WWW info/help request

James Darrell McCauley mccauley at ecn.purdue.edu
Mon Jan 16 08:14:52 EST 1995

I've experimented a little with hypermail and the grassu archives. For
anyone wanting to review the archives for July-Dec of last year, check


This is largely experimental and may go away - I just wanted to
demonstrate the concept for anyone wishing to do the same. For those
of us without access to info.grass.*, such a service via WWW would be
really valuable (hint! hint!). I don't have the disk space to do it
here but I'd be happy to show someone how to do it. It's really easy.

Also, for those who missed it, I've made a first pass at putting
the GRASS man pages into HTML and made them available via WWW:


If anyone could help out with cleaning these up, it would be much
appreciated. I'd like to have the conversion finished soon so that I
can ship the HTML code to a more permanent home at some other site.

BTW, with a good search engine, this could be a great
teaching/learning tool. (Does any have any suggestions for search
engines? Something that can do boolean ops over entire files rather
than lines?).

James Darrell McCauley, USDA National Needs Fellow
Agric Engineering, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN 47907-1146, USA
mccauley at ecn.purdue.edu    +++   http://soils.ecn.purdue.edu/~mccauley/

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