Geomview For Windows?
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The new release, which includes source, is finally ready. I've added you to the "geomview-users" mailing list. Here's the recent message sent out to that list: Dear Geomview Users: At long last the next version of Geomview is ready. This is version 1.4.1. The distribution includes compiled binaries for SGI IRIS workstations, NeXT workstations, and 486 PCs running NeXTStep 3.x. It also includes source code which will compile on any of the above machines. Many thanks to all of you who have been patiently waiting for the source code. This release contains many bug fixes and several new features and external modules. Another addition is a comprehensive user's manual. The distribution is available via anonymous ftp on the Internet from geom.umn.edu. It's in the subdirectory "pub/software/geomview". Get the file README in that directory for details. Note that this is a new location in our ftp directory. We would like to ask each of you who is interested to get this release as soon as possible and let us know (mail to firstname.lastname@example.org) if you encounter any problems, especially in the installation or compilation process, or any mistakes in the documentation. After a week or so we will try to fix any major problems you tell us about and will then make a more widely distributed announcement on the net. This message is being sent to the "geomview-users" mailing list. If you get this message and do not want to be on this list, please send a note to geomview-users-request at geom.umn.edu requesting to be removed from the list. We apologize for the low level of activity on this mailing list. We will be announcing updates and other items of interest via this list more often in the future. We also encourage each of you to use this list (geomview-users at geom.umn.edu) for messages and/or questions regarding your use of geomview which may be of interest to other Geomview users. One of the purposes of the list is for Geomview users to have a way of communicating with each other. Happy Geomviewing, Mark Phillips The Geometry Center
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