I have uploaded a new version of Esee, the multiple sequence editor
for MS-DOS systems to ftp.bio.indian.edu. It currently resides
in the directory Incoming but should be relocated to molbio/ibmpc
in the near future. The file is called esee109e.exe and is
a self-extracting .zip file. Remember to use binary mode for all
Esee version 1.09e features one minor bug fix, one change in
keyboard mapping and one change in the default use of color.
Most importantly, though, this version has been released as freeware,
rather than shareware. Any checks or money orders that I receive
will be cheerfully returned.
I am trying to encourage interested programmers to port esee to
their favorite platforms. Please contact me at ecec at quads.uchicago.edu
if wish to give it a go. It is written in the Turbo dialect of Pascal.
If there is sufficient demand, I can upload the software to bionet.sources.
Finally, to all those awaiting version 2.0 of esee, release has
been delayed indefinitely, due to time conflicts. Sorry for the
delay. To those that I've promised a test version, I will be honoring
that promise sometime in the near future.
Department of Ecology and Evolution
University of Chicago
1101 E. 57th St.
Chicago, IL 60637
ecec at quads.uchicago.edu
Eric Cabot | "Non Nobis Nati Solum"
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