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Scene Archives Search Utility
Written By: Tony Hasselbacher
Welcome to "Scene Archives Search Utility" (now refered to as SASU)..
What is SASU?
Well, basically, SASU will help you to locate any item that you are after.
Simply type in a keyword (ie, a Demo Name, or Group Name, or even a Disk
Number!), and the program will search and find any relating data. Then
double-click on the required item, and if you have any of The Scene Archives
handy, it'll try to find the file you are after, and you'll be able to extract
that item to disk (if it is a DMS), or else to a directory on your Hard Drive
(if it is a LZX file). There is also some information on the demo presented.
I recommend that you should just copy SASU to a directory on your HD. So
then it is easily accessable. Just copy these files to your HD on a
Also you might have to install the new version of NList.mcc, as this
program was written for v0.85. It is included on this CD. Also this program
was written under MUI v3.8.
There are 2 Search Options, and they Are:-
Search Criteria: What field do you want to search under ?
- Demo Name = Searchs only for the Name.
- Group Name = Searchs only for that Groups Prods.
- Disk Num. = See What is on a Specific Disk.
- All = Search for all of the Above
Search Options: What type of Sort?
- Full = Will search for ever occurence of
the specified Keyword.
- Simple = This just looks for the Keyword
SASU will be regularily updated. All the updates will appear on Aminet.
Just search for "SASU", and you'll find it..
What are the Scene Archives?
The Scene Archives is a massive collection of Amiga Scene Productions,
currently it spans seven CD's, with 1000 disks on each CD.. So basically 7000
disks are currently in the Set. I hope to have The Scene Archives #8 out by
Early 1999. And number 9, later next year :) ..
If you want to get the Scene Archives, please E-Mail me at
firstname.lastname@example.org. Or visit the WWW page at http://welcome.to/broken ..
Or alternatively, you can write to me at :-
96 Robinson Road
Morley WA 6062
I wish to thank HY Wong, for he's great testing.
Also To Gilles Masson, for he's great help with getting NList to work :)
The Scene Archives is © 1995 to 1998, Tony Hasselbacher
SASU is © 1998, by Tony Hasselbacher
This uses NList.mcc © 1996 to 1998 by Gilles Masson
- Initial Release
- Has initial database of 10974 Entries