Unlike most other directories on this website, where the HEADER.html file
is hidden from casual browsing by an
this file is all you're likely to get. Whenever I have
control over a programming project, I make its directory tree look like a
website -- you will always find a HEADER.html file like this one,
in every subdirectory. The Apache webserver puts a HEADER or HEADER.html file, if you have one,
at the top of a directory listing. (It puts README or README.html at the
bottom, after the file list.)
If you're viewing this tree, or one of the project directories, in a text editor you'll find that the HEADER.html files are nearly as readable in source form as they are on the web.
Eventually this directory will have a subdirectory or link for each open-source project that I'm either actively involved with, or in some way responsible for.
Each project gets its own subdirectory.
mc-like interface for transferring and converting files written by a variety of different Perkin-Elmer spectrophotometers and other devices.
sri/ht/was a quick stab at a hypertext browser written long before the web existed.
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