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Short:C64 hires-bitmap editor
Author:Mihaly Horvath, port by uploader
Uploader:polluks+aminet sdf lonestar org (Stefan Haubenthal)
Type:gfx/edit
Version:1.29
Architecture:ppc-morphos; other
URL:http://hermit.sidrip.com
Date:2017-09-29
Download:http://aminet.net/gfx/edit/HermIRES.lha - View contents
Readme:http://aminet.net/gfx/edit/HermIRES.readme
Downloads:175
;===============================================================================
;                 HermIRES 1.29 C64 hires-bitmap editor help                    
  
;===============================================================================
;               2014 Hermit Software Hungary (Mihaly Horvath)
;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Hello Sceners

I ended up writing this tool because I needed something that runs as well on
Linux just as on other OS supported by 'Allegro' library...
It's a cross-platform hires bitmap (Art Studio 1 format) editor for the C64,
and since v1.28 it's also capable to handle AFLI (Adanced-FLI 320x200 hires).

The format has some restrictions, here are the rules:
-the maximal resolution of the picture is 320x200
-only 16 fix C64 colours can be used (no gradient either)
-in a 8x8 pixel-block only 2 colours can used to be displayable by C64
 (this is detected in HermIRES, but .hbm files can be saved with clashes too.)
 *AFLI mode is less strict: every 8x1 pixel-block can have 2 colours, but   it
has a disadvantage: the first 3 character columns (FLI-bug) has few colours,  
their background is 0xF everywhere, foreground is selectable for each
(Control+Click).   Displaying AFLI takes considerable CPU time so it's mainly
for standalone graphics...
-on a real C64 the PAL will blur the screen-content a bit, should check on CRT,
 or at least VICE emulator's CRT simulation.

I hope you'll find this tool useful...
(You can see the new additions and plans at the bottom of this readme-file.)

1.Installation and compilation:
===============================
 HermIRES can operate in 3 different fixed window sizes, and decides which can
 be used on your monitor when it starts. The minimal resolution is 1024x768 to
 see the GUI on the screen entirely.

 The compiled program doesn't need installation, HermIRES.exe runs on Windows, 
and HermIRES without extension runs on linux with X11 graphics.  I used static
linking where it was possible to increase the portability of these  standalone
executable binaries.  However in case it isn't static, allegro runtime library
is needed...
 In the current build I compiled Windows executable dynamically, so it needs the
 .dll called 'allegro-4.4.2-monolith-mt.dll'.
 (In Ubuntu download 'liballegro-4.4' runtime library with Synaptic Package
Manager.)
 
 If you want to recompile the HermIRES.cpp source-code, here are the steps:
  a.compile on Linux:
    -prerequisites: allegro 4.2 library (liballegro) with static linking support
                    and the usual C++ toolchain ('build-essential' .deb package)
    
    -compilation steps: -'cd source' folder, in command-line type 'sh
compile.sh'                         -or type 'make', then 'make install'        
                (the binary, menu entry and icon goes to system-folders) 

  b.compile on Windows (one way of it):
    -prerequisites: DevCpp 4.9.9.2 or MinGW should be installed with the g++.exe
binaries                     allegro-devpak (e.g. "allegro-4.4.2-1mpx.DevPak"
but this has no static-linking support)
                    (thes link seems right:
http://devpaks.org/details.php?devpak=340)                     should be
installed into DevCpp with its Packman.exe     
    -compilation steps: method1: Go to 'source' folder and run 'compile.bat' for
4.4.2 allegro devpak (program-icon works..)
                        method2: in DevCpp: open 'HermIRES.dev', and press F9 to
compile and run (program icon won't work..)
                        (method3: or for static build with allegro 4.2: 'cd
source' folder, and run 'compile-devpak42.bat'))
                        -then if needed, set shortcut-icon and '.hbm'
file-association (no installer made yet)

*there's a file called 'bmpexe.asm' too, but it's not needed to compile it, 
 because its compiled binary is included in HermIRES.cpp source-file.
 (btw. to compile 'bmpexe.asm' you need '64tass' compiler)


2. Overview of the GUI:
=======================
 The simple GUI might be straightforward at 1st glance, but let's describe the
 main parts:
 -At the top you see the magnifiable picture editor, you work here actually.
 -At the bottom-left side you can see the preview of the
whole/half/third/quarter picture.
 -Right to the preview it's the Toolbar, where drawing modes can be selected.
 -Right below the picture-editor it's the palette with the usable C64 colours.
 -Then some information-only fields: the used colours, cursor-positions, zoom,
etc.
 -And of course the Menu Buttons where you can set parameters and load/save
pictures.

