Unlike other areas of this site, the downloads on this page are development test builds of software which can be found elsewhere. By their nature, these builds have had limited testing and may contain bugs or even be unstable. While testing and feedback will be welcomed, users uncomfortable with the potential risks may prefer to continue using the stable releases of these applications – which can be found elsewhere on this site.

Warning!

These builds may contain bugs, be unstable and have the potential to cause data loss. Those using them are advised to maintain adequate backups of important data and follow sensible precautions.

Test builds can be easily identified from the version details in their documentation and the info box on the iconbar menu. Whereas stable releases have a version number of the form “1.23”, test builds carry the build date and a revision number of the form ”r123” which uniquely identifies the version of source code used to create it. When reporting bugs, please always quote the relevant version number or revision code.

CashBook

This development build of CashBook is an alpha release for testing and feedback, and contains the following new features and bug fixes compared to the most recent stable release:

Warning!

This test build changes the file format used by CashBook, adding in a new block of data for holding account interest rates. Files saved from it will still load into CashBook 1.37 and earlier, but will produce a warning about data being discarded: if any interest rate data has been added in the test build, this will be lost. As ever, take backups of your data before loading it into a test build.

The most recent stable version of CashBook can be found here.

ARMv7 OK Iyonix OK Download: CashBook r4373
313 Kbytes | 29th September, 2017 | 26/32-bit neutral, ARMv7 OK

Test builds of CashBook are licensed under the EUPL, and the source is available in a form suitable for compiling on Linux using the associated build tools.

Download: CashBook r4373 Source
794 Kbytes | 29th September, 2017

If you download a test build of CashBook and try it out, please email me and let me know to help estimate how useful these releases are.

Clipboard

This development build of Clipboard has been updated for building in my standard development environment. There are no functional changes from the most recent stable release.

The most recent stable version of Clipboard can be found here.

ARMv7 OK Iyonix OK Download: Clipboard r2508
12 Kbytes | 18th May, 2014 | 26/32-bit neutral, ARMv7 OK

Test builds of Clipboard are in the Public Domain, and the source is available in a form suitable for assembbuildingling on Linux using the associated build tools.

Download: Clipboard r2508 Source
22 Kbytes | 18th May, 2014

If you download a test build of Clipboard and try it out, please email me and let me know to help estimate how useful these releases are.

Crosses

This development build of Crosses has been updated for building in my standard development environment and re-licensed. There should be no functional changes from the most recent stable release.

The most recent stable version of Crosses can be found here.

ARMv7 OK Iyonix OK Download: Crosses r2514
17 Kbytes | 19th May, 2014 | 26/32-bit neutral, ARMv7 OK

Test builds of Crosses are licensed under the EUPL, and the source is available in a form suitable for assembling on Linux using the associated build tools.

Download: Crosses r2514 Source
25 Kbytes | 19th May, 2014

If you download a test build of Crosses and try it out, please email me and let me know to help estimate how useful these releases are.

Filer Dir Patch

This development build of Filer Dir Patch contains no new functionality compared to the latest stable release. However its source has been transferred from ExtBasASM to ObjAsm format (which makes it much easier to build on modern systems).

The most recent stable version of Filer Dir Patch can be found here.

ARMv7 OK Iyonix OK Download: Filer Dir Patch r1811
7 Kbytes | 29th July, 2013 | 26/32-bit neutral, ARMv7 OK

Test builds of Filer Dir Patch are licensed under the EUPL, and the source is available in a form suitable for assembling on Linux using the associated build tools.

Download: Filer Dir Patch r1811 Source
13 Kbytes | 29th July, 2013

If you download a test build of Filer Dir Patch and try it out, please email me and let me know to help estimate how useful these releases are.

Find Icon Bar

This development build of Find Icon Bar has had its source transferred from ExtBasASM to ObjAsm format (which makes it much easier to build on modern systems).

The most recent stable version of Find Icon Bar can be found here.

