Re: http://www2m.biglobe.ne.jp/~dolphin/lha/prog/lha-114i.tar.gz is the best so far
1.00 has all those things. It's a shar archive, so you have to run some shell scripts before you see them.
> Why do you have to e-mail the source to
> Does this make sense to anyone?
You have to request the source code on the home page. It will then be sent by email or as it seems, not.
http://www2m.biglobe.ne.jp/~dolphin/lha/prog/lha-114i.tar.gz is the best so far
Out of the three utils projects people have listed
is the only one with a recognizable structure. EG
source, a makefile, minimal documentation, a
tarball under a child directory.
The downloads for supported platforms are actually on the homepage link -- the downloads link is only for those who want to compile it on different platforms.
> For those who are interested, I found an
See also http://www2m.biglobe.ne.jp/~dolphin/lha/prog/ (http://www2m.biglobe.ne.jp/~dolphin/lha/prog/).
This is the 1.14 series that lhaforunix branches from.
For those who are interested, I found an interesting
I personally don't understand this myself. I want to compile
it with my optimizations flags on several BSDs and for linux,
I requested the source from email more than a month ago and
never even received any reply. If only I didn't delete the
source when I had it a year ago...
Why do you have to e-mail the source to us?
Does this make sense to anyone?
An open, cross-platform journaling program.
A scientific plotting package.