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# git -C /usr/ports log --diff-filter=A --name-status --pretty="format:%aI %H" origin/master | perl -nlE '/^\d/ ? $d=$_ : print "$d\t$_"' | ack "\t[0-9a-z-]+/[^/ ]+/Makefile$"

1994-12-31T18:07:46+00:00 archivers/arc Create & extract files from DOS .ARC files
This package creates and extracts-from ARC archives. An ARC archive
contains files which are compressed according to the most efficient
of three algorithms. ARC archives are usually only used for compatibility
with MS-DOS.

WWW: http://arc.sourceforge.net/
1994-12-31T05:34:27+00:00 games/xmille X window mille bourne game
xmille - X window mille bourne game

Xmille brings up a window for a mille bourne game. When selecting one
of your cards, the left button plays the card, the right button
discards the card and the middle button chooses whichever is appropriate,
first trying to play the card, and then discarding it
1994-12-29T23:35:47+00:00 lang/schemetoc Scheme-to-C, a compiler and interpreter for compiling scheme into C
Scheme->C is an implementation of the language Scheme as described
in the Revised^4 Report on the Algorithmic Language Scheme (Lisp
Pointers, Volume Iv, Number 3, July-September 1991).

This implementation has certain extensions to the language which
allows Scheme to be compiled to C into standalone programs, combined
with other languages, or compiled into the interpreter itself.

Scheme->C also includes an X interface library.

This port includes shared libs.

Ported to FreeBSD by Josh MacDonald, jmacd@uclink.berkeley.edu
1994-12-29T13:09:54+00:00 games/xminesweep X11 minesweeper game
Xminesweep like Windoze minesweeper game
1994-12-29T13:07:57+00:00 x11/x3270 3270 Terminal emulator
3270 terminal emulator under X.

WWW: http://x3270.bgp.nu/
1994-12-29T13:04:34+00:00 ftp/moxftp Ftp shell under X Window System
Xftp ftp shell under X windows v 2.2
1994-12-29T01:10:57+00:00 graphics/povray37 Persistence of Vision Ray Tracer
POV-Ray(TM) Persistence of Vision Ray Tracer

The Persistence of Vision(tm) Ray-Tracer creates three-dimensional,
photo-realistic images using a rendering technique called ray-tracing. It
reads in a text file containing information describing the objects and
lighting in a scene and generates an image of that scene from the view point
of a camera also described in the text file. Ray-tracing is not a fast
process by any means, but it produces very high quality images with realistic
reflections, shading, perspective and other effects.

WWW: http://www.povray.org/
1994-12-29T01:10:57+00:00 graphics/povray36 Persistence of Vision Ray Tracer
The Persistence of Vision(tm) Ray-Tracer creates three-dimensional,
photo-realistic images using a rendering technique called ray-tracing. It
reads in a text file containing information describing the objects and
lighting in a scene and generates an image of that scene from the view point
of a camera also described in the text file. Ray-tracing is not a fast
process by any means, but it produces very high quality images with realistic
reflections, shading, perspective and other effects.

WWW: http://www.povray.org/
1994-12-29T01:10:57+00:00 graphics/povray Persistence of Vision Ray Tracer
POV-Ray(TM) 3.5 Persistence of Vision Ray Tracer

The Persistence of Vision(tm) Ray-Tracer creates three-dimensional,
photo-realistic images using a rendering technique called ray-tracing. It
reads in a text file containing information describing the objects and
lighting in a scene and generates an image of that scene from the view point
of a camera also described in the text file. Ray-tracing is not a fast
process by any means, but it produces very high quality images with realistic
reflections, shading, perspective and other effects.

Legal and License information can be consulted in the following file
/usr/local/share/doc/povray-3.6/povlegal.doc

WWW: http://www.povray.org/
1994-12-28T15:19:16+00:00 archivers/unrar Extract, view & test RAR archives
The UnRAR utility is a freeware program, distributed with source code and
developed for extracting, testing and viewing the contents of archives created
with the RAR archiver, version 1.50 and above.

The UnRAR utility is a minor part of the RAR archiver and contains RAR
uncompression algorithm. UnRAR requires very small volume of memory to operate.

WWW: https://rarlab.com/
1994-12-28T11:53:42+00:00 emulators/cpmtools Utility to transfer files from/to CP/M (R) diskettes
Title: CPM

Description:

Cpm lets UNIX users read and write standard cp/m 8" floppy disks and
provides a cp/m like user interface for manipulating cp/m files.

History:

The program has been developed in 1983. Helge was kind enough to change
the original copyright to a BSD-like one, so i've been able to port the
program to FreeBSD and distribute it freely.

Ported & maintained by: J"org Wunsch <joerg@FreeBSD.org>, 1994

Frequently asked question:

No, FreeBSD's floppy-disk driver does not (yet) understand FM diskettes.
1994-12-28T08:55:36+00:00 misc/tkman Tcl/Tk based manual browser
A manual page reader, TkMan offers two major advantages over xman:
hypertext links to other man pages (click on a word in the text which
corresponds to a man page, and you jump there), and better navigation
within long man pages with searches (both incremental and regular
expression) and jumps to section headers. TkMan also offers some
convenience features, like a user-configurable list of commonly used man
pages, a one-click printout, and integration of `whatis' and `apropos'.
Further, one may highlight, as if with a yellow marker, arbitrary passages
of text in man pages and subsequently jump directly to these passages by
selecting an identifying excerpt from a pulldown menu. Finally, TkMan
gives one control over the directory-to-menu volume mapping of man pages
with a capability similar to but superior to xman's mandesc in that rather
than forcing all who share a man directory to follow a single organization,
TkMan gives control to the individual. In fact, one may decide he has no
use for a large set of man pages--say for instance the programmer routines
in volumes 2, 3, 4, 8--and eliminate them from his personal database.

WWW: http://tkman.sourceforge.net/
1994-12-28T08:53:21+00:00 textproc/rman Reverse compile man pages from formatted form
PolyglotMan takes formatted man pages from most of the popular flavours
of UN*X and transforms them into any of a number of source formats. It
can produce ASCII-only, section headers-only, TkMan, [tn]roff, Ensemble,
SGML, HTML, LaTeX, RTF, Perl 5 POD.
1994-12-28T04:44:59+00:00 archivers/sharutils Pack, send, and unpack shell archives; synchronize via e-mail
This is the set of GNU shar utilities. This port installs them
with the letter "g" prepended to their names, to avoid conflict
with the FreeBSD base system. The uudecode and uuencode commands
are omitted (BSD versions are present in the base system). The
shar utilities deal with shar files, so-called shell archives, which
are scripts suitable for transmission by e-mail or Usenet.

When a shar file is executed, the files it contains are unpacked
without the need for any software other than the shell itself and
sed. Because they are scripts, shell archives from strangers should
be read before executing them, to check for harmful commands.

synopses from the info pages:

* gmail-files: Send files to remote site.
* gmailshar: Make and send a shell archive.
* gremsync: Synchronize remote directory trees using e-mail.
* gshar: Make a shell archive.
* gunshar: Explode a shell archive.

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/s/sharutils/
1994-12-28T04:44:59+00:00 archivers/gshar+gunshar Allow packing and unpacking of shell archives
This is the set of GNU shar utilities.

`shar' makes so-called shell archives out of many files, preparing
them for transmission by electronic mail services. `unshar' helps
unpacking shell archives after reception. The core of both programs
is initially derived from public domain. Some modules and other
code sections are freely borrowed from other GNU distributions,
bringing `shar' under the terms of the GNU General Public License.

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/sharutils/sharutils.html
1994-12-28T01:55:04+00:00 archivers/unarj Allows files to be extracted from ARJ archives
This is an extract-only program which allows access to the contents of ARJ
archives. You cannot specify a base directory or select individual files
to extract. UNARJ does not support empty directories or volume labels.

WWW: http://www.arjsoftware.com/
1994-12-27T12:57:52+00:00 shells/pdksh The Public Domain Korn Shell
PDKSH is the Public Domain Korn Shell. Its command language is a
superset of the sh(1) shell language.

WWW: http://www.cs.mun.ca/~michael/pdksh/
1994-12-26T15:26:04+00:00 games/xmine The `Athena' port of the xminesweeper game
xmine is an X11-based version of the popular PC game Minesweeper. The
object is to place flags on mines on the game board without exposing
them.

xmine is freely redistributable. It's mostly Xlib-based, but it
requires Motif libraries for the menus.

===

This version of xmine is based on Paul Falstad's version 1.0.3, as
published in comp.sources.x. It has been heavily munged to work
without OSF/Motif.

Since the game itself has some 3D look, linking against the famous
Xaw3d library is highly recommended.
1994-12-26T09:10:33+00:00 archivers/lha Archive files using LZSS and Huffman compression (.lzh files)
LHa for UNIX

This unofficial version of lha is based on Version 1.00. This
version supports extraction & archiving using -lh5- & -lh6- as well as
extraction using -lh7- algorithm.

All the bug reports on this version should be directed to Tsuguo
Okamoto <tsugio@muc.biglobe.ne.jp>.

If this software is included in a medium that may be obtained by
users without network connectivity, please notify Tsuguo Okamoto in
advance. Redistribution over networks is not restricted.

According to Masafumi NAKANE <max@wide.ad.jp> the author gives
permission to distribute this software on FreeBSD CDROM.

WWW: http://www2m.biglobe.ne.jp/~dolphin/lha/lha.htm
1994-12-22T12:33:40+00:00 archivers/zip Create/update ZIP files compatible with PKZIP
Zip is a compression and file packaging utility. It is compatible with
PKZIP 2.04g (Phil Katz ZIP) for MSDOS systems. There is a companion to zip
called unzip (of course) which you can also install from the ports/package
system.

WWW: http://www.info-zip.org/Zip.html
1994-12-19T06:01:05+00:00 cad/irsim Event-driven logic-level simulator for MOS circuis
IRSIM is an event-driven logic-level simulator for MOS circuits.

To run irsim, users should set CAD_HOME to the base installation directory
where magic was installed, e.g. /usr/local. Alternatively, the system
administrator can create a dummy user named 'cad' with its home
directory set to the installation directory.

WWW: http://opencircuitdesign.com/irsim/
1994-12-18T21:12:10+00:00 cad/magic Interactive editor for VLSI layouts
Magic is an interactive editor for VLSI layouts that runs under BSD.

To run magic, users should set CAD_HOME to the base installation directory
where magic was installed, e.g. /usr/local. Alternatively, the system
administrator can create a dummy user named 'cad' with its home
directory set to the installation directory.

WWW: http://opencircuitdesign.com/magic/
1994-12-17T11:54:27+00:00 multimedia/mpeg_play Program to play mpeg movies on X displays
This is mpeg_play, which will let you view mpeg movies on X window
displays.
1994-12-17T11:54:27+00:00 graphics/mpeg_play A program to play mpeg movies on X displays
This is mpeg_play, which will let you view mpeg movies on X window
displays.

- Satoshi
asami@cs.berkeley.edu
1994-12-14T23:01:27+00:00 multimedia/vic MBone video conferencing tool
This package contains the binary release of LBL's `vic' network video
conferencing tool.

WWW: http://www-mice.cs.ucl.ac.uk/multimedia/software/vic/
1994-12-14T23:01:27+00:00 mbone/vic MBONE video tool
This package contains the binary release of LBL's `vic' network video
conferencing tool.

WWW: http://www-mice.cs.ucl.ac.uk/multimedia/software/vic/
1994-12-14T21:21:36+00:00 x11-toolkits/blt Extension to the Tk toolkit
The BLT Toolkit is an extension to Tcl and Tk. It adds new commands
and widgets to the Tcl interpreter. Included widgets are 2D graph,
barchart, stripchart, tab notebook, and tree viewer.

WWW: http://pdqi.com/w/pw/pdqi/Wize/Wize
1994-12-13T09:07:03+00:00 sysutils/xsysstats System information display tool
XSysStats is a system information display tool similar to perfmeter. It
displays its information in the form of a strip chart. It can also display
information about remote hosts, as perfmeter can do.

XSysStats can display any number of graphs at one time in the same window.
Information being displayed in the window need not be all of the same host.
For example, you could have it display the percentage of cpu being utilized
of half a dozen (or more) different hosts. Also, splitting the window
into smaller windows is now supported (similar to what the perfmeter
in OW 3 allows)
1994-12-12T00:44:48+00:00 net/gopher Gopher client for access to a distributed document service
The Internet Gopher is a distributed document delivery service. It
allows a neophyte user to access various types of data residing on
multiple hosts in a seamless fashion. This is accomplished by
presenting the user a hierarchical arrangement of documents and by
using a client-server communications model. The Internet Gopher
Server accepts simple queries, and responds by sending the client
a document.