 A.The main picture-editor window (Grid):
 ----------------------------------------
 You can use your mouse here for most of the operations:
  -draw dots with diameter - left button for Colour 1, right button for Colour 2
  -draw shapes - holding down the left/right button defines start-/endpoints
               - you can draw lines, circles and rectangles (empty or filled)
  *every shape is painted with the selected plot-parameters (see under
'ToolBar')

  -zoom in/out (around the pixel under mouse-cursor) with middle mouse-wheel  
-move in the zoomed picture by holding down the middle mouse-button   -you can
pick a pixel's color by 'TAB' key, or holding down 'Shift' and pressing mouse
left/right button   -you can set a colour in the 8x8 block by holding down
'Control' key and clicking on a pixel to change colour of   *In AFLI-mode's
FLI-bug area this changes the AFLI-bug column's drawing colour which the mouse
is over

 B.The Palette:
 --------------
  -Drawing Colour 1 can be selected by clicking left mouse-button or hexa keys
1..F   -Drawing Colour 2 can be selected by clicking right mouse-button or SHIFT
+ keys 1..F   -Border-Colour can be selected by clicking middle mouse-button on
the colours    (Border colour refers to the C64 border colours, and is displayed
around the picture.)
  -Colour-Change for current Drawing Colour1 on the entire screen can be changed
   while holding CONTROL-key down and clicking left mouse-button or pressing
keys 1..F   -Colour 1 and 2 can be exchanged with 'tilde' (with signal: '`' or
'~') button

 *Note: In AFLI-mode FLI-bug area colour 'F' deletes, every other colours put
pixel in the defined FLI-bug colours.

 C.The Preview:
 --------------
  -Clicking into the picture with left mouse-button can move the zoom-rectangle
to different areas    (Zoom-rectangle shows which part of the picture is zoomed
in the grid. If no zooming it disappears.)
  -Normal, 2x, 3x, 4x zooming modes can be selected by the mouse's scroll-wheel 
 -Saving the Preview as .png picture can be initiated by right mouse-button  
*in preview-zooming mode the preview follows the mouse-corsur on the main screen


 D.The Toolbar
 -------------
  a. Selection: -When this mode selected, you can select a region with left
mouse-button                  held down in the main picture-editor window. After
releasing the button                  the selection gets copied to the
clipboard.
                   -If the selection goes into down-right direction, simple
copying happens.
                   -In down-left direction the copied content is mirrored
horizontally.
                   -In up-right directoin the copied content is mirrored
vertically                    -In up-left direction the content is mirrored
vertically & horizontally                 -If you pressed Shift during
selection, the content even gets cut from its original place                
-Then you can paste the clipboard content with the right mouse-button           
      to a position. Holding down the right mouse-button you can drag&move the
content.
                 If you pressed Shift during right-clicking, the original
selection gets cut ('moving') 

  *If you pressed the right mouse-button inside the selection, the moving will
happen relative to    the selection's position. If you pressed it outside the
selection, the 'paste' operation will    happen exatly from mouse-position
downwards.

  b. Dithering: -With left mouse-button 3 options are selectable: 
                 no dithering / even dithering / odd dithering
                -With right mouse-button you can select 2 dithering modes:
                 dith-drawing with only one colour  /  dithering Colour 1 &
Colour 2

  c. Dot/Diameter: -1st press selects dot/pixel drawing mode,
                   2nd click: -left mouse-button: increases dot-diameter
                              -right mouse-button: decreases dot-diameter

  d. Line:      -Clicking on it with left mouse-button select line-drawing mode 
                Lines can be started in the editor-window by pressing and
holding down                  left/right mouse-button (Colour1/2), releasing it
sets the end of the line.

  e. Rectangle: -1st clicking on it with left mouse-button selects
rectangle-mode                 -when the mode is selected, it toggles
empty/filled rectangle mode

  f. Circle:    -Works the same as the Rectangle button but for Circle-drawing

  g. Flood Fill: -Simple colour flood-fill - left-button: Colour1, right-button:
Colour2

  h. Undo/Redo: -Left mouse-button: Undo the latest 255 operations              
   (you can see the step-counter under the button which shows how much steps you
made and can step back)
                -Right mouse-button: Redo the latest Undo-ed operations

  i. Brightness -this knob can be used to adjust the brightness to see the
picture better...
                 (If it's not middle-position it can cause slow-downs in systems
with poor graphic-card)

  j. CRT-smooth -this slider sets how much the CRT emulation should
blur/smoothen the picture

  *Dot/Line/Rectangle/Circle all consists of dots with the adjusted diameter &
dithering.
  *Therefore they might take some time to be fully drawn, the progresses appear
in the right-bottom corner of the grid


 E.The Menu-Buttons:
 -------------------
  'CRT emul.'     Sets CRT (PAL TV picture) emulation mode ON/OFF for the
Preview or the Grid, or both                   (The Grid's CRT emulation is
automatically switched off above a certain magnification.)

