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From: (Eben Moglen)
Subject: wanted
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<> <1992Mar3.173209.4297@eci386.uucp>
Date: Wed, 4 Mar 1992 17:52:19 GMT

Someone posted the generalized perl sorter here a while ago.  I
expermented with it but in the DOS environment it wasn't terribly useful,
since it was too large to run.  I think it would run in Stu's VROOM port.
But I've lost it.  So (sheepish grin), could someone please repost or
point me for FTP?  Thanks very much.
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From: pin...@IRO.UMontreal.CA (Francois Pinard)
Newsgroups: comp.lang.perl
Subject: Re: wanted
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Date: 7 Mar 92 13:44:09 GMT
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In-Reply-To:'s message of 4 Mar 92 17: 52:19 GMT

In article <> (Eben Moglen) writes:

   I think it would run in Stu's VROOM port.  [...] or point me for

The collection of programs known as the GNUish MSDOS project is
available for anonymous ftp at the following addresses:	pub/gnuish	systems/msdos/gnuish	pub/Internet/gnuish

You might find there the MSDOS port of Perl, by fetching executables
as pl4019ax.zoo and sources as pl4019as.zoo.

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	   ruat Coelum.                           et aimez qui vous aime."

By `enfame', you mean `infa^me'?
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