University of Minnesota
1994-12-08T10:20:17+00:00 x11-fonts/xfed A program that will let you edit X fonts (.bdf files)
xfed is a program that will let you edit X fonts (.bdf files). It
originates in the pre-R3 days and has been modified by lots of people
along the way. This version is taken from

WWW: ftp://ftp.cs.orst.edu:pub/src/X11R4/contrib/clients/xfed
1994-12-06T11:55:00+00:00 math/hexcalc Multi-radix calculator for x11
hexcalc is a multi-radix calculator for integers. It understands
decimal, hexadecimal, octal and binary numbers.
1994-12-06T01:46:31+00:00 games/oneko Cat chasing a mouse all over the screen
oneko displays a cat chasing the mouse. It is based on "xneko", which
displayed a cat in a cage (i.e., a rectangular window). She is now
free to run all over the screen.
1994-12-05T23:00:59+00:00 x11-wm/tvtwm Twm with a virtual desktop
tvtwm is a version of twm which incorporates virtual desktops, similar
to vtwm and swm. It is nearly identical to twm until you specify a
virtual desktop size in your .[tv]twmrc file, which is when you start
getting the benefits of this window manager.
1994-12-05T01:49:10+00:00 x11/rxvt Low memory usage xterm replacement that supports color
Rxvt is an xterm replacement which uses a little less memory, and
is suitable for use on machines with small memories. Tek4010 support
is removed.

Modifications were made by Rob Nation (nation@rocket.sanders.lockheed.com)
to make it a little more compact, and to add and remove certain
features.
1994-12-05T01:49:10+00:00 x11/rxvt-unicode Clone of the terminal emulator rxvt modified to support Unicode
rxvt-unicode is a clone of the well known terminal emulator rxvt, modified
to store text in Unicode (either UCS-2 or UCS-4) and to use locale-correct
input and output. It also supports mixing multiple fonts at the same time,
including Xft fonts.

WWW: http://software.schmorp.de/pkg/rxvt-unicode.html
1994-12-05T01:49:10+00:00 x11/rxvt-devel Low memory usage xterm replacement that supports color
Rxvt is an xterm replacement which uses a little less memory, and
is suitable for use on machines with small memories. Tek4010 support
is removed.

Modifications were made by Rob Nation (nation@rocket.sanders.lockheed.com)
to make it a little more compact, and to add and remove certain
features.
1994-11-25T04:47:47+00:00 math/xgraph Program that helps you plot graphs
xgraph is a program that will help you draw graphs. It is pretty old
(based on X11R3!) and required lots of hacks to make it compile.
1994-11-24T21:56:48+00:00 graphics/xli Utilities to display images in X11
These utilities display several types of images under X11, or load images
onto the X11 root window.

A variety of options are available to modify images prior to viewing. These
options include clipping, dithering, depth reduction, zoom (either X or Y
axis independently or both at once), brightening or darkening, input gamma
correction, and image merging. When applicable, these options are applied
automatically (e.g. a color image to be displayed on a monochrome screen
will be dithered automatically). An utility (xlito) is provided that allows
these viewing options to be appended to the image files.
1994-11-24T21:10:11+00:00 x11-wm/piewm tvtwm with pie (circular) menus
This is piewm, a tvtwm with "pie" (i.e., round) menus. You can change
"f.menu" and "menu" in your .tvtwmrc into "f.piemenu" "piemenu" in
.piewmrc and you will suddenly seeing lovely round menus.

It also has virtual desktops that you can "pull" things out, i.e.,
move the mouse into the virtual desktop window, grab a window with the
middle button, and move the mouse out, and then the window will appear
in the current screen. This feature is exactly the same as tvtwm.

WWW: http://www.crynwr.com/piewm/
1994-11-24T04:57:18+00:00 net/dgd-lpmud LPmud mudlib, for use with DGD
LPmud 2.4.5 simulation mudlib, as an example of implementing a multiuser
interactive environment using DGD.
1994-11-23T16:05:46+00:00 print/afm Adobe Font Metrics
Adobe Font Metrics. Describes the sizes of different postscript
types. Used by FlexFAX among others.
1994-11-23T14:48:06+00:00 print/transfig Tools to convert Xfig .fig files
TransFig is a set of tools for creating TeX documents with graphics
which are portable, in the sense that they can be printed in a wide
variety of environments.

Drivers currently exist for the following graphics languages:
AutoCad slide, BOX, (E)EPIC macros, LaTeX picture environment,
PIC, PiCTeX, PNG, PostScript, Encapsulated Postscript, GIF,
IBM-GL, JPEG, PCX, MF (METAFONT), TeXtyl, TIFF, TPIC, XBM (X11
Bitmap), XPM (X11 Pixmap), and TK (tcl/tk). Fig2dev can be
configured with a subset of these drivers.
1994-11-23T14:23:28+00:00 graphics/xfig Drawing program for X11
XFIG - Facility for Interactive Generation of figures under X11

Xfig is a menu-driven tool that allows the user to draw and manipulate objects
interactively in an X window. The resulting pictures can be saved, printed
on postscript printers or converted to a variety of other formats (e.g. to
allow inclusion in LaTeX documents).

To enjoy the beautiful colors, specify "*customization: -color" in your
.Xdefaults or .Xresources file.

Xfig is internationlized from version 3.2. To use i18n feature, type
$ xfig -international [-inputStyle OverTheSpot]
Xfig acts as non-i18n version without -international option. If you put
"Fig.international: true" into your resource file, -international option may
omitted.

ja_JP.EUC and ko_KR.EUC is tested for input, display, and printing.
For zh_CN.EUC, only display is confirmed.

Read /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/xfig/xfig.html for more information.

WWW: http://www.xfig.org/
1994-11-23T14:23:28+00:00 graphics/xfig-devel A drawing program for X11 (Alpha version)
XFIG - Facility for Interactive Generation of figures under X11

Xfig is a menu-driven tool that allows the user to draw and manipulate objects
interactively in an X window. The resulting pictures can be saved, printed
on postscript printers or converted to a variety of other formats (e.g. to
allow inclusion in LaTeX documents).

To enjoy the beautiful colors, specify "*customization: -color" in your
.Xdefaults or .Xresources file.

Xfig is internationlized from version 3.2. To use i18n feature, type
$ xfig -international [-inputStyle OverTheSpot]
Xfig acts as non-i18n version without -international option. If you put
"Fig.international: true" into your resource file, -international option may
omitted.

ja_JP.EUC and ko_KR.EUC is tested for input, display, and printing.
For zh_CN.EUC, only display is confirmed.

Read /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/xfig/xfig.html for more information.

WWW: http://www.xfig.org/
1994-11-23T07:23:24+00:00 lang/forth Implementation of ANSI Forth
This package contains all neccessary ANSI-C source files to build a
running Forth-environment on most UNIX machines, on DOS and on OS/2.

The Forth-system is closely modeled along the new American National
Standard for the programming language Forth. I implemented every word
of every word set mentioned in the dpANS-6 document of june 1993.
Additionally it is compatible to Forth-83.

WWW: http://pfe.sourceforge.net/
1994-11-22T23:59:14+00:00 textproc/coco Code converter for any of Mule's code
This is port of coco.

coco runs as a filter for code conversion among
any coding-systems which Mule can handle.

m2ps converts *internal* code, which Mule
handles, to Postscript by using bdf files.

coco and m2ps are one of commands in Mule2.3.
But this port just install coco and m2ps,
not all of Mule2.3.
1994-11-22T23:59:14+00:00 japanese/mule-wnn7 A multilingual emacs, with FreeWnn, Wnn6 and Wnn7 support built-in
This package contains only the executables for mule-2.3, a multilingual
editor based on emacs-19.34.

You should install the mule-common-2.3 package containing emacs lisp
files, info pages, and so on (except executables) for mule-2.3.

This package is built with Japanese support, using Wnn6.
It supports the following input methods: jeonkak, hangul for
Korean (Hanja), and quanjiao, zhuyin, erpin for Chinese (check out
${LOCALBASE}/lib/mule/site-lisp/site-start.el).

This package and the package, mule-common-2.3, *will* clobber any
existing emacs installation. In particular, the executables and man
pages of etags/ctags are installed, and the info pages that come with
the original emacs get installed too.

Although this shouldn't cause any problems to run both mule and emacs,
it may cause some confusion when one of them is pkg_delete'd. If
someone has a solution to this, please tell me.

A info "dir" file is supplied in the ${PORTSDIR}/editors/mule-common/files/
subdirectory of the ports package. Copy it into your /usr/local/info
to read mule info pages, but also make sure you also add everything
that may have been added to that file!

[Notice]
Mr. Yoshio KATAYAMA <kate@pfu.co.jp> fixed many bugs for mule-2.3.
Patches for those are in 'mule-2.3-19.34.patch-YYMMDD.tar.gz' and are
applied in this port.

- S. Taoka
taoka@FreeBSD.org
1994-11-22T23:59:14+00:00 japanese/mule-wnn6 Multilingual emacs, with Wnn4, and Wnn6 support built-in
This package contains only the executables for mule-2.3, a multilingual
editor based on emacs-19.34.

You should install the mule-common-2.3 package containing emacs lisp
files, info pages, and so on (except executables) for mule-2.3.

This package is built with Japanese support, using Wnn6.
It supports the following input methods: jeonkak, hangul for
Korean (Hanja), and quanjiao, zhuyin, erpin for Chinese (check out
${LOCALBASE}/lib/mule/site-lisp/site-start.el).

This package and the package, mule-common-2.3, *will* clobber any
existing emacs installation. In particular, the executables and man
pages of etags/ctags are installed, and the info pages that come with
the original emacs get installed too.

Although this shouldn't cause any problems to run both mule and emacs,
it may cause some confusion when one of them is pkg_delete'd. If
someone has a solution to this, please tell me.

A info "dir" file is supplied in the ${PORTSDIR}/editors/mule-common/files/
subdirectory of the ports package. Copy it into your /usr/local/info
to read mule info pages, but also make sure you also add everything
that may have been added to that file!

[Notice]
Mr. Yoshio KATAYAMA <kate@pfu.co.jp> fixed many bugs for mule-2.3.
Patches for those are in 'mule-2.3-19.34.patch-YYMMDD.tar.gz' and are
applied in this port.

- S. Taoka
taoka@FreeBSD.org
1994-11-22T23:59:14+00:00 japanese/mule-freewnn A multilingual emacs, with FreeWnn support built in (Only the executables)
This package contains only the executables for mule-2.3, a multilingual
editor based on emacs-19.34.

You should install the mule-common-2.3 package containing emacs lisp
files, info pages, and so on (except executables) for mule-2.3.

This package is built with Japanese support, using FreeWnn.
It supports the following input methods: jeonkak, hangul for
Korean (Hanja), and quanjiao, zhuyin, erpin for Chinese (check out
${LOCALBASE}/lib/mule/site-lisp/site-start.el).

This package and the package, mule-common-2.3, *will* clobber any
existing emacs installation. In particular, the executables and man
pages of etags/ctags are installed, and the info pages that come with
the original emacs get installed too.

Although this shouldn't cause any problems to run both mule and emacs,
it may cause some confusion when one of them is pkg_delete'd. If
someone has a solution to this, please tell me.

A info "dir" file is supplied in the ${PORTSDIR}/editors/mule-common/files/
subdirectory of the ports package. Copy it into your /usr/local/info
to read mule info pages, but also make sure you also add everything
that may have been added to that file!

[Notice]
Mr. Yoshio KATAYAMA <kate@pfu.co.jp> fixed many bugs for mule-2.3.
Patches for those are in 'mule-2.3-19.34.patch-YYMMDD.tar.gz' and are
applied in this port.

- S. Taoka
taoka@FreeBSD.org
1994-11-22T23:59:14+00:00 japanese/mule-canna A multilingual emacs, with Canna support built in (Only the executables)
This package contains only the executables for mule-2.3, a multilingual
editor based on emacs-19.34.

You should install the mule-common-2.3 package containing emacs lisp
files, info pages, and so on (except executables) for mule-2.3.

This package is built with Japanese support, using Canna.
It supports the following input methods: jeonkak, hangul for
Korean (Hanja), and quanjiao, zhuyin, erpin for Chinese (check out
${LOCALBASE}/lib/mule/site-lisp/site-start.el).

This package and the package, mule-common-2.3, *will* clobber any
existing emacs installation. In particular, the executables and man
pages of etags/ctags are installed, and the info pages that come with
the original emacs get installed too.

Although this shouldn't cause any problems to run both mule and emacs,
it may cause some confusion when one of them is pkg_delete'd. If
someone has a solution to this, please tell me.

A info "dir" file is supplied in the ${PORTSDIR}/editors/mule-common/files/
subdirectory of the ports package. Copy it into your /usr/local/info
to read mule info pages, but also make sure you also add everything
that may have been added to that file!

[Notice]
Mr. Yoshio KATAYAMA <kate@pfu.co.jp> fixed many bugs for mule-2.3.
Patches for those are in 'mule-2.3-19.34.patch-YYMMDD.tar.gz' and are
applied in this port.

- S. Taoka
taoka@FreeBSD.org
1994-11-22T23:59:14+00:00 editors/mule A multilingual emacs based 19.34 (Only the executables)
This package contains only the executables for mule-2.3, a multilingual
editor based on emacs-19.34.

You should install the mule-common-2.3 package containing emacs lisp
files, info pages, and so on (except executables) for mule-2.3.

