C V6.5 or above).
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Philippe Vouters
 
| Philippe Vouters
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| tcpipsym
 
| tcpipsym
| TCP/IP Print Symbiont for OpenVMS. Runs on OpenVMS VAX (untested on Alpha)
+
| TCP/IP Print Symbiont for OpenVMS.
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]]
 
| E. Babbitt, Jr.  
 
| E. Babbitt, Jr.  
 
|  
 
|  
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| tcpdump-3_7_2
 
| tcpdump-3_7_2
 
| This a port of the tcpdump and the pcap library to OpenVMS. There are two versions of the pcap library for OpenVMS, one which uses the $QIO interface to the OpenVMS LAN driver, and one which uses the VCI interface to the LAN driver.
 
| This a port of the tcpdump and the pcap library to OpenVMS. There are two versions of the pcap library for OpenVMS, one which uses the $QIO interface to the OpenVMS LAN driver, and one which uses the VCI interface to the LAN driver.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| TCPFILTER022
 
| TCPFILTER022
 
| TCPFILTER is an utility that allows the filtering of outgoing UCX TCP /IP calls each attempt to open an outgoing call is verified with a table of addresses.
 
| TCPFILTER is an utility that allows the filtering of outgoing UCX TCP /IP calls each attempt to open an outgoing call is verified with a table of addresses.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| TELL
 
| TELL
 
| This command procedure will execute commands on a remote node.
 
| This command procedure will execute commands on a remote node.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| TELNETSYM
 
| TELNETSYM
 
| This program is an example of how the standard VMS print symbiont can be customized to support printers over TCP/IP networks.  The program replaces two of the VMS symbiont routines, "output" and "job setup", you may wish to replace other routines based on your specific requirements. This code is designed for use with DEC TCP/IP Services for OpenVMS (UCX), though it should also work with the third-party products providing a BGDRIVER emulation facility.
 
| This program is an example of how the standard VMS print symbiont can be customized to support printers over TCP/IP networks.  The program replaces two of the VMS symbiont routines, "output" and "job setup", you may wish to replace other routines based on your specific requirements. This code is designed for use with DEC TCP/IP Services for OpenVMS (UCX), though it should also work with the third-party products providing a BGDRIVER emulation facility.
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|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| terminals
 
| terminals
 
| This utility will create terminals statistics reports and tables of usage.  NO BATCH JOB EVERY 15 MINUTES.
 
| This utility will create terminals statistics reports and tables of usage.  NO BATCH JOB EVERY 15 MINUTES.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Jonathan C. Baker
 
| Jonathan C. Baker
 
|
 
|
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* Ability to select logical or physical seek ranges.
 
* Ability to select logical or physical seek ranges.
 
* Ability to perform parallel (multi-threaded) IO's.
 
* Ability to perform parallel (multi-threaded) IO's.
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]]
 
| Stephane Germain, Ralph Gaertner
 
| Stephane Germain, Ralph Gaertner
 
| 1990
 
| 1990
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| TETRIS312
 
| TETRIS312
 
| This is a game of "Tetris" for the X Window System.
 
| This is a game of "Tetris" for the X Window System.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| TeX
 
| TeX
 
| A compilation of the popular TeX typesetting system
 
| A compilation of the popular TeX typesetting system
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Ch.Spieler and R.Gaertner
 
| Ch.Spieler and R.Gaertner
 
| 1995
 
| 1995
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| THREDEE
 
| THREDEE
 
| A set of two tetris-like games: Spatial & Spheral
 
| A set of two tetris-like games: Spatial & Spheral
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| TICTACTOE
 
| TICTACTOE
 
| This is a 4x4x4 noughts and crosses (Tic-Tac-Toe) program.
 
| This is a 4x4x4 noughts and crosses (Tic-Tac-Toe) program.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| tidy
 
| tidy
| TIDY 7.2 is a highly configurable FORTRAN program to indent and
+
| TIDY 7.2 is a highly configurable FORTRAN program to indent and renumber statements, selectively change case of keywords or non-keywords, and do various other clean-up tasks on FORTRAN-77 source programs.
renumber statements, selectively change case of keywords or
+
|
non-keywords, and do various other clean-up tasks on FORTRAN-77
+
|
source programs.
 