ARMv7 OK Iyonix OK Download: Find Icon Bar r2444
7 Kbytes | 14th May, 2014 | 26/32-bit neutral, ARMv7 OK

Test builds of Find Icon Bar are licensed under the EUPL, and the source is available in a form suitable for assembling on Linux using the associated build tools.

Download: Find Icon Bar r2444 Source
15 Kbytes | 14th May, 2014

If you download a test build of Find Icon Bar and try it out, please email me and let me know to help estimate how useful these releases are.

Float

This development build of Float currently has no differences from the stable release.

The most recent stable version of Float can be found here.

ARMv7 OK Iyonix OK Download: Float r3171
69 Kbytes | 12th January, 2015 | 26/32-bit neutral, ARMv7 OK

Test builds of Float are licensed under the EUPL and the source is available in a form suitable for building on Linux using the associated build tools.

Download: Float r3171 Source
113 Kbytes | 12th January, 2015

If you download a test build of Float and try it out, please email me and let me know to help estimate how useful these releases are.

Fortune

This development build of Fortune contains a couple of improvements and bug fixes supplied by Martin Bazley. Its source has also been transferred from ExtBasASM to ObjAsm format (which makes it much easier to build on modern systems).

The most recent stable version of Fortune can be found here.

ARMv7 OK Iyonix OK Download: Fortune r1818
9 Kbytes | 30th July, 2013 | 26/32-bit neutral, ARMv7 OK

Test builds of Fortune are licensed under the EUPL, and the source is available in a form suitable for assembling on Linux using the associated build tools.

Download: Fortune r1818 Source
17 Kbytes | 30th July, 2013

If you download a test build of Fortune and try it out, please email me and let me know to help estimate how useful these releases are.

FreeMem

This development build of FreeMem has been updated for building in my standard development environment and re-licensed. There should be no functional changes from the most recent stable release.

The most recent stable version of FreeMem can be found here.

ARMv7 OK Iyonix OK Download: FreeMem r2511
14 Kbytes | 18th May, 2014 | 26/32-bit neutral, ARMv7 OK

Test builds of FreeMem are licensed under the EUPL, and the source is available in a form suitable for assembling on Linux using the associated build tools. Note that this is a different licence from that used for the current stable release.

Download: FreeMem r2511 Source
20 Kbytes | 18th May, 2014

If you download a test build of FreeMem and try it out, please email me and let me know to help estimate how useful these releases are.

GetFiler

This development build of GetFiler has been updated with a number of minor improvements and bug fixes:

The most recent stable version of GetFiler can be found here.

ARMv7 OK Iyonix OK Download: GetFiler r4044
16 Kbytes | 5th March, 2017 | 26/32-bit neutral, ARMv7 OK

Test builds of GetFiler are licensed under the EUPL, and the source is available in a form suitable for assembling on Linux using the associated build tools.

Download: GetFiler r4044 Source
23 Kbytes | 5th March, 2017

If you download a test build of GetFiler and try it out, please email me and let me know to help estimate how useful these releases are.

Hangman

This development build of Hangman has been updated for building in my standard development environment and re-licensed. There should be no functional changes from the most recent stable release.

The most recent stable version of Hangman can be found here.

ARMv7 OK Iyonix OK Download: Hangman r2516
19 Kbytes | 20th May, 2014 | 26/32-bit neutral, ARMv7 OK

Test builds of Hangman are licensed under the EUPL, and the source is available in a form suitable for assembling on Linux using the associated build tools.

Download: Hangman r2516 Source
30 Kbytes | 20th May, 2014

If you download a test build of Hangman and try it out, please email me and let me know to help estimate how useful these releases are.

IcnClipBrd

This development build of IcnClipBrd contains no new functionality compared to the latest stable release. However its source has been tidied up further compared to the last stable release.

The most recent stable version of IcnClipBrd can be found here.

ARMv7 OK Iyonix OK Download: IcnClipBrd r1816
11 Kbytes | 29th July, 2013 | 26/32-bit neutral, ARMv7 OK

Test builds of IcnClipBrd are in the Public Domain, and the source is available in a form suitable for assembling on Linux using the associated build tools.