It supports the following input methods: jeonkak, hangul for
Korean (Hanja), and quanjiao, zhuyin, erpin for Chinese (check out
${LOCALBASE}/lib/mule/site-lisp/site-start.el).

This package and the package, mule-common-2.3, *will* clobber any
existing emacs installation. In particular, the executables and man
pages of etags/ctags are installed, and the info pages that come with
the original emacs get installed too.

Although this shouldn't cause any problems to run both mule and emacs,
it may cause some confusion when one of them is pkg_delete'd. If
someone has a solution to this, please tell me.

A info "dir" file is supplied in the ${PORTSDIR}/editors/mule-common/files/
subdirectory of the ports package. Copy it into your /usr/local/info
to read mule info pages, but also make sure you also add everything
that may have been added to that file!

[Notice]
Mr. Yoshio KATAYAMA <kate@pfu.co.jp> fixed many bugs for mule-2.3.
Patches for those are in 'mule-2.3-19.34.patch-YYMMDD.tar.gz' and are
applied in this port.

- S. Taoka
taoka@FreeBSD.org
1994-11-22T23:59:14+00:00 editors/mule-common For a multilingual emacs, emacs lisp files, info pages, etc (except executables)
This package contains emacs lisp files, info pages, and so on (except
executables) for mule-2.3, a multilingual editor based on emacs-19.34.

You must install one of packages, mule-2.3, ja-mule-*-2.3
(ja-mule-canna-2.3, ja-mule-canna+sj3-2.3, etc.), zh-mule-freewnn-2.3
and ko-mule-freewnn-2.3, each of which contains only the executables
for mule-2.3.

This package and the above package of the executables *will* clobber
any existing emacs installation. In particular, the executables and
man pages of etags/ctags are installed, and the info pages that come
with the original emacs get installed too.

Although this shouldn't cause any problems to run both mule and emacs,
it may cause some confusion when one of them is pkg_delete'd. If
someone has a solution to this, please tell me.

A "dir" file is supplied in the ${PORTSDIR}/editors/mule-common/files/
subdirectory of the ports package. Copy it into your /usr/local/info
to read mule info pages, but also make sure you also add everything
that may have been added to that file!

- S. Taoka
taoka@FreeBSD.org
1994-11-22T23:37:45+00:00 japanese/Wnn7-lib Wnn7 client library
This port is Wnn7 client library including header and library files
for Wnn7 client development.

WWW: http://www.omronsoft.co.jp/
1994-11-22T23:37:45+00:00 japanese/Wnn6 A Japanese input method (this is not free)
This is a port of 'Wnn6 for Linux/FreeBSD', a Japanese input
method. 'Wnn6' is not free.

Note that 'Wnn6 for Linux/FreeBSD' is an old version, and you can
buy a newer version from Omron Software Co., Ltd. The newer Wnn6 is a
package-style for FreeBSD, so you can pkg_add it directly. That is, it
is not necessary to use this port if yours is the newer version.

+------------------------------------------+
| E-mail: wnn-info@omronsoft.co.jp |
| TEL: +81-44-246-6006 |
| FAX: +81-44-246-6011 |
+------------------------------------------+

Remark: If a value of ${PKG_PREFIX} is not '/usr/local', the following
symbolic links are made:

"/usr/local/bin/Wnn6" to "${PKG_PREFIX}/OMRONWnn6/Wnn6fbsd" and,
"/usr/local/lib/wnn6" to "${PKG_PREFIX}/OMRONWnn6/wnn6fbsd".

WWW: http://www.omronsoft.co.jp/
1994-11-22T23:37:45+00:00 japanese/Wnn6-lib Wnn6 client library
This port is Wnn6 client library including header and library files
for Wnn6 client development.

WWW: http://www.omronsoft.co.jp/
1994-11-22T23:37:45+00:00 japanese/FreeWnn-server Japanese/Chinese/Korean input method (Japanese server)
FreeWnn is a Japanese/Chinese/Korean input method.

This port installs only the server and dictionaries for
the Japanese imput method.

WWW: http://www.freewnn.org/
1994-11-22T23:37:45+00:00 japanese/FreeWnn-lib Japanese/Chinese/Korean input method (Japanese client libraries)
FreeWnn is a Japanese/Chinese/Korean input method.

This port installs only libraries for the Japanese imput method.
They include an static library (libwnn.a), header files,
and files used on the client side.

Note that you have to set a environment variable JSERVER before
you use an Wnn client.

WWW: http://www.freewnn.org/
1994-11-22T18:21:47+00:00 games/xjewel X11 dropping jewels game
Xjewel is a dropping block game akin to tetris.

It is played by controlling the motion of blocks which continue to fall from
the top of the screen. One can move them left and right, as well as
rotate the jewel segments. The object is to get the most points before
the grim reaper ends the fun.

Death happens when the screen is no longer capable of holding any more
blocks. To make high scores more interesting, you are given but three
attempts to get points -- use them wisely.

As the game progresses, and more jewels are removed, the speed of the game
will increase. This is measured in seconds of delay between steps of
block motion.
1994-11-22T15:56:30+00:00 audio/xcd Tcl/Tk CD player
Xcd is a simple GUI to control a CD player. It requires Tcl/Tk to be
installed on your system.
Xcd has the usual buttons to control a CD player: "play",
"pause/resume", "stop", "eject", "next track", "previous track",
"rewind", "forward" and a volume slider. Xcd displays continuously the
current track number and the elapsed time of the track. Pressing the
left mouse button on the "track" label causes Xcd to display the total
number of the tracks and the total duration of the disk. Pressing the
left mouse button on the "time" label causes xcd to display the
duration of the current track. Pressing the middle mouse button on
the "track" button allows to choose a track number to play.
1994-11-22T12:06:23+00:00 x11-toolkits/xview X Window-System-based Visual/Integrated Environment for Workstations
XView (X Window-System-based Visual/Integrated Environment for Workstations)
is a user-interface toolkit to support interactive, graphics-based
applications running under the X Window System. XView provides a set of
pre-built, user-interface objects such as canvases, scrollbars, menus, and
control panels. The appearance and functionality of these objects follow
the OPEN LOOK Graphical User Interface (GUI) specification. XView features
an object-oriented style Application Programmer's Interface (API) that is
straightforward and easy to learn.
This package contains all the configurations files needed for use of
the XView libraries and applications.

This package contains the libraries, headers and support files
necessary to build XView applications.

WWW: https://physionet.org/physiotools/xview/

Source Notes
------------
This version of the XView source corresponds to that provided with
OpenWindows Version 3.2 from SunSoft Inc. Libraries generated with this
source should be interchangeable with those from the OpenWindows Version 3.2
release.
1994-11-22T11:06:24+00:00 x11-toolkits/xview-clients OpenLook applications and man pages
XView (X Window-System-based Visual/Integrated Environment for
Workstations) is a user-interface toolkit to support interactive,
graphics-based applications running under the X Window System. The
appearance and functionality of XView applications follow the OPEN
LOOK Graphical User Interface (GUI) specification.

This package contains the olwm window manager, which is a ICCCM-compliant
window that adheres to the OPEN LOOK (TM) user interface.

The complete list of XView clients contained in this package are:

clock An XView clock application.
cmdtool An XView terminal emulator.
olwm The OPENLOOK window manager.
olwmslave 'helper' program for olwm.

Notes
-----
This version of the XView applications corresponds to that provided with
OpenWindows Version 3.2 from SunSoft Inc.

WWW: http://www.physionet.org/physiotools/xview/
1994-11-20T17:04:03+00:00 sysutils/screen Multi-screen window manager
Screen is a full-screen window manager that multiplexes a physical terminal
between several processes (typically interactive shells).
Each virtual terminal provides the functions of a DEC VT100 terminal and, in
addition, several control functions from the ANSI X3.64 (ISO 6429) and ISO
2022 standards (e.g. insert/delete line and support for multiple character
sets). There is a scrollback history buffer for each virtual terminal and a
copy-and-paste mechanism that allows moving text regions between windows.

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/screen/
1994-11-20T17:04:03+00:00 misc/screen A multi-screen window manager
Screen is a full-screen window manager that multiplexes a physical terminal
between several processes (typically interactive shells).
Each virtual terminal provides the functions of a DEC VT100 terminal and, in
addition, several control functions from the ANSI X3.64 (ISO 6429) and ISO
2022 standards (e.g. insert/delete line and support for multiple character
sets). There is a scrollback history buffer for each virtual terminal and a
copy-and-paste mechanism that allows moving text regions between windows.

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/screen/
1994-11-20T16:20:39+00:00 x11-wm/ctwm Extension to twm, with support for multiple virtual screens
CTWM is an extension to twm, that support multiple virtual screens,
and a lot of other goodies.

You can use and manage up to 32 virtual screens called workspaces.
You swap from one workspace to another by clicking on a button in an
optionnal panel of buttons (the workspace manager) or by invoking a function.

You can custom each workspace by choosing different colors, names
and pixmaps for the buttons and background root windows.

Main features are :

- Optional 3D window titles and border (ala Motif).
- Shaped, colored icons.
- Multiple icons for clients based on the icon name.
- Windows can belong to several workspaces.
- A map of your workspaces to move quickly windows between
different workspaces.
- Animations : icons, root backgrounds and buttons can be animated.
- Pinnable and sticky menus.
- etc...

WWW: https://www.ctwm.org/
1994-11-20T16:00:10+00:00 graphics/mpeg-lib
The MPEG Library is a collection of C routines to decode MPEG movies
and dither them in a variety of colour schemes. Most of the code in
the library comes directly from the Berkely MPEG player, an
X11-specific implementation that works fine, but suffers from minimal
documentation and a lack of modularity. A front end to the Berkeley
decoding engine was developed by Greg Ward at the Montreal
Neurological Institute in May/June 1994 to facilitate the development
of an MPEG player specifically for Silicon Graphics workstations; the
decoding engine together with the MNI front end constitute the MPEG
Library.

WWW: http://starship.python.net/~gward/mpeglib/
1994-11-20T01:30:16+00:00 games/golddig Getting the Gold and Avoiding Death
Golddig is a fast action game designed for use with the X window
system.
Makelev is used to create and edit new levels which can be used by
golddig.

The goal in golddig is to pick up all the gold pieces and then go to
the next level without getting eaten by one of the bad guys. The gold
pieces are distinctive small circular coins. After picking up all of
the gold, the player must get to an open door or the top row of the
level. After accomplishing this, the game will start the next level.
1994-11-18T02:57:28+00:00 x11-toolkits/Xaw3d 3-D Athena Widget set that looks like Motif
Xaw3d is a Xaw (Athena Widget Set) replacement that looks
three-dimensional. The author is Kalib Keithley (kaleb@x.org).
1994-11-18T02:55:04+00:00 japanese/kterm16c An xterm that speaks Japanese with 16 colors like on a VGA
kterm is a xterm replacement with Japanese (Kanji) support. It also
understands ANSI color sequences. This version is 6.2.0.

kterm16c is for console hardcopy on a VGA terminal. It enables to get
bitmaps of VGA terminal mode. Conversion for 16 color kterm was made by
KANDA Toshihiro<candy@kgc.co.jp>.

Also included is support for Xaw3d arrow-style scrollbars. You can
now hold down the arrow buttons to scroll continuously.

-KIRIYAMA Kazuhiko
<kiri@FreeBSD.org>
1994-11-18T02:55:04+00:00 japanese/kterm Xterm variant with Japanese support
Kterm is an xterm replacement with Japanese (Kanji) support. It also
understands ANSI color sequences. This version is 6.2.0, available
from the X11R6 contrib tape.

This package includes the following additional patches:

- Xaw3d arrow-style scrollbars
- neXtaw NeXT-style scrollbars
- kterm background-wallpaper support

WWW: http://bogytech.blogspot.jp/search/label/kterm
1994-11-17T23:24:39+00:00 emulators/tkhfs A Tcl/Tk front end to the hfs program
tkhfs is a graphical Tcl/Tk front end to hfs. It displays the mac files
in a selector. You can walk through folders, copy or display files or images
with a double click on a file name.
1994-11-17T23:15:38+00:00 emulators/hfs Read Macintosh HFS floppy disks, hard drives, and CD-ROMs
This port provides command line utility for accessing Macintosh HFS floppy
disks, hard drives, and CD-ROMs. The following functions are available:

- Display a directory listing (ls, dir)
- Change directories (cd)
- Display the name of the current directory (pwd)
- Copy an HFS file into a local file (read)
- Display the contents of an HFS file (cat)
- Display the partition table on a Macintosh volume

There is no HFS+ volumes support available.
1994-11-17T15:25:27+00:00 math/fudgit Multi-purpose data-processing and fitting program
FUDGIT is a double-precision multi-purpose fitting program.
It can manipulate complete columns of numbers in the form
of vector arithmetic. FUDGIT is also an expression language
interpreter understanding most of C grammar except pointers.
Morever, FUDGIT is a front end for any plotting program supporting
commands from stdin. It is a nice mathematical complement to
GNUPLOT, for example.

