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Re: [Nmh-workers] ancient dev systems?

From: Lyndon Nerenberg
Subject: Re: [Nmh-workers] ancient dev systems?
Date: Fri, 9 May 2014 14:09:44 -0700

> I have a MAC X running on a very old, very slow, Macintosh. It doesn't seem to
> have a getline(). At least 'man getline" yields "No manual ...". Its behind a
> fire wall that I want to leave impenetrable. So you can access it, but only
> batch, 1970 style. That is, you Email me stuff and I Email the result back to
> you.

Easier than that, I can do the work on a branch that you folks can build 
against.  When the code is stable I'll merge it to the head.

On an unrelated note, do any of you ancient MacOS folks have a version of Xcode 
installed that has the 'bsdmake' command?  The bastards at Cupertino have nuked 
it from recent Xcode.  I'm building a replacement, but I need access to the old 
bsdmake template files, all of which are long gone from my MacOS boxes :-P


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