Macaw

Mark Strom strom at u.washington.edu
Sat Feb 5 01:27:05 EST 1994


danj at dev.gdb.org (Dan Jacobson) writes:

>In article <2in5le$hfu at news.bu.edu> pfoster at bu.edu (Patricia Foster) writes:
>>Dear Netters,
>>  OK, I *know* this is a Faq, but I did
>>try to search the archives and the connection
>>kept getting aborted.  Would some kind person
>>please tell me where to get a manual for
>>Macaw for Windows.  Preferably by ftp or
>>gopher.


>Last I checked the documentation wasn't available by ftp or gopher - the
>only way to get a copy is to write a note to Greg Schuler 
>(schuler at ncbi.nlm.nih.gov) and he'll snail-mail you a copy.  It's worth doing,
>the docs help a lot if you're not familiar with Macaw.

In the latest version of Macaw (2.01), the manual has been replaced by an 
extensive and comprehensive help file with hypertext links.  I read that 
this replaces the printed manual that Greg Schuler used to cheerfully 
send to all that asked for it.  As far as I can tell, everything that was 
in the manual is now available "on-line" in the help file.

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