On February 28, 2003 23:50, Philip R. Paille wrote:
> Hi Rick,
> Do you know if any of these other bw programs will run on old machines
> such as a 486 running windows 3.11? a 16 bit processor.
Autozen has some hefty dependency requirements, pretty much puts it out of
reach of anyone not running a recent Linux box. I mentioned it because being
a GPL'd project, all the source is there in case someone wanted to port or
recreate it for windows.
sbagen is also a GPL'd project, mostly aimed at Linux. A win32 binary version
is available, as well as a 16 bit DOS version. The 16 bit will just run the
scripts and output a wav file, so you would have to use a text editor to have
a look at what it is about to do, then run the program, then do whatever you
want with the resultant wav file.
Explorer seems to only be for win32. There is a demo version, and a full
version. Their decoder hardware offered looks to be vaporware (one of those
never never projects).
For win32, Bwgen rules.