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Alan Bawden

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Jun 10, 2001, 3:32:34 AM6/10/01
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The scsh-manual.ps included with Scsh 0.5.3 still seems to be the one from
release 0.5.2. I kind of expected to find a description of the new
database stuff here... It isn't in the `doc' directory either...

It would also be nice if the html SRFIs were included in the `doc'
directory.

Despite bitching about the documentation, I want to thank you all for the
work you have put in to Scsh over the years. Without Scsh, my life would
be an endless night of bleakness and despair

- Alan

Michael Sperber [Mr. Preprocessor]

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Jun 10, 2001, 5:24:36 AM6/10/01
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>>>>> "Alan" == Alan Bawden <Al...@LCS.MIT.EDU> writes:

Alan> The scsh-manual.ps included with Scsh 0.5.3 still seems to be the one from
Alan> release 0.5.2. I kind of expected to find a description of the new
Alan> database stuff here... It isn't in the `doc' directory either...

Yeah, well, we aren't happy about the state of affairs either, but in
the end the pressures of finally getting the release out won. There's
some ASCII docs in

scsh/odbc/odbc.txt

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Cheers =8-} Mike
Friede, Völkerverständigung und überhaupt blabla

Paul Emsley

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Jun 10, 2001, 11:37:51 AM6/10/01
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>>>>> "Alan" == Alan Bawden <Al...@LCS.MIT.EDU> writes:

Alan> I want to thank
Alan> you all for the work you have put in to Scsh over the years.
Alan> Without Scsh, my life would be an endless night of bleakness
Alan> and despair.

Ah... they'd make you use perl, eh?

:)

Paul.

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http://www.chem.gla.ac.uk/~paule

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