Diff for /gforth/README between versions 1.22 and 1.28

version 1.22, 1997/03/27 15:23:58 version 1.28, 1998/12/23 22:44:07
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 General Public license (see COPYING).  General Public license (see COPYING).
   
 Gforth runs under Unix and DOS and should not be hard to port to other  Gforth runs under Unix and DOS and should not be hard to port to other
 systems supported by GCC. This version has been tested successfully on  systems supported by GCC. This version has been tested successfully on the
 the following platforms: i486-unknown-linuxaout, mips-dec-ultrix4.3,  following platforms:
 sparc-sun-sunos4.1.4, alpha-dec-osf3.2.  i486-pc-linux-gnulibc1 (libc5)
   i686-pc-linux-gnu (libc6)
 i486-unknown-linuxaout, i586-unknown-linux,  alphaev56-unknown-linux-gnulibc1
 alpha-dec-osf3.2, mips-dec-ultrix4.3, sparc-sun-sunos4.1.4,  alpha-dec-osf4.0b
 sparc-unknown-netbsd1.2 (configured with ac_cv_sizeof_long_long=0, see  mips-sgi-irix6.2
 INSTALL), hppa1.1-hp-hpux9.05, hppa1.1-hp-hpux10.20, Windows 95 using  mips-dec-ultrix4.3
 DJGPP 2.0, and OS/2 3.0 using EMX 0.9c, the latter with manual help  sparc-sun-sunos4.1.4
 to finish compilation.  sparc-sun-solaris2.5.1
   powerpc-unknown-linux-gnu
   hppa1.1-hp-hpux10.20
   
 Read INSTALL for installation instructions, or INSTALL.DOS for DOS and  Read INSTALL for installation instructions, or INSTALL.DOS for DOS, Windows
 OS/2. Mail bug-gforth@gnu.ai.mit.edu if you have problems.  To start  95, and OS/2. Mail bug-gforth@gnu.ai.mit.edu if you have problems.  To start
 the system, just say `gforth' (after installing it).  the system, just say `gforth' (after installing it).
   
 You can find new versions of Gforth at prep.ai.mit.edu and its mirrors  You can find new versions of Gforth at prep.ai.mit.edu and its mirrors
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 On popular request, here are the meanings of unusual file extensions:  On popular request, here are the meanings of unusual file extensions:
   
 *.fs    Forth stream source file  *.fs    Forth stream source file (include with "include <file>" from within
 *.fi    Forth image files          gforth, or start with "gforth <file1> <file2> ...")
 *.fb    Forth blocks file  *.fi    Forth image files (start with "gforth -i <image file>")
   *.fb    Forth blocks file (load with "use <block file> 1 load")
 *.i     C include files  *.i     C include files
 *.ds    documenation source  *.ds    documenation source
 *TAGS   etags files  *TAGS   etags files
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 checkans.fs wordsets.fs  checkans.fs wordsets.fs
   
 Benchmarks:  Benchmarks:
 bubble.fs siev.fs matrix.fs fib.fs sieve.fs  bubble.fs siev.fs matrix.fs fib.fs
   
 ANS Forth implementations of Gforth extensions:  ANS Forth implementations of Gforth extensions:
 compat/*.fs other.fs  compat/*.fs other.fs
   
   There's a mailing list for things around Gforth that aren't bugs
   (suggestions, discussions, etc.). To post, send your mail to
   GForth@ChaosSolutions.com. To subscribe, send a mail to
   Mdaemon@ChaosSolutions.com with:
   
   subscribe GForth
   
   as the first and only line within the message body.
   
   
 - anton  - anton
 anton@mips.complang.tuwien.ac.at  anton@mips.complang.tuwien.ac.at

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