6 Jan 87
Much has been added to the (now) Unisig library since
the advent of Usenet groups such as 'mod.sources' and the cooperation
of various Unisig members who have collected things on tape for me.
The total collection is now about 25 megabytes.
Items of interest include:
hack and larn (games)
uumap (usenet locations & connections)
gnuemacs (version 18.23)
dec/cstyle.me (Martin Minow's C Style Sheet)
A very useful small item is mpl/xtx. It lets you embed a single
command line into its associated source file to relieve the strain on your
own personal memory.
For information on the mod.sources stuff, see mod.sources_index.
carl lowenstein marine physical lab u.c. san diego
21 Oct 83
This is the total ss & os sig library tape to date.
A major contribution of i/o drivers and inter-operating system
utilities came from Mark Bartelt, then at Cal Tech. I have
added a few things that I found useful.
The program 'ansitar' came from Usenet News. It seems
to be not owned by anybody, as best I can tell. It does for
ANSI standard tapes what 'tar(1)' does for TAR tapes, and seems
to be very compatible with RT11 tapes, both reading and writing.
The program 'xrf', a c cross-referencer, came from the DECUS
C release. In the unix environment, it suffers from being
developed for RT and RSX, since it does its own output paging
rather than piping to 'pr'.
SS & OS Librarian and Tape Copy Coordinator
Marine Physical Lab.
U. C. S. D. P-004
La Jolla, CA 92093
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