This is the Windows app named Petit Ami whose latest release can be downloaded as petit_ami_0.1.tar.gz. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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Peitit-Ami is a graphical toolkit (GTK) for porting programs between operating systems that was written starting in the 1980's. In was originally written in Pascaline (A highly advanced Pascal), but I am in the process of translating it to C. Written before the time of Windows and XWindows, it was extended to those operating systems in a way that didn't require previous programs to be rewritten or thrown out. It does that by using clear, paradigm driven models of device I/O that carry over from one model into a higher level of I/O and abstraction.
- Completely free of restrictions. The source is all here and BSD licensed, and completely non-proprietary. You are free to build it into your own source, modify it, sell it, whatever.
- Petit-Ami does not *force* you into any particular style of programming. You don't have to use callback events (it is optional), or object orientation (again, optional).
- Uses standard I/O. All of the stdio (whitebook) library calls carry over. In fact, most text based programs can simply be recompiled and placed into windows.
- Has a series of nested I/O models. Standard text based (serial) programs can run in a terminal model, and those can carry into graphical models, and then windowed models with widgets.
- Has sound/midi processing modules, including sound and midi I/O, a built in sequencer, and other features.
- Has an extensive networking module, which extends the stdio I/O model, all the way through TLS security and certificates management.
- Emphasizes simple and logical paradigms and call models.
- Each module of Petit-Ami is independent. You can use only one of them or only a few of them.
- Not a "terminal emulator". Each module API level extends the last in a clear and logical way up to the full graphical level.
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