  'Grid'          Sets grid OFF or to modes: Grid around all pixels / grid only
around 8x8 pixel-blocks

  'AFLI'          Toggles AFLI mode. In this format every valid 8x1 pixel-slice
can contain 2 colours without 'clash'

  'TestClash'     Selects C64-limitation-aware modes for 8x8 pixelblock
colour-clash testing:
                  OFF  - no checking at all                   TEST - Where there
are more than 2 colours in a 8x8 block it blinks. (in Win7 sometimes too fast)
                  DENY - Doesn't allow to put pixel into a 8x8 which is already
full (has 2 colours)
                  REUSE- If the 8x8 block is full, painting its existing colours
depending on left/right mouse-button.
                         (If it's not full, the selected colour is painted
normally.)
                  SET  - If the 8x8 pixelblock is full, its colour will be set
to the selected drawing colour                          (Will set the colour
which is under the mouse-pointer in the block.)
        
        *The 'TestClash' setting has effect on all of the drawing modes, even
copy-paste and file-importing.
        *The previous three buttons can change backwards too, by clicking on
them with right mouse-button or holding down Shift

  'BrightGrid'    Toggles compensation for the darkening effect of the grid
ON/OFF.
                  (Useful for darker pictures, less useful for lighter pictures
containing white.)

  'Load Picture'  Brings the File Dialog where you can load 5 picture-formats
(detected by extension).
                  1.".hbm" - custom compressed format including bitmap and
border-colour                   
                  2.".bmp" or ".png" - import PC picture formats. When
loading/importing these,                              the closest maching C64
colours are found. Only the                              first (top-left)
320x200 pixels are taken from the .bmp/.png picture.
                             The import will depend on the selected format
(bitmap/AFLI), palette, and the Clash-test settings                             

                  3.".prg" - "Art Studio 1"-like hires picture format -
load-address: $2000
                               bitmap:$2000...$3f40, colours: $3f40...$4327,
border-colour: $4328
                             "AFLI" hires picture format - load-address: $4000
                               bitmap:$4000...$5f40, FLI-bug underlay-sprite
1..3: $5f40...$5fff                                eight colour-memories &
FLIbug-sprite pointers: $6000..$8000,                               
border-colour: $7FE8, FLI-bug underlay-sprite colour 1..3: $7FE9,$7FEA,$7FEB    
                           
                  4.".prg" - Executable C64 file which was saved by HermIRES
previosly. (See 'Save'.)

  'Load Palette'  You can load custom palettes in .vpl format. (the default is
'Pepto')
                  (The .bmp importer will also use the loaded palette as
colour-reference)

  'Save Picture'  The picture can be saved as ".hbm" format, the
HermIRES-specific format

  'Clear Picture' Clears the whole screen with Drawing Colour 2.

  'Export C64prg' Saves the picture in the above mentioned (3.) ArtStudio-like
picture-format.
                  (Or AFLI format if AFLI-mode is selected by 'AFLI' button.)
  'Export C64exe' Saves a C64 executable .prg file which appends the title too
in the lower border.
                  (It asks for a title which will be displayed as caption under
the exported picture.
                   If you delete this name entirely, no title will be displayed,
only the pure borders around the picture.)

  'Help':         A very short help/cheatsheet with the most essential keys.
  'Quit':         Exits, but first asks for confirmation....

  *You may notice allegro's file-dialog a bit strange. Most of the time it works
   better for me with cursor keys, but mouse should be in the field as I
suspect.
   (In Allegro5 there's native file-dialog support, but I haven't tried that
yet.)