The main features of FUDGIT are:
- Command shell including history;
- Possible abbreviation of all the ``fitting mode'' commands;
- Possible plural when it makes sense too;
- Interactive shell supporting flow control (while,
if-else-endif, foreach);
- User definable macros;
- User definable aliases;
- On-line help;
- On-line loadable procedure- or function-objects;
- On-line selectable plotting program;
- Fourier transforms;
- Spline interpolation;
- Smoothing;
- Double-precision built-in calculator;
- Built-in interpreter supporting most of C language including
flow control (if, else, while, for, break, continue);
- User definable functions and procedures;
- Double-precision vector arithmetic;
- Access to the complete C math library;
- Access to any external C or FORTRAN routines/libraries
through dynamic loading;
- Built-in fitting series such as:
+ power series (polynomial);
+ sine series;
+ cosine series;
+ Legendre polynomials;
+ series of Gaussians;
+ series of exponentials;
+ series of lorentzian;
- User definable fitting functions;
- Totally dynamical allocation of variables and parameters;
- Possible selection of fitting ranges;

FUDGIT has a collection of fitting routines including:
- straight line (linear) least squares;
- straight line (linear) least absolute deviation;
- general linear least squares using QR decomposition;
- general linear least squares using singular value decomposition;
- nonlinear Marquardt-Levenberg method;
1994-11-15T20:44:51+00:00 lang/expect Sophisticated scripter based on Tcl/Tk
Expect is a program that performs programmed dialogue with other
interactive programs. It is briefly described by its man page, expect(1).

It uses pseudo-tty's to control the child processes, so it is not affected
by programs that refuse to read from stdin or pipes. (eg: passwd(1) etc).

WWW: http://expect.sourceforge.net
1994-11-15T01:29:32+00:00 net/tintin++ Client program to help playing MUDs
TinTin++ is a console MUD client for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X. Its main
assets are an easy to learn and use scripting language, full telnet support,
a split screen interface to separate mud output from client input, and
keyboard macros that work on all systems.

WWW: http://tintin.sourceforge.net/
1994-11-15T01:29:32+00:00 net/tintin++-devel A client program to help playing MUDs (devel version)
TinTin++ is a console MUD client for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X. Its main
assets are an easy to learn and use scripting language, full telnet support,
a split screen interface to separate mud output from client input, and
keyboard macros that work on all systems.

TinTin++ projet is now hosted on Google Code sine version 1.99.6b1.

WWW: http://tintin.sourceforge.net/
http://code.google.com/p/tintin-mud-client
1994-11-12T01:12:25+00:00 x11/xsnow Create a snowy and Santa-y desktop
Xsnow displays lovely moving snowflakes on your desktop, with Santa Claus
running all over the screen.

WWW: http://dropmix.xs4all.nl/rick/Xsnow/
1994-11-09T22:39:07+00:00 x11/xlockmore Like XLock session locker/screen saver, but just more
xlock locks the X server till the user enters their pass-
word at the keyboard. While xlock is running, all new
server connections are refused. The screen saver is disabled.
The mouse cursor is turned off. The screen is blanked and a
changing pattern is put on the screen. If a key or a mouse
button is pressed then the user is prompted for the password
of the user who started xlock.

If the correct password is typed, then the screen is
unlocked and the X server is restored. When typing the
password Control-U and Control-H are active as kill and
erase respectively. To return to the locked screen, click
in the small icon version of the changing pattern.

WWW: http://sillycycle.com/xlockmore.html
1994-11-08T03:35:39+00:00 sysutils/less Better pager utility
This is the distribution of "less", a paginator similar to "more" or "pg",
but much more powerful.

WWW: http://www.greenwoodsoftware.com/less/
1994-11-08T03:35:39+00:00 misc/less A better pager utility
This is the distribution of "less", a paginator similar to "more" or "pg",
but much more powerful.

WWW: http://www.greenwoodsoftware.com/less/
1994-11-07T17:29:02+00:00 net/fspclient Ftp-like client for the FSP service
FSP Client is single executable client for the FSP protocol. FSP
Client uses an FTP-like user interface. It feels like FTP, but under
the hood it uses FSP protocol. FSP is a UDP-based protocol for transfering
files around, and was designed for anonymous archives.

WWW: http://fspclient.sourceforge.net/
1994-11-06T22:15:46+00:00 multimedia/xanim Play most popular animation formats and show pictures
XAnim is a program that can display animations of various
formats on systems running X11. XAnim currently supports
the following animation types:

+ FLI animations.
+ FLC animations.
+ IFF animations. The following features are sup-
ported:
-> Compressions 3,5,7,J(movies) and l(small
L).
-> Color cycling during single images and
anims.
-> Display Modes: depth 1-8, EHB, HAM and
HAM8.
+ GIF87a and GIF89a files.
-> single and multiple images supported.
-> GIF89a animation extensions supported.
+ GIF89a animation extension support.
+ a kludgy text file listing gifs and what order
to show them in.
+ DL animations. Formats 1, 2 and partial 3.
+ Amiga PFX(PageFlipper Plus F/X) animations. TEMP
DISABLED
+ Amiga MovieSetter animations(For those Eric
Schwartz fans).
+ Utah Raster Toolkit RLE images and anims.
+ AVI animations. Currently supported are
-> IBM Ultimotion (ULTI) depth 16.
-> JPEG (JPEG) depth 24.
images.
+ MPEG animations. Currently only Type I Frames
are displayed. Type B and Type P frames are cur-
rently ignored, but will be added in future
revs.
+ WAV audio files may have their sound added to
any animation type that doesn't already have
audio, by specifying the .wav file after the
animation file on the command line. Currently
only the PCM audio codec is supported.
+ any combination of the above on the same command
line.

XAnim also provides various options that allow the user to
alter colormaps, playback speeds, looping modes and can
provide on-the-fly scaling of animations with the mouse.

LICENSE: freely used, copied and redistributed without fee for non-commerical purposes

( http://xanim.va.pubnix.com/home.html )
( http://xanim.resnet.gatech.edu/home.html )
( http://smurfland.cit.buffalo.edu/xanim/home.html )
WWW: http://xanim.polter.net/
1994-11-06T22:15:46+00:00 graphics/xanim Play most popular animation formats and show pictures
XAnim is a program that can display animations of various
formats on systems running X11. XAnim currently supports
the following animation types:

+ FLI animations.
+ FLC animations.
+ IFF animations. The following features are sup-
ported:
-> Compressions 3,5,7,J(movies) and l(small
L).
-> Color cycling during single images and
anims.
-> Display Modes: depth 1-8, EHB, HAM and
HAM8.
+ GIF87a and GIF89a files.
-> single and multiple images supported.
-> GIF89a animation extensions supported.
+ GIF89a animation extension support.
+ a kludgy text file listing gifs and what order
to show them in.
+ DL animations. Formats 1, 2 and partial 3.
+ Amiga PFX(PageFlipper Plus F/X) animations. TEMP
DISABLED
+ Amiga MovieSetter animations(For those Eric
Schwartz fans).
+ Utah Raster Toolkit RLE images and anims.
+ AVI animations. Currently supported are
-> IBM Ultimotion (ULTI) depth 16.
-> JPEG (JPEG) depth 24.
images.
+ MPEG animations. Currently only Type I Frames
are displayed. Type B and Type P frames are cur-
rently ignored, but will be added in future
revs.
+ WAV audio files may have their sound added to
any animation type that doesn't already have
audio, by specifying the .wav file after the
animation file on the command line. Currently
only the PCM audio codec is supported.
+ any combination of the above on the same command
line.

XAnim also provides various options that allow the user to
alter colormaps, playback speeds, looping modes and can
provide on-the-fly scaling of animations with the mouse.

WWW: http://xanim.va.pubnix.com/home.html
1994-11-06T10:19:31+00:00 www/lynx Non-graphical, text-based World-Wide Web client
lynx is a program which allows a user to access World-Wide Web servers
and other information servers. It uses only ascii representation so
that it can be used from ascii-terminals and dial-in lines.

WWW: http://lynx.invisible-island.net/
1994-11-06T10:19:31+00:00 www/lynx-current Non-graphical, text-based World-Wide Web client
lynx is a program which allows a user to access World-Wide Web servers
and other information servers. It uses only ascii representation so
that it can be used from ascii-terminals and dialin-lines.

WWW: http://lynx.invisible-island.net/current/
1994-11-06T09:59:26+00:00 lang/scm Scheme interpreter
Scm conforms to Revised^5 Report on the Algorithmic Language Scheme and
the IEEE P1178 specification.

SLIB is a portable Scheme library which SCM uses.

SLIB-PSD is a portable debugger for Scheme (requires emacs editor).

The init file is hard-coded as /usr/local/lib/scm/Init.scm.
Alternatively, one can set the environment variable SCM_INIT_PATH to the
pathname of Init.scm.

The library files are in /usr/local/lib/scm/slib. Alternatively, one can
set the environment variable SCHEME_LIBRARY_PATH to the slib directory.
Remember to use a trailing / on the pathname.

By default -DSICP is turned on, with the expectation that this is the
major reason for this port. This means test.scm will fail on three tests
in section 6.1. Where strict R4S compliance is important, recompile
without the SICP flag.

WWW: http://people.csail.mit.edu/jaffer/SCM
1994-11-06T08:18:01+00:00 graphics/jpeg IJG's jpeg compression utilities
The Independent JPEG Group's JPEG software
==========================================

This distribution contains the eighth public release of the Independent JPEG
Group's free JPEG software. You are welcome to redistribute this software and
to use it for any purpose, subject to the conditions under LEGAL ISSUES, below.

This software is the work of Tom Lane, Guido Vollbeding, Philip Gladstone,
Bill Allombert, Jim Boucher, Lee Crocker, Bob Friesenhahn, Ben Jackson,
Julian Minguillon, Luis Ortiz, George Phillips, Davide Rossi, Ge' Weijers,
and other members of the Independent JPEG Group.

IJG is not affiliated with the official ISO JPEG standards committee.

Includes EXIF patches from:
http://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=106060
http://sylvana.net/jpegcrop/exifpatch.html

WWW: http://www.ijg.org/
1994-11-06T08:18:01+00:00 graphics/jpeg-mmx IJG's jpeg compression utilities with MMX optimization
IJG's jpeg compression utilities and libraries with MMX optimization

This is NOT a drop in replacement to graphics/jpeg

See graphics/jpeg/pkg-descr for more information

WWW: http://mjpeg.sf.net/
1994-11-06T02:13:39+00:00 print/a2ps43-letter
A2ps formats each named file for printing in a postscript printer; if
no file is given, a2ps reads from the standard input. The format used
is nice and compact: normally two pages on each physical page, borders
surrounding pages, headers with useful information (page number,
printing date, file name or supplied header), line numbering, etc.
This is very useful for making archive listings of programs.
1994-11-06T02:13:39+00:00 print/a2ps-letter Formats an ASCII file for printing on a postscript printer
A2ps formats each named file for printing in a postscript printer; if
no file is given, a2ps reads from the standard input. The format used
is nice and compact: normally two pages on each physical page, borders
surrounding pages, headers with useful information (page number,
printing date, file name or supplied header), line numbering, etc.
This is very useful for making archive listings of programs.

Additionally, A2ps "pretty print"s using special fonts for a wide array
of languages, making things like program listings much more legible.

LICENSE: GPL2 or later

WWW: http://www.inf.enst.fr/~demaille/a2ps/
1994-11-06T02:13:04+00:00 textproc/ispell An interactive spelling checker for multiple languages
Ispell is a fast screen-oriented spelling checker that shows you your
errors in the context of the original file, and suggests possible
corrections when it can figure them out. Compared to UNIX spell, it
is faster and much easier to use. Ispell can also handle languages
other than English.
Included in this port are:
- Afrikaans
- British English
- Bulgarian
- Danish
- Dutch
- Finnish
- French
- Brasilian
- German (old and new spelling)
- Norwegian
- Swedish
- Spanish
- Polish
- Slovak

WWW: http://fmg-www.cs.ucla.edu/geoff/ispell.html
1994-11-05T09:56:06+00:00 devel/mprof Memory Profiler and Leak Detector
from the README:

MPROF -- memory profiler (version 3.0)

To use mprof, you must link the library libc_mp.a (found in the mprof
directory) into your application (this library is the C library with
the definitions of malloc and free replaced). Profiling starts
automatically when malloc is first called. Profile data is written to
the file "mprof.data". There are several functions that users can
call to change the name of the output file, etc. See the man page in
mprof.man.

Simply by linking in the new malloc and executing your application, a
file called ``mprof.data'' will be created in the current directory.
This is the data file that mprof uses to build its dynamic call graph.
[...]
Mprof does not use Kyoto Common Lisp anymore. To use mprof, all you
need is a C compiler.
1994-11-04T09:35:57+00:00 ftp/ncftp3 FTP client with advanced user interface
NcFTP is a free set of programs that use the File Transfer Protocol.
The main program is simply called "ncftp". There are also separate
utility programs for one-shot FTP operations (i.e. for shell scripts
and command line junkies); these include "ncftpget", "ncftpput",
and "ncftpls". Also included is a batch processing daemon,
"ncftpbatch", which is invoked by the "bgget" command from "ncftp"
and also the "-b" flag of "ncftpput" and "ncftpget". Lastly, the
"ncftpbookmarks" program is a full-screen utility program to
manipulate user's FTP bookmarks.

