Jose R. Valverde txomsy at cnb.uam.es
Wed Mar 19 12:15:12 EST 1997

In article <PMR.97Mar19163445 at unst.sanger.ac.uk>,
	pmr at sanger.ac.uk writes:
...   ...   ... 
> So far, GCG have been nicely co-operative. As for putting the programs
> in the GCG package themselves, the EGCG readme files do not allow it.
	I know, but it must be this damn security professional deformation 
of me or these many last suits between software companies that make me
terribly paranoical. Er, my psychoanalist will surely feel happy :-)

	BTW, as for the changes in v9, any detailed info on them and how 
they may affect EGCG8 programs? Do you think it is worth investing any
time in making fixes or do we rather wait for EGCG9? I reckon I'm too
lucky with my suffering and resigned users, and they don't cry too loud,
but can't help feeling simpathy for them. :-)


Jose R. Valverde

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