Update on info-mac uploads browser
Date: Sat, 10 Oct 92 15:02:05 EDT
QVT is a DEC VT220 Terminal Emulator for the Mac. It works well under both
System 6.0x and System 7.0. QVT supports international diacritical
characters and most file transfer protocols such Kermit, Xmodem, Ymodem,
#### TEXT skim-11-unix.txt ****
Date: Fri, 12 Feb 1993 13:57:18 GMT
This is a slightly improved version of the skim Unix program recently
posted by Craig Nevill-Manning . This version
also inserts the necessary 'cd' and 'get' commands so that you can feed
the resulting script directly into FTP.
I have sumex-aim in my .netrc file, so that all I need to do after the
skim is to type the following command to get the tagged files:
ftp sumex-aim.stanford.edu < download
Craig Nevill-Manning 's program description:
>I wrote this quick Unix program for browsing info-mac digests. I try to keep
>up with the new uploads to sumex, but it's a tedious, repetitive process to
>actually download the stuff I want. This C program scans a digest (or several)
>in a file or files given on the command line for the [*] denoting an upload
>notice, and prints out the description. Type y if you want to download it, and
#### TEXT skim-unix.txt ****
Date: Thu, 25 Nov 93 18:06:58 +1300
This is a new version of skim.c, a C program to ease the process of
downloading programs listed in the info-mac digest.
The latest modifications allow the site to be changed to a mirror site, and
the directory accordingly. Thanks to Robert Watkins (firstname.lastname@example.org)
for these additions!
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/* To compile this program, first modify the #defines. You have to choose the
local directory to be used and to set your e-mail address.
You'll also have to add the directory to look into at the mirror site
Then compile with cc -o skim skim.c -lcurses -ltermcap