3.Summary of keyboard-shortcuts:
================================

 Colour selection:
 -----------------
    0..9..F  .... Select Drawing Colour 1
   Shift + 0..F . Select Drawing Colour 2
 Control + 0..F . (except Control+"C") Change the current Colour 1 on the entire
picture      Alt + 0..F . Select Border-colour       TAB    .... Pick Drawing
Colour 1 from pixel under the mouse-cursor  Tilde (` or ~) . Exchange Colour 1
and 2

 Drawing modes:
 --------------
   F1...F4   .... Select pixelling (pen) mode - with four different pen/dot
diameters     [   ]    .... Decrease / Increase dot diameter    F5...F8   ....
Select drawing mode: line / rectangle / circle / fill    F9 , F10  .... Select
Dithering mode  /  toggle 2-colour dithering      F11     .... Select 'selection
& copy/paste' mode (occipied in some OS for 'full-screen')

 Navigation/zoom:
 ----------------
  Left/Right .... Go one 8x8 pixel-block to the left/right
   Up/Down ...... Go one 8x8 pixel-block up/down
  Home/End ...... Go to the top/bottom of the zoomed screen
  PageUp/Dn ..... Go to the left/right edge of the zoomed screen
   + / -   ...... Increase/Decrease zooming around the mouse-pointer
   SPACE   ...... Toggle 32x zoom to the pixel under the mouse-cursor
  Shift+Space.... Toggle 16x zoom to the pixel under the mouse-cursor

 Region Selection:
 -----------------
 Control+Cursor . Fine-adjust the starting point of the selection
 Alt+Cursor key . Fine-adjust the ending point of the selection
 Alt+Home/End ... Escalate the selection till the left/right side of the screen
 Alt+PgUp/PgDn .. Escalate the selection till the top/bottom of the screen

 Manipulation:
 -------------
  Del / Backspace Delete the current 8x8 pixel-block to Colour 2
  Shift+Del ..... Delete the current 8x8 pixel-block to Colour 1
  Control+C ..... Copy current character (8x8 pixelblock) under mouse-cursor to
buffer                   (Or copy selection to clipboard if we are in
'Selection' mode)
  Control+V ..... Paste character from character-buffer to cursor-position  
Control+X ..... Cut and Copy current character (8x8 pixelblock) under
mouse-cursor to buffer   Control+Z ..... Undo last operation (255 steps max.)
  Control+Y ..... (or Shift+Control+Z) Redo the last Undo-ed operation (16 steps
max.)

 Menu/File:
 ----------
     G     ...... Grid display On/OFF
     T     ...... Colour-Clash Testing ON/OFF
     R     ...... CRT emulation ON/OFF
     L     ...... Load .hbm/.prg/.bmp - file dialog
     S     ...... Save as .hbm - file dialog
  Shift+S  ...... Save the Preview as .png picture file
     P     ...... Load Palette
     H     ...... Short help/cheatsheet
   Q / Esc ...... Quit the program


;===============================================================================
added in 1.1:
-more Undo/Redo steps than 16 (Flea asked) - now 255 steps (and memory usage
grown to 26M)
-colour picker (pressing TAB, or l/r mouse-buttons with Shift)
-loadable .vpl palette (might be saved with configuration / .hbm file's end)
-settings and paths/filenames are saved to config-file now
(grid/testclash/gridbright/palette/etc)
*32 bit linux version beside 64bit version (set up a 32bit Lubuntu system for
that)
-grid more intelligent - in lower magnifications only 8x8 grids show up
*possible to change colours in a 8x8 block with control+mousebutton - with
Control+Mouse-button -blinking selection rectangle and line/shape previews..
added in 1.2:
-program-icon for windows (it can't handle the included .xpm array)
-load/import/export in PNG format too (saving now happens in png format thanks
to AllegroPNG 1.3
-display opened filename and palette-name -possibility to change border-colour
by keys too with 'ALT' + 0..F colour keys -improved selection: fine modification
possible afterwards with Ctrl / Alt + cursor keys -[ and ] keys for pen-diameter
decrease/increase -key-bindings F1..F4 now for pen/brush (draw)    (no good key
was found on left on left-hand side for "fill")
-Undo/Redo key is repetitive if pressed long (workaround for no allegro
key-repeat in Windows)
-100Hz mouse-polling timer -> possibly smoother mouse-drawing -PAL CRT emulation
of preview and editor screen (when no small grid displayed)...
-last used file is opened at startup if it can be found -3x zooming mode for
preview as well, preview-zoom can be set by scroll-wheel too -sliders for
PAL-blur (sharpness) and brightness with reset buttons *resolution is
auto-detected and GUI adjusted for it *cut&copy&move function (whith Shift
pressed while selecting with left mouse-button / while pasting with right)
added in 1.25:
-color swapping fast-button - Tilde "`" button (BitBreaker's idea)
-show pen-diameter preview circle if diameter is bigger than the default 
*dense (pixel-scale) grid toggleable (in bigger magnifications too).
*added 'Deny painting','Reuse existing colour' and 'Set block colour' mode to
ClashTest - different settings on/off in case clash would happen...
*showing zoomed area in the preview, allow going to area in zoomed mode when
left-clicking on preview -showing ongoing progresses by text/graphics
(loading/converting/drawing...)
-selectable CRT emulation for Preview/Grid only... (for faster operation on slow
machines)
-undo step number displayed (should undo history also be saved?)
added in 1.28:
-AFLI-mode: grid & clash-test & import/export -added 'older-vice.vpl' palette...
(for e.g. 'Plague Dogs' screenshot made from an older Vice)
added in 1.29:
-if drawing color 1/2 is the same as foreground/background colour, allow to
paint the opposite colour in REUSE mode with the other mouse-button


