CLEVER - COmmand Line Entrez VERsion available

Jim Gerlach GERLACHJ at QUCDN.QueensU.CA
Mon Feb 7 11:40:39 EST 1994

In article <CKLv22.6w6 at cc.umontreal.ca> tim at megasun.BCH.UMontreal.CA (Tim Littlejohn) writes:

>Platforms/Operating Systems
>   clever will run on any hardware/operating system combination that
>   are supported by the NCBI toolkit (for more information on the NCBI
>   toolkit, send an email to toolbox at ncbi.nlm.nih.gov; for more information
>   on Entrez, send mail to entrez at ncbi.nlm.nih.gov).  Presently this includes
>   (from the README file supplied with the toolkit):
>                * IBM 370
>                * SUN (SunOS & Solaris)
>                * DEC Alpha under OSF/1
>                * DEC Alpha under AXP/OpenVMS
>                * Macintosh A/UX
>                * Microsoft Windows
>                * DOS
>                * CenterLine CodeCenter
>                * Cray
>                * Convex
>                * Hewlett Packard
>                * NeXT
>                * IBM RS 6000
>                * Silicon Graphics
>                * ULTRIX
>                * VAX/VMS
>   Binaries for clever are supplied for some of these paltform/OS
>   combinations.
>   See the relevant "Binaries" directory (see "Obtaining Clever" below).

This sounds like a very useful program. I am currently using the
DOS/Windows version of NEntrez (it is running under Win-OS/2). However, not 
everyone has Windows or OS/2 on their PC. I attempted to find binaries for 
the DOS version of NCLEVER without any luck. Has anyone compiled a DOS 
version of this software? Does anyone plan to do this? Could it be posted on 
the MegaSun file server (alternatively could anuone send me a version)?

Thanx for any help/suggestions/etc.
Jim Gerlach                               Cancer Research Laboratories
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