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help finding a file IF it exists

  • To: problem
  • Subject: help finding a file IF it exists
  • From: roseman
  • Date: Wed, 4 Aug 93 22:11:35 -0500

Begin forwarded message:

Date: Wed, 4 Aug 93 21:14:38 -0500
From: roseman
To: software
Subject: location of command line version of 4d viewer

last week daeron wrote a command line version of the 4dview module--a next version and  
an iris version--I believe it was compiles as recently as last Thursday.

He said it was in my path, but I can't find it so far

I wrote down the name of the command but I can't find the paper.  Don't recall the exact  
name and I cannot find it.  I tried without success:

apollonius 105% echo $path
. . /u/geom/bin /usr/local/bin /usr/bin/X11 /usr/ucb /bin /usr/bin /u/hosts  
/u/roseman/Unix/bin /u/roseman/Apps /LocalApps /NextApps /u/gcg/ngrap/bin/next

apollonius 106% ls -lt . . /u/geom/bin /usr/local/bin /usr/bin/X11 /usr/ucb /bin /usr/bin  
/u/hosts /u/roseman/Unix/bin /u/roseman/Apps /LocalApps /NextApps  
/u/gcg/ngrap/bin/next | grep daeron

Could someone help me out on this?




I found the paper I had written the command on--

But I still can't find the thing--I know it exists(existed) since Ihe gave me a demo of it on  
Thursday or Friday late afternoon

What I have written down is:  The command is (was) called 4dproj and at the time wsas  
located in ../ngrap/src/bin/4dview.

He said he would move it somewhere else, but I could just locate it with the which  
command..... (which I cannot). 

I would really like to find this soon--if possible.  I had been planning to use it ot make some  
things for a video,I had hoped to use this tommorrow at the latest..

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