On Wed, 7 Jul 1999, Richard Atkinson wrote: > Where should the RS232C interface's schematics go? That's a _very_ useful > 'cartridge' (well, it's a user port cartridge). That was the reason why I didn't move it immediately to the new directory. OK, now there is schematics/cartridges/userport and symbolic links from cartridges/vic20 and cartridges/c64 pointing there. There are also new symbolic links in the schematics/computers hierarchy: drives (disk drive schematics), cartridges (for the VIC-20 and C64 for now) and firmware. Hmm, how many spam filters got affected by the subject? I'm looking for volunteers for two tasks: - OCRing a German article about the 264 (I have the scanned files. You will probably have to type the text manually. It's not much, but my time is extremely limited.) - sorting the stuff in /pub/cbm/incoming/c64 (preferably create a Unix shell script that I can run on ftp.funet.fi to move the files to correct directories and to update the 00INDEX files in those directories, e.g. BASE=/pub/cbm/c64 mv sound-editor-program.prg $BASE/audio/editors mv another-editor.prg $BASE/audio/editors cat >> $BASE/audio/editors << EOF sound-editor-program.prg A sound editor... another-editor.prg Another sound editor EOF Well, it doesn't need to be a shell script; you can also do something like a list: sound-editor-program.prg => audio/editors A sound editor That'll also do fine. Also, I think that I will need to repackage some of the software (i.e. single files packed in disk images, or t64 files or whatever there might be in that directory). There also is lots of unsorted plus/4 and c128 stuff that I have planned to handle for several months (maybe for two years) now. Is there anybody with unlimited spare time? I wouldn't like to have any unsorted and probably non-working stuff on the server. Marko - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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