WWW: http://www.ncftp.com/ncftp/
1994-11-04T09:35:57+00:00 ftp/ncftp2 FTP replacement with advanced user interface
NcFTP is a user interface to the Internet standard File
Transfer Protocol. This program allows a user to transfer
files to and from a remote network site, and offers addi-
tional features that are not found in the standard inter-
face, ftp.
1994-11-04T01:53:27+00:00 audio/nas Network Audio System
The Network Audio System is designed for playing,
recording, and manipulating audio data over a network.
Like the X Window System, it uses the client/server model to
separate applications from the specific drivers that control
audio input and output devices.

WWW: http://radscan.com/nas.html
1994-11-01T06:08:02+00:00 lang/Sather Sather compiler
Sather is an object oriented language which aims to be simple,
efficient, safe, and non-proprietary. It aims to meet the needs of
modern research groups and to foster the development of a large,
freely available, high-quality library of efficient well-written
classes for a wide variety of computational tasks. It was originally
based on Eiffel but now incorporates ideas and approaches from several
languages. One way of placing it in the "space of languages" is to say
that it attempts to be as efficient as C, C++, or Fortran, as elegant
and safe as Eiffel or CLU, and to support higher-order functions as
well as Common Lisp, Scheme, or Smalltalk.

Sather has garbage collection, statically-checked strong typing,
multiple inheritance, separate implementation and type inheritance,
parameterized classes, dynamic dispatch, iteration abstraction,
higher-order routines and iters, exception handling, assertions,
preconditions, postconditions, and class invariants. Sather code can
be compiled into C code and can efficiently link with C object files.

Note: this version will work with non-threaded Tk only due to problems
with GC and threads!

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/sather/
1994-11-01T01:46:09+00:00 security/tcp_wrapper
With this package you can monitor and filter incoming requests for the
SYSTAT, FINGER, FTP, TELNET, RLOGIN, RSH, EXEC, TFTP, TALK, and other
network services.

The package provides tiny daemon wrapper programs that can be installed
without any changes to existing software or to existing configuration
files. The wrappers report the name of the client host and of the
requested service; the wrappers do not exchange information with the
client or server applications, and impose no overhead on the actual
conversation between the client and server applications.

Optional features are: access control to restrict what systems can
connect to what network daemons; client user name lookups with the RFC
931 etc. protocol; additional protection against hosts that pretend to
have someone elses host name; additional protection against hosts that
pretend to have someone elses host address.

1994-10-31T14:59:41+00:00 astro/xearth Set the root window to the image of earth
Xearth sets the X root window to an image of the Earth, as
seen from your favorite vantage point in space, correctly
shaded for the current position of the Sun. By default,
xearth updates the displayed image every five minutes. The
time between updates can be changed with the -wait option.
Xearth can also render directly into PPM and GIF files
instead of drawing in the root window.

WWW: https://xearth.org/

There are three additional marker files installed in
/usr/local/lib/X11/xearth which specify the locations of
various FreeBSD people and places:

freebsd.committers.markers - FreeBSD committers
freebsd.submitters.markers - FreeBSD submitters
freebsd.ftp.markers - FreeBSD FTP mirrors
1994-10-31T14:33:50+00:00 math/eispack Eigenvalue system package
This is eispack from research.att.com. I've cleaned up the Makefile, but
it is otherwise the same. The package is described in:

1. Smith, B.T, Boyle, J.M, Dongerra, J.J., Garbow, B.S., Ikebe, Y.,
Klema, V.C., and Moler, C.B., Matrix Eigensystem Routines -- EISPACK
Guide, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 6, Second Edition,
Springer-Verlag, New York, Heidelberg, Berlin, 1976

2. Garbow, B.S., Boyle J.M., Dongerra, J.J, and Moler C.B., Matrix
Eigensystem Routines -- EISPACK Guide Extension, Lecture Notes in
Computer Science, Vol. 51, Springer-Verlag, New York, Heidelberg,
Berlin, 1977

As the package is in FORTRAN there are no include files for the library,
and the only thing to install is the library itself.

WWW: http://www.netlib.org/eispack/
1994-10-31T14:10:50+00:00 math/linpack Linear Algebra package
Developed by Jack Dongarra, Jim Bunch, Cleve Moler and Pete Stewart.
1 Feb 84
Used as part of Matlab, and often used to benchmark machines.
Otherwise it is a very good linear algebra package.

WWW: http://www.netlib.org/linpack/
1994-10-31T04:36:07+00:00 graphics/xv X11 program that displays images of various formats
Xv is an X11 program that displays images in the GIF,
JPEG, TIFF, PBM, PGM, PPM, X11 bitmap, Utah Raster Toolkit
RLE, PDS/VICAR, Sun Rasterfile, BMP, XPM, PCX, IRIS RGB,
possibly PostScript, Portable Networking Format(PNG) and
PM formats on workstations and terminals running the
X Window System, Version 11.
And more xv japanese extensions patch supports images in
the MAKI, MAG, PIC, Pi PIC2, PhotoCD. And this patch also
supports archived image files. Supported archivers are
arc, arj, lzh, tar, tar+compress, tar+gzip, tar+bzip2, zip,
and zoo.

Note that this program is shareware except for personal use only.
Please read the documentation in the directory
/usr/local/share/doc/xv
for proper usage.

LICENSE: shareware, free for personal use

WWW: http://www.trilon.com/xv/
WWW: http://www.gregroelofs.com/greg_xv.html
1994-10-29T20:28:01+00:00 www/w3c-httpd WWW server from the W3 Consortium (W3C)
W3C httpd is a generic public domain full-featured hypertext server
which can be used as a regular HTTP server. The running typically on
port 80 to serve hypertext and other documents, and also as a proxy --
a server on a firewall machine -- that provides access for people
inside a firewall to the outside world. When running as proxy httpd
may be configured to do caching of documents resulting in faster
response times.

For more information on the Library, please look at the page

WWW: http://www.w3.org/Daemon/Status.html

Have fun!

--

httpd@w3.org, May 1995
1994-10-28T00:04:24+00:00 comms/kermit Portable scriptable network and serial communication program
C-Kermit is a combined network and serial communication software package
offering a consistent, transport-independent, cross-platform approach to
connection establishment, terminal sessions, file transfer, file management,
character-set translation, numeric and alphanumeric paging, and automation
of file transfer, dialogs, and communication tasks through its built-in
scripting language.

WWW: http://www.kermitproject.org/
1994-10-27T15:05:16+00:00 math/blas Basic Linear Algebra Subroutines
The BLAS (Basic Linear Algebra Subprograms) are high quality "building block"
routines for performing basic vector and matrix operations. Level 1 BLAS do
vector-vector operations, Level 2 BLAS do matrix-vector operations, and Level
3 BLAS do matrix-matrix operations. Because the BLAS are efficient, portable,
and widely available, they're commonly used in the development of high quality
linear algebra software -- LINPACK and LAPACK, for example.

The original Fortran77 reference implementation of the BLAS is located in the
blas directory of Netlib. However, this port uses the updated sources
distributed with LAPACK.

WWW: http://www.netlib.org/blas/
1994-10-25T00:10:39+00:00 devel/m4 GNU M4
GNU M4 is an implementation of the traditional Unix macro processor. It is
mostly SVR4 compatible although it has some extensions (for example, handling
more than 9 positional parameters to macros). GNU M4 also has built-in functions
for including files, running shell commands, doing arithmetic, etc.

GNU M4 is a macro processor in the sense that it copies its input to the output
expanding macros as it goes. Macros are either builtin or user-defined and can
take any number of arguments. Besides just doing macro expansion, m4 has builtin
functions for including named files, running UNIX commands, doing integer
arithmetic, manipulating text in various ways, recursion etc... m4 can be used
either as a front-end to a compiler or as a macro processor in its own right.

One of the biggest users of GNU M4 is the GNU Autoconf project.

WWW: https://www.gnu.org/software/m4/m4.html
1994-10-25T00:08:31+00:00 cad/pcb X11 interactive printed circuit board layout system
PCB is an interactive printed circuit board editor for the X11 window
system. PCB includes a rats nest feature, design rule checking, and
can provide industry standard RS-274-X (Gerber), NC drill, and
centroid data (X-Y data) output for use in the board fabrication and
assembly process. PCB offers high end features such as an autorouter
and trace optimizer which can tremendously reduce layout time.

WWW: http://pcb.geda-project.org/
1994-10-23T01:42:21+00:00 news/inn InterNetNews -- the Internet meets Netnews
InterNetNews is a complete Usenet system. The cornerstone of the package
is innd, an NNTP server that multiplexes all I/O. Newsreading is handled
by a separate server, nnrpd, that is spawned for each client. Both innd
and nnrpd have some slight variances from the NNTP protocol.

WWW: http://www.eyrie.org/~eagle/software/inn/
1994-10-23T01:42:21+00:00 news/inn-stable
InterNetNews is a complete Usenet system. The cornerstone of the package
is innd, an NNTP server that multiplexes all I/O. Newsreading is handled
by a separate server, nnrpd, that is spawned for each client. Both innd
and nnrpd have some slight variances from the NNTP protocol.

WWW: http://www.isc.org/products/INN/
1994-10-23T01:42:21+00:00 news/inn-current
InterNetNews is a complete Usenet system. The cornerstone of the package
is innd, an NNTP server that multiplexes all I/O. Newsreading is handled
by a separate server, nnrpd, that is spawned for each client. Both innd
and nnrpd have some slight variances from the NNTP protocol.
This ports is the development version, DON'T USE IT OR TRY TO USE IT ON
A PRODUCTION SERVER.

WWW: http://www.isc.org/products/INN/
1994-10-23T01:37:00+00:00 ftp/wu-ftpd A replacement ftp server for Un*x systems
The package is linked dynamic so that you will get the right crypt
library. If you are serious about performance, you may want to recompile
it by yourself (the port will link static by default).

wu-ftpd is a replacement ftp server for Un*x systems. Besides
supporting the ftp protocol defined in RFC 959, it adds the following
features: logging of transfers, logging of commands, on the fly compression
and archiving, classification of users on type and location, per class limits,
per directory upload permissions, restricted guest accounts, system wide
and per directory messages, directory alias, cdpath, filename filter.

The configuration files are located in /usr/local/etc This package includes
a basic working configuration. The config files are:

ftpaccess - controls who, what, and how many can access the server
ftpconversions - controls the on-the-fly compression/archiving
ftpusers - users who, for security reasons, may never use the server

You will also need to change /etc/inetd.conf to point to the new server
located at /usr/local/libexec/ftpd

WWW: http://www.wu-ftpd.org/
1994-10-23T01:37:00+00:00 ftp/wu-ftpd+ipv6 A replacement ftp server for Un*x systems
The package is linked dynamic so that you will get the right crypt
library. If you are serious about performance, you may want to recompile
it by yourself (the port will link static by default).

wu-ftpd is a replacement ftp server for Un*x systems. Besides
supporting the ftp protocol defined in RFC 959, it adds the following
features: logging of transfers, logging of commands, on the fly compression
and archiving, classification of users on type and location, per class limits,
per directory upload permissions, restricted guest accounts, system wide
and per directory messages, directory alias, cdpath, filename filter.

The configuration files are located in /usr/local/etc This package includes
a basic working configuration. The config files are:

ftpaccess - controls who, what, and how many can access the server
ftpconversions - controls the on-the-fly compression/archiving
ftpusers - users who, for security reasons, may never use the server

You will also need to change /etc/inetd.conf to point to the new server
located at /usr/local/libexec/ftpd

WWW: http://www.wu-ftpd.org/
1994-10-23T01:27:56+00:00 security/pidentd RFC1413 identification server
This is a program that implements the RFC1413 identification server. It
was very much inspired by Dan Bernstein's original 'authd' (but unlike
that program doesn't use 'netstat' to get some of the information) It
uses the kernel information directly. (And is due to that fact a lot
faster). Dan has now written another version of the 'authd' daemon that
uses his 'kstuff' to read the kernel information. Unlike that daemon,
this will use only normally available kernel access functions (and is due
to that more limited in the different machines it support). Please note
that this daemon used to be called pauthd but has changed name to better
reflect what it does (and to conform to the new RFC).

WWW: http://www.lysator.liu.se/~pen/pidentd/
1994-10-23T01:26:28+00:00 irc/ircII Small and high extensible IRC client
The ircII program is a full screen, termcap based interface to Internet Relay
Chat. It gives full access to all of the normal IRC functions, plus a variety
of additional options.

WWW: http://www.eterna.com.au/ircii/
1994-10-23T01:24:26+00:00 net/archie Prospero client for the archie service
Archie - a system that will let you check a database containing
thousands of entries for the files that're available at FTP sites around
the world.
1994-10-23T01:24:26+00:00 mail/smail A program used for receiving and delivering mail
This is Smail, a program used for receiving and delivering mail.
Its job is to take mail from sources on the local or
on remote hosts and deliver to the appropriate destinations.
This may be either on remote hosts or on the local machine.
It is not intended to be a user interface for reading and
submitting mail.

