(Summary) Smalltalk on MAC

Date: Fri, 11 Dec 92 20:29:39 MET

> Could you resubmit?

Sure, no problem.

Congratulations, by the way, on your new hard disk -- I wish I had
known earlier that your fundraising drive accepted credit cards, or I
would have donated some money myself (let me know if can still use
donations). Sumex has been a wonderful resource the past few
years. I couldn't have survived without the services you people and
the umich guys have been supplying. Thanks for everything...

Leo

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This is the description of Microsoft's Rich Text Format (RTF).

Additional (Unix-format) software for building simple RTF
translators has been written and made available by Paul DuBois
(dubois@primate.wisc.edu) on ftp-site ftp.primate.wisc.edu in the
pub/RTF directory.

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Leo Breebaart (leo @ cp.tn.tudelft.nl)

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Date: Tue, 27 Oct 92 16:25 BST

This is a summary of the *excellent* response I received about Smalltalk on
Macintosh which I thought I should post back to INFO-MAC. I have also
individually posted the people who actually sent the replies.

All replies have been edited by me for clarity, so I take responsibility
for errors etc. Opinions expressed belong to the original author.

Between posting and getting the replies back, I contacted Xerox EuroParc and
Xerox Parc to find out whether the 'inventor' of Smalltalk (Adele Goldberg)
still worked for them. They pointed me to her new company, ParcPlace Systems.

Below are some comments about ParcPlace Systems version of smalltalk, including
a reply direct from a ParcPlace Systems employee (good to know they are on the
net!)

Path: /www/exparrot/files.tidbits.com/info-mac/dev/info/rich-text-format.hqx

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