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misc : orville-write
Advanced replacement for write/mesg
This implementation of the Unix write program adds many nice features while remaining close to the standard Unix program in spirit. It has been heavily used on M-Net since 1985 and on Grex since 1991, as well as a few other systems. It is a ground-up reimplementation using no proprietary code. It's available under a Berkeley-style license (no charge, no restriction on commercial use, just don't take my name off of it). The current version is fairly portable. Orville write was written for use on M-Net and Grex, both public access unix systems in Ann Arbor. As such, many of the features are designed to support a system featuring a delicate mix of novice users and hostile pranksters, plus a lot of people who just want to talk. It's user interface is pretty much identical to the normal write program, but it offers many extensions and improvements.
Version number : 2.55
Md5 : MD5 (orville-write-2.55.tar.gz) = e89b238d935002e69ce5c0f2a4549139 SHA256 (orville-write-2.55.tar.gz) = 854063d17f66f7ad29eb671e48a83b74b098d35727e4673d017497eea0de836f SIZE (orville-write-2.55.tar.gz) = 77451
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