WWW: http://www.weird.com/~woods/projects/smail.html
1994-10-23T01:19:51+00:00 mail/metamail Implementation of MIME, the Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions
Metamail is an implementation of MIME, the Multipurpose Internet
Mail Extensions, a proposed standard for multimedia mail on the Internet.
Metamail implements MIME, and also implements extensibility and
configuration via the "mailcap" mechanism described in an informational
RFC that is a companion to the MIME document.
1994-10-23T01:16:15+00:00 audio/sox SOund eXchange - universal sound sample translator
SoX (also known as Sound eXchange) translates sound samples between
different file formats, and optionally applies various sound effects.
SoX is intended as the Swiss Army knife of sound processing tools.
It doesn't do anything very well, but sooner or later it comes in
very handy.

WWW: http://sox.sourceforge.net/
1994-10-22T23:05:49+00:00 lang/logo Brian Harvey's logo language interpreter
[This package is GPL'd - please see README in sources for license information]

This version of Logo is designed for a machine with adequate memory. It is
not likely to be usable as the basis for a 64K microcomputer implementation.

The interpreter was written primarily by Daniel Van Blerkom, Brian Harvey,
Michael Katz, and Douglas Orleans. Thanks to Fred Gilham for the X11 code.

WWW: http://www.cs.berkeley.edu/~bh/logo.html
1994-10-22T09:28:32+00:00 news/trn4 Version 4.0 of the threaded readnews newsreader
This is version 4.0 of trn, the threaded news reader. This version
has improved online help, mouse support in xterms, article scoring,
and other new features.

WWW: https://sourceforge.net/projects/trn/
1994-10-22T09:28:32+00:00 news/trn Threaded Read News newsreader
Trn is Threaded RN -- a newsreader that uses an article's references to
order the discussions in a very natural, reply-ordered sequence called
threads. Having the replies associated with their parent articles not
only makes following the discussion easier, but also makes it easy to back-
track and (re-)read a specific discussion from the beginning. Trn also
has a visual representation of the current thread in the upper right corner
of the header, which will give you a feel for how the discussion is going
and how the current article is related to the last one you read.

In addition, a thread selector makes it easy to browse through a large
group looking for interesting articles. You can even browse through the
articles you've already read and select the one(s) you wish to read again.
Other nice features include the extract commands for the source and binary
groups, thread-oriented kill directives, a better newgroup finding strategy,
and lots more. See the file NEW for a list of the things that are new to
trn 3.0 from previous versions.
1994-10-22T07:35:13+00:00 x11-wm/olvwm OpenLook Virtual Window manager
Olvwm (OPEN LOOK virtual window manager) is an ICCCM compliant window manager
supplied for use with the XView toolkit. It is derived from olwm, the
OPEN LOOK window manager supplied with the XView release. This version of
olvwm is based on version 3 of the XView release.

WWW: http://home.nyc.rr.com/twopks/olvwm/
1994-10-22T05:42:23+00:00 print/ghostview X11 front-end for ghostscript, the GNU postscript previewer
Ghostview is an X11 interface for ghostscript 2.4 and later. It features:

- Ghostview parses any known version of Adobe's Document Structuring
Conventions.
- Page size is automatically determined from the Document Structuring
Comments. The user is able to override the values from the comments.
- Window size is set to the bounding box for Encapsulated PostScript figures.
- Default page size is Letter and can be changed via Xresources or
application defaults file to A4 (or any other valid size) for our
European friends.
- Scrollbars appear when necessary.
- Page orientation is automatically determined from the Document Structuring
Comments. The user is able to override the values from the comments.
- Ability to view at 4 orientations: Portrait, Landscape, Upside-down,
and Seascape (for those who rotate landscape the other direction).
- Ability to restrict rendering to grayscale or monochrome. (Requires
ghostscript 2.6.1.)
- Ability to mark pages for printing, or saving. (Good for people that
printed a 100 page document and lost page 59 due to a printer jam.)
- Can popup zoom windows at printer resolution
(1 display dot = 1 printer dot).

The Ghostview distribution includes a Ghostview Widget that people are
encouraged to use in other programs.
1994-10-20T01:55:54+00:00 www/chimera2 X/Athena World-Wide Web client - Wilbur (HTML3.2) compliant
Chimera is a program which allows a user to access World-Wide Web servers
and other information servers. It presents the user with a point-and-click
graphical interface using the X Window System and the Athena Widgets.

While it does NOT do Frames, Java, JavaScript, or even embedded Tcl
(yet at least), it *is* designed to be ``Wilbur'' (HTML v3.2) compliant,
and handles .gif, .jpg and quite a number of other image formats
internally. Yet image handling is a little odd, as compared to other
browsers. Each image is *often* surrounded by scrollbars, rather than
being resized to a specified size. Hence it makes a good visual tool
for proper sizing information.

THIS IS AN ALPHA VERSION - so don't be surprised if something doesn't
properly work OTOH, it *does* do tables and forms, and multiple windows.

Unlike version 1.65 previously distributed, it is an all-in-one binary
and depends upon X- resources settings for configuration. It may
be touchy about interrupted image fetches, or other things, as well.
Each user is expected to create a ~/.chimera subdirectory for
bookmarks and personal preferences, and a ~/.chimera/cache (which may
be a symlink to somewhere else).

WWW: http://www.chimera.org/chimera/two/
1994-10-20T01:55:54+00:00 www/chimera X/Athena-based World Wide Web client
Chimera is a program which allows a user to access World Wide Web servers
and other information servers. It presents the user with a point-and-click
graphical interface using the X Window System and the Athena Widgets.

WWW: http://www.rocklinux.net/people/ripclaw/projects/software/chimera/
1994-10-18T01:04:46+00:00 archivers/zoo Manipulate archives of files in compressed form
Zoo is used to create and maintain collections of files in compressed
form. It uses a Lempel-Ziv compression algorithm that gives space
savings in the range of 20% to 80% depending on the type of file
data. Zoo can store and selectively extract multiple generations of
the same file. Data can be recovered from damaged archives by
skipping the damaged portion and locating undamaged data with the help
of fiz(1).
1994-10-17T22:57:30+00:00 archivers/unzip List, test, and extract compressed files from a ZIP archive
Unzip will list, test, or extract files from a ZIP archive, commonly
found on MS-DOS systems. The default behavior (with no options) is to
extract into the current directory (and subdirectories below it) all
files from the specified ZIP archive. Unzip is compatible with
archives created by PKWARE's PKZIP, but in many cases the program
options or default behaviors differ.

Zipinfo lists technical information about files in a ZIP archive, most
commonly found on MS-DOS systems. Such information includes file access
permissions, encryption status, type of compression, version and operating
system or file system of compressing program, and the like.

Funzip acts as a filter; that is, it assumes that a ZIP archive is
being piped into standard input, and it extracts the first member from
the archive to stdout. If there is an argument, then the input comes
from the specified file instead of from stdin.

Unzipsfx may be used to create self-extracting ZIP archives from previously
created ZIP archives.

WWW: https://www.info-zip.org/UnZip.html
1994-10-15T19:14:08+00:00 graphics/netpbm Toolkit for conversion of images between different formats
Netpbm is a toolkit for manipulation of graphic images, including
conversion of images between a variety of different formats. There
are over 300 separate tools in the package including converters for
about 100 graphics formats.

Examples of supported image manipulations: Shrinking an image by 10%;
Cutting the top half off of an image; Making a mirror image; Creating
a sequence of images that fade from one image to another.

WWW: http://netpbm.sourceforge.net/
1994-10-14T21:59:03+00:00 mail/elm Once-popular mail user agent, version 2.5.x
Elm is an interactive screen-oriented mailer program that
supersedes mail and mailx. This is the 2.5.x distribution.

WWW: http://instinct.org/elm/
1994-10-14T21:59:03+00:00 mail/elm+ME Modern branch of an old mail user agent
An interactive screen-oriented mailer program that supersedes mail
and mailx. This version is a branch from ELM with enhanced MIME
and character set support. Others features include PGP and IMAP.

WWW: http://www.elmme-mailer.org/
1994-10-14T04:10:03+00:00 print/dvi2xx Convert dvi files to HP LaserJet or IBM 3812 format
Dvilj2 converts TeX-output .dvi files into HP PCL (i.e. HP Printer
Control Language) commands suitable for printing on a HP LaserJet+, HP
LaserJet II and fully compatible printers.

Dvilj2p converts TeX-output .dvi files into HP PCL commands suitable
for printing on a HP LaserJet IIp, HP LaserJet III or HP Laserjet 2000
and fully compatible printers. This version uses a newer PCL command
set and provides landscape printing.

Dviljp and dvilj are similar to dvilj2p and dvilj2 but they support
only 128 character fonts. They may be used for Laserjet clones which
do not support 256 character fonts.

Dvilj4 is for the HP LasterJet IV printer familiy and fully compatible
clones. It implements a superset of the commands available for dvilj2p
and prints with an resolution of 600 dpi. In addition it provides
support for the printers builtin fonts using Karl Berry's coding
scheme.

Dvi3812 converts TeX-output .dvi files into PMP files, the native
command language of the IBM 3812 page printer.

1994-10-14T01:37:12+00:00 net/imm Internet Image(or other data) Multicaster (and receiver)
IMM has been designed to efficiently replicate files/file directories
using a reliable dissemination protocol framework and provide archiving
and post processing features. The default mode of operation is for imm
to receive and display compressed imagery files (e.g., jpg,gif) using
xv or xloadimage as a post processor.

This release includes an sdr plug-in, named sdr2.plugin.S53.image.imm,
which must be installed to participate in MBone alpha testing of imm sessions.
Usually in a directory called ~home/.sdr/plugins to be found by sdr.
See the sdr help pages for information on installing plugins.
1994-10-14T01:37:12+00:00 mbone/imm Internet Image(or other data) Multicaster (and receiver)
IMM has been designed to efficiently replicate files/file directories
using a reliable dissemination protocol framework and provide archiving
and post processing features. The default mode of operation is for imm
to receive and display compressed imagery files (e.g., jpg,gif) using
xv or xloadimage as a post processor.

This release includes an sdr plug-in, named sdr2.plugin.S53.image.imm,
which must be installed to participate in MBone alpha testing of imm sessions.
Usually in a directory called ~home/.sdr/plugins to be found by sdr.
See the sdr help pages for information on installing plugins.
1994-10-12T02:59:31+00:00 print/dviselect Extract pages from DVI files
Dviselect selects pages from a DVI file produced by TeX, creating a
new DVI file usable by any of TeX's conversion program, or even by
dviselect itself.
1994-10-12T02:58:10+00:00 print/makeindex General purpose, formatter-independent index processor
The program makeindex is a general purpose hierarchical index
generator; it accepts one or more input files (often produced by a
text formatter such as TeX or troff, sorts the entries, and produces
an output file which can be formatted. The index can have up to three
levels (0, 1, and 2) of subitem nesting. The way in which words are
flagged for indexing within the main document is specific to the
formatter used; makeindex does not automate the process of selecting
these words. As the output index is hierarchical, makeindex can be
considered complementary to the awk(1)-based make.index(1L) system of
Bentley and Kernighan, which is specific to troff(1), generates
non-hierarchical indices, and employs a much simpler syntax for
indicating index entries.
1994-10-11T18:17:01+00:00 math/oleo GNU spreadsheet for X11 and terminals
`Oleo' has more than one user interface. The traditional `oleo'
environment shows a curses based (character mode) user interface.
A bare bones user interface based on the X Window System exists as of
version 1.6 which dates back to 1994. In 1998, development started for
a `motif' based user interface. It should be more user friendly than
the character based UI.

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/oleo/oleo.html
1994-10-07T00:45:12+00:00 ftp/yale-tftpd Enhanced tftpd(8) from Yale University and cisco Systems
yale-tftpd is an improved (but slightly incompatible until you configure it)
tftpd server. It has a powerful and configurable security setup and is well
suited for people who want to boot network devices using their system as a
TFTP server.
1994-10-07T00:23:56+00:00 net/pcnfsd Sun PC NFS authentication and printing server
pcnfsd(8) is an authentication and support server to be used by NFS clients
that don't have their own authentication system (e.g. DOS PC's, Macintoshes,
fileserver translators...)

This version includes the security patches discussed in CERT advisory
CA:96-08.pcnfsd.
1994-10-06T19:33:20+00:00 mail/qpopper Berkeley POP 3 server (now maintained by Qualcomm)
Qpopper is the most widely-used server for the POP3 protocol
(this allows users to access their mail using any POP3 client).

Don't forget to edit /etc/inetd.conf to enable the server after installation.

WWW: http://www.eudora.com/products/unsupported/qpopper/
1994-10-06T19:33:20+00:00 mail/popper Berkeley POP 3 server (now maintained by Qualcomm)
This is a POP 3 server useful for dealing with remote mail reader clients
such as Eudora.

Don't forget to edit /etc/inetd.conf to enable the server after installation.

