cherry at husc4.harvard.edu
Thu Sep 12 08:14:05 EST 1991
In article <9109100703.AA02107 at genbank.bio.net> JMILLER%VXBIO.SPAN at STAR.STANFORD.EDU writes:
>None of the software developers work with macs. I have a port of an old
>VAX version of LIPED (different file format than the PC version). A port
>of LINKAGE was reported in progress, but it never appeared. There may
>even be a port of PAP, but again, its not distributed. The only way this
>situation will change is if some of the programmers start using macs.
There are plenty of programmers working with Macintoshes. However I think
Peter's point was that few programmers of mapping software use Macintoshes.
A Macintosh version of Mapmaker is available and it seems to work fine with
System 7 and virtual memory. I'll check on its distribution status. This
Macintosh version implements most of the Mapmaker v2 features as produced
by Landers and Lincoln at one of those fine institutions of Biomedical
research in the Boston area. I believe Dupont controls the Macintosh version
but again, I'll have to check.
cherry at frodo.mgh.harvard.edu
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