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| tiff-3_8_2
 
| tiff-3_8_2
 
| libtiff is a set of C functions (a library) that support the manipulation of TIFF image files.
 
| libtiff is a set of C functions (a library) that support the manipulation of TIFF image files.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| tiff
 
| tiff
 
| libtiff is a set of C functions (a library) that support the manipulation of TIFF image files.
 
| libtiff is a set of C functions (a library) that support the manipulation of TIFF image files.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| TIMIDITY
 
| TIMIDITY
| TiMidity is a MIDI to WAVE converter that uses Gravis Ultrasound(*)-compatible patch files to generate digital audio data
+
| TiMidity is a MIDI to WAVE converter that uses Gravis Ultrasound(*)-compatible patch files to generate digital audio data from General MIDI files. The audio data can be played through any sound device or stored on disk. On a fast machine, music can be played in real time. TiMidity runs under Linux, FreeBSD, HP-UX, SunOS, and Win32, and porting to other systems with gcc should be easy. TiMidity Features:
from General MIDI files. The audio data can be played through any sound device or stored on disk. On a fast machine, music can be
 
played in real time. TiMidity runs under Linux, FreeBSD, HP-UX, SunOS, and Win32, and porting to other systems with gcc should be easy. TiMidity Features:
 
 
* 32 or more dynamically allocated fully independent voices
 
* 32 or more dynamically allocated fully independent voices
 
* Compatibility with GUS patch files
 
* Compatibility with GUS patch files
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** Pitch wheel sensitivity
 
** Pitch wheel sensitivity
 
** Change drum set
 
** Change drum set
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Tuukka Toivonen
 
| Tuukka Toivonen
 
| 1997
 
| 1997
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| TIN
 
| TIN
 
| A Usenet news reader
 
| A Usenet news reader
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Michael Stenns
 
| Michael Stenns
 
| 1998
 
| 1998
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|-
 
|-
 
| TM
 
| TM
| Turing Machine Interpreter and Debugger. Runs on OpenVMS VAX and OpenVMS AXP
+
| Turing Machine Interpreter and Debugger
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| David S. Woodruff  
 
| David S. Woodruff  
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| tmesis
 
| tmesis
| System Service Intercept src for Alpha VMS
+
| System Service Intercept src for Alpha VMS. This package is comprised of a single loadable executive image(execlet) which demonstrates a method for intercepting a system service's service routine on OpenVMS Alpha.  For demonstration purposes, this incarnation of SSINT intercepts two system services SYS$CREPRC and SYS$DELPRC. For each invocation of either of the intercepted system services, a message is output on the system console device to display the PID of the process invoking the service and the status of the call.
This package is comprised of a single loadable executive image(execlet) which demonstrates a method for intercepting a system service's service routine on OpenVMS Alpha.  For demonstration purposes, this incarnation of SSINT intercepts two system services SYS$CREPRC and SYS$DELPRC. For each invocation of either of the intercepted system services, a message is output on the system console device to display the PID of the  
+
|
process invoking the service and the status of the call.
+
|
 
| Brian Schenkenberger
 
| Brian Schenkenberger
 
| 1992
 
| 1992
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| tnimage-3_5_2-vms
 
| tnimage-3_5_2-vms
 
| Tnimage is an image analysis program oriented toward scientific and technical applications.  It has been extensively used by molecular biologists, forensic pathologists, biochemists, physicists, and others to analyze images.  It is also useful for general image viewing and editing.  The program has an easy to use, menu-driven interface based on Motif.
 
| Tnimage is an image analysis program oriented toward scientific and technical applications.  It has been extensively used by molecular biologists, forensic pathologists, biochemists, physicists, and others to analyze images.  It is also useful for general image viewing and editing.  The program has an easy to use, menu-driven interface based on Motif.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Alexey Chupahin
 
| Alexey Chupahin
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| to-v431
 
| to-v431
| TO.COM is a set-default program that works on Files-11 ODS-2 disks.  
+
| TO.COM is a set-default program that works on Files-11 ODS-2 disks.
 
