SignWriter 4.4 on Linux
crzent at EROLS.COM
Sun May 19 14:38:57 UTC 2002
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Valerie Sutton wrote:
> SignWriting List
> May 19, 2002
> >> Trevor wrote: A more elegant solution would be to recompile
> >>SignWriter 4.4 for
> >> Linux. Either of FreePascal or gpc would probably do.
> >Stuart wrote: I agree, but as an interim for Linux users, it seems
> >dosemu works well. Actually, it is probably better to wait for a
> >SignWriter 5.0 or we need to produce something native for Unix-based
> Hello Everyone!
> I have been writing an 80-page SignBank Reference Manual non-stop for
> the past 8 days. I am on page 75, so I hope to finish today. I can
> then post the new beta test version, because there will be plenty of
> instruction online. It means we can even start adding signs to
> SignBank. I can teach you all on the List, if you wish...
> But regarding re-programming SignWriter DOS, I appreciate the
> idealistic idea, Trevor, but it will be harder than you expect, and
> meanwhile, as Stuart says, with DOS emulators we can use SignWriter
> DOS on almost every operating system. And now that we are working on
> newer programs, I think it is better to keep the DOS program as it is
> - it is working fine if you have the right equipment!
> Val ;-)
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