fixed in 1.1:
-cleaned source file from obsolete comments -pixel coordinates were displayed
when not in drawing area -ctrl+B was binded twice :O - used Shift+S instead
-corrected colour-mismatches of the examples *pasting sluggishness on windows
(used DrawGrid+blitter instead of direct 'screen', optimized code)
-changed text-background to less eye-catcher blue/purple, as noticed by Flea
-normal faster filled circle and rectangle drawing when no dithering mode or
diameter set fixed in 1.2:
-HermIRES.cfg is now always saved into the program's folder, and saved when
closing with X or Alt+F4 as well...
-button sluggishness - solved by replacing key-funcions' D_O_K returns with
(D_REDRAWME | D_WANTFOCUS)
-colorize palette-buttons when new .vpl palette is selected -'Delete /
change-color / paste 8x8 pixel block' creates only the required undo-steps now
-(where only 1 colour in a 8x8 pixel-block and it matches the first (x=0,y=0)
pixel, setting the char. to 0)
-keys are not repeated in Windows - coded custom repeat handler for
toolbar-buttons -(control+C is binded twice...but leaving it like this as it's
more important than colour-change key-shortcut)
*'pencil' drawing was aggregated sometimes -solution: update TempPosX2 and
TempPosY2 before drawing (which can overlive timer)
-moving in zoomed picture was slow - solution is same as the previous - updatind
positions BEFORE CPU intensive drawing fixed in 1.25:
-control/shift/alt stucked in Win7 with allegro devpak 4.2... -> using allegro
devpak 4.4.2 version instead! -reduced overall CPU usage (my machine:~5% when no
mouse touched,~25% when grid moved) - refined timed and pixelling/detection
events -in Windows it was slow (especially in CRT emulation) -> wrote optimized
software CRT-emul.pixelling for GridDrawer, not relying on hw-acceleration
*pressing F1..F4 fucked up (enlightens) toolbar sometimes - solution: timing
stabilizer / thread safety check solved it -Preview-zoom title-text was
overwritten by Grid-Zoom-text in the smallest resolution mode with 2-digit
magnifications *there was 'allegro error #11' and 'segmentation fault' at lower
than required resolution - it was logical mistake in resolution-decider loop
-made dithered and big-pendiameter filled rectangle/circle drawing faster (set
the steps according to pen-diameter)
*allegro filename-extension detection was wrong - if '.' used in filename and no
extension given, only the name before was saved to disk! -> used ustrcmp &
strcat *C64-executable format name-tag (caption) now editable (deleting it
disables it)
fixed in 1.26:
-pen-shapes are symmetric again. -> solution: 2.23*radius as diameter and 80 as
angle-steps -pen-preview is more accurate now -> solution: typing some '-1' in
PenPreview function -0 sized filled rectangle with dither freezed the app ->
solution: when start and end X or Y is equal, only drawing line...
-taking tasbar size (30 pixel high) into the resolution-decider equation - more
probable for GUI to fit into the screen comfortably -windows - now the program
Icon appears again in taskbar and window-title -> with the new compile.bat (not
from DevCpp with Makefile.win)
fixed in 1.28:
-gave 45 pixel taskbar-height for GUI-size auto-detector (more tolerance)
-LoadVPL() is now before LoadFile() in 'main' (by commandline-argument or from
config-setting) so opening .png/.bmp at startup is converted correctly with the
latest palette -Caption name now doesn't contain the extra letter at the end
(string-delimiter 0 was put in wrong place by loop)
fixed in 1.29
-AFLI caption can be fully disabled (AFLIexe-patch included along with
bin2array.exe)


