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Downloads of v 1.0:
14 Mar 2018
- Brad Campbell
Tags:bst propeller parallax spin
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This package was approved by moderator gep13 on 15 Mar 2018.
bst (Brad's Spin Tool) is an IDE and toolset for working with the Parallax Propeller
md5: C71E69C769B7CCEB83F00AFC5AD425D3 | sha1: 5D622809078A05BE3D1E33871A2FC228F78629DE | sha256: 7002B38DD105463058075DE73AFED1EA5B3E49787F835889DDBED2482F2A4098 | sha512: 22E3827760D1A9AF264ADD9260240857FB6291EC4ADA402CE9E2310210FC56A85290D5E877262F89113ABF438D80DDAE3337C6FC4F4FA1F1276DFFF425836CF7
md5: B8EB412E64ED381FAEFC1D3D44AE323C | sha1: 16D0190170B836B0DF36BE0BBC8D040EA869B0A8 | sha256: B3288BB1B352A39DBE23694AF139F295BA5CEF9EA311DAC384F7DE4D3B9E083C | sha512: D04E16A58400170EE856CDB126336A71CAF401A3DACA53C6B79DDEB8A1D7312B8D15DCF9978EE61A52FD5BF8217FE0CC7C4741765313C63E00F20CD08CB1A528
md5: 31401BBBEF7E56E65E809C9212B3176F | sha1: D26616B70436114F7AB2230277E7FADAD2D39464 | sha256: 9FB9E0AE9757B269BB80C50B6647A9D86BFCC1C701F05E4084FFCE95DFAF8FAB | sha512: 45BA82A22AD410D74156FA22CE3A2983C16EE2223334E11AE7B8B5FA3F92D9148F848BF73B93068EFEEFFABD9C6ABA4B6CEF62B6B2A6E459F5BC513CAA9D7150
EULA All Rights Reserved Rights to Redistribute expressly given From: Brad Campbell <[email protected]> Sent: Monday, February 5, 2018 20:39 To: Patrick Kelly Subject: Re: BST (re)distribution On 06/02/18 01:38, Patrick Kelly wrote: > Is it possible for you to package bst, bstc, and bstl into chocolatey > packages for distribution? If not, I am rather familiar with packaging > for chocolatey and would be willing to do so if you would permit it; > obviously everything would be credited/linked appropriately to you. > G'day Patrick, I'm more than happy for you to do it. You have my explicit permission to package, bundle & distribute in any way you see fit. Those binaries already have my copyright attribution, and no further credit is required. I will say I pretty much stopped development of those applications in 2010 and don't have any plans to update them in the future, however I understand people still use them. I just don't really offer support further than answering the odd question. Regards, Brad
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- bst.exe (7002b38dd105) - ## / 62
- bstc.exe (b3288bb1b352) - ## / 53
- bstl.exe (9fb9e0ae9757) - ## / 68
- bst.1.0.nupkg (de9661bfacad) - ## / 61
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|bst (Install) 1.0||496||Wednesday, March 14, 2018||Approved|
Copyright © Brad Campbell 2009,2010
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