Features:
 
Features:
 
* Correct processing of nested logical names.
 
* Correct processing of nested logical names.
 
* Smart Logical-Name Recall Stack...  
 
* Smart Logical-Name Recall Stack...  
** holds last 9 defaults plus the current default (the stack size     is adjustable)
+
** holds last 9 defaults plus the current default (the stack size is adjustable)
 
** assigns convenient logical names to stack entries
 
** assigns convenient logical names to stack entries
 
** uses numbers to reference stack entries in TO.COM
 
** uses numbers to reference stack entries in TO.COM
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* Two-step default function (saves typing)
 
* Two-step default function (saves typing)
 
* Superfluous 000000's are removed from new defaults.
 
* Superfluous 000000's are removed from new defaults.
o* 23-line quick-help page function
+
* 23-line quick-help page function
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| tpu-c-example
 
| tpu-c-example
 
| DEC C example for calling TPU without /STANDARD=VAXC
 
| DEC C example for calling TPU without /STANDARD=VAXC
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Brian J. McCarthy
 
| Brian J. McCarthy
 
|  
 
|  
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| trf-lib$search
 
| trf-lib$search
 
| A C routine to simply calling [[$SEARCH]]
 
| A C routine to simply calling [[$SEARCH]]
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Terry R. Friedrichsen  
 
| Terry R. Friedrichsen  
 
|  
 
|  
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* Include only a given number of lines from the file;
 
* Include only a given number of lines from the file;
 
* Strip non-printing characters.
 
* Strip non-printing characters.
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| TQE
 
| TQE
 
| TQE displays the Timer Queue Entries (TQEs) for a system.  Very handy for checking to see whether or not an AST is scheduled to be fired for a process at some future time.
 
| TQE displays the Timer Queue Entries (TQEs) for a system.  Very handy for checking to see whether or not an AST is scheduled to be fired for a process at some future time.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Lee Gleason, ported to OpenVMS Alpha by Hunter Goatley
 
| Lee Gleason, ported to OpenVMS Alpha by Hunter Goatley
 
| 1984
 
| 1984
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| tscon
 
| tscon
 
| TSCON V4.1b, Communicate with DECserver terminal servers
 
| TSCON V4.1b, Communicate with DECserver terminal servers
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Ian Kitching
 
| Ian Kitching
 
|  
 
|  
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| TSM
 
| TSM
 
| Terminal Server Manager
 
| Terminal Server Manager
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|
 
|
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| TSM_TOOLS
 
| TSM_TOOLS
 
| Command files for use with TSM
 
| Command files for use with TSM
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| tttools
 
| tttools
 
| Various simple-minded kernel-mode tools useful when dealing with various features of the OpenVMS terminal driver.
 
| Various simple-minded kernel-mode tools useful when dealing with various features of the OpenVMS terminal driver.
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|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| turbo
 
| turbo
| Turbo utility as posted to DECUServe. Turbo is intended to improve the
+
| Turbo utility as posted to DECUServe. Turbo is intended to improve the performance of frequently activated images by locking their pages into system memory.
performance of frequently activated images by locking their pages into
+
|
system memory.
+
|
 
| posted by Tom Allebrandi
 
| posted by Tom Allebrandi
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| INTOUCH 4GL
 
