How useful is GCG nowadays (vs Macs)

Thomas J. Miller millertj at a1.esvax.umc.dupont.com
Mon Mar 13 08:45:15 EST 1995

In article <D59sn6.6uA at ebi.ac.uk>, ewan birney <birney at molbiol.ox.ac.uk> wrote:

> Oooooh I read the conversation between GCG and Fred Plewniak...
> What use is a GCG manual without GCG? I mean, I would have 
> thought that putting the manual up on the Web was just a bit
> of free publicity...
> I think it somewhat short-sighted for GCG to get protective about
> its copyright: You could distribute it on the "anyone can copy
> it but noone can change it without permission" copyright.
> ewan
> birney at molbiol.ox.ac.uk

I would imagine that GCG does not consider its printed manual a profit-maker;
more like a convenience to its customers.  You can add me to list of those
see an 'official' release of the GCG user manual as say a WWW document.
Regards, Tom.

Thomas Miller, Dupont Co.
My opinions are my own.

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