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1. Returned mail: see transcript for details (Mail Delivery Subsystem)
2. Some automagic SETVER for FreeDOS (Eric Auer)
3. Re: Some automagic SETVER for FreeDOS (Joe Cosentino)
4. Re: Some automagic SETVER for FreeDOS (Steve Nickolas - Using Windoze)

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.......WHAT THE HELL WAS THAT ALL ABOUT, if you don`t mind me asking.
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From: Eric Auer
Date: Mon, 1 Nov 2004 23:48:33 +0100 (MET)
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Subject: [Freedos-user] Some automagic SETVER for FreeDOS
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Hi, I fount a SETVER with source codes, and Simtel writes
that it is part of the FreeDOS project. So we already have
SETVER? Why did nobody tell me?
http://www.bookcase.com/library/software/msdos.util.system.html
-> SETVERB by David McIlwraith, written in ASM, 3k binary.
This tool (beta 6, 1998) contains automatic version adjustment
similar to Toms kernel patch, but in a more powerful implementation.
It does NOT support using a list of "report version X for program Y"
X Y pairs, but I guess it is better than nothing ;-).
Of course there was FREEVER, but as far as I remember, Matthias Paul
has lost the source code :-(. And we have VERSION=..., Toms patch,
and CALLVER.
Eric
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....I thought this was the freedos "users" list. Is it just me or do these
topics seem more like they belong in/on the developers list?. It was all
over my head anyway....
Jon.

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From: "Joe Cosentino"
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Subject: Re: [Freedos-user] Some automagic SETVER for FreeDOS
Date: Mon, 1 Nov 2004 18:56:18 -0600
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Subject: [Freedos-user] Some automagic SETVER for FreeDOS
> Hi, I fount a SETVER with source codes, and Simtel writes
> that it is part of the FreeDOS project. So we already have
> SETVER? Why did nobody tell me?
Probably because 9 times out of 10 you dont listen anyway...you just come up
with your own version that quote-unquote "works better."
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Message: 4
Date: Mon, 01 Nov 2004 22:11:35 -0500
From: Steve Nickolas - Using Windoze
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Subject: Re: [Freedos-user] Some automagic SETVER for FreeDOS
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Eric Auer wrote:
> Hi,<snip>
http://www.bookcase.com/library/software/msdos.util.system.html
> -> SETVERB by David McIlwraith, written in ASM, 3k binary.
IIRC, it got yanked because the author had access to the M$ sources.

-uso.
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