Download: IcnClipBrd r1816 Source
26 Kbytes | 29th July, 2013

If you download a test build of IcnClipBrd and try it out, please email me and let me know to help estimate how useful these releases are.

Locate 2

This development build of Locate 2 is a work in progress to allow new features to be tested by end users. While it may be unstable, it currently contains the following new features compared to the most recent stable release.

The most recent stable version of Locate can be found here.

ARMv7 OK Iyonix OK Download: Locate r3520
158 Kbytes | 19th February, 2016 | 26/32-bit neutral, ARMv7 OK

Test builds of Locate 2 are licensed under the EUPL, and the source is available in a form suitable for compiling on Linux using the associated build tools. Note that this is a different licence from that used for Locate 1.

Download: Locate r3520 Source
483 Kbytes | 19th February, 2016

If you download a test build of Locate 2 and try it out, please email me and let me know to help estimate how useful these releases are.

Master

This development build of Master has been updated for building in my standard development environment and re-licensed. There should be no functional changes from the most recent stable release.

The most recent stable version of Master can be found here.

ARMv7 OK Iyonix OK Download: Master r2514
18 Kbytes | 19th May, 2014 | 26/32-bit neutral, ARMv7 OK

Test builds of Master are licensed under the EUPL, and the source is available in a form suitable for assembling on Linux using the associated build tools.

Download: Master r2514 Source
25 Kbytes | 19th May, 2014

If you download a test build of Master and try it out, please email me and let me know to help estimate how useful these releases are.

MsgMon

This development build of MsgMon contains no new functionality compared to the latest stable release. However its source has been tidied up further compared to the last stable release.

The most recent stable version of MsgMon can be found here.

ARMv7 OK Iyonix OK Download: MsgMon r1810
12 Kbytes | 29th July, 2013 | 26/32-bit neutral, ARMv7 OK

Test builds of MsgMon are licensed under the EUPL, and the source is available in a form suitable for assembling on Linux using the associated build tools.

Download: MsgMon r1810 Source
29 Kbytes | 29th July, 2013

If you download a test build of MsgMon and try it out, please email me and let me know to help estimate how useful these releases are.

Pairs

This development build of Pairs has been updated for building in my standard development environment and re-licensed. It has also seen the addition of the Style Guide compliant Help entry in its iconbar menu.

The most recent stable version of Pairs can be found here.

ARMv7 OK Iyonix OK Download: Pairs r2503
49 Kbytes | 18th May, 2014 | 26/32-bit neutral, ARMv7 OK

Test builds of Pairs are licensed under the EUPL, and the source is available in a form suitable for assembling on Linux using the associated build tools.

Download: Pairs r2503 Source
68 Kbytes | 18th May, 2014

If you download a test build of Pairs and try it out, please email me and let me know to help estimate how useful these releases are.

PC Keyboard

Compared to the current stable release, this development build of PC Keyboard is less anti-social in the way that it polls the Wimp: polling is done using Wimp_PollIdle, and is turned off when not required (ticket #540).

The most recent stable version of PC Keyboard can be found here.

ARMv7 OK Iyonix OK Download: PC Keyboard r3284
18 Kbytes | 18th June, 2015 | 26/32-bit neutral, ARMv7 OK

Test builds of PC Keyboard are licensed under the EUPL, and the source is available in a form suitable for assembling on Linux using the associated build tools.

Download: PC Keyboard r3284 Source
34 Kbytes | 18th June, 2015

If you download a test build of PC Keyboard and try it out, please email me and let me know to help estimate how useful these releases are.

PrintPDF

This development build of PrintPDF fixes a bug with the Bookmark Name field, which got confused when more than one bookmark editor window was open. It also uses an updated version of SFLib which bounds checks many more string copy operations.

The most recent stable version of PrintPDF can be found here.

ARMv7 OK Iyonix OK Download: PrintPDF r4341
139 Kbytes | 18th September, 2017 | 26/32-bit neutral, ARMv7 OK

Test builds of PrintPDF are licensed under the EUPL, and the source is available in a form suitable for compiling on Linux using the associated build tools.

