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From: t...@ora.UUCP (Tim O'Reilly)
Newsgroups: net.unix,net.text
Subject: Permission to reprint -ms and -mm macros in a book
Message-ID: <105@ora.UUCP>
Date: Wed, 7-May-86 20:55:41 EDT
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Posted: Wed May 7 20:55:41 1986
Date-Received: Thu, 8-May-86 06:03:15 EDT
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Organization: CASE Communications Inc., Silver Spring, MD
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Keywords: macros permission

I am in the process of writing a book about text processing with UNIX.
The book covers vi, nroff/troff, etc. I was wondering if anyone out 
there knows who I should contact at AT&T to find out if it is possible
to reprint selected portions of the -ms and/or -mm macros in the book,
as examples of macro design. The intent would not be to print the
whole macro set, but simply to use them for examples of how to do
various things.

Please reply by mail. Thanks.


Tim O'Reilly
O'Reilly & Associates, Inc.
171 Jackson Street
Newton, MA 02159
(617) 527-4210

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From: t...@ora.UUCP (Tim O'Reilly)
Newsgroups: net.text,net.unix
Subject: Access to Writer's Workbench
Message-ID: <108@ora.UUCP>
Date: Wed, 18-Jun-86 12:57:24 EDT
Article-I.D.: ora.108
Posted: Wed Jun 18 12:57:24 1986
Date-Received: Thu, 19-Jun-86 03:59:50 EDT
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Organization: O'Reilly & Associates, Inc., Newton, MA
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Keywords: wwb

I am currently working on a book for Hayden about text processing
under UNIX. While the book mainly focuses on the various editors, and
on nroff/troff and preprocessors, we would like to include information
on Writer's Workbench. We have the old style and diction programs,
but not the official wwb.

Is there anyone out there who can send us detailed information (or
tell us where to get it), or even better, give us temporary dialup
access to a system with wwb so we can try it out?

All other options being unavailable, does anyone know who is
the person in charge of wwb at AT&T?


Tim O'Reilly
O'Reilly & Associates, Inc.
171 Jackson Street
Newton, MA 02159
(617) 527-4210

decvax\!harvard\!adelie\!ora\!tim

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