| INTOUCH 4GL
| INTOUCH 4GL is the high-performance 4GL for OpenVMS VAX and AXP systems. INTOUCH 4GL runs on all versions of OpenVMS -- VAX/VMS V4.5 to 6.x, AXP/VMS V1.5 and 6.x. INTOUCH 4GL interfaces to RMS, Rdb, DEC DBMS, ORACLE, dBASE, and other database engines.  However, this (freeware) version only includes the RMS interface. INTOUCH 4GL comes complete with a "Guided Query Language" (GQL) and  a "GQL On-line Tutorial".  However, this (freeware) GQL version only supports ten (10) columns of reporting information.  The fully-featured GQL supports reports of unlimited complexity!
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| INTOUCH 4GL is the high-performance 4GL for OpenVMS VAX and AXP systems. INTOUCH 4GL interfaces to RMS, Rdb, DEC DBMS, ORACLE, dBASE, and other database engines.  However, this (freeware) version only includes the RMS interface. INTOUCH 4GL comes complete with a "Guided Query Language" (GQL) and  a "GQL On-line Tutorial".  However, this (freeware) GQL version only supports ten (10) columns of reporting information.  The fully-featured GQL supports reports of unlimited complexity!
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|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Touch Technologies, Inc.
 
| Touch Technologies, Inc.
 
|
 
|
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| WSG
 
| WSG
 
| Word Search Game (Similar to Boggle)
 
| Word Search Game (Similar to Boggle)
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|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
| 10, 20, 30, 40
 
| 10, 20, 30, 40
 
|-
 
|-
| TYPE CHECKER, Type checking tool for VAX and AXP systems
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| TYPE CHECKER, Type checking tool
 
| This DCL tool applies type checking rules to MACRO-32 code. For example, theembedded data type in MACRO-32 field names can be  checked against the MACRO-32 opcode's expectations for each argument. This tool can isolate bugs without any debugging and can be used on both VAX and Alpha MACRO-32 listing files. It isespecially useful for MACRO-32 code which has been ported to Alpha, where byte and word fields may have expanded to longwords. The tool helps assure all MACRO-32 opcodes use these changed fields in a longword fashion.
 
| This DCL tool applies type checking rules to MACRO-32 code. For example, theembedded data type in MACRO-32 field names can be  checked against the MACRO-32 opcode's expectations for each argument. This tool can isolate bugs without any debugging and can be used on both VAX and Alpha MACRO-32 listing files. It isespecially useful for MACRO-32 code which has been ported to Alpha, where byte and word fields may have expanded to longwords. The tool helps assure all MACRO-32 opcodes use these changed fields in a longword fashion.
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|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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* XW runs an X11 program on a given X-display.
 
* XW runs an X11 program on a given X-display.
 
* Z interactively repeats a command at a given interval.
 
* Z interactively repeats a command at a given interval.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Jonathan Ridler
 
| Jonathan Ridler
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| uaf
 
| uaf
| Two UAF tools for VAX and Alpha:
+
| Two UAF tools:
 
* UAF is a general purpose utility for searching through the authorization file based on any information stored within the authorization file, including privileges (specific privileges, or privilege classes), last login time, etc.
 
* UAF is a general purpose utility for searching through the authorization file based on any information stored within the authorization file, including privileges (specific privileges, or privilege classes), last login time, etc.
 
* GUESS_PASSWORD is a simple password guesser. You can feed it a dictionary (see the source code, you'll need to change one #define) of words to use as passwords, otherwise the default list is used (this was simply the passwords tried by the Internet Worm, I assumed Mr. Morris had a reason for selecting the ones he did, maybe he didn't, who knows?) You can also pass it passwords to guess (if you define it as a foreign command).
 
