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
Terry Gritton              "I would rather be doing glycobiology"
grte at fafner.stanford.edu (1st) 
grbr at cse.ucsc.edu (2nd)

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