> It really seems a shame that all Chin's fine work cannot be used as
> a base to port Yarn to Linux.
Precisely. I've used the DOS version under DOSEMU, but a lack of a Souper
or VSoup on Linux is a pain, also. I'm not aware of anything on the DOS
side which is equivalent (UKA_PPP does a lot more), I don't want to use
uqwk on my provider's server because that introduces a dependency on that
box which has burned me in the past, and I can't get uqwk to work on my
Linux setup (dumps core on on Slack 3.2, RH 4.2, and RH 5.0).
I'm in the process of (slowly <grin>) learning C now after a decade of
coding professionally in Fortran variants and a few other languages which
are a lot less mainstream, so eventually I plan on doing a clone of my own
if Yarn's source isn't made available. But that is a long ways off.
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