Re: freeware applications ?
Khalid Schofield wrote:
> Great news!
> Some of the freeware stuff is very very very useful, other bits aren't
> (emacs......hummmm still not figured out why people prefer it over Vim).[/color]
keyboard macros are easy to create/execute. it's everywhere. i've used it
> But great to hear this
> Khalid Schofield
> System Administrator / EM Technician
> Dept. Of Materials
> University Of Oxford
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> On Wed, 31 Mar 2004, Lori Gilbertson wrote:
> > We have someone working on it now - should be available via
> > web page download within the next 6 weeks. We'll let you
> > know when it's ready.
> > Lori
> > > sorry if I Ask this question.
> > > I Saw other people asked but until now there was not
> > > a very clear and unique reply to this.
> > > Anyone knows when a new freeware release for IRIX
> > > with freeware application will be released ?
> > > Actually the August 2003 one is fine but.
> > > it has a lot of applications with security flaws.
> > > anyone has any foreseen about any new freeware release ?[/color]
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