* GUESS_PASSWORD is a simple password guesser. You can feed it a dictionary (see the source code, you'll need to change one #define) of words to use as passwords, otherwise the default list is used (this was simply the passwords tried by the Internet Worm, I assumed Mr. Morris had a reason for selecting the ones he did, maybe he didn't, who knows?) You can also pass it passwords to guess (if you define it as a foreign command).
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|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Written by Joe Meadows, ported to AXP by Nigel Arnot
 
| Written by Joe Meadows, ported to AXP by Nigel Arnot
 
| 1994
 
| 1994
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| unarj241
 
| unarj241
 
| Unpack PC .ARJ files under OpenVMS
 
| Unpack PC .ARJ files under OpenVMS
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|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| unmacro
 
| unmacro
 
| UNMACRO is an interactive disassembler that keeps track of what each byte of the program is (i.e. an instruction, .ENTRY, .QUAD, etc.). You may leave a session and continue where you left off later by the SAVE and UNSAVE instructions.  Features include automatic labeling (for JMP, BR, etc. instructions), automatic .ENTRY (for CALLG, CALLS, transfer address); ability to write the disassembled code to a file; a "DISASSEMBLE UNTIL" that allows disassembly until a data byte, end of the image, or until a specified PC; ability to display any part of the image in DUMP format, ability to display the image header in DUMP format; easily jump from one part of the image to another; SEARCH the image for a byte string; displays important information such as transfer addresses, image base, etcetera.  Also knows the P1 system vectors.  User defineable symbols for CALLx instructions is included.
 
| UNMACRO is an interactive disassembler that keeps track of what each byte of the program is (i.e. an instruction, .ENTRY, .QUAD, etc.). You may leave a session and continue where you left off later by the SAVE and UNSAVE instructions.  Features include automatic labeling (for JMP, BR, etc. instructions), automatic .ENTRY (for CALLG, CALLS, transfer address); ability to write the disassembled code to a file; a "DISASSEMBLE UNTIL" that allows disassembly until a data byte, end of the image, or until a specified PC; ability to display any part of the image in DUMP format, ability to display the image header in DUMP format; easily jump from one part of the image to another; SEARCH the image for a byte string; displays important information such as transfer addresses, image base, etcetera.  Also knows the P1 system vectors.  User defineable symbols for CALLx instructions is included.
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|
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|
 
| Robert Thomas Chojnacki
 
| Robert Thomas Chojnacki
 
|
 
|
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| unmessage
 
| unmessage
 
| This utility 'decompiles' message tables, thus allowing you to edit them (create your own language-specific version for instance).
 
| This utility 'decompiles' message tables, thus allowing you to edit them (create your own language-specific version for instance).
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|
 +
|
 
| Joe Meadows
 
| Joe Meadows
 
|  
 
|  
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| UNRAR
 
| UNRAR
 
| UNRAR for OpenVMS
 
| UNRAR for OpenVMS
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| UNZIP
 
| UNZIP
 
| Unpacks zip files
 
| Unpacks zip files
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| USB-FREEWARE
 
| USB-FREEWARE
 
| Various unsupported USB device drivers
 
| Various unsupported USB device drivers
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Forrest Kenney
 
| Forrest Kenney
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| UPTIME
 
| UPTIME
 +
| A quick means of determining when a VMS system was last booted. It is designed to display uptime and reboot date on the current node, but could easily be modified to display the same info for each node in the cluster.
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
UPTIME is a quick means of determining when a VMS system was last booted. It is designed to display uptime and reboot date on the current node, but could easily be modified to display the same info for each node in the cluster.
 
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| Lyle W. West
 
|
 
|
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| UUDECODE and UUDECODE
 
| UUDECODE and UUDECODE
 
| Used to translate a binary data file into a readable ASCII file that can then be mailed, or copied to a foriegn O/S, and then translated back into the original binary file. (An early alternative to FTP).
 
