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Mac version of Unix cat

Terry Gritton grte at fafner.stanford.edu
Tue Feb 7 12:44:41 EST 1995


In article <1995Feb6.163013.6495 at ucbeh>, yuanj at ucbeh.san.uc.edu (Jie Yuan,
Pharmacology, U. Cincinnati) wrote:

> In article <3gtrm0$2o6 at mserv1.dl.ac.uk>, jclewley at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk (Dr.
J.P. Clewley) writes:
> > Does anyone know of a Mac program that will join files that have been
> > split on unix? 
> 
> What kind of files?  If they are uuencoded, you need UULite on Mac to join and
> decode the things.  If they are texts, any wordprocessor can do it on Mac.
> Typical posting of pictures are uucoded, therefore you need UULite to do the
> tricks, and it does really well.
> 
> UUlite is available from imfo-mac or UMich.
> 
There is also Unity 3.1 (I've had it for awhile so version may be old) at
the  usual ftp sites. It joins files faster than cut and paste in a word
processor.
-- 
Terry Gritton              "I would rather be doing glycobiology"
grte at fafner.stanford.edu (1st) 
grbr at cse.ucsc.edu (2nd)




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