WWW: http://www.eudora.com/qpopper/
1994-10-06T01:29:35+00:00 lang/itcl Object-oriented extension to Tcl [incr Tcl]
This package contains [incr Tcl] version 3.0.1. [incr Tcl] is an
object oriented extension to Tcl. The [incr Tcl] language is also known as
``itcl''.

A companion to [incr Tcl] called [incr Tk] builds a ``mega-widget''
framework into Tk. The [incr Tk] extension is also known as
``itk'' and is available in x11-toolkits.

WWW: https://sourceforge.net/projects/incrtcl/
1994-10-06T01:09:49+00:00 math/gnuplot Command-line driven graphing utility
Gnuplot is a portable multi-platform command-line driven graphing utility. It
was originally created to allow scientists and students to visualize
mathematical functions and data interactively, but has grown to support many
non-interactive uses such as web scripting. It is also used as a plotting engine
by third-party applications like Octave. Gnuplot has been supported and under
active development since 1986.

Gnuplot supports many types of plots in either 2D or 3D. It can draw using
lines, points, boxes, contours, vector fields, surfaces, and various associated
text. It also supports various specialized plot types. Gnuplot supports many
different types of output: interactive screen terminals (with mouse and hotkey
input), direct output to pen plotters or modern printers, and output to many
file formats (eps, emf, fig, jpeg, LaTeX, pdf, png, postscript, ...). Gnuplot is
easily extensible to include new output modes. Recent additions include
interactive terminals based on wxWidgets (usable on multiple platforms), and Qt.
Mouseable plots embedded in web pages can be generated using the svg or HTML5
canvas terminal drivers.

WWW: http://www.gnuplot.info/
1994-10-05T22:32:58+00:00 emulators/mtools Collection of tools for manipulating MS-DOS files
Mtools is a collection of utilities for accessing MS-DOS disks from Unix without
mounting them. It supports Win95 style long file names, OS/2 Xdf disks, ZIP/JAZ
disks, and 2m disks (store up to 1992k on a high density 3 1/2" disk).

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/mtools/intro.html
1994-10-04T23:32:54+00:00 mail/mh
This is the MH mail user agent (reader/sender), a command line
based mail reader that is powerful and extensible. MH is an
excellent choice for people who receive and process a LOT of mail.
1994-10-04T15:00:39+00:00 comms/seyon Communications package for the X Window system
Seyon is a complete full-featured telecommunications package for
the X Window System. Its features include:

- Dialing directory that supports an unlimited number of entries.
- Terminal emulation window using any terminal emulation program
that supports X. This defaults to xterm.
- Script language to automate tedious tasks such as logging into
remote hosts.
- Unlimited number of slots for external file transfer protocols.
- Support for zmodem auto-download.
- Translation modes. Seyon can perform useful translations on the
user's input.
- Interactive setting of program parameters.
- On-line help.
- Modem speeds up to 115200 bps.
- Software (XON/XOFF) and hardware (RTS/CTS) flow control.
- Session capture to a file.
- Temporary running of a local shell in the terminal emulation window.

Seyon is intended to be both simple and extensively configurable.
Almost every aspect of Seyon can be configured via the resources
to suit the user's taste.
1994-10-04T04:10:06+00:00 lang/p2c Pascal to C translator
P2c is a tool for translating Pascal programs into C. The input consists
of a set of source files in any of the following Pascal dialects: HP
Pascal, Turbo/UCSD Pascal, DEC VAX Pascal, Oregon Software Pascal/2,
Macintosh Programmer's Workshop Pascal, Sun/Berkeley Pascal, Texas
Instruments Pascal, Apollo Domain Pascal. Modula-2 syntax is also
supported. Output is a set of .c and .h files that comprise an
equivalent program in any of several dialects of C. Output code may be
kept machine- and dialect independent, or it may be targeted to a
specific machine and compiler. Most reasonable Pascal programs are
converted into fully functional C which will compile and run with no
further modifications, although p2c sometimes chooses to generate
readable code at the expense of absolute generality. P2c endeavors to
insert notes and warning messages into the output code to point out
areas which may require human intervention. Output code is arranged to
be readable and efficient, and to make use of C idioms wherever
possible. The main goal of the translation is to produce C files which
are pleasant and "natural" enough to be acceptable as the new source
files for a program. In a pinch, p2c will also serve as an ad hoc Pascal
compiler. The p2cc script makes it easy to use p2c as a compiler.

WWW: https://schneider.ncifcrf.gov/p2c/
1994-10-03T23:33:16+00:00 math/calc Arbitrary precision calculator
Calc is an interactive calculator which provides for easy large
numeric calculations, but which also can be easily programmed for
difficult or long calculations. It can accept a command line
argument, in which case it executes that single command and exits.
Otherwise, it enters interactive mode. There are a great number
of pre-defined functions. The calculator can calculate transcendental
functions, and accept and display numbers in real or exponential format.
The calculator also knows about complex numbers.

WWW: http://www.isthe.com/chongo/tech/comp/calc/
1994-10-02T23:15:02+00:00 audio/tracker MOD player
Tracker plays soundtracker music modules on a Unix machine.
Soundtracker modules originated on the Amiga, where several composing
playing programs are available that give results mostly compatible
with each other. tracker just plays the specified files in sequence
according to the current options.
1994-10-02T20:11:28+00:00 print/texinfo Typeset documentation system with multiple format output
Texinfo is the official documentation format of the GNU project. It was invented
by Richard Stallman and Bob Chassell many years ago, loosely based on Brian
Reid's Scribe and other formatting languages of the time. It is used by many
non-GNU projects as well.

Texinfo uses a single source file to produce output in a number of formats, both
online and printed (dvi, html, info, pdf, xml, etc.). This means that instead of
writing different documents for online information and another for a printed
manual, you need write only one document. And when the work is revised, you need
revise only that one document. The Texinfo system is well-integrated with GNU
Emacs.

WWW: https://www.gnu.org/software/texinfo/
1994-10-02T19:27:48+00:00 news/nn Newsreader
No News is good news. This version of nn has NOV support.

WWW: http://www.nndev.org/
1994-10-01T20:28:26+00:00 news/nntp NNTP with NOV support
NNTP server daemon, and clients for transferring news articles.
1994-10-01T00:51:51+00:00 audio/xcdplayer CD player for X
XCdplayer is a graphical user interface for controlling the CD-ROM
drive under the X Window System. It provides visual feedback and
gives the user facilities for mode selection, device control,
scanning, and programming.
1994-10-01T00:00:16+00:00 print/xdvi DVI previewer for the X Window System
xdvi is a program which runs under the X window system. It is used to
preview files, such as are produced by TeX. This program has the
capability of showing the file shrunken by various (integer) factors,
and also has a ``magnifying glass'' which allows one to see a small
part of the unshrunk image momentarily. In addition to using
keystrokes to move within the file, xdvi provides buttons on the right
side of the window, which are synonymous with various sequences of
keystrokes. xdvi is also able to show PostScript<tm> specials if
Ghostscript is installed on your system.

The commands from this port overwrite those from teTeX.
1994-09-30T15:09:35+00:00 news/cnews News server
Cnews news transport software

LICENSE: BSD

FTP: ftp://ftp.dinoex.org/pub/c-news/
WWW: http://www.dinoex.net/c-news.html
1994-09-30T00:54:06+00:00 print/dvips Convert a TeX DVI file to PostScript
The program dvips takes a DVI file [.dvi] produced by TeX (or by some
other processor such as GFtoDVI) and converts it to PostScript,
normally sending the result directly to the laserprinter. Fonts used
may either be resident in the printer or defined as bitmaps in PK
files, or a `virtual' combination of both. Dvips will automatically
invoke METAFONT to generate fonts that don't already exist.
1994-09-29T08:56:50+00:00 print/latex TeX macro package
LaTeX is a TeX macro package.

The previous version of LaTeX was known as LaTeX2.09. Over the years
many extensions have been developed for LaTeX. LaTeX2e brings all
extensions back under a single format and thus prevents the
proliferation of mutually incompatible dialects of LaTeX 2.09. With
LaTeX2e the `new font selection scheme' is standard and, for example,
amstex (formerly the AmSLaTeX format) or slides (formerly the SLiTeX
format) are simply extension packages, all working with the same base
format. The introduction of a new release also made it possible to
add a small number of often-requested features and to make the task of
writing packages and classes simpler.
1994-09-29T08:56:20+00:00 print/tex TeX and METAFONT
TeX is "the" typesetting package. It was designed with no limiting
application in mind. It was intended to be able to prepare practically
any document - from a single page letter to a full book with formulae,
tables, figures, etc. The expertise of generations of professional
printers has been captured in TeX.
1994-09-26T13:26:57+00:00 benchmarks/iozone21 Performance Test of Sequential File I/O (older version)
Iozone: 'IO Zone' Benchmark Program (older 2.1 version)

Iozone tests the speed of sequential I/O to actual files. Therefore,
this measurement factors in the efficiency of your machine's file
system, operating system, C compiler, and C runtime library. It
produces a measurement which is the number of bytes per second that
your system can read or write to a file.

This is the 2.1 version of iozone. The new 3.x+ versions of iozone have
completely changed their testing methods, thus their output is useless in
comparing with older statistics.

WWW: http://www.iozone.org/
1994-09-26T13:26:57+00:00 benchmarks/iozone Performance Test of Sequential File I/O
Iozone: 'IO Zone' Benchmark Program

Iozone tests the speed of sequential I/O to actual files. Therefore,
this measurement factors in the efficiency of your machine's file
system, operating system, C compiler, and C runtime library. It
produces a measurement which is the number of bytes per second that
your system can read or write to a file.

WWW: http://www.iozone.org/
1994-09-25T18:59:08+00:00 mail/procmail Local mail delivery agent
The procmail mail processing program can be used to create mail-servers,
mailing lists, sort your incoming mail into separate folders/files (real
convenient when subscribing to one or more mailing lists or for prioritising
your mail), preprocess your mail, start any programs upon mail arrival
(e.g. to generate different chimes on your workstation for different
types of mail) or selectively forward certain incoming mail automatically
to someone.

Procmail can be used:
- and installed by an unprivileged user (for himself only).
- as a drop in replacement for the local delivery agent /bin/mail
(with biff/comsat support).
- as a general mailfilter for whole groups of messages (e.g. when
called from within sendmail.cf rules).

The accompanying formail program enables you to generate autoreplies,
split up digests/mailboxes into the original messages, do some very
simple header-munging/extraction, or force mail into mail-format (with
leading From line).

WWW: http://www.procmail.org/
1994-09-25T07:15:35+00:00 net/pmf Padrone's Mud Frontend
PMF is a linemode MUD client, with line history and editing.
It also provides gags, aliases and other useful features.
1994-09-24T15:33:58+00:00 x11-toolkits/iv InterViews: A toolkit from Stanford University and Silicon Graphics
Interviews is a toolkit with lots of nice utilities (like idraw).

Seigo Tanimura <tanimura@FreeBSD.org>
1994-09-24T11:38:35+00:00 net/xarchie X11 front-end program for the archie network search service
George Ferguson, ferguson@cs.rochester.edu
Last Change: 24 Aug 1993

This is release 2.0 of xarchie -- an X browser interface to
the Archie Internet information system. See README for original
unabridged text of description.
1994-09-24T03:57:13+00:00 misc/mshell Unix menuing shell
Mshell was written to shield users (and other non-Unix gurus, like
mathematicians and secretaries in the department) from "raw" Unix. It
is as flexible as you can get (supports full shell capabilities like
pipes, etc. inside the menu commands) but simple to write menus for.
It is was developed for Nyx, a free, public access Unix system.
Indeed, you're welcome to try Nyx -- log into Nyx as:

- telnet to nyx.nyx.net (206.124.29.1), user 'new'.
- call 303-381-9840
1994-09-23T20:25:10+00:00 www/gn Gopher and http server
GN is a combined server for both gopher and http.
It also has some nice features of its own.
1994-09-23T20:14:57+00:00 net/wais A Wide Area Information Server
FreeWAIS from CNIDR
1994-09-21T23:05:50+00:00 print/psutils-letter Utilities for manipulating PostScript documents
psbook rearranges pages into signatures
psselect selects pages and page ranges
pstops performs general page rearrangement and selection
psnup put multiple pages per physical sheet of paper
psresize alter document paper size
epsffit fits an EPSF file to a given bounding box
getafm (sh) outputs PostScript to retrieve AFM file from printer
showchar (sh) outputs PostScript to draw a character with metric info
fixdlsrps (perl) filter to fix DviLaser/PS output so that PSUtils works
fixfmps (perl) filter to fix framemaker documents so that psselect etc. work
fixmacps (perl) filter to fix Macintosh documents with saner version of md
fixpsditps (perl) filter to fix Transcript psdit documents to work with PSUtils
fixpspps (perl) filter to fix PSPrint PostScript so that psselect etc. work
fixscribeps (perl) filter to fix Scribe PostScript so that psselect etc. work
fixtpps (perl) filter to fix Troff Tpscript documents
fixwfwps (perl) filter to fix Word for Windows documents for PSUtils
fixwpps (perl) filter to fix WordPerfect documents for PSUtils
fixwwps (perl) filter to fix Windows Write documents for PSUtils
extractres (perl) filter to extract resources from PostScript files
includeres (perl) filter to include resources into PostScript files
psmerge (perl) hack script to merge multiple PostScript files

WWW: http://gershwin.ens.fr/vdaniel/Doc-Locale/Outils-Gnu-Linux/PsUtils/
1994-09-21T12:42:56+00:00 games/xmris Version of the Mr Do video arcade game for X11
You control a gnome, who can walk around a garden, along paths already
marked, or create new paths wherever you wish. You also have a ball,
which can be thrown in the direction you're facing, towards the gnome's
feet. Points are scored for collecting cherries, killing monsters and
collecting the prize left when all the monsters have come out of their den.
1994-09-21T12:33:36+00:00 comms/mgetty+sendfax Handle external logins, send and receive faxes
Mgetty is a "smart" getty replacement, designed to be used with Hayes
compatible data and data/fax modems.