| Used to translate a binary data file into a readable ASCII file that can then be mailed, or copied to a foriegn O/S, and then translated back into the original binary file. (An early alternative to FTP).
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|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| uunuke
 
| uunuke
 
| Kill a disconnected UUCP process
 
| Kill a disconnected UUCP process
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|
 +
|
 
| David G. North  
 
| David G. North  
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| vax_stripe_driver
 
| vax_stripe_driver
| Disk Striping Driver (RAID) for OpenVMS VAX
+
| Disk Striping Driver (RAID)
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]]
 
| Glenn Everhart  
 
| Glenn Everhart  
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| vdd64
 
| vdd64
| VDDRIVER 64, Virtual disk driver for OpenVMS Alpha (not tested on VAX)
+
| VDDRIVER 64, Virtual disk driver
 +
|
 +
| [[Alpha]]
 
| Glenn Everhart  
 
| Glenn Everhart  
 
| 2002
 
| 2002
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|-
 
|-
 
| VDE, OpenVMS Source Code Control System
 
| VDE, OpenVMS Source Code Control System
| The VDE tools allow you to maintain and to control a large number  
+
| The VDE tools allow you to maintain and to control a large number of CMS libraries. Full documentation of VDE is available in Postscript, HTML, and Bookreader format. VDE requires the presence of various software tools, including CMS and Oracle Rdb. PLMENU is a set of procedures layered on VDE and CMS that provide various functions.  A subset of PLMENU tools are included here.
of CMS libraries. Full documentation of VDE is available in Postscript, HTML, and Bookreader format. VDE requires the presence of various software tools, including CMS and Oracle Rdb. PLMENU is a set of procedures layered on VDE and CMS that provide various functions.  A subset of PLMENU tools are included here.
+
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| vds_vax
 
| vds_vax
 
| Virtual Disk drivers for OpenVMS VAX
 
| Virtual Disk drivers for OpenVMS VAX
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]]
 
| Glenn Everhart
 
| Glenn Everhart
 
| 1993
 
| 1993
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| version
 
| version
 
| VERSION v2.4-1, Display version info for OpenVMS VAX images
 
| VERSION v2.4-1, Display version info for OpenVMS VAX images
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]]
 
| Jonathan C. Baker
 
| Jonathan C. Baker
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| VFYMAIL
 
| VFYMAIL
| This utility checks a mail directory for extra and missing MAIL$xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.MAI files.  When the 'repair' feature is used,
+
| This utility checks a mail directory for extra and missing MAIL$xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.MAI files.  When the 'repair' feature is used, the utility can move messages that have lost their external file and rename external files that have lost their message header (for easy identification).
the utility can move messages that have lost their external file and rename external files that have lost their message header (for easy identification).
+
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| viewfile
 
| viewfile
 
| ViewFile V1.2-2, Motif-based file viewer/browser
 
| ViewFile V1.2-2, Motif-based file viewer/browser
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| Lyle W. West
 
| 2003
 
| 2003
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|-
 
|-
 
| vile
 
| vile
| vi-compatible text editor
+
| vi-compatible text editor. Extended capabilities in many areas, notably:
Extended capabilities in many areas, notably:
 
 
* multi-file editing and viewing
 
* multi-file editing and viewing
 
* key rebinding (in addition to :map, :map!, and :abbr)
 
* key rebinding (in addition to :map, :map!, and :abbr)
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* built-in macro language
 
* built-in macro language
 
* portability to all UNIX platforms, VMS, DOS, NT, OS/2.
 
* portability to all UNIX platforms, VMS, DOS, NT, OS/2.
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|
 +
|
 
| Paul Fox, Tom Dickey, and Kevin Buettner
 
| Paul Fox, Tom Dickey, and Kevin Buettner
 
|
 
|
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|-
 
|-
 
| VIM
 
| VIM
| Vi-compatible text editor for Vax and Alpha
+
| Vi-compatible text editor
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Zoltan Arpadffy, Charles E. Campbell, Jr., Bruce Hunsaker, Sandor Kopanyi
 