Download: PrintPDF r4341 Source
253 Kbytes | 18th September, 2017

If you download a test build of PrintPDF and try it out, please email me and let me know to help estimate how useful these releases are.

PS2Paper

This development build of PS2Paper is a work in progress ahead of the first formal release.

The most recent stable version of PS2Paper can be found here.

ARMv7 OK Iyonix OK Download: PS2Paper r3747
57Kbytes | 26th October, 2016 | 26/32-bit neutral, ARMv7 OK

Test builds of PS2Paper are licensed under the EUPL, and the source is available in a form suitable for compiling on Linux using the associated build tools.

Download: PS2Paper r3747 Source
93 Kbytes | 26th October, 2016

If you download a test build of PS2Paper and try it out, please email me and let me know to help estimate how useful these releases are.

ResFSApps

This development build of ResFSApps has been updated for building in my standard development environment and re-licensed. There should be no functional changes from the most recent stable release.

The most recent stable version of ResFSApps can be found here.

ARMv7 OK Iyonix OK Download: ResFSApps r2509
19 Kbytes | 18th May, 2014 | 26/32-bit neutral, ARMv7 OK

Test builds of ResFSApps are licensed under the EUPL, and the source is available in a form suitable for assembling on Linux using the associated build tools. Note that this is a different licence from that used for the current stable release.

Download: ResFSApps r2509 Source
32 Kbytes | 18th May, 2014

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Solitaire

This development build of Solitaire has been updated for building in my standard development environment and re-licensed. There should be no functional changes from the most recent stable release.

The most recent stable version of Solitaire can be found here.

ARMv7 OK Iyonix OK Download: Solitaire r2514
16 Kbytes | 19th May, 2014 | 26/32-bit neutral, ARMv7 OK

Test builds of Solitaire are licensed under the EUPL, and the source is available in a form suitable for assembling on Linux using the associated build tools.

Download: Solitaire r2514 Source
23 Kbytes | 19th May, 2014

If you download a test build of Solitaire and try it out, please email me and let me know to help estimate how useful these releases are.

TaskKill

This development build of TaskKill has been updated for building in my standard development environment and re-licensed. There should be no functional changes from the most recent stable release.

The most recent stable version of TaskKill can be found here.

ARMv7 OK Iyonix OK Download: TaskKill r2510
8 Kbytes | 18th May, 2014 | 26/32-bit neutral, ARMv7 OK

Test builds of TaskKill are licensed under the EUPL, and the source is available in a form suitable for assembling on Linux using the associated build tools. Note that this is a different licence from that used for the current stable release.

Download: TaskKill r2510 Source
13 Kbytes | 18th May, 2014

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Windows Scroll

This development build of Windows Scroll contains some small changes compared to the latest stable release, which should make it work better with modern versions of the Window Manager. However its source has also been transferred from ExtBasASM to ObjAsm format (which makes it much easier to build on modern systems) and some minor improvements have been made to the module’s error handling.

The most recent stable version of Windows Scroll can be found here.

ARMv7 OK Iyonix OK Download: Windows Scroll r1815
16 Kbytes | 29th July, 2013 | 26/32-bit neutral, ARMv7 OK

Test builds of Windows Scroll are licensed under the EUPL, and the source is available in a form suitable for assembling on Linux using the associated build tools.

Download: Windows Scroll r1815 Source
30 Kbytes | 29th July, 2013

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Windows Keys

This development build of Windows Keys has no functional differences from the current stable build. However the source code for the Configure plugin has been rescued and converted into ASCII for use with Tokenize.

The most recent stable version of Windows Keys can be found here.

ARMv7 OK Iyonix OK Download: Windows Keys r2507
19 Kbytes | 18th May, 2014 | 26/32-bit neutral, ARMv7 OK

Test builds of Windows Keys are licensed under the EUPL, and the source is available in a form suitable for assembling on Linux using the associated build tools.

Download: Windows Keys r2507 Source
30 Kbytes | 18th May, 2014

If you download a test build of Windows Keys and try it out, please email me and let me know to help estimate how useful these releases are.