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GCG-menu for VMS adapted to GCG V8.1

Christoph Gartmann GARTMANN at IMMUNBIO.MPG.DE
Mon Sep 4 06:31:02 EST 1995


a new version of GCG-menu for VMS/OpenVMS is now available at the
EBI-fileserver. It includes adaptions to GCG V8.1 .

What is GCG-menu?
  It's a menu driven interface for the GCG programs. Users may find the
  program they need in a more intuitive way (requires only a VT100).

How to get it?

By mail:
 Send a message to "netserv at ebi.ac.uk" containing the following
 lines in the body of the mail (leave the subject field empty).
 The last two lines only if you don't already have access to UUD and UNZIP.
 GCG-menu will arrive in four parts. Extract each part from your mail,
 remove any mail header information and concatenate all four parts in the
 right order into a single file named GCG-MENU.UUE .

 Extract UUD.C, remove mail headers and compile & link it
    CC UUD.C
 Assign a symbol for UUD and decode GCG_MENU.
    UUD :== $disk:[directory]UUD
 Now extract UNZIP in the same way and decode it. Then define a symbol for
 UNZIP and decompress GCG-MENU.ZIP (which you got by decoding GCG-MENU.UUE).
    UNZIP :== $disk1:[directory]UNZIP
 The final result is a AAAREADME.TXT and GCG-MENU022.A . Install the program
 as described in the README-file.

By anonymous FTP:
 Connect to "ftp.ebi.ac.uk" and go to /pub/software/vms where you
 will find all the files mentioned above. Choose ASCII transfer for all the
 files. GCG-menu consists of a single file:
 - gcg-menu.uue
 Then decode everything in the same way as described before.

  Christoph Gartmann

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+----------- Do you know MENUE, the user environment for OpenVMS? -----------+

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