================================================================================
to work-around:
---------------
-dialogs take a lot of CPU (allegro's issue) - (started to create custom dialog,
or may use native gtk.h/windows.h file-dialogs instead)
-Windows7: theme is changed to 'Aero default' without alpha channel (24bit) +
Windows7 display-timing issues in clash 'TEST' mode...
-Bitbreaker reported issue with 24 bit .bmp, program exits with segmentation
fault!, yet another bmp got skewed...this is Allegro-issue, but PNG import
should work...
-OSX port is not stable, key-callbacks cause freeze -> must handle the keys from
the timed function in lower level... then OSX port would be possible

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
may add later:
-------------
-setting window/GUI Size with a button during operation -a proper .deb for
Ubuntu, .dmg for OSX, and win.installer ...with dependency check &
file-associations -cursor-key/numpad key based drawing (if the keys could be
repeated on Windows...or make own keyhandler)
*possibility to select/stretch bmp when being imported... (so no other graphic
tool need for that)
-bigger built-in help (in a textbox preferably)
-(maybe sprite-overlay / nufli-export support, (maybe support for sprites in
borders...)
-dithering in bmp-importer (like e.g. in Project one...)
-'continuous lines' drawing mode -possibility to set size (dimensions) of export
to hires (like png2hires.py does)
-("select colours to be transparent" function for the 'paste' function (kinda
'brush') )
-(bring 'SPRedit' mode/functionality into HermIRES (with namespaces for
different parts))
-(.asm/.inc export to be included in programs directly?)
-(angle-based rotation?)

;===============================================================================



Contents of gfx/edit/HermIRES.lha
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---------- ----------- ------- ------- ------ ---------- ------------ ----------
[generic]               319682  711168  45.0% -lh5- a756 Feb  5  2014 HermIRES-1.29/alleg44.dll
[generic]                17269   17674  97.7% -lh5- cb32 Mar 15  2013 HermIRES-1.29/examples/AFLI/Algorithm - Rambo-AFLI.hbm
[generic]                10874   17133  63.5% -lh5- a117 Mar 15  2013 HermIRES-1.29/examples/AFLI/Algorithm - Rambo-AFLI.prg
[generic]                 9668   10590  91.3% -lh5- 3de6 Mar 15  2013 HermIRES-1.29/examples/AFLI/Darth Plagueis - Krionyx Logo.hbm
[generic]                11804   12065  97.8% -lh5- a93a Mar 15  2013 HermIRES-1.29/examples/AFLI/Duce - WTF.hbm
[generic]                 8452   17133  49.3% -lh5- 21a2 Mar 15  2013 HermIRES-1.29/examples/AFLI/Duce - WTF.prg
[generic]                16187   16502  98.1% -lh5- 1bb9 Mar 15  2013 HermIRES-1.29/examples/AFLI/Hermit - Plague Dogs-p1conv.hbm
[generic]                 9621   17133  56.2% -lh5- d776 Mar 15  2013 HermIRES-1.29/examples/AFLI/Hermit - Plague Dogs-p1conv.prg
[generic]                13205   13421  98.4% -lh5- 8390 Dec 22  2012 HermIRES-1.29/examples/Duce - Pahanilamnlintu.hbm
[generic]                11872   12180  97.5% -lh5- 0e68 Dec 24  2012 HermIRES-1.29/examples/Mermaid - Isterinvite 2011.hbm
[generic]               324803  861680  37.7% -lh5- 7017 Sep 30 02:23 HermIRES-1.29/HermIRES
[generic]                36305  104960  34.6% -lh5- 6f81 Feb  5  2014 HermIRES-1.29/HermIRES.exe
[generic]                  243     409  59.4% -lh5- 0671 Apr 14  2008 HermIRES-1.29/palettes/c64hq.vpl
[generic]                  213     409  52.1% -lh5- ffab Apr 14  2008 HermIRES-1.29/palettes/c64s.vpl
[generic]                  219     409  53.5% -lh5- c877 Jul  5  2009 HermIRES-1.29/palettes/ccs64.vpl
[generic]                  209     409  51.1% -lh5- 3148 Jul  5  2009 HermIRES-1.29/palettes/frodo.vpl
[generic]                  224     409  54.8% -lh5- c5a7 Jul  5  2009 HermIRES-1.29/palettes/godot.vpl
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