| Zoltan Arpadffy, Charles E. Campbell, Jr., Bruce Hunsaker, Sandor Kopanyi
 
|
 
|
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| VIOC_RESET
 
| VIOC_RESET
 
| Resets the Virtual I/O Cache counters (CACHE$GL_VREAD, CACHE$GL_READHIT, CACHE$GL_VWRITE, CACHE$GL_RRNDMOD, CACHE$GL_RRNDSIZ, CACHE$GL_WRNDMOD, CACHE$GL_WRNDSIZ)
 
| Resets the Virtual I/O Cache counters (CACHE$GL_VREAD, CACHE$GL_READHIT, CACHE$GL_VWRITE, CACHE$GL_RRNDMOD, CACHE$GL_RRNDSIZ, CACHE$GL_WRNDMOD, CACHE$GL_WRNDSIZ)
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|
 +
|
 
| Reg Hunter
 
| Reg Hunter
 
|  
 
|  
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| VIRTCFB
 
| VIRTCFB
 
| This provides a virtual color frame buffer for use with DECwindows.
 
| This provides a virtual color frame buffer for use with DECwindows.
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|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
 
|
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| VIRTDSKS
 
| VIRTDSKS
 
| This collection is a set of virtual disk and tape drivers implementing disk on contiguous file (or area of disk), remote disk over DECnet, remote tape over DECnet, disk on noncontiguous file, various journalling disk variants, a striping driver or two, a shadowing driver or two,  and more. The shadowing is somewhat limited but does allow use of the disk while shadow copy is going on.
 
| This collection is a set of virtual disk and tape drivers implementing disk on contiguous file (or area of disk), remote disk over DECnet, remote tape over DECnet, disk on noncontiguous file, various journalling disk variants, a striping driver or two, a shadowing driver or two,  and more. The shadowing is somewhat limited but does allow use of the disk while shadow copy is going on.
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|
 +
|
 
| Glenn Everhart
 
| Glenn Everhart
 
|
 
|
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| virtual
 
| virtual
 
| VIRTUAL V1.2, Enable/disable DISCONNECT setting on terminal template device
 
| VIRTUAL V1.2, Enable/disable DISCONNECT setting on terminal template device
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|
 +
|
 
| Chris Olive
 
| Chris Olive
 
| 1995
 
| 1995
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| vmstpce
 
| vmstpce
 
| VMS TaPe Copy with mods to allow the ignoring of errors. (AXP version included here has not been tested)
 
| VMS TaPe Copy with mods to allow the ignoring of errors. (AXP version included here has not been tested)
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Written by Brian Nelson, with mods by Glenn Everhart
 
| Written by Brian Nelson, with mods by Glenn Everhart
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| vnc333r1vms010
 
| vnc333r1vms010
| VNCviewer for OpenVMS VAX and Alpha
+
| VNCviewer v 1.0
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Hunter Goatley  and David North
 
| Hunter Goatley  and David North
 
| 2000  
 
| 2000  
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|-
 
|-
 
| vnc333r1vms011
 
| vnc333r1vms011
| VNCviewer for OpenVMS VAX and Alpha
+
| VNCviewer v1.2
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Hunter Goatley  and David North
 
| Hunter Goatley  and David North
 
| 2000  
 
| 2000  
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* SHIML, SHareable IMage List, lists all the shareable images an image depends on.
 
* SHIML, SHareable IMage List, lists all the shareable images an image depends on.
 
* XPD, eXternal Procedures and Data, lists all the external procedures and data an image references in shareable images.
 
