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RE: Porting to MS Windows



>>John Chiang[SMTP:jchiang@crl.com] writes:
>>
>>No one has fully ported even the base code to Windows yet,
>>but I am compiling a list of folks who are interested in
>>helping do the port.  Kevin Hartig <hartig@fsl.noaa.gov>
>>has just started a port for Win16 and I'll be focusing on
>>Win32.  If someone has access to a shared FTP site, perhaps
>>we could keep the interim code there to share among
>>ourselves while we complete the port?
>
>If noone else volunteers, you are welcome to store code here:
>
>   ftp://ftp.winternet.com/users/~sjwalter/
>
>I would also be interested in assisting in the porting process.
>
>-Scotty
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> Maverick Software        |  fit annah muhr on th' floppy.  Y' jes
>                          |  kinna mess wi' th' lahws o' data
> SJWalter@WinterNet.COM   |  compression!"
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I would also like to volunteer helping with a win32 port of the library. I
can also offer an ftp site (secure if needed) and web pages on my server. I
really want to see the efforts with the wwwlib ports remain in the public
domain for use by all interested parties freely. I started in the UNIX
environment and really enjoyed the 'community good' spirit it had, I would
really like to see an equivalent develop among the pc (windows, nt, os/2
etc..) users.

chris

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