Mgetty knows about modem initialization, manual modem answering (so your
modem doesn't answer if the machine isn't ready), UUCP locking (so you can
use the same device for dial-in and dial-out).

Mgetty provides very extensive logging facilities.

Sendfax sends the named g3 fax files to the fax machine at "phone number".
The g3 files can be created with pbmtog3(1) or GNU's GhostScript with the
"digifax" driver.

WWW: http://mgetty.greenie.net/
1994-09-21T12:22:34+00:00 games/jetpack Arcade action game for X11
Jetpack is an arcade action game. The user controls a player wearing a
jetpack. The player must travel through the maze to find a key and
bring it back to the door to exit to the next level. There are three
kinds of enemies in jetpack: guards, fireballs and wall sweepers.
Touching any enemy is fatal. Guards patrol the maze. They
fly in the middle of the corridors and follow random paths through the
maze. Fireballs fly through space and bounce off walls. Wall
Sweepers cling to walls and continuously move along the surface of the
walls. They can hang on to any side, and when they reach the end of a
wall, flip to hug the other side and continue in the opposite
direction.
1994-09-14T14:14:09+00:00 graphics/xpm The X Pixmap library

Here is an extract from the README file:

* Copyright (C) 1989-94 GROUPE BULL

XPM Version 3

WHAT IS XPM?
============

XPM (X PixMap) is a format for storing/retrieving X pixmaps to/from files.

Here is provided a library containing a set of four functions, similar to the
X bitmap functions as defined in the Xlib: XpmCreatePixmapFromData,
XpmCreateDataFromPixmap, XpmReadFileToPixmap and XpmWriteFileFromPixmap for
respectively including, storing, reading and writing this format, plus four
other: XpmCreateImageFromData, XpmCreateDataFromImage, XpmReadFileToImage and
XpmWriteFileFromImage for working with images instead of pixmaps.

WWW: http://koala.ilog.fr/lehors/xpm.html
1994-09-13T12:39:52+00:00 x11/emu Terminal emulator for the X Window System
The emu program is a terminal emulator for the X Window System.
It provides DEC VT200 as its basis emulation, including features like:

Full support of DEC's international character set.
Compose character processing.
Blinking cursor and blinking text.
Color.
Double height / double width characters.

It is also fully programmable, allowing you to define new terminal emulations
on the fly.
1994-09-11T11:26:58+00:00 devel/gmake381 GNU version of 'make' utility (3.81 legacy version)
GNU make is a tool that controls the generation of executables and other
non-source files from source files. Its purpose is the same as that
of the utility make(1).

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/make/make.html
1994-09-11T11:26:58+00:00 devel/gmake GNU version of 'make' utility
GNU make is a tool that controls the generation of executables and other
non-source files from source files. Its purpose is the same as that
of the utility make(1).

WWW: https://www.gnu.org/software/make/
1994-09-08T21:59:31+00:00 benchmarks/tcpblast Measures the throughput of a TCP connection
TCPBLAST measures the throughput of a TCP connection.
1994-09-03T20:43:16+00:00 mail/pine4 PINE(tm) -- a Program for Internet News & Email
Pine(tm) --a Program for Internet News & Email-- is a tool for reading,
sending, and managing electronic messages. It was designed specifically
with novice computer users in mind, but can be tailored to accommodate the
needs of "power users" as well. Pine uses Internet message protocols
(e.g. RFC-822, SMTP, MIME, IMAP, NNTP) and runs on Unix and PCs.

The guiding principles for Pine's user-interface were: careful limitation
of features, one-character mnemonic commands, always-present command
menus, immediate user feedback, and high tolerance for user mistakes. It
is intended that Pine can be learned by exploration rather than reading
manuals.

Pine's message composition editor (Pico) and its file browser (Pilot) are
also available as separate stand-alone programs. Pico is a very simple
and easy-to-use text editor offering paragraph justification, cut/paste,
and a spelling checker.

WWW: http://www.washington.edu/pine/

- Doug Barton
DougB@FreeBSD.org
1994-08-30T12:55:07+00:00 net/dgd Dworkin's Game Driver
DGD is a rewrite from scratch of the LPMud server. It runs on Windows, MacOS,
BeOS and many versions of Unix.

This is the core distribution of DGD, providing all the tools needed
to implement interactive servers, for instance MUD, IRC, WWW, etc.
A reference implementation of a kernel library is provided, which can
be further built on. Normally with DGD, there is a kernel library to
define the programming environment and a database library to define the
interaction environment.

Please report bugs to <felix@dworkin.nl>.

WWW: http://www.dworkin.nl/dgd/
1994-08-27T12:17:10+00:00 irc/irc The "Internet Relay Chat" Server
Irc is a functional replacement for and improvement to talk(1). Talk
is an old, primitive, atrocious, minimalist sort of keyboard/screen
conversation tool, using a grotesque, machine-dependent protocol.
Irc does everything talk does, but with a better protocol, allowing
more than 2 users to talk at once, with access across the aggregate
Internet, and providing a whole raft of other useful features.
1994-08-25T21:04:07+00:00 x11-wm/fvwm Fvwm window manager
Fvwm is a just another window manager for X11, which provides a simple virtual
desktop, a 3-D look for windows decorations, and shaped, color icons.
It can be configured to use far less memory than twm, or to give a very
good emulation of mwm. A nice button-bar can be used to provide convenient
access to frequently used functions or programs.

WWW: http://www.fvwm.org/
1994-08-22T11:52:42+00:00 shells/tcsh An extended C-shell with many useful features
TCSH is an extended C-shell with many useful features like
filename completion, history editing, etc.
1994-08-22T11:31:58+00:00 net/sup CMU's Software Update Protocol package
Sup is a program used for upgrading collections of files from other machines
to your machine. You execute sup, the client program, which talks over the
network using IP/TCP to a file server process. The file server process
cooperates with sup to determine which files of the collection need to be
upgraded on your machine.
1994-08-21T13:19:28+00:00 shells/bash3 The GNU Project's Bourne Again SHell
This is GNU Bash, version 3.0. Bash is the GNU Project's Bourne
Again SHell, a complete implementation of the POSIX.2 shell spec,
but also with interactive command line editing, job control on
architectures that support it, csh-like features such as history
substitution and brace expansion, and a slew of other features.

WWW: http://cnswww.cns.cwru.edu/~chet/bash/bashtop.html
1994-08-21T13:19:28+00:00 shells/bash2 The GNU Bourne Again Shell
Bash is the GNU Project's Bourne Again SHell
An interactive shell with Bourne shell syntax (/bin/sh);
It is intended to conform to the IEEE POSIX P1003.2/ISO 9945.2 Shell and
Tools standard. It includes the following features:
interactive command line editing, job control on architectures that support it,
Korn shell (ksh) features, Csh-like history features and brace expansion,
history and command re-entry, job control, shell functions and aliases,
arrays, arithmetic, ANSI-C quoting, tilde expansion, brace expansion,
substring capabilities, indirect variable expansion, expanded i/o capabilities,
control of builtin commands, help, shell optional behavior, prompt
customization, security, directory stack, POSIX mode, internationalization,
and command timing.

For more information on the features of Bash that are new to this type
of shell, see the file `documentation/features.texi'.
There is also a processed DVI file there, as well as a large man page.

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/bash/
http://cnswww.cns.cwru.edu/~chet/bash/bashtop.html
1994-08-21T13:19:28+00:00 shells/bash1 The GNU Bourne Again Shell -- old version
Bash is the GNU Project's Bourne
Again SHell, an interactive shell with Bourne shell syntax (/bin/sh);
but also with interactive command line editing, job control on
architectures that support it, Csh-like history features and brace
expansion, and a slew of other stuff. For more information on the
features of Bash that are new to this type of shell, see the file
`documentation/features.texi'. There is also a processed DVI file
there, as well as a large man page.

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/bash/
1994-08-21T13:19:28+00:00 shells/bash GNU Project's Bourne Again SHell
This is GNU Bash. Bash is the GNU Project's Bourne Again SHell,
a complete implementation of the POSIX.2 shell spec, but also
with interactive command line editing, job control on architectures
that support it, csh-like features such as history substitution and
brace expansion, and a slew of other features.

WWW: https://www.gnu.org/software/bash/
1994-08-21T13:19:28+00:00 editors/jove Jonathan's Own Version of Emacs
Jove is a simple text editor in the spirit of GNU emacs, but somewhat
smaller and faster to start up.

There are man pages for jove and teachjove. Teachjove is for people who
have never used EMACS style editors. It is an interactive tutorial, THE
tutorial written by Stallman for the original EMACS, only slightly
modified for JOVE in the appropriate places. The man pages are
completely up to date, thanks to me.
1994-08-21T13:19:28+00:00 editors/emacs23 GNU editing macros
GNU Emacs is a self-documenting, customizable, extensible real-time
display editor.

Users new to Emacs will be able to use basic features fairly rapidly
by studying the tutorial and using the self-documentation features.
Emacs also has an extensive interactive manual browser. It is easily
extensible since its editing commands are written in Lisp.

GNU Emacs's many special packages handle mail reading (RMail) and
sending (Mail), outline editing (Outline), compiling (Compile),
running subshells within Emacs windows (Shell), running a Lisp
read-eval-print loop (Lisp-Interaction-Mode), automated psychotherapy
(Doctor :-) and many more.

Canna support is contributed by Yuji TAKANO (takachan@running-dog.net).

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/
1994-08-21T13:19:28+00:00 editors/emacs22 GNU editing macros
GNU Emacs is a self-documenting, customizable, extensible real-time
display editor.

Users new to Emacs will be able to use basic features fairly rapidly
by studying the tutorial and using the self-documentation features.
Emacs also has an extensive interactive manual browser. It is easily
extensible since its editing commands are written in Lisp.

GNU Emacs's many special packages handle mail reading (RMail) and
sending (Mail), outline editing (Outline), compiling (Compile),
running subshells within Emacs windows (Shell), running a Lisp
read-eval-print loop (Lisp-Interaction-Mode), automated psychotherapy
(Doctor :-) and many more.

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/
1994-08-21T13:19:28+00:00 editors/emacs20 GNU editing macros
GNU Emacs is a self-documenting, customizable, extensible real-time
display editor.

Users new to Emacs will be able to use basic features fairly rapidly
by studying the tutorial and using the self-documentation features.
Emacs also has an extensive interactive manual browser. It is easily
extensible since its editing commands are written in Lisp.

GNU Emacs's many special packages handle mail reading (RMail) and
sending (Mail), outline editing (Outline), compiling (Compile),
running subshells within Emacs windows (Shell), running a Lisp
read-eval-print loop (Lisp-Interaction-Mode), automated psychotherapy
(Doctor :-) and many more.
1994-08-21T13:19:28+00:00 editors/emacs19 GNU editing macros
GNU Emacs is a self-documenting, customizable, extensible real-time
display editor.

Users new to Emacs will be able to use basic features fairly rapidly
by studying the tutorial and using the self-documentation features.
Emacs also has an extensive interactive manual browser. It is easily
extensible since its editing commands are written in Lisp.

GNU Emacs's many special packages handle mail reading (RMail) and
sending (Mail), outline editing (Outline), compiling (Compile),
running subshells within Emacs windows (Shell), running a Lisp
read-eval-print loop (Lisp-Interaction-Mode), automated psychotherapy
(Doctor :-) and many more.

WWW: http://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/
1994-08-21T13:19:28+00:00 editors/emacs GNU editing macros
GNU Emacs is an extensible, customizable, free/libre text editor. At its
core is an interpreter for Emacs Lisp, a dialect of the Lisp programming
language with extensions to support text editing.

The features of GNU Emacs include:
- content-aware editing modes, including syntax coloring, for many file
types
- complete built-in documentation, including a tutorial for new users
- full Unicode support for nearly all human scripts
- powerful customizability, using Emacs Lisp code or a graphical
interface
- a vast ecosystem of functionality beyond text editing, including a
project planner, mail and news reader, debugger interface, calendar,
even a psychotherapist, and more
- a packaging system for downloading and installing extensions.

WWW: https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/