PostScript processor for Maligned available

Dan Davison Davison at UH.EDU
Fri Aug 2 12:00:09 EST 1991


CLARK at galen.oci.utoronto.ca said:
> 
> 	A post-processor called Malform which converts the output from 
> Maligned to a form suitable for PostScript printers in now available. 
> 	Malform can be obtained by anonymous FTP from MENUDO.UH.EDU (look 
> for /pub/genbank-server/vms/malform.uue) or from FTP.BIO.INDIANA.EDU (look 
> for /Incoming/malform.uue or /Incoming/malform.zoo), or from the EMBL 
> fileserver by sending the message GET VAX_SOFTWARE:MALFORM.UUE to 
> NETSERV at EMBL.BITNET or NETSERV at EMBL-HEIDELBERG.DE.

Also available via e-mail from the UH Gene-Server
(gene-server at bchs.uh.edu) with the e-mail message
        send vms malform.uue
in your Subject: line.

There are a lot of new additions on the server; my apologies to Steve
for not announcing this sooner.  As soon as some hardware problems on
some other machines are fixed I will catch up with announcing new sw
availability. 



dan
-- 
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