* XPD, eXternal Procedures and Data, lists all the external procedures and data an image references in shareable images.
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|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| VTFM
 
| VTFM
| VTfm is a Norton Commander style file manager for Digital VT-series terminals or terminal emulators which can emulate such terminals (PowerTerm, for example). VTfm works under OpenVMS on VAX, Alpha and IA64 processors.
+
| VTfm is a Norton Commander-style file manager for Digital VT-series terminals or terminal emulators which can emulate such terminals (PowerTerm, for example).  
 +
|
 +
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]], [[Integrity]]
 
| Vladimir K. Vershinin
 
| Vladimir K. Vershinin
 
|
 
|
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| VTSTAR
 
| VTSTAR
 
| VTStar Terminal Emulator
 
| VTStar Terminal Emulator
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|
 
|
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| OPENVMS SW
 
| OPENVMS SW
 
| Lists of OpenVMS software available on the internet
 
| Lists of OpenVMS software available on the internet
 +
|
 +
|
 
|
 
|
 
| 1994
 
| 1994
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| OPENVMS LOGO
 
| OPENVMS LOGO
 
| OpenVMS shark logo in various file formats (.BMP, .GIF, .PPT)
 
| OpenVMS shark logo in various file formats (.BMP, .GIF, .PPT)
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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|-
 
|-
 
| VAXSCAN
 
| VAXSCAN
| VAX SCAN is a native mode high level language designed for  
+
| VAX SCAN is a native mode high level language designed for text processing that operates under the VMS Operating System. VAX SCAN  programs can invoke and be invoked by routines written in other VMS languages as well as many Run-Time Library routines. This is the complete VAX SCAN system, sources and all.
text processing that operates under the VMS Operating System. VAX SCAN  programs can invoke and be invoked by routines written in other VMS languages as well as many Run-Time Library routines.
+
|
This is the complete VAX SCAN system, sources and all. Also present are VESTED images for Alpha, built from the VAX images. (No guarantees about these though.)
+
| [[VAX]], [[Alpha]]
 
| Glenn Everhart
 
| Glenn Everhart
 
|
 
|
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| VERB
 
| VERB
 
| VERB is a utility to make it possible to modify (or simply look at) command definitions.
 
| VERB is a utility to make it possible to modify (or simply look at) command definitions.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
| Hunter Goatley
 
| 1994
 
| 1994
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| vgp1_1, Vector Globe Projection tool
 
| vgp1_1, Vector Globe Projection tool
 
| Vector Globe Projection is a tool for engineers, scientists, or anyone that deals with series of R3 (3-dimensional) vectors.  (A vector of vectors so to speak.)  The usual case is a set of these n x 3 matrices with one representing time and the others representing other signals like momentum or velocity, changing with time.  It could also represent a partial attitude, by the vector representing e.g. the Y-axis of the body with respect to an inertia frame.
 
| Vector Globe Projection is a tool for engineers, scientists, or anyone that deals with series of R3 (3-dimensional) vectors.  (A vector of vectors so to speak.)  The usual case is a set of these n x 3 matrices with one representing time and the others representing other signals like momentum or velocity, changing with time.  It could also represent a partial attitude, by the vector representing e.g. the Y-axis of the body with respect to an inertia frame.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Rick Niles
 
| Rick Niles
 
| 1995
 
| 1995
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| VMS_SHARE
 
| VMS_SHARE
 
| A utility designed to package a series of files into a multi-part share file suitable for mailing across a network. Files are encoded to be resistant to the corruption that many mailers and networks generate.  When all parts of the share file are combined and run as a command procedure, the packaged directory tree is recreated in its original format.
 
| A utility designed to package a series of files into a multi-part share file suitable for mailing across a network. Files are encoded to be resistant to the corruption that many mailers and networks generate.  When all parts of the share file are combined and run as a command procedure, the packaged directory tree is recreated in its original format.
 +
|
 +
|
 
| Andy Harper
 
| Andy Harper
 
| 1993
 
| 1993
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| VMSTAR
 
| VMSTAR
 
| Unix TAR Command for OpenVMS (equivalent of BACKUP for Unix)
 
| Unix TAR Command for OpenVMS (equivalent of BACKUP for Unix)
 +
|
 +
|
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
 
|  
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| VMS-Under-NT, Bits of VMS services to run under Windows NT
 
| VMS-Under-NT, Bits of VM