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Description: Flush unused libraries,devices and fonts from RAM.
Download: flush.lha       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 20kb
Version: 1.6
Date: 16 Feb 2006
Author: Gary Duncan, Joachim Birging
Submitter: Joachim Birging
Email: jocke birging/gmail com
Category: utility/shell
License: Other
Distribute: yes
Min OS Version: 4.0
FileID: 1606
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Just Recompiled for OS4.

Original readme:

This program flushes unused libraries,devices and fonts from RAM. 
Options include reporting on which did and didn't get flushed, selection
of either devices/libraries/fonts, report mode only, and announcing
amount of memory regained. It runs from the CLI and under AmigaDOS 2.04+.

Objects deemed flushable are those with a zero-user count. Note that
not every Object will flush itself (eg diskfont.library).

This is Version 1.5 and is freeware. C-source included; compiles
under SAS/C 6.3


Flush: flushes unused libraries, devices, fonts from RAM
Version 1.5  [Oct 17 1995] written by gduncan()werple.net.au

usage: flush [-a] [-d] [-f] [-l] [-q] [-h] [-oOBJ]
 -a    ; flush devices/fonts/libraries
 -d    ; only flush devices
 -f    ; only flush fonts
 -l    ; only flush libraries
 -q    ; quiet mode; don't print names of all removed objects
 -oOBJ ; remove OBJ , must have a suffix of .library or .device
 -h    ; this message

 ...else just report fkushable objects.

Put it anywhere in your path.


Use it at your own risk :) I do 


 Gary Duncan
 57 Melbourne Hill Rd
 Vic 3113

E-mail :-  gduncan()werple.net.au


Thanks to these beta-testers for testing early versions:-

 Benbuck Nason (bigben()netcom.com)
 Torsten Nielsen (torsten()diku.dk)
 Darren Reid and others (shockwave()jupiter.sun.csd.unb.ca)

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