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Home :: Archive :: 1992 :: May ::
Collate 1.1 for the Macintosh
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 3, No. 96. Sunday, 3 May 1992.
 
 
Date: 		Fri, 24 Apr 1992 08:27:00 -0400
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Subject:  	Collate 1.1 now available
 
Version 1.1 of Collate, the program for simultaneous interactive
collation of up to a hundred texts, is now available. This is the
first major upgrade of Collate. Version 1.1 implements collation
of marginalia and glosses, improves handling of non-Latin
fonts, coheres more closely to the Macintosh operating system
and adds routines to improve the flexibility and stability of the
program. Particular attention has been given to refinement of the
regularisation routines.
 
Collate 1.1 will run on any Macintosh with more than a
megabyte of memory and running systems later than 4.1. It is
"32-bit clean" and will run under System 7.
 
Collate 1.1 is available from the developer, Dr. Peter Robinson,
Computers and Manuscripts Project, Oxford University
Computing Services, 13 Banbury Road, Oxford OX2 6NN (Email

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 , phone 0865 273200, fax 273275). A
charge of 20 UK pounds, or 40 dollars US, is made to cover
documentation and distribution costs (sterling cheques should be
drawn on a British bank.)
 
A demonstration disc of the program is available, free from the same address.
The demonstration can also be supplied in bin-hexed and compressed form
(using StuffIt) by Email, on request to either 
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  or

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 .
 
Existing registered users of earlier versions of Collate will all be
sent 1.1, with supplementary documentation. The Computers and Manuscripts
project is funded by the Leverhulme Trust, with support from Apple Computer.
 

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