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Description: Easy creation & upload of AminetReadmes
Download: aminetreadmemaker.i386-aros.lha       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 91kb
Version: 1.2
Date: 15 Jun 18
Author: Thomas Igracki
Submitter: sabbate
Email: salvatoreabbate email/yahoo it
Requirements: Aros i386 Abiv0
Category: utility/text
Replaces: utility/text/aminetreadmemaker.i386-aros.lha
License: Other
Distribute: yes
FileID: 1700
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This little tool allows you to easily write a Aminet Readme file and also upload
it to the aminet server!

I often forgot which types were possible and what they were used for and the
length limitation of the Short-field etc so I needed a tool to help me

Its written with Hollywood v7.1 ( and compiled as
a so called "applet".
I decided to distribute only the applet so it can be executed on all platforms
which supports the RapaGUI plugin: Windows, Linux (GTK), AmigaOS3, AmigaOS4,
MorphOS and AROS!

You need the Hollywood Player
( to run it!

If anyone wants an executeable to be started without the need for the Hollywood
Player feel free to ask me and I will send you a compiled version for your
favourite OS!

If you find bugs or if you have suggestions send me an eMail!

  01-Mai-2018, V1.2
    - added support to load a readme at startup with "-f", "-r" or "-readme" 

  28-Apr-2018, V1.1
    - I forgot to replace my eMail with the Uploader-eMail as password for the
    - ASCII was used as transfermode for both the archive and the readme, it
worked anyway;)
      but now ASCII is used the readme and BINARY for the archive
    - on Upload, you will be first asked for readme then the archive
    - added a simple About-Requester

  27-Apr-2018, V1.0: first release

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