From: Bu (rovegas@cs.nmsu.edu)
Date: 10/24/94

On Fri, 21 Oct 1994 segodfr@eos.ncsu.edu wrote:

> |> 	Hi, I downloaded the OLC code from the circle archive @ 
> |> ftp.cs.jhu.edu.  I've hacked it into my code, added all of the necessary
> |> Xyzzy
> |> Maelstrom - 4000
> The file that you got from ftp.cs.jhu.edu was written by me.. 
> I ftp'd it back, and found out that I had forgotten to include
> the README that I wrote for it *whap self* I'll ftp the readme
> there sometime this week, and I'll email you a copy now. Email
> me if you have any probs :)
> Agron
Am I to understand that you've written OLC for Circle 3.0? I mean, a 
fully functional OLC system? Oh PLEASE let it be true... And if it is, what 
then hell is taking Jeremy so long? Christ, think he's getting paid by 
the hour for doing this thing? I'm sorry but after waiting nearly a year 
for 3.0 I'm a little impatient, and all I _really_ wanted was the OLC. If 
an OLC patch is available at the circle ftp site then the wait is over! 
That's it, I'm not gonna wait anymore. What's that file called? You know 
the official release isn't gonna be for a couple months...


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