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Van gdx

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20-04-2020, 10:36

mars2000you wrote:

If I follow your way, then at least 60% of the MSX-BASIC Extensions are Extensions for MSX-BASIC. I'm just curious to know why you did not come with this issue when you created pages about MSX-BASIC extensions not created by ASCII or another official company.

No! First, it's not my way, and MSX-BASIC Extensions are not comparable with DOS commands. These are comparable to BASIC programs not to extensions. What you are doing is a table of programs for MSX-DOS. There are thousands of them.

mars2000you wrote:

but I will repeat it differently on other pages, because some people don't read the introduction page to MSX-DOS.

Just because you repeat a bad idea several times doesn't mean it becomes a good idea.

mars2000you wrote:

"MSX-DOS 1 was not provided with external commands under the form of .COM files, contrary to MSX-DOS 2.

One more reason to say that the page makes no sense. Also note that many "commands" are compatible with the MSX-DOS2.

It would be best to write it and add that there are external commands to the SceneTools section.

Van mars2000you

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20-04-2020, 10:56

gdx wrote:

Also note that many "commands" are compatible with the MSX-DOS2.

It would be best to write it and add that there are external commands to the SceneTools section.

It proves 2 things:

- you don't have read the page completely - the part before I added the precisions required by Manuel says indeed

"Most of these commands have been created by the MSX scene. They can generally also be used under MSX-DOS 2 / Nextor. Some of them have been included in MSX-DOS 2 as official internal or external commands."

- you don't have seen that I've added the Category SceneTools for this page and for all the concerned DOS commands.

Van gdx

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20-04-2020, 10:59

I makes an example of what it should be in wiki:
https://www.msx.org/wiki/MSX2.COM_(Stefan_Danes_)

Van mars2000you

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20-04-2020, 11:00

gdx wrote:

I makes an example of what it should be in wiki:
https://www.msx.org/wiki/MSX2.COM_(Stefan_Danes_)

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Van gdx

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20-04-2020, 11:07

mars2000you, You understand nothing at all. Yet Dolphin pointed out your mistake better than I did.
ut as usual you have a hard time admitting your mistakes. Worse yet, you hasten to continue without arguing with anyone.

Van mars2000you

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20-04-2020, 11:18

Category is now MSX-DOS 1 External Tools - so i think I've taken in account Dolphin opinion.

Van gdx

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20-04-2020, 11:32

It is not worth specifying that these tools are "external" and there is already a section for tools as I point out above.

What is the point of changing what was decided to do only for DOS?
A program is a program. It was decided that for games and commercial utilities, generation MSX was sufficient and it was you yourself who had decided to do the "scenetools" section. So why not put those for MSX-DOS? What is the logic?

Van mars2000you

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20-04-2020, 11:35

I repeat: the SceneTools category is also used for these pages.

Van Grauw

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20-04-2020, 11:40

gdx wrote:

I makes an example of what it should be in wiki:
https://www.msx.org/wiki/MSX2_%28MSX-DOS%29

"It's an external MSX-DOS 1 tool created by Stefan Danes."

I think you should remove the word external here.

Van mars2000you

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20-04-2020, 11:41

Grauw wrote:
gdx wrote:

I makes an example of what it should be in wiki:
https://www.msx.org/wiki/MSX2_%28MSX-DOS%29

"It's an external MSX-DOS 1 tool created by Stefan Danes."

I think you should remove the word external here.

Ok, It will take less space in the server database :)

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