Readme for PGOPHER
Please see the release notes and
installation instructions, included in HTML format in the help zip
archive, and also the supporting website, http://pgopher.chm.bris.ac.uk.
Note that this contains some minor changes to the formally released
version 10 .1.180, to fix some minor user interface issues:
- Fixed Problems in 10.1.183 (Change to source only - executable
version numbers not changed)
- PgopherU.manifest missing from source zip file.
The available files are listed below. Note that the data files are
interchangeable between versions.
- Fixed Problems in 10.1.182
- Fix for crash following creation of a Variables object in the Overlays Window.
- Fix for Unicode enabled windows versions only to handle
- readme.htm/readme.txt - this file
- 32 bit version; should run on any PC
- 64 bit unicode version; requires a 64 bit version of windows.
This can handle larger problems, but for most use cases will be
no different to the 32 bit version.
the windows help file.
a simple text editor optimized for use with PGOPHER,
the TabSlave Editor.
This is the unicode version that can handle characters outside
the ASCII standard A-Z range.
an earlier version of the above that is restricted to ASCII
- The commandline directory contains
command line versions of PGOPHER.
contains executables (Graphical and command line version of PGOPHER
and the TabSlave Editor)
for 64 bit x86 machines. This is the recommended version.
- If you are using a 32 bit system, or the above doesn't run
(typically with an error message about GLIBC) try the files in
the epel directory which are compiled with
an older Linux version (RHEL 6):
Source Code and Documentation
The program executables and source are open
source, and covered by the LGPL - see license.htm in the online
help. The source of some public domain software used in the
development of the program is also included for convenience, or
because the license requires it - see ack.htm for specifics. The
remainder is covered by the University of Bristol repository's
Non-Commercial Government License.