DialScript 1.7.1 Submission

Date: Tue, 22 Mar 1994 01:12:51 -0500 (EST)

DialScript is a freeware serial communications program that provides
an easy to use scripting language that permits users to write scripts
to automate a login process. It is intended to be used in conjunction
with a terminal emulation program that lacks or has poor scripting
facilities of its own. For example, it is often used with MacLayers.

DialScript runs, executes your script, and when login is complete
optionally automatically quits and launches your terminal emulator.

The language is powerful enough to allow you to dial a list of numbers
sequentially until one is not busy, define timeouts to deal with
unexpected problems, etc.

Version 1.7.1 is a very minor update. It contains a single language
change that simplifies scripts that must dial a list of numbers in
sequence. It should replace version 1.7 in the archives. This package
includes 680x0 code only.

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